|Gilberto Santa Rosa CD (2012) Top Seller
Louis Garc+¡a CD discography On his 26th offering, Gilberto Santa Rosa (aka El Caballero de la Salsa) delivers a modern collection of boleros and salsas that rely as much on production techniques as on his wonderful voice. ...
|Eba Say Aja CD (2012) Top Seller
Louis Garc+¡a music CDs Recording information: Rolo Studios, PR.
Personnel: Louis Garcia (tres); Luis Marin (piano); Georgie Padilla, William "Cachiro" Thompson (congas); Charlie Sierra (bongos, timbales); Richard Carrasco, Albert Machuca (bongos).
Audio Mixer: Rolando Alejandro.
||Por El Buen Camino CD (2001) |
Louis Garc+¡a CD discography Audio Mixers: Ismael Miranda; Louis García; Papo Sanchez.
Personnel: Louis García (cuatro, tres); Luis Quevedo (piano); Amuni Nacer (keyboards); Jimmy Morales (congas); Cuqui Santos (timbales).
||Derroche CD (1991) |
Louis Garc+¡a songs Recording information: Tele Sound, Horizon.
Director: Louis García.
Photographer: Jorge Velásquez.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Chamaco Rivera; José Gazmey; Louis García; Carlos de la Cima.
Arrangers: Domingo Garcia; Ito Serrano; Ramón Sánchez.
Personnel: Becky Sambrana, Omayra Torres (vocals); Papo ...
||Salsabor! CD (1999) |
Louis Garc+¡a music CDs Castillo (trumpet); Jose Prieto (piano); Ramon Sanchez (keyboards); Jose Ricardo Lugo (bass); Charlie Sierra (timbales).
Recorded at Telesound Studios, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Personnel: Maximo Torres (guitar); Louis García (tres); Vicente Cusi Castillo (trumpet); Jorge ...
||Michael Stuart CD (2002)
Louis Garc+¡a CD discography Salsa bad boy Michael Stuart comes into his own with his self-titled 2002 release for cutting-edge salsa label, RMM. Though still maintaining a fresh, clean tenor, Stuart has moved past his previously boyish ...
||Duo: Los Reyes del Tropico CD (2001) |
Louis Garc+¡a albums Personnel: Louis García (guitar); Luis Pastor (bajo sexto); Mayte Montero (gaita); Carlos Piña (clarinet, saxophone); Luis Bravo (trumpet); Ramon Benitez (trombone); Chelito DeCastro (piano); Willie Salcedo (keyboards).
||Para Tu Fiesta CD (1994) |
Louis Garc+¡a discography Willie Colon,Andy Montanez, Tony Vega
Photographer: Pedro Berrios.
Arrangers: Cuto Soto; Louis García; Luis "Perico" Ortíz.
Personnel includes: Jose Nogueras, Tito Nieves (vocals).
Personnel: José Nogueras (vocals, guiro); Gilda González, Darvel Garcia, Domingo Quiñones, Tito Nieves (vocals); ...
||La Gordita Del Sabor CD |
Louis Garc+¡a albums Recorded at Caribbean Recording Studio, Puerto Rico.
Personnel: Louis García (guitar, tres); Pedro Pérez (bajo sexto); Julito Alvarado (trumpet); Rafy Torrez, Tonito Vazquez (trombone); Sammy García (congas); Carlos A. Machuca (bongos); Edwin Clemente (timbales).
||El Hombre Detras del Nombre CD (2006)
Louis Garc+¡a discography Personnel: Louis García (strings, drums).
||En La Intimidad CD (2002) |
Louis Garc+¡a songs New Studio Album
Recording information: Mas Audio, Telesound, Puerto Rico.
Arrangers: Mandy Vizoso; Louis García; Martin Nieves; Pedro Rivera Toledo; Bobby Valentín.
Personnel includes: Cheo Feliciano (vocals).
Personnel: Louis García (guitar, tres); Maximo Torres, Jorge Laboy (guitar); ...
||Vengo Con Todo CD (2001) |
Louis Garc+¡a albums Ismael Miranda adds another superior effort to his extensive discography. The material is familiar, but recording- and arrangement-wise is an update and will be appreciated by incoming generations. Like most salsa acts of the '60s and '70s, it is material that merits reconsideration. Newer audiences seem to be rooting for the older generation performances that make the newer, romantic salsa performances seem pale and indifferent by comparison. Longtime collaborator Louis Garcia's usually skilled musical direction keeps the standard Miranda repertoire alive and ...