La Irresistible: 15 Top Hits 1946-1950. El Platanal de Bartolo.
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Celia Cruz was not only a witness to the evolution of Latin music in the United States, she was the embodiment of it. The world lost the tropical music queen 15 years ago, but she lives on in these unforgettable songs. Celia Cruz’s star quickly rose on stage and screen in Cuba after the fledging singer joined La Sonora Matancera, a band whose members included her future husband Pedro Knight, in 1950. Here she sings Juancito Trucupey on Cuban TV in 1956. Guantanamera" became a standard of Cruz’s repertoire after she left Cuba for Mexico in 1960, and subsequently moved to the United States. Her version of the song, based on Cuban icon Jose Marti’s poetry and made famous internationally by Pete Seeger was released on the 1967 album Bravo Celia Cruz, recorded with La Sonora.
Album · 2008 · 15 Songs. Greatest Hits Celia Cruz. Listen on Apple Music. 9. Nadie Se Salva de la Rumba. 11. Latinos en Estados Unidos.
In 1950 she began singing with the conjunto La Sonora Matancera, and with that group she was a central figure in some of the most glorious chapters of Afro-Cuban music, recording a number of legendary songs, including "Yembe Laroco", "Yerbero Moderno", "Burundanga", and "Caramelo" by the end of the 1950's La Sonora Matancera was the most popular group in Cuba.
for 175 albums, discussions, and more. Old Celia classics such as "Burundanga", "El Yerbero Moderno" and "Tu Voz are featured here as well as "never recorded before by Celia hits like "Guantanamera", "La Bikina", "Secuestrame" and two surprise tracks, "Lagrimas Negras" and "Angelitos Negros", featuring Celia with a "charanga style ensemble" an absolute first for Celia Cruz!
Ursula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso. Also known as C. Cruz, . ruz, Celia, Cella Cruz, Cruz. Profile of the performer Celia Cruz: The "Queen Of Salsa": Born : October 21, 1925 (for some sources : 1924 or 1929) in Havana, Cuba. In 1950 she began singing with the conjunto La Sonora Matancera, and with that group she was a central figure in some of the most glorious chapters of Afro-Cuban music, recording a number of legendary songs, including "Yembe Laroco", "Yerbero Moderno", "Burundanga", and "Caramelo" by the end of the 1950's La Sonora Matancera was the most popular group in Cuba.
|1||La Chambelona||Celia Cruz||2:27|
|2||Ipso Calypso Carlos Argentino||Celia Cruz||3:15|
|3||Bayan Beyende Senén Suárez||Celia Cruz||3:14|
|4||Por Que Sera Roberto Puentes||Celia Cruz||2:43|
|5||Refrán Bebo Beldes||Celia Cruz||2:06|
|6||Juana Chambicú||Celia Cruz||1:20|
|7||Chango y Loro||Celia Cruz||2:40|
|8||Chacha la Negra Armando Oréfiche||Celia Cruz||3:36|
|9||El Cumbanchero Rafael Hernández||Celia Cruz||1:56|
|10||Baila Asi Bebo Valdés||Celia Cruz||2:14|
|11||Rajando la Leña Teodora Gines||Celia Cruz||2:29|
|12||Asi Quiero Morir Oneida Andrade||Celia Cruz||2:04|
|13||Mata Siguaraya Lino Frías||Celia Cruz||5:32|
|14||El Platanal de Bartolo Electo Chepin Rosell||Celia Cruz feat: Ernesto Duarte||3:11|
|15||Ye, Ye... Oh... Oh Guama||Celia Cruz||2:51|
Performer: Celia Cruz
Title: La Irresistible: 15 Top Hits 1946-1950
Style: Cuban Traditions,Latin Jazz,Latin Pop,Mambo,Salsa,Son,World Fusion,Tropical
Size MP3: 1543 mb
Size FLAC: 1217 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
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