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The Ultimate Playlist: 200 Tropical and Dance Music Classics You Need to Hear



200 Clasicas de la Musica Tropical y Bailable: A Celebration of Latin Rhythms




If you love tropical and dance music, you will enjoy this amazing collection of 200 classic songs that will make you move and groove. 200 Clasicas de la Musica Tropical y Bailable is a compilation of 10 CDs that features some of the most popular and influential artists and bands of the Latin music scene. You will find songs in genres such as cumbia, porro, paseo, salsa and merengue, from countries like Colombia, Venezuela, Cuba, Puerto Rico and more.




200 Clasicas De La Musica Tropical Y Bailable


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In this article, we will give you a brief overview of each CD and some of the highlights of this musical treasure. Whether you are a fan of tropical and dance music or you want to discover new sounds and rhythms, 200 Clasicas de la Musica Tropical y Bailable is a must-have for your collection.


CD 1: Cumbia Colombiana




Cumbia is one of the most popular and representative genres of Colombian music. It originated in the Caribbean coast as a fusion of African, Indigenous and European influences. Cumbia is characterized by its catchy melodies, percussive beats and lively dance moves.


CD 1 features some of the most iconic cumbia songs and artists, such as:


  • Mata'e Caña by Los Corraleros de Majagual: A classic song that pays tribute to the sugar cane workers and their festive spirit.



  • La Pollera Colora by Wilson Choperena and Pedro Salcedo: A song that praises the beauty of the Colombian women and their colorful skirts.



  • La Piragua by José Barros: A song that tells the story of a boat race between two rival towns.



  • Cumbia Sampuesana by Conjunto Tipico Vallenato: A song that showcases the typical instruments of the vallenato genre, such as the accordion, the guacharaca and the caja.



  • Cumbia Cienaguera by Alberto Pacheco: A song that celebrates the culture and traditions of the Cienaga region.



CD 2: Porro y Paseo




Porro and paseo are two genres that are closely related to cumbia. They also originated in the Caribbean coast of Colombia and share some of the same instruments and rhythms. However, porro is faster and more instrumental, while paseo is slower and more vocal.


CD 2 features some of the most famous porro and paseo songs and artists, such as:


  • Ay Cosita Linda by Pacho Galan: A romantic song that has become a standard of Latin music.



  • Fiesta de Negritos by Lucho Bermudez: A song that celebrates the African heritage and influence in Colombian music.



  • La Gota Fria by Emiliano Zuleta: A song that narrates a musical duel between two accordion players.



  • Rosa Valencia by Rafael Escalona: A song that honors the beauty and charm of a woman named Rosa Valencia.



  • El Santo Cachon by Los Embajadores Vallenatos: A humorous song that mocks a man who has been cheated on by his wife.



CD 3: Salsa y Son




Salsa and son are two genres that originated in Cuba and spread throughout Latin America and the world. They are influenced by African, Spanish and Caribbean elements. Salsa is characterized by its complex arrangements, brass sections and improvisation. Son is characterized by its simple structure, string instruments and call-and-response vocals.


CD 3 features some of the most legendary salsa and son songs and artists, such as:


  • Oye Como Va by Tito Puente: A song that combines a Cuban son montuno with a Puerto Rican bomba rhythm.



  • Pedro Navaja by Ruben Blades: A song that tells the story of a street criminal who meets his fate in a dark alley.



  • El Cantante by Hector Lavoe: A song that expresses the joys and sorrows of being a salsa singer.



  • El Cuarto de Tula by Buena Vista Social Club: A song that describes a fire that breaks out in a woman's room.



  • Quimbara by Celia Cruz: A song that showcases the powerful voice and charisma of the Queen of Salsa.



CD 4: Merengue y Bachata




Merengue and bachata are two genres that originated in the Dominican Republic and became popular in other countries. They are influenced by African, European and Indigenous elements. Merengue is characterized by its fast tempo, accordion sound and syncopated bass. Bachata is characterized by its slow tempo, guitar sound and romantic lyrics.


CD 4 features some of the most renowned merengue and bachata songs and artists, such as:


  • Juanita Morel by Luis Kalaff: A song that praises the dancing skills of a woman named Juanita Morel.



  • Colegiala by Alex Bueno: A song that tells the story of a young man who falls in love with a schoolgirl.



  • Ojala Que Llueva Cafe by Juan Luis Guerra: A song that wishes for better living conditions for the rural people.



  • Burbujas de Amor by Juan Luis Guerra: A song that expresses the desire to be with a loved one.



  • Obsesion by Aventura: A song that portrays the obsession of a man who can't get over a woman.



CD 5: Vallenato y Cumbia Villera




Vallenato and cumbia villera are two genres that emerged from Colombia and Argentina respectively. They are influenced by local cultures and social issues. Vallenato is characterized by its storytelling lyrics, accordion melodies and folkloric themes. Cumbia villera is characterized by its urban lyrics, electronic beats and rebellious attitude.