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Puerto Rican Power: Super Exitos

Puerto Rican Power

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This was the recording that virtually reinvented two superior careers. Vocalist Tito Rojas was in virtual obscurity for three years until the arrival of this opportunity. The Puerto Rican Power, under the leadership of trumpet player Luisito Ayala, became one of the most traveled and continuously popular salsa orchestras outside the island. The band's fifth recording strikes gold, after many years backing up the Fania vocalists in Puerto Rico. In the dawn of romantic salsa, Tito's raw raspy, vocalizing was highly effective when contrasting with love-oriented lyrics. Thanks to arrangers Carlos "Cuto" Soto and Ernesto "Tito" Rivera, the band's powerful soared unknown heights. This is still the Orchestra's best album, by far, featuring the standouts "Amor de Mentira," "Noche de Boda," "Quiéreme Tal Como Soy," "Tres Mujeres," and "No Estoy." Watch for Paquito Guzmán, Harry Fraticelli, and Ito Rivera (Jerry's brother and PRP vocalist) on background vocals. Trivia: An uncredited Mario Ortiz on trumpet solo and trombone player Sammy Torres (Tito Rojas' future musical director) participate in this in this landmark career. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi

Biografía

Género: Salsa y tropical

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Tropical orchestra Puerto Rican Power was formed by bassist Jesús Castro in the early '70s, soon granting its leadership to trumpet player Luisito Ayala. In 1983, singer Tito Rojas joined in, starting a new stage in the Puerto Rican salsa history. After reaching an agreement with musical production, Puerto Rican Power recorded Canta Tito Rojas, Con Más Poder, and the successful Con Todo El Poder, released in 1992, featuring the...
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