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In 1965, Popular launched it's first musical special dedicated to Puerto Rican composer Rafael Hernández. This production was part of the inaugural celebration of the bank's main building, Popular Center, in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. In 1993, to commemorate Banco Popular's 100th anniversary, the financial institution continued it's traditional musical production, this time on a yearly basis. Known as Popular's music special (Puerto Rico's largest banking institution), this project is a gift that the corporation offers it's audiences to perpetuate, on CD and DVD, the musical traditions and narratives of Puerto Rico and Latin America. This collection has featured local and international artists such as Tommy Torres, Olga Tañón, Pedro Capó, Rubén Blades, Juan Luis Guerra, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Juanes, Marc Anthony, Daddy Yankee, Lucecita Benítez, Natalia Jiménez, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Kany García, Ozuna and Bad Bunny, among others. In addition to promoting traditions, the musical specials serve, through their sales, as a platform to support organizations and schools with music programs sponsored by Fundación Banco Popular. Popular's new musical production, "Salsa: sabor y evolución," features stories from artists and music connoisseurs about how this genre has evolved and remains part of Latin culture. Artists such as Gilberto Santa Rosa, Michael Stuart, Choco Orta, José Alberto "El Canario", La India, Aymeé Nuviola, Pirulo, Domingo Quiñones, Rafa Pabón, Luis Enrique, Luis Figueroa, Merari, Luisito Carrión, Jota Ruiz, Oscar D' León, Jeremy Bosch, Willito Otero, Karla Marie, Manolito Rodríguez, Zayra Pola, Luis Vázquez, David Rivera, Norberto Vélez and Fabiola Méndez are part of this production. The musical production "Salsa: sabor y evolución" features a DVD that includes an hour of music and interviews with artists and others sharing their knowledge and own experience regarding this genre. Aside from the DVD, a CD is produced featuring additional songs.
In 1965, Popular launched it's first musical special dedicated to Puerto Rican composer Rafael Hernández. This production was part of the inaugural celebration of the bank's main building, Popular Center, in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. In 1993, to commemorate Banco Popular's 100th anniversary, the financial institution continued it's traditional musical production, this time on a yearly basis. Known as Popular's music special (Puerto Rico's largest banking institution), this project is a gift that the corporation offers it's audiences to perpetuate, on CD and DVD, the musical traditions and narratives of Puerto Rico and Latin America. This collection has featured local and international artists such as Tommy Torres, Olga Tañón, Pedro Capó, Rubén Blades, Juan Luis Guerra, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Juanes, Marc Anthony, Daddy Yankee, Lucecita Benítez, Natalia Jiménez, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Kany García, Ozuna and Bad Bunny, among others. In addition to promoting traditions, the musical specials serve, through their sales, as a platform to support organizations and schools with music programs sponsored by Fundación Banco Popular. Popular's new musical production, "Salsa: sabor y evolución," features stories from artists and music connoisseurs about how this genre has evolved and remains part of Latin culture. Artists such as Gilberto Santa Rosa, Michael Stuart, Choco Orta, José Alberto "El Canario", La India, Aymeé Nuviola, Pirulo, Domingo Quiñones, Rafa Pabón, Luis Enrique, Luis Figueroa, Merari, Luisito Carrión, Jota Ruiz, Oscar D' León, Jeremy Bosch, Willito Otero, Karla Marie, Manolito Rodríguez, Zayra Pola, Luis Vázquez, David Rivera, Norberto Vélez and Fabiola Méndez are part of this production. The musical production "Salsa: sabor y evolución" features a DVD that includes an hour of music and interviews with artists and others sharing their knowledge and own experience regarding this genre. Aside from the DVD, a CD is produced featuring additional songs.
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Salsa - Sabor Y Evolucion / Various
Artist: Salsa - Sabor Y Evolucion / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Ay, qué rico - Domingo Quiñones andRafa Pabón
2. Cúcala - Aymeé Nuviola and Pirulo
3. Oriza - Choco Orta and José Alberto"El Canario"
4. Conciencia, Déjate querer y Lluvia (medley) - Gilberto Santa Rosa
5. Cui cui, Acángana y Qué se sepa (medley) - Luis Vázquez, David Rivera,Zayra Pola and Manolito Rodríguez
6. La rueda - Willito Otero and Karla Marie
7. Siembra - La India, Oscar D' León and Jeremy Bosch
8. Fuego en el 23 - Luisito Carrión and Jota Ruiz
9. Felicidades - Michael Stuart, Norberto Vélezand Fabiola Méndez
10. Valió la pena - Merari and Luis Figueroa
11. Sombras nada más - Luis Enrique
12. "U-BLA-BA-DU" aka "UBLABADU" - La Pvc
13. Llegó el sabor - Daniel Díaz y su Tripandero
14. Qué bueno baila usted - Colectivo deegresados y participantes
15. Yo no sé mañana - Carlos Nevárez

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In 1965, Popular launched it's first musical special dedicated to Puerto Rican composer Rafael Hernández. This production was part of the inaugural celebration of the bank's main building, Popular Center, in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. In 1993, to commemorate Banco Popular's 100th anniversary, the financial institution continued it's traditional musical production, this time on a yearly basis. Known as Popular's music special (Puerto Rico's largest banking institution), this project is a gift that the corporation offers it's audiences to perpetuate, on CD and DVD, the musical traditions and narratives of Puerto Rico and Latin America. This collection has featured local and international artists such as Tommy Torres, Olga Tañón, Pedro Capó, Rubén Blades, Juan Luis Guerra, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Juanes, Marc Anthony, Daddy Yankee, Lucecita Benítez, Natalia Jiménez, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Kany García, Ozuna and Bad Bunny, among others. In addition to promoting traditions, the musical specials serve, through their sales, as a platform to support organizations and schools with music programs sponsored by Fundación Banco Popular. Popular's new musical production, "Salsa: sabor y evolución," features stories from artists and music connoisseurs about how this genre has evolved and remains part of Latin culture. Artists such as Gilberto Santa Rosa, Michael Stuart, Choco Orta, José Alberto "El Canario", La India, Aymeé Nuviola, Pirulo, Domingo Quiñones, Rafa Pabón, Luis Enrique, Luis Figueroa, Merari, Luisito Carrión, Jota Ruiz, Oscar D' León, Jeremy Bosch, Willito Otero, Karla Marie, Manolito Rodríguez, Zayra Pola, Luis Vázquez, David Rivera, Norberto Vélez and Fabiola Méndez are part of this production. The musical production "Salsa: sabor y evolución" features a DVD that includes an hour of music and interviews with artists and others sharing their knowledge and own experience regarding this genre. Aside from the DVD, a CD is produced featuring additional songs.
        
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