10 Songs Luis Miguel

As a child, teenager and adult, Luis Miguel has been a musical phenomenon. The following list includes the most representative musical career topics.

1 1 + 1 = 2 enamorados

Let’s wonder kids. He was 12 years old, but it looked like an expert when he took the stage to sing this success of the album the Sun. His father Luisito Rey accompanied everywhere, but Luis Miguel shone with own light. The theme has something of the sound that the group often imposed at that time.

2. I like you as you are

I like you as you are
At age 15, the voice of Luis Miguel was chosen for the album in Spanish of Sheena Easton. The song won the Grammy this year. The voice of child begins to give way to the Luis Miguel that would later dominate Latin music. It is a ballad Duet, in which theme central is a basic declaration of love.

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The Singer Has Its Place Apart In The History Of The Mexican Genre.

Despite starting his career in the world of ballads, Juan Gabriel was faithful to the Mexican vernacular music and is one of the great composers of his country. These are some of his best songs beside a mariachi. Although he composed for other authors, the list includes issues popular in his repertoire.

• I forgot again

Juan Gabriel knew what he was doing when he made his debut as rancheras with the album composer Juan Gabriel Con El Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan. It is a subject of direct and tuned with the work of the legendary José Alfredo Jiménez. It is a song of cantina that tastes of unrequited love with tequila and crying.

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10 Large Bachata

Bachata became known internationally in the 1990s, but its history can be traced from the early 1960s when appeared the first recordings. Since there are many performers who have appeared, each contributing a novelty. These are 10 known exponents of the genre. The order is chronological.

• José Manuel Calderón

The pioneer of the genre is considered to Calderon because their songs were the first bachatas recorded at the beginning of the sixties. His voice recalls the golden age of the trios of boleros. It is recognized as a baritone and innovative guitarist. He settled in the neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York. Drunk love and my conviction are some of his greatest hits.

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10 Legends Of Salsa

Exalt only 10 names in the sauce is difficult and unfair. However, the following list serves as a navigation map. These artists open the door of a huge genre in recordings.

1 Johnny Pacheco

The Dominican Republic was one of the visionaries who founded Fania Records. Flutist, producer and conductor, lover of large productions. He was the brain of Fania All Stars, the union’s star largest in the history of Latin music. Their sound was always rooted to the afro-Caribbean folklore.

2 Celia Cruz

The Queen of salsa. A voice for any State of mind. The Cuban was charisma and flavor on the stage. An unmistakable and unique singer. He recorded with the great orchestras of the sauce and remained valid for 50 years. Any of his songs comes on a party. Pure joy.

3 Tito Puente

Although he said that there was no sauce but Cuban music, Tito Puente is an icon of the genre. His show with the drums is one of the indelible images of the sauce. It was an innovative musician, who opted for the traditional and new balance.

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10 Essential Tango Artists

A number of artists have been immortalized in more than 100 years of history of the tango. The following list brings together singers, instrumentalists and composers who popularized the tango at different times.

1 Carlos Gardel (date of birth without establishing – 1935)

Carlos Gardel is the greatest tango. It is possible to make a mistake and think that he is the inventor of this genre. Gardel was baritone and his songs created narrated the dramas of everyday life. Issues such as return, El día que me quieras, Cuesta abajo, Por una cabeza and Melodía de arrabal entered the Latin American repertoire thanks to Gardel. His fame led him to star in 10 films. His tragic death in a plane crash in 1935 was the beginning of his legend. Argentina, France and Uruguay disputed his place of birth.

2 Ignacio Corsini (1891-1967)

Ignacio Corsini is one of the singers that are located a line under Gardel in popularity. He was born in Sicily, Italy, but raised in Buenos Aires. He began singing popular Argentine songs and then went to tango. Sentimental patotero was his first success. His sweet voice and poetic a deep-rooted popular singer did. The Italian school of singing is remarkable in its interpretation of Caminito. It was known as the Knight singer , and Gardel, ventured into the film.

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10 Pop Youth Groups

Idols of generations or wonders of one day, groups of boys and girls represent a juvenile expression in music. His songs and choreography are kept in the memory of those who enjoyed them. These are some of the most remembered.

• Often

The parents of the Boy-Band in Spanish. They appeared in Puerto Rico and quickly infected to United States and the rest of Latin America. The girls of the 80s “hopped on his bike” dazed with their cries. Stars such as Ricky Martin and Draco were born in often. Reunions and revivals have been frequent, but the phenomenon of the 1980s has never been equaled.

• Los Chamos

They were contemporaries often and had his fifteen minutes on the radio with songs like Canta chamo and always love you. Venezuelans stuck in Mexico thanks to the film “Kidnapping in Acapulco” beside the diva of pop Yuri. The singer Carlos Baute was born in Los Chamos.

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Lucho Bermúdez

Date of birth:
25 January, 1912 in el Carmen de Bolívar, Bolívar, Colombia.

23 April 1994 in Bogotá, Colombia.

General profile
Master Luis Eduardo Bermúdez, better known as Lucho Bermudez, was a composer, arranger, conductor and performer, becoming the musician more representative and distinguished from Colombia in the 20th century. Five generations of Colombian and Latin American have sung and danced their subjects. His music is the influence of the sound of the great jazz bands on the tropical rhythms of the Caribbean Colombian like bolero, cumbia, porro and the merecumbe.

The home
At 4 years of age he began studying the flute under the baton of his uncle, maestro José María Montes. He lived in El Carmen de Bolívar to age 9 and moved to Santa Marta, in where at the age of 11 he entered the military band. There he learned to play the trombone, trumpet and saxophone, but leaned by the flute and clarinet.

Also began as arranger and composer of military marches and some waltzes as tears of a mother. He led bands in Mompos, Aracataca, Chiruguana, the Bank and other populations in the region.

His orchestral career and the international scene
After 18 years in Santa Marta, he traveled to Cartagena, where he directed the Orchestra A number 1, Master José Pianeta Pitalúa, pioneer in style jazz band. In 1936 he was the musical director of the Orchestra of radio sources and joined Radio Cartagena, collaborating with the first albums recorded in Colombia. In 1939, he founded the Orchestra of the Caribbean and made his first recording with themes such as Marbella, Cartagenerita, Joselito Carnaval and drunkenness.

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