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Album Review

Gilberto Santa Rosa, aka "El Caballero del Salsa," digs deeply into the other side of his musical persona on Necesito un Bolero. The set features 14 highly polished ballads, adorned not only by the talent of his longstanding studio musicians, but also by a full orchestral complement of strings and horns on select tracks. The former is in lush evidence on the smash lead single "Por Como Van las Cosas," a duet with Marc Antonio Solís that showcases the singers at their most expressive and soulful. There are three additional duets included as well: "Tequila y Canción" with Eugenia León, "A Dónde Vamos a Parar" with Natalia Lafourcade, and "Apaga la Luz" with Lena.

Customer Reviews


Dentro del gran vacio de la musica de calidad, sale esta contribucion tan exquisito.

Gracias Gilberto por restaurar nuestra fe en la musica.

La magia de esta canción

Mágica canción un dueto excelente y sobre todo grandes artistas ., Gilberto te he conocido eres una gran persona ¡en Vegas!


Excelente material musical en especial las canciones NECESITO UN BOLERO, TITERE, SEMANA, y ESTE AMOR.


Born: August 21, 1962 in Puerto Rico

Genre: Música 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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