Classics Songs of All Time

This playlist has Classic Latin Songs from all over Latin America and Spain. Many of these songs have been covered by famous artist and bands, all over the world. For example, Pedro Infante’s, “Historia de Amor”, which has been one of the most recorded songs in Latin music history “Hoy Tengo Ganas De Ti”, which has recently been recorded by Christina Aguilera, and the classic song Bamboleo which has been recorded by The Gypsy Kings and Celia Cruz. The music in this playlist runs the gamut: Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Flamenco, Tango to the classic Latin Ballads, like ” Besame Mucho”, and ” Guantanamera”, which both have been recorded by the Beatles. This playlist spans a few decades and demonstrates the diversity and soul of Latin music from all over the Spanish Diaspora.



Here are some songs from within this Classic Latin Music Playlist ( 20 Songs), that I believe are some of the most popular and important songs in Latin Music History and will give you a taste of this beautiful music that I grew up listening to here in America. Also, it will give you a taste of Latin Culture, which is very important if you are learning a language to know just language, but culture, which is one in the same and will help you understand the Spanish language at a deeper level. Enjoy ! Que Gozes !


The Song, ” Guantanamera” was a continuation of the poem by Cuban poet and statesman,Jose Marti. It has been covered by all the great artists: Beatles, Sandpipers, and even Julio Iglesias

“Guantanamera” sung by Celia Cruz, Patron singer of Cuba


” Besame Mucho”- Andrea Bocelli


La Cumparsita- Carlos Gardel


” Quien Sera? ” Pedro Infante


” Que Rico El Mambo”- Perez Prado –

Que Gozes !

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