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Gilberto Santa Rosa

Gilberto Santa Rosa is one of the most esteemed, and certainly one of the most tradition-minded, soneros to rise to fame in the 1980s, and his popularity and acclaim only increased in subsequent decades, as did his stateliness. His style of salsa isn't easily categorized, for he often changes approach from one album to the next. His straight-ahead, dance-oriented albums (e.g., Perspectiva [1991], Auténtico [2004]) as well as his eclectic ones (Esencia [1996], Expresión [1999]) tend to be his most critically celebrated. On the other hand, his lavish albums (A Dos Tiempos de un Tiempo [1992], De Cara al Viento [1994]) as well as his primarily romantic ones (Viceversa [2002], Directo al Corazón [2006]) tend to be his broadest-selling. Consequently, Santa Rosa is one of the more discussed salsa artists of his time. For sure, there's significant interest in his music and respect for his talent; however, there's little consensus about Santa Rosa's position within salsa, since his style is ever-changing. If Santa Rosa's music tends to differ stylistically from album to album, if not sometimes even song to song, his legacy remains firmly in place. He is El Caballero de la Salsa, or in English, the Gentleman of Salsa. Throughout his long career, Santa Rosa demonstrated a strong sense of character: he is individualistic, intelligent, romantic, disciplined, respectful, and mannered, not to mention talented. He began his solo recording career in 1986 on Combo Records, based in Puerto Rico, before moving to Sony Discos in 1990 and remaining there for a long run of albums, most of them very successful, if not critically then at least commercially. Santa Rosa's landmark albums include Perspectiva (1991), Esencia (1996), and Auténtico (2004), each a strong statement of purpose with something to prove. His key collaborators include arranger/producers Ramón Sánchez and José Lugo, who respectively helmed the majority of his studio albums. Other key figures in the career of Santa Rosa include Rafael Ithier (influence), Omar Alfanno (songwriter), Bobby Valentín (arranger), and Victor Manuelle (protegé), to name the most famous.

Born Gilberto Santa Rosa Cortés on August 21, 1962, in the Santurce district of San Juan, Puerto Rico, El Caballero de la Salsa grew up listening to the salsa of the 1950s and '60s. He was chiefly influenced by El Gran Combo, a trailblazing salsa group including Rafael Ithier, Pellín Rodríguez, and Andy Montañez, each of whom left a lasting mark on the impressionable Santa Rosa. He began singing salsa at age ten and made his formal singing debut on January 6, 1975, during a television special commemorating Three Kings Day. He was only 12 years old at the time, and thereafter he wholeheartedly began pursuing his aspirations of becoming a professional salsero. His first recording opportunity came courtesy of trumpeter/arranger Mario Ortiz, who was a member of the Puerto Rico All Stars. During that recording session for Borinquen Records, Borinquen Flame (1977), he became acquainted with a growing circle of local salsa artists, including Elías Lopés and René Hernández. Santa Rosa became especially close with Lopés, a musical director, arranger, and trumpeter with whom he worked for a while; for instance, the two worked together on We Love N.Y. (1978), by José Canales' Orquesta la Grande. In turn, Santa Rosa worked with Tommy Olivencia, appearing on the T.H. Rodven Records album Tommy Olivencia & His Orchestra (1979), and also with the Puerto Rico All Stars, appearing on the Combo Records album Tribute to the Messiah (1979), where he can be heard singing lead vocals on the song "Busca Lo Tuyo." He also worked again with Lopés on Borinquen All Stars (1979). Then from 1981 to 1986, Santa Rosa worked as a backup vocalist for Willie Rosario; he can be heard on such T.H. Rodven-issued albums as The Portrait of a Salsa Man (1981) and Atizame el Fogón (1982).

At this point in his early twenties, Santa Rosa had grown into a talented sonero, earned recognition in the salsa community, and was no longer known as El Bebe de la Salsa, as he once had been. Granted, he didn't establish himself as a songwriter, nor as an arranger. Yet his talents were well evident, for he was a rousing performer with a deep-rooted grasp of tradition, which garnered him respect among salsa purists; plus, even early on in his career, he was a well-capable interpreter of songs, tailoring them fittingly for various moods. It was no surprise, then, when he pursued a solo career with Combo Records, one of the leading salsa labels of its time. Santa Rosa made his solo debut with Good Vibrations (1986), a formative album featuring arrangements by Mario Ortiz, Tommy Villariny (aka Tommy Villarini), Humberto Ramírez, Ramón Sánchez, and Carlos Torres, all of whom would contribute to successive albums. Keeping Cool! (1987) was another formative effort, and then with De Amor y Salsa (1988), Santa Rosa settled into the styles that would become his trademark: a wide-ranging style that encompassed salsa romántica as well as straight-ahead salsa, boleros as well as frenetic dance songs. His fourth and final album for Combo, Salsa en Movimiento (1989), was similarly impressive and individualistic, so much so that he began considering a move up to the major labels.

In his last year with Combo, Santa Rosa was extended an offer by CBS Discos, one which he eventually accepted, partly on account of the label's rich tradition. The CBS deal opened up new doors for him, as his music would now be distributed internationally, far beyond the shores of Puerto Rico and the streets of New York and Miami. Santa Rosa's CBS debut, Punto de Vista (1990), featured arrangements by Guillermo Calderón, Louis García, Humberto Ramírez, Ramón Sánchez, and Carlos Torres -- the same team he'd worked with on his Combo albums, for the most part. An important addition to the Santa Rosa team, however, was songwriter Omar Alfanno, who was just beginning to establish himself as a sure-fire hitmaker. "Vivir sin Ella" was the first of many Alfanno songs that Santa Rosa would sing, and it was not only the album-opener, it was a major hit, one of four on Punto de Vista (others included "Perdoname," "De Cualquier Manera," and "Impaciencia"). The hit parade continued with the release of Santa Rosa's second album for Sony Discos (formerly CBS), Perspectiva (1991). The album was the salsero's greatest success yet: it was his first to reach number one on the Billboard Tropical/Salsa album chart, and its reach spanned across the Americas, as far down as Ecuador and Peru. Once again, the album-opener, "Conciencia," written by Alfanno and arranged by Ramón Sánchez, was the big hit. The same team of arrangers and songwriters who had worked on Punto de Vista worked on Perspectiva, give or take a few: the arrangers notably include Calderón, García, Luis Ortíz, Lenny Prieto, Ramírez, Sánchez, and Villariny; the songwriters, Alfanno, Charlie Donato, and Jorge Luís Piloto. This resulted in a similarly styled yet more-refined batch of songs. Indeed, Santa Rosa recorded a number of truly great albums over the course of his long career, yet Perspectiva remains one of his most memorable and most perfect achievements.

For his next album, A Dos Tiempos de un Tiempo (1992), Santa Rosa took a different approach: he recorded a tribute album to Tito Rodriguez, a Puerto Rican legend whom he had never met yet had long admired. Rodriguez had died 20 years earlier, and this album commemorated his passing. The old-fashioned style of A Dos Tiempos de un Tiempo was far afield from the high-energy salsa of Perspectiva; for instance, the opening song, "Mama Güela," opens lavishly with saxophone, strings, and keyboards, as well as a gentle tempo. Most of Santa Rosa's normal team of arrangers, songwriters, and musicians were absent for this album. Louis García and Angel Peña are the musical directors, while invited guests include Juancito Torres, Eddie Feyjóo, Elías Lopés, Victor Paz, Arturo Sandoval, Papo Lucca, and Jesus Caunedo. Each of these veterans was at one point in time somehow affiliated with Rodriguez, and their presence and playing greatly contributed to the old-fashioned style of A Dos Tiempos de un Tiempo. The standout song is "En la Soledad," a technologically enabled duet featuring the vocals of both Santa Rosa and a ghostly Rodriguez. Following this fairly well-received album, Santa Rosa returned to his typical style of music on Nace Aquí, which reteamed him with his usual collaborators (Alfanno, Donato, García, Prieto, Ramírez, Sánchez). Notable hits included "Buscame," "Sin Voluntad," and "Me Volvieron a Hablar de Ella," the latter two penned by the ever-reliable Alfanno. Next came De Cara al Viento (1994), which was a slight change of pace, with its added layers of strings and stateliness. The album was helmed once again by Ramón Sánchez and spawned a major hit, "Te Propongo," written by Juan Luis Guerra; however, some fans were dismayed by Santa Rosa's unceasing employment of romantic themes and gestures. For better or worse, this drift toward elegance continued on En Vivo Deside el Carnegie Hall (1995), which was a prestigious affair.

In turn, Santa Rosa decided to dissolve his orchestra and start over with a fresh sound that retained the tradition of his previous work all the same. He approached José Lugo, who had begun playing in Santa Rosa's band in 1994, and asked him to become his new musical director. For Esencia (1996), Santa Rosa picked the repertoire and sang while Lugo oversaw the musical aspects of the album; both were credited with production. Esencia proved extremely successful, as did the partnership between Santa Rosa and Lugo. Critics and fans were pleased by the fresh style of the music, which is eclectic and energized whereas the past couple albums had begun to show signs of stagnation. Moreover, the album was Santa Rosa's most commercially successful to date: Esencia itself topped the Tropical/Salsa album chart, while "No Quiero Na' Regala'o" topped the Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay chart and reached the Hot Latin Tracks Top Ten. Other hits included "Esas Lágrimas," "Peligro," and "Yo No Te Pido." De Corazón (1997), also helmed by Lugo, was similarly well received, boasting two standout hits, "Que Se Lo Lleve el Rio" and "Esa Parte de Mi." Expresión (1999) was no letdown, either, as it charted well thanks in part to a pair of number one Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay hits, "Dejate Querer" and "Que Alguien Me Diga." The same goes for Intenso (2001), which included three number ones: "Pero No Me Ama," "Pueden Decir," and "La Agarro Bajando."

For Viceversa (2002), Santa Rosa reached outside his usual circle of collaborators, teaming with hitmaker Kike Santander for the album's lead single, the sweeping ballad "Por Más Que Intento." The song was an across-the-board hit, going number one Tropical/Salsa Airplay and number ten Latin Pop Airplay. "Un Montón de Estrellas" and "El Refrán Se Te Olvidó" were also hits. On the heels of the Latin pop airplay garnered by "Por Más Que Intento," Sony unveiled Solo Bolero, a compilation of strictly romantic songs. The label had done this previously with Romántico (2001), a similar compilation. Following some time off, Santa Rosa returned vigorously with Auténtico (2004), which included no pop whatsoever. The album was consequently well received, even if it didn't cross over the same way Viceversa had. Three hits stood out, "Piedras y Flores," "Sombra Loca," and "Ensename a Vivir sin Ti." Never one to stick with one style or hitmaking formula for long, Santa Rosa resumed his romanticism for Directo al Corazón (2006). The album -- which is a mix of salsa/tropical and bolero/ballads, with a duet feature ("Hablando Claro") for Rosangela Abreu of reality show Objective Fama repute -- spawned two hits ("Locura de Amor," "Por la Herida de un Amor"), sold well, and won a Grammy for Tropical Album of the Year. Concurrently, Telemundo aired a TV special, No Te Duermas, commemorating Santa Rosa's 30-year anniversary as a performer. ~ Jason Birchmeier
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Selected Discography


Track List: El Callao de Fiesta

1. El Callao de Fiesta


Track List: Necesito Un Bolero ((Edición De Lujo)[En Vivo])

1. Como Nunca Nadie (En Vivo)

2. La Primera Vez (En Vivo)

3. A Dónde Vamos A Parar (En Vivo)

4. Ni Bien Ni Mal (En Vivo)

5. No Olvides Recordarme (En Vivo)

6. Tequila Y Canción (En Vivo)

7. Si Te Has Enamorado (En Vivo)

8. Apaga La Luz (En Vivo)

9. Para Dar Contigo (En Vivo)

10. Necesito Un Bolero (En Vivo)


Track List: Necesito Un Bolero (En Vivo)


Track List: A Dónde Vamos A Parar (En Vivo)


Track List: Apaga La Luz (En Vivo)


Track List: Necesito Un Bolero

1. Por Como Van Las Cosas (With Marco Antonio Solis)

2. Necesito Un Bolero

3. Tequila Y Cancion (With Eugenia Leon)

4. Ni Bien Ni Mal

5. Como Nunca Nadie

6. No Olvides Recordarme

7. Si Te Has Enamorado

8. A Donde Vamos A Parar (With Natalia LaFourcade)

9. Para Dar Contigo

10. La Primera Vez

11. Apaga La Luz (With Lena)

12. Titere

13. Semana

14. Este Amor


Track List: Estás Ahí

1. Estás Ahí


Track List: Canciones De Amor: Gilberto Santa Rosa

1. Tiemblas

2. Que Alguien Me Diga

3. Hablando Claro

4. En La Oscuridad

5. Pueden Decir

6. Amiga Mia

7. Por Mas Que Intento

8. Un Amor Para La Historia

9. A La Distancia De Un Te Quiero

10. Como He Podido Estar Sin Ti

11. En La Soledad

13. Nuestro Balance


Track List: Gilberto Santa Rosa

1. Estas Ahi

2. Quien Te Va A Querer

3. A Medio Corazon

4. Derroche

5. El Ultimo Bolero

6. Como Hay Gente En La Calle

7. Si Yo Fuera Tu

8. Amores Del Pasado

9. Si Te Vas, Te Vas

10. Cuando A Ti Te De La Gana

11. Guerra Fria

12. Dejala Bailar

13. La Cremita


Track List: Mis Favoritas

1. Qué Manera De Quererte

2. Vivir Sin Ella

3. Caballo Viejo (Live)

4. Conciencia

5. Te Propongo

6. Que Alguien Me Diga (Live)

7. Perdóname

8. Por Más Que Intento (Balada)

9. Quién Lo Diría (Live)

10. Me Volvieron A Hablar De Ella

11. Amor Mio No Te Vayas

12. No Pensé Enamorarme Otra Vez (Bolero)

13. Dime Por Qué (Live)

14. Dos Soneros (Live)


Track List: Irrepetible

1. Vivir Sin Ti

2. La Ventana

3. Porque No Viene, Porque No Llama

4. Y Tu Y Yo

5. Aunque Llueva

6. Hay Que Dejarse De Vaina

7. Me Cambiaron Las Preguntas

8. Vodka Con Limon

9. Hoy Por Siempre Y Para Siempre

10. Ella


Track List: Vivir Sin Ti

1. Vivir Sin Ti


Track List: Caballero De La Salsa

1. Vivir Sin Ella

2. Perdoname

3. Conciencia

4. Sin Voluntad

5. Que Manera De Quererte

6. No Quiero Na' Regala'o

7. Que Se Lo Lleve El Rio

9. Que Alguien Me Diga

12. Si Te Dijeron

13. Por Mas Que Intento

14. Sombra Loca

15. Locura De Amor

16. Conteo Regresivo


Track List: Contraste En Salsa

1. Conteo Regresivo (Salsa Version)

2. Pensando En Tí (Salsa Version)

3. Corazón (Salsa Version)

4. No Te Vayas (Salsa Version)

5. Llego El Amor (Salsa Version)

6. No Estoy Para Tí (Salsa Version)

7. Oveja Negra (Salsa Version)

8. Reproche (Salsa Version)


Track List: Contraste

Disc 1

1. Conteo Regresivo (Salsa)

2. Pensando En Ti (Salsa)

3. Corazon (Salsa)

4. No Te Vayas (Salsa)

5. Llego El Amor (Salsa)

6. No Estoy Para Ti (Salsa)

7. Oveja Negra (Salsa)

8. Reproche (Salsa)

Disc 2

1. Cuerpo A Cuerpo (Pop Balada)

2. Pensando En Ti (Pop Balada)

3. Te Me Perdiste (Pop Balada)

4. En Lo Bueno, En Lo Malo (Pop Balada)

5. Empate (Pop Balada)

6. Nos Hace Bien (Pop Balada)

7. No Te Vayas (Pop Balada)

8. Tocan A La Puerta (Pop Balada)

9. Conteo Regresivo (Pop Balada)


Track List: Solo Bolero

1. Por Mas Que Intento

2. Un Amor Para La Historia

3. Como He Podido Estar Sin Ti

5. Mentira

6. Se Puede

8. Pueden Decir

9. Si Te Dijeron

10. Que Alguien Me Diga


Track List: Viceversa

1. Un Monton De Estrellas

2. Tanto Que Te Quiero

3. Si Te Dijeron (Bolero)

4. Como El Que No Quiere La Cosa

5. Nunca Te He Dicho

6. No Pensé Enamorarme Otra Vez (Bolero)

7. Vice Versa

8. Si Te Dijeron (Salsa)

9. Por Mas Que Intento (Balada)

10. Es Fatal

11. Sacudeme

12. Por Mas Que Intento (Salsa)

13. El Refran Se Te Olvido


Track List: Intenso

1. Advertencia

2. Alguna Parte De Ti

3. La Agarro Bajando

4. Mentira

5. Acechando

6. Pueden Decir [Balada]

7. Pero No Me Ama

8. De Colores

9. Se Puede

10. Si No Lo Digo Ahora

11. Bailalo

12. Pueden Decir


Track List: Romantico

1. Que Alguien Me Diga

2. Tiemblas

3. En La Oscuridad

5. Amiga Mía

6. En La Soledad

7. A La Distancia De Un Te Quiero

8. Monólogo

9. Nuestro Balance

10. Mío


Track List: Oro Salsero

Disc 1

1. No Quiero Na' Regala'o

2. Perdoname

3. Conciencia

4. Vivir Sin Ella

5. Qué Manera De Quererte

6. Caballo Viejo (Live Version)

7. Quién Lo Diría (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

8. Dejate Querer

9. Desde Que No Estas

10. Que Se Lo Lleve El Rio

Disc 2

1. Para Vivir

2. Yo No Te Pido

3. Te Propongo

4. La Sigo Amando Tanto

5. Sueños Son

6. Mal Herido

7. Aunque Tu No Quieras

8. No Me Dejes Solo

9. Almas Gemelas

10. Esas Lagrimas


Track List: 20th Anniversary

1. Caballo Viejo (Live Version)

2. Me Volvieron A Hablar De Ella

3. Amor Mio No Te Vayas

4. Qué Manera De Quererte

5. Te Propongo

6. La Sigo Amando Tanto

7. Dime Porque (Live Version)

8. No Quiero Na' Regala'o

9. Vivir Sin Ella

10. Vino Tinto

11. Quién Lo Diría (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

12. Sin Voluntad

13. Impaciencia

14. Conciencia

15. Perdoname


Track List: Expresion

1. Dejate Querer

2. Que Alguien Me Diga

3. Si Los Hombres Han Llegado A La Luna

4. Mis Ojos Lloran

5. Ni Te Llamo Ni Te Busco

6. No La He Vuelto A Ver

7. Fulana

8. A La Distancia De Un Te Quiero

9. Almas Gemelas

10. Si No Me Ven Llorando

11. Pa' Quererse No Hay Que Verse

12. Fulana (Re-Mix)

13. Que Alguien Me Diga (Balada)


Track List: De Corazon

1. Que Se Lo Lleve El Rio

2. Esa Parte De Mi (Perdona)

3. Por Nada

4. Desde Que No Estas

5. De Los Dos La Esperanza

6. Yo Solo, Tu Sola

7. No Digas Nada Y Baila

8. Mala Palabra

9. Cuando Te Ame

10. Que No Me Da La Gana


Track List: El Caballero De La Salsa, Exitos Vol. 2

1. Dance Mix: Cantante De Cartel / Desde Mi Balcon / Yo Te Conozco / Desayuno / Si Decides Regresar / Me Gustas / Goza De Mi / Nunca Mas (Extended Version)

2. Cantante De Cartel

3. Me Gustas

4. Yo Te Conozco

5. Si Decides Regresar

6. Dance Mix (Radio Version)

7. Desayuno

8. Desde Mi Balcon

9. Nunca Mas

10. Goza De Mi


Track List: Esencia

1. No Quiero Na Regalao

2. Amandote

3. Esas Lagrimas

4. Yo No Te Pido

5. Me Falto

6. ... Y Eso Duele

7. Para Vivir

8. Siempre Acabo Igual

9. No Ha Pasado Nada

10. Peligro

11. Dolia Menos

12. Yo No Queria Conocerte


Track List: En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall

1. Obertura (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

2. Represento (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

3. Amor Mío No Te Vayas (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

4. Vivir Sin Ella (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

5. Quién Lo Diría (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

6. Sin Voluntad (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

7. Dime Por Qué (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

8. Conciencia (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

9. Perdóname (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

10. Amanecer Borincano (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)

11. Medley De Plenas (En Vivo Desde El Carnegie Hall Version)


Track List: De Cara Al Viento

1. Te Propongo

2. Hasta Las Cuantas

3. Mal Herido

4. Mana Y Teoria

5. Encuentro

6. A Proposito

7. Me Quiere Enamorar

8. La Sigo Amando Tanto

9. En La Palma De Mi Mano

10. Ella

11. Suenos Son

12. Me Duele Quererte

13. Te Amare


Track List: Nace Aquí

1. Sin Voluntad

2. Incognita

3. Buscame

4. No Hay Nada Mas Importante

5. Amor De Umbral

6. Mal De Amores

7. Tiene Un Amigo

9. Bendito Tiempo

10. Me Volvieron A Hablar De Ella

11. Iman "Ritmo Jala-Jala"


Track List: El Caballero De La Salsa, Exitos Vol. 1

1. Cantante De Cartel

2. Toda La Noche Oliendo A Ti

3. Tu

4. Soborno

5. Tengo Una Muneca

6. Sin Un Amor

7. Dejame Sentirte

8. No Me La Llames Mas


Track List: A Dos Tiempos De Un Tiempo

1. Mama Güela

2. En La Oscuridad

3. El Que Se Fue (Tributo A Tito Rodriguez)

4. Mío

5. Baranga

6. Nuestro Balance

7. Que Sera (1992)

8. Buscando La Melodia

9. Monólogo

10. Hoy Te Canto

11. Tiemblas

12. Cuando, Cuando

13. En La Soledad

14. Abarriba Cumbiaremos


Track List: Perspectiva

1. Conciencia

2. Algo Especial

3. Cosas Nuevas

4. Se Supone

5. Bomba De Tiempo

6. Vino Tinto

7. A Quien...? A Mi...?

8. Amor Mio No Te Vayas

9. Hasta Que Vuelvas

10. Sembrando Para Ti


Track List: Punto De Vista

1. Vivir Sin Ella

2. No Hay Nada Mejor

3. Perdoname

4. Me Libere

5. De Cualquier Manera

6. Impaciencia

7. Aunque Tu No Quieras

8. Me Acuerdo De Ti

9. No Me Dejes Solo


Track List: Salsa En... Movimiento

1. Tengo Una Muneca

2. Si Decides Regresar

3. Quedate Como Nunca

4. Soborno

5. Amor En Pedacitos

6. Solo Una Concion

7. Loco Amor

8. Para Decir Te Amo


Track List: De Amor Y Salsa

1. Tu

2. Que Sera

3. Mi Gran Amor

4. Desayuno

5. Dejame Sentirte

6. Yo Te Conozco

7. Un Poco Mas

8. Aqui Llegue


Track List: Keeping Cool!

1. No Me La Llames Mas

2. Toda La Noche Oliendo A Ti

3. Nunca Mas

4. Enamorado Y Feliz

5. Adios

6. Amor Ciego

7. Me Gustas

8. Cancion Con Todos


Track List: Good Vibrations

1. Sin Un Amor

2. Cantante De Cartel

3. Goza De Mi

4. Para Que

5. Son Asi

6. Manana Al Medio Dia

7. Encrucijada

8. Desde Mi Balcon


Track List: Por Como Van Las Cosas (Single)


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love this song so many memories. and that voice.
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God so many memories. Always will remain one of my favorite artists
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Edy .montañe pr patria mia
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Destacado como uno de los monstros de la salsa en este siglo. No hay competencia con el caballero de la salsa!
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he is a legendary: Gilberto "El Caballero De La Salsa" Santa Rosa
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Una de las mejores canciones...
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Sin duda alguna le hace honor al título del caballero de la salsa, digno ejemplo a seguir en todos los aspectos, qué Dios le de muchos años de vida para seguir disfrutando de su gran trabajo.
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Me facina el unico caballero de la salsa mi preferido.
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Me encanta el caballero de la salsa y que caballero
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Me gusta mucho toda la música de ustedes y esta muy bien seleccionada gracias
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Tremendo caballero de la salsa se lo merece
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Dragon Ball Z near me that deliver in Chicago Illinois is July 2nd for this area code
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yo no se que es vivir con mi soledad que ahoga
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Quiero que algien me diga como se olvida....bu s c o algo que me quira por siempre...
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His music brings me alot of emotional memories. My son is no longer w/us but if he would of bin here i KNOW HE WOULD HAVE DAT BEAUTIFUL SMILE HE ALWAYS HAD. WOULD OF DEFFINATELY TOLD HIM no te vayas
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Es pura salsa , de la buena ...La salsa de gruesa...
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I have seen him performed many times recently at the hard rock in Orlando I have never felt cheated he leaves it all out there . When ever you get a chance to go to his concert i recommend it
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So many memories back in the day.
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Me.encanta.l a , s a l s a , c r i s t i a n a . Dios te bendiga Me encanta la salsa cristiana tremendo salseros bendiciones Amén los amo en el señor Dios le bendiga
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De los caballeros el caballero de la melodia⭐
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Gilberto santarosa,el caballero de la salsa,tiene sentido sus melodias��⭐
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Santarosa hilbertito es el caballero de los caballero de la salsa
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Pero dio...wepa.. . n u n c a dices que amas....
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Desde que era niño siempre me gusto como canta por que canta con el corazon en LA mano.
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Hermosa cancion
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Great artist makes great salsa!!!!
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This is great music !
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Nesesito un bolero
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Nesecito un bplero
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Soy chapin y como dijo mis antecesores llevo la salsa en la venas
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boriquaredli p s
Un Artista con mucha Clase
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Paa mi sencillament e el mejor, éxitos
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Me canta tu cansiones Gilberto. Santa rosa
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Me fascino, todo muy bien felicitacion e s ! ! !
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Te amo coco
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Gilberto santa rosa el mejor
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Yo no se lo que vivir sin ella, las horas se me hacen mas largas sin su presencia... Y o no se lo es vivir sin ella, llegar a casa solo con esta tristeza a cuestas.... Todo me recuerda a ella, la cancion en la radio, la fotoagrafia en la mesa. Gilberto Santa Rosa is the King of lyrics and rhythm.
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Esta cancion me llega hasta lo mas profundo. Me transporto a mis tiempos mozos viviendo en CR en donde cada fin de seman despues una ardua labor y estudios bailaba hasta de cabeza.
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