Carcel Regional De Bayamon, Puerto Rico. CD - Universal Music Latino
Marvin Santiago (born December 26, 1947, Santurce District, San Juan, Puerto Rico - died October 6, 2004, Bayamón, Puerto Rico) was a Puerto Rican salsa singer who sang with Bobby Valentin's Band during the 1970's he later left and had a successful solo career. He was also a part-time comedian on Puerto Rican television. 형: 모두 표시 중 Marvin Santiago.
Salsa legend Marvin Santiago was born December 26, 1947, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Marvin was born into a musically active family. His brother (Billivan Santiago) became a successful plena vocalist, and he was groomed from a young age to be a bolero singer. Preferring the rhythmically exciting salsa style, Marvin aspired to sing with the popular dance bands of the day, eventually landing a gig with one of Puerto Rico's most famous bandleaders, Rafael Cortijo. During his years as a prisoner, Santiago embraced Christianity, and even recorded an album during his sentence, entitled Desde Adentro (From Inside). After his release, Santiago moved toward a "romantic salsa" repertoire alongside artists like Montañez and Gilberto Santa Rosa, which kept him busy if not popular throughout the '80s and '90s.
Anthology: The Best of Marvin Gaye is a double CD chronology of American singer Marvin Gaye's career throughout his twenty-year tenure with Motown Records from his first big hit, 1962's "Stubborn Kind of Fellow", to his final Motown R&B charter, "Heavy Love Affair" in 1981. The anthology also covered a set of duet recordings with Mary Wells, Kim Weston, Tammi Terrell, and Diana Ross, as well as unreleased recordings from the 1960s and 1970s.
1. - El Filo Del Pantalon. 1. Album + Compilation. Marvin Santiago & Bobby Valentín.
Desafío Off Road en Santiago del Estero. Este audio llegó al grupo de Whatsapp de Santiago Adentro.
Marvin Santiago (December 26, 1947 – October 6, 2004) was a Puerto Rican salsa singer who became famous all across Latin America during the 1970s.
Santiago last studio album with Valentín, "Donde Lo Dejamos", was released in 1992. By this release it was noticeable that Santiago's voice was starting to fade and becoming hoarse and raspy due to poor vocal coaching . Adentro: En Vivo Desde La Cárcel Regional De Bayamón.
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Bobby Capó - Composer Oscar Colón - Main Personnel, Timbales D.A.R. - Composer Julio Cesar Delgado - Contractor, General Coordination, Main Personnel, Sax (Baritone) Drago - Artwork, Graphic Design Eddie Feyjóo - Main Personnel, Trumpet Darvel Garcia - Main Personnel, Unknown Instrument Jose Gasmey - Bajon, Main Personnel Jorge Millet - Arranger Antonio Moreno - Executive Producer Juan "Papo" Pepín - Congas, Main Personnel Papo Pepin - Congas Eladic "Yayo El Indio" Pequero - Main Personnel, Unknown Instrument Jesús Peraza - Illustrations Luis Quevedo - Main Personnel, Piano Cheito Quinonez - Coro Cheo Quinonez - Main Personnel, Unknown Instrument Ernesto Rivera - Arranger David "Piro" Rodríguez - Main Personnel, Trumpet Hector Rodriguez - Main Personnel, Trumpet Marvin Santiago - Main Personnel, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Wiso Santiago - Bongos, Main Personnel Ray Santos - Arranger Alfredo Schnitzler - Main Personnel, Sax (Alto) Frank Torres - Audio Production, Producer José Torres - Composer