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Album Review

Tito Rojas' first live recording captures all the excitement that the successful salsa singer can provide, unedited and untouched, and almost real time. All his greatest hits material is presented in front of the Pier 10 audience in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The recording quality is excellent, and the record is well-produced and mixed. It features a brief homage to the then-recently passed Tito Puente, "Ran Kan Kan." Few recordings, especially in the late '90s and early in the new millennium, can capture such raw energy and heart-wrenching rage. This is a must for Tito Rojas fans, and one of the finest salsa recordings of that year. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi

Biography

Genre: Salsa and Tropical

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Tito Rojas was born in Humacao, Puerto Rico, on June 14, 1955. In the 1970s, Rojas started singing as a member of Pedro Conga's Orquestra. Later, after being Borincuba's vocalist, the artist decided to go on his own, starting a solo career. By that time, Tito Rojas reached the charts with his song "El Campesino." In 1987, Rojas joined Luis Ayala's Orchestra, coming back as a soloist in 1991 with the release of Sensual, followed by 1992's Condename and 1994's A Mi Estilo. 1995 was the year Tito Rojas...
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