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Need help with music


I'm looking for Spanish language music that all you native speakers like. Something that is clear and easy to understand, without any slang or cursing. Any artist and song, older or newer music does not matter. I really need to practice my listening skills.

November 10, 2017

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Fito y Fitipaldis is pretty good: https://youtu.be/GxQjx7FkmNA


Thanks for the intro to Fito y Fitipaldis. These guys are great.


These are exactly what I was looking for. Going to make a playlist for when I'm working out 4 hours a week of extra 'study', multi tasking.

The people helping out on forums is great on duolingo.

Lingots and upvotes for all, thanks!


Prueba esta canción. Es clara, sencilla y lenta, además de bonita.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoW_Rz5S1U8 This singer is so good to practice listening skill. Good Morning


Hola. Yo recomendaré tres:

Solo le pido a Dios - Interpretada por Luciano Pereyra.

Mujer con sombrero, Silvio Rodriguez

Eres mi Religión, Mana


Hola, gracias. Esto es exactamente lo que estaba buscando.


you can see cartoons with subtitles , currently i see thomas and his friends in english because i want learn english its a little silly but i understand the conversations and i learn new words


Nothing silly about it whatever it takes to learn.

Besides I still watch cartoons even at 39 without the excuse of learning another language.


yo contigo tu conmigo:Alvaro Morat no dudaria:antonio flores sobreviviré:monica Naranjo


This is a great way of absorbing a language. I do the same with Italian and French. For Spanish, there is a pile of songs from the 60's and 70's that are slow and where the artists enunciate clearly. These are ballads in what is called the Romantic genre (música romántica). But there are many in what is called the Protest genre (música de protesta) that are easily accessible to the ear. Here are a few; but there are many, many more great ones..

Don't trust too much the lyrics that uploaders add because they often omit required accents or misspell words. Also, listen to the suggested videos that Youtube normally shows. You'll be on the road to improving your Spanish and to immersing yourself in the Iberoamerican culture.


Those are some great links thanks


I'm glad you liked them. And--thanks for watching them. :-)


I suggest going on Spotify and seeing some of the 'latin' music playlists. There is a lot of good stuff.


It´s hard to pick one not too slow, but well, i did it, my first pick up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgcSFSBikmE

When the sintax makes a big difference. it´s not the same when is a poor guy or the guy is poor.

Joaquín Sabina is a good contemporary poet, you re not going to fall ko (in 5 minutes at least.) this is a good start. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3OtzDWBwOo

And here you can get the lyric of almost any song you liked for the music https://www.musica.com/letras.asp?letra=976655


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