I mean no disrespect to anyone, but the fact is the golden age of salsa will never return. Salsa in the late 60's early 70's was the pinnacle of rights and protest all in one. It was a time when Puerto Ricans had migrated to NYC adapted yet kept their Spanish. So they got on the mike and sang about Puerto Rico along with their ghetto experience in NY. Today the majority of Latinos born in USA can barely speak Spanish & forget about singing. The only acts that give us a glimpse of the past are artists that have survived. All todays "Salsa" is a product of commercialization.