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Old January 19, 2010, 04:38 PM
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My favorite is Julieta Venegas. I also like Juanes, Shakira, and Maná.
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I have posted this before, but I think this is helpful. Boleros are slow ballads about love and love lost. They were popular in the 1950's and sung clearly and simply. The lyrics are intelligent, and you can really learn a lot
of good Spanish with them. They are often sung in a staight forward manner that may help your pronunciation. THe lyrics are easily found on the internet and reading them along while the song is played is a great help. In the 1990's Luis Miguel recorded some modern interpretations of boleros that can be really helpful. Of course the originals like Tonia La Negra are worth looking into as well if you can find a clear recording.
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Al iniciar a aprender el español me gustó oír música española porque ahora más escucho al radio español, pero he encontrado unos de que yo creo que son buenos

Juanes
Shakira
Maná
Heroes del Silencio


Si te gustan los deportes y el radio español tratas de escuchar al radio marca,

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I like to music from Jose Jose, and another singers, also I like the Timbiriche's music this groups is very old, but even they have music very nice, that it's heard in the radio.
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I plan to learn Spanish with Daddy Yankee, but probably somebody can reccomend me other performers? (rap only)
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The lyrics are intelligent, and you can really learn a lot
of good Spanish with them
I think this is a key (does it mean "esto es clave" ). Many modern singers use the language very confusingly. Shakira is a good example of this, she takes licenses in her songs that would be considered mistakes in spoken language: No sólo de pan vive el hombre y no de excusas vivo yo (This construction is wrong)

I would recomend to all of you some spanish pop groups from the 80-90's like Los Secretos, Duncan Dhu and Mecano.
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Do you have to listen La Ley's music, they singing to rock music in Spanish, and their music is very understanding.

You can watch them in your Youtube, there you will can find a infinite to music spoken in Spanish.
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I think this is a key (does it mean "esto es clave" ).
I think this is key. (Also: I think this is the key.)
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I think that reggaeton isn´t a good alternative, because it has a lot of slang, and boricua gang slang, that nobody in anothers countries understand.

I also recomend poprock groups from 80s and 90s from Spain and Argentina, or ballads (Luis Miguel, Ricardo Montaner, Emmanuel, etc.) or boleros (but for me they´re too depressive), or nueva trova (music with poetic lyrics), or Salsa (if you like joyful and lively music).

Silvio Rodriguez, Pablo Milanes, Mercedes Sosa and Joan Manuel Serrat are excelents singer-songwriters.
Mecano is a great group of pop too. "El último de la fila" and "Soda Stereo" are my favorites groups of rock in spanish.

Hector Lavoe, Frankie Ruiz, Eddie Santiago, Oscar de Leon, Joe Arroyo, Willie Gonzales are some of the best salseros, excellents lyrics and good music. Several of their songs have romantic and passionate lyrics.

If there are someone with a refined taste in music can to try with peruvian vals:


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I think this is a key (does it mean "esto es clave" ). Many modern singers use the language very confusingly. Shakira is a good example of this, she takes licenses in her songs that would be considered mistakes in spoken language: No sólo de pan vive el hombre y no de excusas vivo yo (This construction is wrong)

I would recomend to all of you some spanish pop groups from the 80-90's like Los Secretos, Duncan Dhu and Mecano.
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Sin ánimo de polemizar, sino de comprender, no veo la razón de que "y no de excusas vivo yo" sea una construcción incorrecta. A lo mejor se me escapa algo, pero me suena a lenguaje español poético de lo más genuino. A lo mejor es que no me entero de la regla que viola, pero la verdad es que la entiendo perfectamente...
Si puedes darme una pista, o explicarme la historia, pues te lo agradezco. (No sólo de verduras viven los ovo-lacto-vegetarianos, y no de carne vivo yo... o sea, que tampoco vivo yo sólo de carne...)
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