Spanish Song album
Hi all, I'm planning to start listening to Spanish music. Except Las ketchup and Maria song I don't know any other Spanish songs. Please suggest some good albums........
Great link here!!!!!!!!!!!!! with songs in Spanish, the lyrics and excersices!!!
Another one here!!!! http://www.marcoele.com/materiales/canciones/index.html
And another: http://www.todoele.net/canciones/Cancion_list.asp
You're gonna love these links!!!!!
Some of my favourites and highly recommendable
Hi Vaana! I remembered someone asking this recently and thought there might be some good answers in that older thread. But when I searched I also found that Spanish Dict has reference articles on this too! I had no idea. How cool is that?
Here's some links to older threads:
Here's some links to reference articles:
I hope that helps! ¡Disfruta la música!
Anything by Anahi or RbD.
What style would you like?
I love all the albums from Pedro Guerra: Vidas, Golosinas, Ofrenda, Raiz (brasileña - peaceful and lovely). Also the mexican group Maná is interesting to listen to (pop-rock), try an album Amar es Combatir. Manu Chao with albums Clandestino, La Radiolina, etc. (mix of ska, punk, jazz, reggae, latin, rock, alternative). You can also try various compilations of latin music for dancing like Mojito Pasión 'Best of Salsa & Latin Music'.
It's a good question you made, I'm also keen to see more musical recommendations, especially interested in records of the artists, groups from Spain Something for alternative flamenco?
Anything by Shakira. Fijación oral is a beautiful album and 'La tortura' is one of the most popular Spanish language songs ever...
I have picked up loads of vocabulary listening to her songs!
Definitely give her a listen!
hey, do you like Enrique's english songs by any chance?
I got my inclination towards Spanish through Listening to Enrique's songs, and then the same cassette used to have some spanish versions as well .. it helps ... I mean, by the time you listen to the spanish version, you'll already be emotionally attached to the English version.
e.g., Hero, Escape
you'll get those in Youtube.
Check out the song Pedro Nevaja and compare it to the English song Mac 'The Knife'. Also, check out Eddy Herrera. He sings merengue and is quite popular here in Colombia. Diomedez Diaz and Daniel Santos are fun. I think they are both of their styles are considered vallenato.
Other great musicians: Joe Arroyo, Puerto Rican Power, Rica Arena...
Just found another one, heard it on the tv 10min ago and started searching with the words I understood
Would be so much easier if they could just say who it is and what the name of the song is ...
I'm guessing it's a new song, or at least not very old.
If anyone posted it before: sorry I didn't know