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Performer: Various
Title: Oye Como Va! The Best Of Latin Jazz
Released: 2006
Style: Afro-Cuban, Bossanova, Fusion, Latin Jazz, Timba, Samba, Descarga
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 993
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One of Latin music’s most timeless boleros was penned by a Panamanian composer, initially popularized by a Cuban singer Leo Marini and then taken even further by Argentine Libertad Lamarque, who also starred in the Mexican film of the same name. The 1971 track of the album by the same name has been voted the best pop song in Spain in two different polls. 31. "Ahora Quien" - Marc Anthony Writers: Estéfano, Julio Reyes. Oye Como Va, penned by master timbalero Tito Puente, was all about the beat when he recorded it in 1963 ( Oye como va, mi ritmo, bueno pa’ bailar, mulata - Listen to my rhythm, great to dance to, mulatta). It was a pulsating cha-cha-cha that got new life in Santana’s epic 1970 cover, which reached No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, and continues to be a Latin standard today.

With Oye Como Va, Santana successfully set the stage for the Seventies salsa movement and the wider Latin music explosion. Like Dylan did for Hendrix, Puente ceded his most famous song to Santana: Beautiful Santana, says Puente during the intro to Oye Como Va, on his 1999 live album, Mambo Birdland.

(Latin Jazz) Tito Puente - Out Of This World - 1991, FLAC (image+. Latin Jazz) Tito Puente - Oye Como Va – Mambo Y Cha Cha Cha - 1994, FLAC (tracks+. wav" WAVE TRACK 01 AUDIO TITLE "A Gozar Timbero" PERFORMER "Tito Puente" INDEX 01 00:00:00 FILE "02. Cuando Te Ve. av" WAVE TRACK 02 AUDIO TITLE "Cuando Te Vea" PERFORMER "Tito Puente" INDEX 01 00:00:00 FILE "03.

Oye Como Va" is a song written by Latin jazz and mambo musician Tito Puente in 1962. Mexican-American rock group Santana's rendition further popularized the song, which reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 11 on the Billboard Easy Listening survey, and number 32 on the R&B chart. The title comes from the first words, which can be translated as "Listen to how goes" or "Hey, how is it going".

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Tracklist Hide Credits

CD1-1 Tito Puente Oye Como Va
Written-By – Tito Puente
CD1-2 Chucho Valdés La Negra Tomasa
Written-By – Guillermo Rodríguez Fiffe
CD1-3 Astrud Gilberto Agua De Beber
Written-By – A. C. Jobim*, N. Mendonça*
CD1-4 Poncho Sanchez Sonando
Written-By – Pete Terrace
CD1-5 Mongo Santamaria - Poncho Sanchez Watermelon Man
Written-By – Herbie Hancock
CD1-6 Salsoul Orchestra* El Gato Nocturno
Written-By – Vincent Montana, Jr.
CD1-7 Sergio Méndez Usted Abuso
Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
CD1-8 Irakere Indestructible
Written-By – Chucho Valdés, Luis Yañez
CD1-9 Pachito Alonso Y Sus Kini Kini Y Dicen Que El Negro Es Feo
Written-By – Pachito Alonso
CD1-10 Spyro Gyra Morning Dance
Written-By – J. Beckentein*
CD1-11 Cayenne Pequeño Girasol
Written-By – Freddie Hubbard
CD1-12 Clare Fischer Inquietacao
Written-By – Ary Barroso
CD1-13 Jorge Dalto La Costa
Written-By – Linda Williams, Natalie Cole
CD1-14 Stan Getz, Astrud Gilberto The Girl From Ipanema
Written-By – A. C. Jobim*, Gimbal*, V. De Moraes*
CD2-1 Clare Fischer La Mucura
Written-By – Tradicional*
CD2-2 Original De Manzanillo* A La Hora Que Me Llamen Voy
Written-By – Fabré, Cándido*
CD2-3 Tito Puente Que Será Mi China
Written-By – Tito Puente
CD2-4 Poncho Sanchez Papa Gato
Written-By – Charlie Otwell
CD2-5 Cal Tjader Speak Low
Written-By – Kurt Weill, Ogden Nash
CD2-6 Noel Pointer / Dave Grusin Superwoman
Written-By – Stevie Wonder
CD2-7 The Tao of Groove Mulatica Mia
Written-By – N. Baly*, Roy Shakked
CD2-8 Stan Getz O Pato
Written-By – J. Silva*, N. Teixeira*
CD2-9 Chucho Valdés Sentimental
Written-By – Chucho Valdés
CD2-10 Wes Montgomery Tres Palabras
Written-By – O. Farrés*
CD2-11 Roberto Perera Peligroso Amor
Written-By – Gogo Muñoz
CD2-12 Ornella Vanoni / Vinicius De Moraes / Toquinho Samba Para Vinicuis
Written-By – S. B. Barque De Hollanda*, Toquinho
CD2-13 Poncho Sanchez Sin Timbal
Written-By – Pend.*
CD2-14 Tito Puente Toma Cinco
Written-By – Paul Desmond

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Producciones Mexicanas Discograficas, S.A. De C.V.


  • Design – Liliana Rodriguez V.*
  • Product Manager, A&R – Sergio J. Plascencia Olivares

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7509848281983
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): www.laserdisk.com.mx SDX28198CD1 52276
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): www.laserdisk.com.mx SDX28198CD2 52277
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