Little about the first few moments of "Suavecito" suggests that it's a cultural touchstone: The electric guitar drizzles watery chords over a basic conga rhythm, a trombone moans somberly, a chorus of male voices arrives to sing a few "Laaaah-aah-aahs" as the music swells to a slow, sunny groove. Initially, it doesn't even sound like a hit. It's slow, languid, a little sleepy, especially at the beginning. It doesn't demand your attention at all, it coaxes attention out of you. But then, maybe that's why it... More >>>