The best of 2016! (Tracks and albums)

Discussion in 'Salsa Music' started by DJ Yuca, Jan 2, 2017.

  1. DJ Yuca

    DJ Yuca El Sabroso de Conguero

    I'm more into oldies, but these 2 are definitely toe tappers:

    Anyone else care to recommend some favourites from last year?
  2. Abayarde

    Abayarde Capitán Del Estilo

    I may mention the following best 2016 albums:

    Bobby Valentín - Mi Ritmo Es Bueno
    El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico - Alunizando
    Willie Rosario - Evidencia
    Carlos D'Castro - Legend
    Raphy Leavitt & La Selecta - Hasta Siempre
    José Lugo & Guasábara Combo - Donde Están?
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  3. Latinmusik

    Latinmusik Sonero

    My number 1, 2016 - Los Hacheros - Timbalaye

    Hot - Yellow House Orchestra - Mamasita

    Love it, LA33 - Caliente

    Great Coversong, Son Pa Ti - Fragilidad

    Nice Son Cuba Libre - Benjamin
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  4. terence

    terence Maestro 'Descarga' Cachao

    Your # 1, same for me.. Luvvved the dancin !!
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  5. salsamaniac4ever

    salsamaniac4ever Son Montuno

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  6. manzanadulce

    manzanadulce Sonero

    Timbalaye gets a TON of play in the New York scene, especially at LVG.
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  8. Abayarde

    Abayarde Capitán Del Estilo

    This reminded me the 2006 version of the same song with Sting and Buena Vista Social Club.

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  10. Svend

    Svend Changui

    Diego el Cigala - Indestructible

    Yuri Buenaventura - Paroles
    (OK, apparently released in Dec 2015, so umm nearly 2016...)
  11. Marcos

    Marcos Son Montuno

    BTW did you notice that the opening phrase from Timbalaye was lifted? "Timbalaye, yo soy latinoafricano", back in 2008 Tirso Duarte released the album "Fin Del Juego". I'm not 100%, but I think it's from the track, "Yo soy tu Papi". Anyone know what Timbalaye means?

    Is Son allowed?
    Septeto Santiaguero, "Tributo a Los Compadres No Quiero Llanto" was amazing with a lot of energy from many salsa greats, including Oscar D'Leon, Andy Montanez, and Jose Alberto "El Canario".

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