#1
For my spanish class(pretty close to failing) the teacher gave me the ability to play a song in front of my class but it has to have a spanish vibe. Can someone name me a song because I have no idea what to do : (.
#2
hechizo de amor by tiger army
even though they play a stand up bass it shouldnt be too hard
#4
Mana! Juanes! Latin rock ftw!
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#5
i really like "into the night" by santana
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#6
L'Via L'Viaquez- The Mars Volta
Take the Veil Cerpin Taxt- The Mars Volta


There are a lot of latin-influenced songs by them. They do an excellent job of blending the style with absolutely insane ambient eclectic rock/noise.

Juan Alderete is a very skilled bassist, though. So if you're looking for something less difficult, Hechizo De Amor by Tiger Army is a pretty impressive bassline. The afformentioned Santana songs are also very easily recognizable to an audience.
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#8
buy you want a spanish vive or a latin vive
they are really diferent things
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#9
I think he wants something remotely related to spanish he can learn to play. that's why I say latin rock, preferably popular latin rock, that someone might recognize. not only will it be more in line with what he regularly plays, which is probably rock.
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#10
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I think he wants something remotely related to spanish he can learn to play. that's why I say latin rock, preferably popular latin rock, that someone might recognize. not only will it be more in line with what he regularly plays, which is probably rock.

well try some juanes or mana
i think thats the only bans most americans would recognise
but i you want something more latin orientend just ask
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#14
I second the Santana idea. Also Ill Nino has some spanishy stuff. Roulette by System of a Down has a slight spanish vibe to it(you can play the guitar part on bass and it sounds cool). Also if you want to be inapporiate you could play "Te Quiero Puta" by Rammstein. For those of you that don't speak spanish, that translates into "I Love You *****".
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#15
City of Delusion - Muse.

It sounds spanish to me so...
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