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Celia Cruz - Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 Album

Celia Cruz - Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 Album Performer: Celia Cruz
Title: Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2
Style: Rumba, Guaguancó, Guaracha, Afro-Cuban, Religious, Merengue
Category: Latin / Folk and Country
Date of release: 1965
Size MP3: 2351 mb
Size FLAC: 1705 mb
Rating: 4.5

Tracklist

Yembé Laroco
Mata Siguaraya
El Congo
Palo Mayimbe
Rinkinkalla
Mulense
Matiagua
La Danza Del Coyote
Comadde
Changó
Africa
Baho Kende

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SCLP 9281Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album)SeecoSCLP 9281US1965
SCLP 9281Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 ‎(LP)SeecoSCLP 9281France1975
SCCD-9281Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 ‎(CD, Album, RE)SeecoSCCD-9281US2000
SCLP 9281Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album)SeecoSCLP 9281VenezuelaUnknown
SCLP-9281Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 ‎(LP, Album, RE)SeecoSCLP-9281USUnknown
SCLP 9281Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 ‎(LP, RE)SeecoSCLP 9281VenezuelaUnknown
SCLP 9281Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 ‎(LP, RE)SeecoSCLP 9281VenezuelaUnknown

Album

Play full-length songs from Homenaje A Los Santos, Vol. Homenaje A Los Santos, Vol. Celia Cruz. Main Album. Homenaje a Los Santos, Vol. Release Date. January 1, 1965. Digital Download - Fania . Overview . Listen free to Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 Chango, Baho Kende and more. 10 tracks 31:22. Matiagua, 02:58. Yembe Laroco, 02:53. Features Song Lyrics for Celia Cruz's Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 album. No songs for Homenaje A Los Santos Vol. 2 recorded her first studio album for Fania in 1974 in collaboration with Johnny Pacheco, the owner of the label. The album, Celia & Johnny, and its lead single, Quimbara, were both a commercial success. In 1976, she participated in the documentary film Salsa about Latin culture, along with figures like Dolores del Río and Willie Colón. Homenaje a Los Santos 1964. Canciones que Yo Quería Haber Grabado Primero 1965. Sabor y Ritmo de Pueblos 1965. En Vivo Radio Progreso, Vol. Celia Cruz and Friends: A Night of Salsa 1999. Tracks In This Album. Africa - Celia Cruz. Baho Kende - Celia Cruz. Matiagua - Celia Cruz. Rinkinkalla - Celia Cruz. El Congo - Celia Cruz. Changó - Celia Cruz. Mata Siguaraya - Celia Cruz. La Danza Del Coyote - Celia Cruz. eMU DEAL. Homenaje a los santos 2. EMU PRICE: 11. 2 eMU. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Celia Cruz. Homenaje A Los Santos CD, Album. Продать эту версию. SCCD-9269. Homenaje A Los Santos CD, Album, RE. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Guede Zaina La Sonora Matancera Celia Cruz Homenaje A Los Santos, Vol. 2 1958 Craft Recordings

Performer

Rumba In Cuba. Celia Cruz. Canta Celia Cruz. Celia Cruz - La Incomparable. 2020 Con la Sonora Matancera 1958-1962. Cuba Libre. Perry Como, Henry Mancini, Perez Prado, Celia Cruz, Dizzy Gillespie, Eartha Kitt. Les Idoles de la Musique Cubaine: Celia Cruz, Vol. Anthology: Antología de la Salsa. 2020 Remastered. Azúcar Grandes Exitos. Primeras Grabaciones de Celia Cruz. Listen to music from Celia Cruz like La Vida Es Un Carnaval, Guantanamera & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Celia Cruz. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso October 21, 1925 July 16, 2003, known as Celia Cruz, was a Cuban singer and one of the most popular Latin artists of the 20th century. Cruz rose to fame in Cuba during the 1950s as a singer of guarachas, earning the nickname La Guarachera de Cuba. In the following decades, she became known internationally as the Queen of Salsa or The Queen of Latin Music due to her contributions to Latin music in the United States. Celia Cruz was one of Latin music's most respected vocalists. A ten-time Grammy nominee, Cruz, who sang only in her native Spanish language, received a Smithsonian Lifetime Achievement award, a National Medal of the Arts, and honorary doctorates from Yale University and the University of Miami. A street in Miami was even renamed in her honor, and Cruz's trademark orange, red, and white polka dot dress and shoes have been placed in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institute of Technology. The Hollywood Wax Museum includes a statue of the Cuba-born songstress. Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso Celia Cruz was born in 1925 in Barrio Santos Suarez in Havana, one of 4 children. In a career that spanned six decades, Celia became the Queen of Salsa, and was central to the genres rising popularity. First Communion. Celia was drawn to music from an early age. Legend has it that her first pair of shoes was actually a gift from a tourist for whom she sang. In addition to singing her siblings to sleep, Celia sang in school productions and community gatherings. Her career began in earnest as a teenager, when her aunt and cousin took her to cabarets to per. Biography by Craig Harris. Follow Artist. Cuban exile whose impassioned songs oozed nostalgia for the natural beauty of her homeland, earning her the title Queen of Salsa. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Celia Cruz was born in Havana, Cuba on October 21, 1925. She first gained recognition in the 1950s, as a singer with the orchestra Sonora out Celia Cruz on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs. Karaoke Quick Tracks - Sing The Hits Of Celia Cruz. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Celia Cruz was a Cuban American singer, best known as one of the most popular salsa performers of all time, recording 23 gold albums. Cruz was born in Havana, Cuba on October 21, 1925. Cruz grew up in the poor Havana neighborhood of Santos Suárez, where Cuba's diverse musical climate became a growing influence. In the 1940s, Cruz won a La hora del té Tea Time singing contest, propelling her into a music career. While Cruz's mother encouraged her to enter other contests around Cuba, her more traditional father had other plans for her, encouraging her to become a teacher-a common occupation for Cuban women at that time. Rising Musical Career