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CUBA _ Joe Batan

Notapor Amox » Sab 01 Sep, 2007 5:48 am

hola amigos una consult quisiera saber si alguien ha escuchado la cancion muchacho ordinario de joe batan y no se si la tengan o decirme donde la puede condeguir en intrnet gracias
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Notapor KIKU SOLÀ » Lun 03 Sep, 2007 3:09 am

Amox escribió:hola amigos una consult quisiera saber si alguien ha escuchado la cancion muchacho ordinario de joe batan y no se si la tengan o decirme donde la puede condeguir en intrnet gracias


Yo si la tengo.Bueno,está bien,............pero no me hace el peso :-)
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Re: _ Joe Batan

Notapor Roberto García. » Sab 15 Ene, 2011 12:24 am

Joe Bataan (also spelled Bataán) (born 1942[citation needed] in Spanish Harlem, New York City) is a Filipino-American Latin R&B musician from New York. He was born Bataan Nitollano and grew up in the 103rd St. and Lexington Ave. part of East Harlem where he briefly lead the Dragons, a local Puerto Rican street gang, before being sent to the Coxsackie Correctional Facility to serve time for a stolen car charge.

Upon his release in 1965, he turned his attention to music and formed his first band, Joe Bataan and the Latin Swingers. Bataan was influenced by two musical styles: the Latin boogaloo and African American doo-wop. Though Bataan was neither the first nor only artist to combine doo-wop-style singing with Latin rhythms, his talent for it drew the attention of Fania Records. After signing with them in 1966, Bataan released "Gypsy Woman," in 1967. (The title track is a Latin dance cover of "Gypsy Woman" by The Impressions.) He would, in full, release eight original titles for Fania which included the gold-selling "Riot!". These Fania albums often mixed energetic Latin dance songs, sung in Spanish, with slower, English-language soul ballads sung by Bataan himself. As a vocalist, Bataan's fame in the Latin music scene at the time was only rivaled by Ralfi Pagan and Harvey Averne.
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