Joan Soriano has played with the biggest names in bachata and mesmerized audiences across the world, but he owes his precocious talent to an exceptionally musical family. This album, a landmark collaboration with his two sisters and brother, captures the intimacy and playfulness of their upbringing in the hills of Monte Plata, where the young Sorianos learned to dance to the rhythm of bachata in their mother’s arms.
Hello! I am a DJ that is desperately looking for Bachata on vinyl records. If anyone knows where I can find some please contact me. my email is novadisco at gmail com THANK YOU!!
Great music, really started falling in love with it
I agree with Denis. Joan and the whole family are just fantastic. I can't wait to see them again. Joan has a beautiful smile. And his guitar playing is terrific, thank you Joan for singing my song, El Ultimo Llanto. See ya later. Chao. Salud Almaguel/La Salsera
I have been listening to this album for 2 months and i can't get enough of it. Joan is el Duque. Period.
Only into Batchata Music for 5 months, me and my wife loved the performance of Joan and the complete band at Kalmthout - Belgium.
We keep following you... Great show, great performance.
Love the new album.
Thank you, Chris & Martine...
Hi Ben, Salud here. Long time no see. Although, Heidi and I plan to go see you guys in San Francisco. I am trying to do the next fundraiser after your date in S.F. Let the group know that we miss them. I also need to know in advance price of tickets. I apologize for not calling sooner, but with this new office, and so much paper work to get the radio going has been time consuming. Bless you guys, God willing, I will be seeing you soon. Chao.
Salud (La Salsera)
Two syllables: Yo - An or Jo - An - either works
For proper radio programming purposes, could you tell me how to pronounce Joan's first name? Thank you!
Can You Guys Make More Songs Playable Please And Thank You
Hi Martin, Bachata Breakdown en Vivo is a DVD / Movie. Bachata Breakdown is a CD. Breakdown en Vivo goes into much more detail about what each instrument is doing. The CD is good for putting on an practicing dancing too, but you should watch the DVD first to really understand what's going on in bachata - the different rhythmic sections, the different instruments, etc
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