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Lucho Gatica With José S. Marroquín And His Orchestra - The Greatest Hits Of The Great Lucho Gatica Vol. 1 album download

Performer:

Lucho Gatica

Title:

The Greatest Hits Of The Great Lucho Gatica Vol. 1

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Latin

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1801 mb

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Lucho Gatica With José S. Marroquín And His Orchestra - The Greatest Hits Of The Great Lucho Gatica Vol. 1 album download

Tracklist

A1 Pedacito De Cielo
A2 La Puerta
A3 Preguntaselo A Dios
A4 Cada Vez Mas
A5 Sabor A Mi
A6 Escribeme
B1 Voy A Apagar La Luz
B2 Total
B3 Pagina En Blanco
B4 Ansiedad
B5 Enamorada
B6 En La Orilla Del Mar

Chilean bolero singer, film actor, and television host. It is estimated that Gatica has released more than 90 recordings and recorded over 800 songs. Born 11 August 1928, died 13 November 2018. Viewing All Lucho Gatica. Orquestas De Vicente Bianchi Y Jose Marroquin.

Request an album send to friend. The 20 Greatest Hits (2014). Lucho Gatica - Lucho Gatica. The 20 Greatest Hits.

Lucho Gatica & José Sabre Marroquín Y Su Orquesta 1960. The Originals: Lucho Gatica In Concert 1993. Las muchachas de la plaza de España (from the film: ''Tres enamoradas'') (beguine). Lucho Gatica, Marchione & Ruccione 2019. Lucho Gatica: 50 Canciones Inmortales 1991. In addition to his chart-topping 1954 hit "Sinceridad," Gatica recorded such hits as "Contigo en la Distancia," "La Barca," "Las Muchachas de la Plaza España," and "Señor Amor. A native of the city of Rancagua, Gatica enjoyed his greatest success after moving to Santiago. He died in Mexico City in 2018 at the age of 90. ~ Craig Harris.

Humberto Gatica is a Chilean-born American record producer, music mixer, audio engineer and a long-time collaborator with producer David Foster. He is a 16-time Grammy Award Winner. Humberto Gatica was born in 1951 and educated in Chile

Lucho Gatica, the Chilean singer known as the king of bolero, has died at age 90. Gatica passed away Tuesday (Nov. 13) in Mexico City, where he resided. His death immediately made headlines not only in Mexico and his native Chile, but around Latin America and Spain. Known early in his career for his elegant style as well as his honeyed voice, Gatica was a South American Frank Sinatra whose renown as a Latin lover (musically speaking) pre-dated the rise of Julio Iglesias and influenced subsequent generations of Latin crooners. Gatica had seven children and 11 grandchildren. The exact cause of the Latin music great’s death was not immediately known.

Vic Damone - from Greatest Love Songs of the Century (1997). Bill Dana - B-Side of Without Love single, KAPP KJB-38, from the KAPP LP, "Bill Dana in Las Vegas". Vic Dana - B-Side of Crystal Chandelier single (1965). Anne-Marie David - from Live á Charleroi (in French: Et maintenant ) (2004). John Davidson - from The Time of My Life (1966). Sammy Davis Jr. and Buddy Rich - from their album The Sounds of '66 (1966). Angelo Debarre (instrumental). Joey DeFrancesco - from Plays Sinatra His Way (instrumental) (1998; released 2004). Ricchi e Poveri (in Italian: "E no e no"). S. Joanie Samra with Various Artists - from Still Me (2016). Sandler and Young - from Side by Side (1966). YouTube: Mr. Armandomusical.

Ahí Va. Lucho Gatica. Download MP3. 1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. Carlos Leon, Jose Antonio Mendez, Lucho Gatica.

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