Some amazing classic Traditional Bachata songs from late 1970's, from 1980's, 1990's, to this day. In this list you can hear how the sound is slowly advancing from Bolero (& Son) variants to distinctive classical Bachata sound, by changing and adding various elements, incorporating Merengue, other elements of Son etc. • The first in the list is "Pasa me la hooka!"
First (recorded) Bachata songs and some early Traditional Bachata music from the earliest Bachata musicians from 1960's and partly from 1970's. In this list you can clearly hear Bolero and Son base of Bachata music and towards the end of this list you can hear the music slowly advancing, by changing and adding various elements, to the sound we today recognize as Bachata. • The first in the list is the first ever recorded Bachata (called Amargue at that time): "Borracho De Amor" from Jose Manuel Calderon. You can hear the original 1962 version in the first video, and you can hear cleaner version in second video. • "Condena" is the second ever recorded Bachata from the same musician (again in two versions). • Afterwards, there are other noticeable earliest Bachata authors and their songs. Of course, this is not an extensive list, this is just an intro in beginnings of the most