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On Eba Say Aja, two great salsa soneros—the Panamanian Ruben Blades and the Puerto Rican Cheo Feliciano—cover each other’s songs and team up to sing two duets. Blades rose to fame as the vocalist for Willie Colon’s band in the '70s before launching his successful solo career. Feliciano’s been performing since the '50s, and his 1972 solo debut, Cheo, was a smash hit. Here, Blades' interpretation of “Nina” kicks things off; he's in top form as he's backed by a fine band. (Vibraphone plays a key role, as it did in Blades’ '80s outfit Seis del Solar.) It’s interesting to hear Feliciano intone “Juana Mayo,” a song with an unmistakable Blades vibe. The singers share vocals on “Lo Bueno Ya Viene” and “Si Te Dicen.” On the first track, the pair engages in an exciting back-and-forth; Feliciano is soulful and earthy while Blades soars. “Si Te Dicen” finds Feliciano’s ultra-romantic lead nicely contrasting with the passages where the two sing together. And check out Feliciano’s spirited rendering of the unreleased Blades song “Inodoro Perez.”

Reseñas de clientes

Viva la Salsa!!

Que alegria finalmente recibir un trabajo de calidad y altura de dos grandes de nuestra musica latina!! Que viva Panama y que viva Puerto Rico....Y que viva la Salsa carajo!!!! Salud!!!


I'm sorry but I did not like this CD. These are old songs made new. Cheo is singing Ruben's songs and visa-versa. It did not want to make me run and buy. Plus most songs are so down beat. I expected better from these two masters.

Dos monstruos juntos

Algo esperado por años,el maestro y su mejor alumno.mirespeto al arreglista y la orquesta buenísimo me hubiera gustado mas canciones juntos pero buenisimo


Nacido/a: Panama City, Panama, 16 de julio de 1948

Género: Salsa y Tropical

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Rubén Blades is one of the most successful vocalists in the history of Panamanian music. A former member of bands led by Ray Barretto and Willie Colón, Blades has continued to influence salsa music with his highly literate, politically tinged lyrics and his modern-minded arrangements, which substitute the usual horn and Latin percussion sections with synthesizers and drum sets. Often referred to as "the Latin Bruce Springsteen," Blades provided a musical voice for the middle class of Central America....
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