- Performer:El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
- Title:Nenes Sicodelicos
- Date of release:April 16, 1995
- Size FLAC version1669 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1629 megabytes
- Size WMA version1548 megabytes
- Formats:ASF DXD AA XM DMF MP4
El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, commonly known as El Gran Combo, is a Puerto Rican salsa orchestra based in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Biography by Craig Harris. The University of Salsa, and Puerto Rico's most successful musical group of all time. Los Nenes Sicodelicos.
Los Nenes Sicodelicos is a English album released on Dec 2012. Los Nenes Sicodelicos Album has 10 songs sung by El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Los Nenes Sicodelicos songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
List of all El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico albums including EPs and some singles - a discography of El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico CDs and El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico records. List includes El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico album cover artwork in many cases, and if we are missing an album cover feel. Note that this complete list of El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico releases is based on official releases and does not always include promotional-only discs, although they are listed when we have data on them. Sabroso and De Puerto Rico are included on this list, along with many more.
Grammy Nomination (1984 ). Calendario de Plata in Mexico. Golden Combo in Colombia. Paoli Award in Puerto Rico. Grammy for Best Tropical Album ( 2003). Charlie Aponte (1973 - present). Jerry Rivas (1977 - present). Luis " Papo " Rosario (1980 - present). Pellín Rodríguez (1962 - 1973). Bombas, Bombas, Bombas (1968 ). Los Nenes Sicodélicos (1968 ). Latin Power ( 1968). Smile, It's El Gran Combo ( 1968). Este Si Que El Gran Combo It (1969 ). Estamos Primeros (1970 ). De Punta A Punta ( 1971). Por El Libro (1972 ).
Listen to the biggest hits from El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, including El Menu, Si La Ves Por Ahí, Brujeria, and more. The Puerto Rican release of the group's debut album, Acángana, recorded two days before the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, was delayed until it had already been released in Mexico, Panama, Venezuela, and the United States. El Gran Combo continued to expand its following in the early '60s, performing to enthusiastic crowds in New York, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Colombia, and Venezuela.