Otra Noche Caliente by Louie Ramirez on Apple Music

9 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Salsa history was made in the early ‘80s, when suave-voiced Ray de la Paz and vibraphone maestro Louie Ramirez teamed up for a pair of albums. This second one, also in the salsa romantica tradition, is packed with ballads-with-a-beat—music for flirting on the dance floor. The vocal on "Suddenly" (the sole English-language track) is every bit as seductive as Billy Ocean's original, with added kick from the congas and horns. And the steamy groove on the title track makes for a hot night indeed.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Salsa history was made in the early ‘80s, when suave-voiced Ray de la Paz and vibraphone maestro Louie Ramirez teamed up for a pair of albums. This second one, also in the salsa romantica tradition, is packed with ballads-with-a-beat—music for flirting on the dance floor. The vocal on "Suddenly" (the sole English-language track) is every bit as seductive as Billy Ocean's original, with added kick from the congas and horns. And the steamy groove on the title track makes for a hot night indeed.

TITLE TIME
4:35
5:06
5:28
5:40
4:09
4:41
3:47
5:54
7:19

About Louie Ramirez

Louie Ramirez is a composer, arranger, percussionist, and vibraharpist whose band is a top record-seller and is always playing to SRO crowds. Ray de la Paz, his vocalist, is a contributing factor to Ramirez's great success. Ramirez started music studies in his teens. Made his pro debut by replacing Joe Loco's vibraharpist Pete Terrace in 1956. His first recording was with Joe Loco for Ansonia Records in 1957. As a bandleader, in 1963, he released Introducing Louie Ramirez for Rmo Records, and his success continued to grow in the coming decades, as he released dozens of popular albums. ~ Max Salazar

  • ORIGIN
    Manhattan, New York, NY
  • BORN
    Feb 28, 1938

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