Orquesta de la Luz

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Orquesta de la Luz (オルケスタ・デ・ラ・ルス?) ("Orchestra of the Light") is a Japanese salsa band that began performing and recording in 1990. The band sings in Spanish, and is led by vocalist Nora, who returned to traditional salsa after the band broke up in the mid-1990s. It became widely famous in Latin America, particularly in Puerto Rico, Panama, Mexico, Perú and other Caribbean area countries.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • De La Luz (1990) CD - BMG Victor
  • Salsa No Tiene Frontera (1991) CD - BMG Victor
  • Somos Diferentes (1992) CD - BMG Victor
  • Historia De La Luz (1993) CD - BMG Victor
  • La Aventura (1993) CD - BMG Victor
  • Feliz Christmas (1994) CD - BMG Victor
  • Sabor De La Luz (1995) CD - BMG Victor
  • Final Concert ¡Adios Amigos! (1998) CD - Dynaware
  • The Best Of Orquesta De La Luz (2000) CD - BMG Victor
  • ¡Banzaaay! (2004) CD - Avex Io
  • Arco Iris (2005) CD - Avex Io
  • Let's Salsa!! - The Best Salsa Dance Collection - Album (2007) CD - BMG Funhouse
  • ¡Caliente! (2008) CD - BookRidge Records
  • Ron Viejo (2009)

Singles[edit]

Album Charts[edit]

Year Chart Album Peak
1990 Billboard Tropical/Salsa Salsa Caliente del Japón 1
1991 Billboard Tropical/Salsa Sin Fronteras 6
1992 Billboard Tropical/Salsa Somos Diferentes 13

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