Interview Two with José Salinas on November 3 1988

Ruth Glasser Musicians Oral History Project, 1988-1993

Salinas explains deeper musicians impact in Puerto Rico and New York, how racism played a part, and the various music groups that formed.


Date
November 3, 1988, Recording date
Interviewee
José Salinas
Interviewer
Ruth Glasser
Duration
37m 52.0s
Location of interview

Puerto Rico

Language
Spanish
Object Type
Sound
Identifier
RGC.JSal.1988.11.03.2
Related Keywords
Salsa, Latin Jazz, Music, Racism
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
ASPIRA Association, Marbella Records, Colonia, Mike Amadeo, Victoria Hernández, Rafael Hernández Colón, Felipe Rodriguez, Rafael Quinones Vidal, Ruth Fernández, Bobby Capó, Tito Puente, Ernesto Vigoreaux, Placido Domingo, Daniel Santos, Luis Muñoz Marin, Marco Antonio Muñiz, ASPIRA Association, Columbia Records
Related Places
Puerto Rico (interview location), Argentina (is referenced), Cuba (is referenced), Dominican Republic (is referenced), San Juan, PR (is referenced), Ponce, PR (is referenced), Mayagüez, PR (is referenced), Santurce, San Juan, PR (is referenced), Río Piedras (is referenced), Orocovis, PR (is referenced), Mexico (is referenced), The Bronx (is referenced), New York (is referenced), Brooklyn (is referenced)
Related Items
Interview One with José Salinas on November 3 1988
Citation
Ruth Glasser Musicians Oral History Project, 1988-1993. Interview Two with José Salinas on November 3 1988: RGC.JSal.1988.11.03.2. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 20 Jun 2019.
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