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Looking for the right salsa music is easy once you've been exposed to salsa beats long enough. But if you want to groove to the salsa rhythms, here are some recommended CDs that will have you dancing for days!
TONY VEGA GREATEST HITS - Tony Vegas has charm and Latin gentleman appeal that can be heard in his music. His musical style appeals to everyone. It is smooth and romantic yet energetic and upbeat This is an unmatched collection of Tony Vega hits from 1989-1994. His songs are infused with romantic tones and sensuous Cuban Mambo and Puerto Rican Salsa style beats.
Rough Guide: Salsa Dance ~ various artists - A huge selection of musical compilations put out under the Rough Series. Rough Guide: Salsa Dance is one of the hotter Latin music themed albums to be released to date.
Rough Guide: Salsa Dance vol. 2 ~ various artists - An upbeat album that will have you dancing the instant you hear it! This album is sizzling HOT. You won't stop dancing because the music is electrifying!
SALSA FRESCA - This is an excellent CD "for those who love to dance salsa, not just listen to it." This compilation CD has you grooving salsa style all night long. Its inviting rhythmic beats are particularly good for those who love to Mambo. This CD is even a keeper for non-dancers. A must have for your CD collection!
Ultra Mix: The Best of Salsa - This is a must-have CD for any salsa. Some say it's best suited for listening, while others are convinced it's one of the best compilation discs for salsa dancing. Go to your local music store or check it out online. You'll be glad you did.
These CD selections are a great way to begin your salsa music collections. However, some other great tips to finding great salsa CDs is by listening to local radio shows that feature Latin American, Cuban and Afrobeat. Most likely you'll also be able to hear some salsa beats you've never heard before. Listening to these types of radio shows exposes you to the different sounds and usually makes mention of the artists that are being played. This will make your shopping experience so much easier.
Also, consider checking out your local salsa dance bar or salsa dance studio. The DJ or dance instructor would be happy to tell you what albums and/or songs they are playing.
Check out your local music store or go online to find the above-mentioned CDs. I guarantee your neighbors will be banging on your door wanting to know what it is you a replaying. These salsa CDs are that good!
Happy Shopping! Oh, but don't forget to check out www.salsadancedvd.com where you'll hear the above-mentioned artists and more. But you will also get the best salsa dance training available. Don't forget to check it out!