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Customer Reviews

Muy buen disco

Este Grupo toca muy buena salsa aunque no sean latinos:) yo les recomiendo El me ama Yo le amo

Ruben from Las Vegas

I met this band in New York City even danced with the lady singer Nora when they were up and coming, even went to their concert in Okinawa, Japan. In my heart they were hot then and even now. I wish they were still singing. Best SALSA EVER.

Salsa Buena

Orquesta de la luz tuvo su comienzo bajo el sello RMM de Ralph Mercado. Son de origen japones y cantan y tocan muy bien la salsa. Este album es una compilacion de sus mejores exitos. La banda se separo por diferentes motivos pero su musica sigue viva. Este album es algo que no debe faltar en su coleccion de CD's.

Biography

Genre: J-Pop

Years Active: '90s

The Japanese salsa band Orquesta de La Luz was quite a large one, whose main focal point (and only consistent member throughout their tenure together) was singer Nora. Throughout the years, Nora was joined by a rotating cast of musicians in the group, including Gen Ogimi, percussion; Carlos Kanno, percussion; Genichi Egawa, timbales; Gen Date, conga; Hiroshi Sawada, bass; Satoru Shoinoya, piano, keyboards; Shiro Sasaki, trumpet; Tatsuya Shimogami, trumpet; Yoshihito Fukumoto, trumpet; Hideaki Nakaji,...
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