Chuti Serrano | Ritmo, Sabor y Melodia

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Ritmo, Sabor y Melodia

by Chuti Serrano

This album is composed of old hard core salsa and a new style of original lyrics that are a combination of funny, loving and meaningful songs. When you listen to it there maybe more than one song that you can relate to. P.S. Enjoy.
Genre: Latin: Salsa
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1. Me Dicen Chuti
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5:05 $0.99
2. Deseos De Amarte
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4:54 $0.99
3. Me Tiene Salao
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4:26 $0.99
4. Me Gustas
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3:55 $0.99
5. Todas Tienen Algo
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4:37 $0.99
6. Que Manera De Querer
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4:18 $0.99
7. Did I Tell You I Love You
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4:44 $0.99
8. Dedico A Mi Madre
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9. Carta De Amor
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Ritmo Sabor Y Sentimiento
Who knew this guy was this talented? That was my question after listening to Jesus Serrano’s self financed debut record titled “Ritmo Sabor Y Melodia.” You see, Chuti, as he is affectionately called by some of his closest friends, has a significantly long track record that spans about 10 to 20 years. For better or for worse, this career came to be by sharing the stage with two other front men for New York’s hardest working band Conjunto Imagen; in an era where competition and recognition was extremely tough. Before that, Jesus Serrano recorded the lead vocals for an obscure band that, up until recently, is being rediscovered and credited by a few for finding and recording the diamond in the rough that was the late Frankie Ruiz and his early seventies hit “Salsa Buena.” That band was Charlie Lopez Y La Orquesta Nueva. I could go on and on about Mr. Serrano’s ill timed accomplishments but to do so would be to short change the significant accomplishment that is this record. Swinging right from the start, Chuti boasts of 9 very well put together tracks of his own penmanship that deliver a brand of salsa that is very pleasing to the ear and inviting to the dance floor. For example track 2, titled “Deseo De Amarte” brings me back to the early RMM era that catapulted Tito Nieves, Jose Alberto “el canario”, Tony Vega, and Domingo Quiñones to successful careers by finding the perfect mix between salsa pal’ bailador and salsa romantica with a New York edge. Though there are a few songs whose themes leave me wondering “ didn’t I hear that song already?” (that’s what happens when one writes all the songs), there’s a very cute, very amusing, bomba in English track done by Rene Leyva that doesn’t make me want to hit the skip button. However make no mistake, with Jose Tabares, Junito Davila, and Lucho Cueto, among a few others heading the arrangements department, fresh should’ve been the title for this record and as such deserves a spot in your 2012 collection.
Favorite Tracks: 2,4,5,6,9