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    Thanks Extreme, although I was looking for a something more lively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedrochemical View Post
    Whatever happened to Jose Jose??

    I usually like a little more 'grunt' in my music, but he was a classic crooner.
    He is mexican...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    Thanks Extreme, although I was looking for a something more lively.
    Maybe Wazon Brazoban:

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    There are a lot of talented, classically trained musicians in DR, but if they didn't play the local music, they would starve. Here are some:

    Sax: Sandy Gabriel, Crispin Fernandez, Jose Manuel Rivera (Tulile)
    Bass: Isaias LeClerc
    Guitar: Martires De Leon
    Piano: Juan Valdez, Leo Pimentel, Dionis Fernandez
    Trumpet: Rodhen Santos, Jose Luis Mateo
    Latin Percussion: Juan De La Cruz (Chocolate)
    Acordeon: Francisco Ulloa, Krency Garcia (El Prodigio)

    There are plenty more that can be mentioned, but that's a start.

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    If you guys want Dominican salseros, Cuco Valoy is the godfather of the Dominican soneros. Here are some more that haven't been mentioned:

    Ray Reyes
    Santiago Ceron
    Henry Garcia (never had his own band)
    Michel

    Some of the newer guys:

    Sexappeal
    Asdrubal
    Manole (One of my favorites, has been around as a musician for a long time. Played piano for years with Banda Gorda; had a merengue band after that, and after a few years off, is now back as an all salsa band, which is what he should have done from the start. A great, great, salsa singer!)

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