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The early '80s marked an overall production slowdown for salsa; however, this did not faze Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz, as they continued to pursue further creative efforts. Tunes like "Nabucodonosor" and "Vive" indicate their newfound religious outlook, an avenue that proved musically favorable for the group. Ray Maldonado and Doc Cheatham are superb on "Coco Coquito" and "Señales," respectively. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi

Biografie

Geboren: 02 februari 1938 op Hormigueros, Puerto Rico

Genre: Latijns-Amerikaans

Jaren actief: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Closely associated with pianist Ricardo Ray for much of his career, vocalist Bobby Cruz enjoyed over a decade of fame as a trailblazer of boogaloo, and subsequently salsa, before receding from the spotlight during the '80s and refocusing his efforts on Christianity. Cruz began his recording career as a vocalist in the Ricardo Ray Orchestra in 1964 on Fonseca Records, and by the end of the decade, after singing lead vocals on such hits as "Mr. Trumpet Man," he'd earned himself co-billing on the duo's...
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