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Keeping Cool! (Remastered)

Gilberto Santa Rosa

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Album Review

Gilberto Santa Rosa's second solo recording for Combo Records continues the great rapport that Santa Rosa established with his following, paying close attention to the skilled blend of romantic and traditional styles that he is generally known for. The band indeed shows great progress, and songs like "No Me la Llames," "Me Gustas," "Enamorado y Feliz," "Toda la Noche Oliendo a Ti," and "Cancion con Todos" prove that Santa Rosa knows a balance between the humorous and the romantic. Furthermore, arrangers Ramón Sánchez, Tommy Villariny, Mario Ortiz, and Carlos Torres have helped Santa Rosa and the band achieve a great resonance with the public. A great continuance that would yield greater things. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi

Customer Reviews

This record got me hooked!

This was his 2nd solo record and the one that made me a fan. His early music has such a great sound. Coros by Jerry Rivas, Tony Vega and Alex D'Castro. Alex sings lead on "Amor Ciego". Mario Ortiz was the musical director here. You can definitely hear his influence. Check out Mario's music if you like swinging, danceable salsa. Vocals by Anthony Cruz & Primi Cruz.

Biography

Born: August 21, 1962 in Puerto Rico

Genre: Salsa y Tropical

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Gilberto Santa Rosa is one of the most esteemed, and certainly one of the most tradition-minded, soneros to rise to fame in the 1980s, and his popularity and acclaim only increased in subsequent decades, as did his stateliness. His style of salsa isn't easily categorized, for he often changes approach from one album to the next. His straight-ahead, dance-oriented albums (e.g., Perspectiva [1991], Auténtico [2004]) as well as his eclectic ones (Esencia [1996], Expresión [1999]) tend to be his most...
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