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Celia Cruz - Historia De La Salsa Album

Celia Cruz - Historia De La Salsa Album
Historia De La Salsa
Celia Cruz
MP3 album size:
1120 mb
FLAC album size:
1599 mb


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. Historia de la salsa. Celia Cruz. Released 2009. Historia de la salsa Tracklist. Soy Antillana Lyrics. About Historia de la salsa. Historia de la salsa Q&A. More Celia Cruz albums. Historia De La Salsa is a afro-cuban jazz music boxset, compilation recording by CELIA CRUZ released in 2009 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Historia De La Salsa Contents. Album infos. Buy music. Album 2011 22 Songs. Óyela, Gózala. Celia Cruz & La Sonora Matancera. Ven Bernabé Come Bernabé. Ritmo de Mi Cuba Rhythm of My Cuba. Cruz's 1974 album with Johnny Pacheco, Celia y Johnny, was very successful, and Cruz soon found herself in a group named the Fania All-Stars, which was an ensemble of salsa musicians from every orchestra signed by the Fania label owner of Vaya Records. With the Fania Salsa de Celia Cruz. Celia Cruz & la Sonora Matancera en Navidad. Celia Cruz, La Sonora Matancera. Celia Cruz, La Sonora Matancera & Celia Cruz feat. René Hernández & La Sonora Matancera. La Sonora Matancera & Celia Cruz feat. René Hernández, Celia Cruz. 2014 Full Album Plus Bonus Tracks. Celia Cruz One. The Tropical Rhythm. Celia Cruz, La Sonora Matancera, Celia Cruz y la Sonora Matancera. Canciones Premiadas. La Sonora Matancera Con Celia Cruz. Celia Cruz - La voz de la experiencia with La India. Celia Cruz - El guaba with Johnny Pacheco. Celia Cruz - Guantanamera with Tito Puente, La India, Johnny Pacheco & Isidro Infante. Celia Cruz born as Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso in La Habana, Cuba on 21 October 1925 died 16 July 2003 was a Cuban-American and was one of the most successful salsa performers of the 20th century, having earned twenty-three gold albums. She was renowned internationally as the Queen of Salsa as well as La Guarachera de Cuba. In 1950, Cruz made her first major breakthrough, after the lead singer of the La Sonora Matancera, a renowned Cuban orchestra, left the group and Cruz was called to fill in. Cruz was hired permanently by the orchestra, bu read more. Album starts at 167BPM, ends at 120BPM -47, with tempos within the 95-167BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Tracklist Historia de la salsa. Así empezó el son montuno. 167 BPM