Black Magic Woman

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In 1971, she was 17 and fresh out of school. "Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo Daytime" in the district of Rimac in Lima. I was lucky enough to live "I think, a very special moment, in terms of popular music. It rose in a spectacular way with Carlos Santana acetate LP, for its time "ABRAXAS SANTANA and relevant topic entitled" Black Magic Woman "and" Oye como va. " Since those days, to my Pinino on guitar, and some friends tried to make Santana themes to interpret them, when they arise. With the musical group that had formed, ejecutabamos also songs by other artists of the moment. It was the emergence of "Salsa", and "Peruvian cumbia." For its finest Salsa and creator: Willy Colon, Hector Lavoe and Ruben Blades. In the Peruvian cumbia, its creators "The Flashes" by Enrique Delgado.

I want to thank God for making me live in that era, as these artists the marked, and well. All the artists I mentioned, have transcended the musical history of the world. Calos Santana remains in force, the same for Willy Colon, Ruben Blades, and if he were with us, we would Hector Lavoe. With the creators of the cumbia peruana "The Flashes" went well in the musical environment. For those who continue to delight us with their music, they could take the title of "Living Legends" What happened with the popular music of the next generations? What happened with "Parchis", "Menudo", "Servando y Florentino" Salserin ", etc..? Why do not we have achieved to this time? Is that new generations will not exist their own "living legends" of music? Does regeton, will be a legend, 30 years from now? Or will one of those rhythms that appeared at the time and then disappeared? These questions should be young people now, so you can choose either to their idols music and not be swayed by the masses, who follow someone who then disappear.