Jorge Negrete - 22 Grandes Éxitos FLAC album
Album · 2008 · 20 Songs. Sus 40 Grandes Canciones (1911-1953). Jorge Negrete: 30 Hits. Concierto en la Habana.
Grandes Éxitos (English: "Greatest Hits") is a greatest hits album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Released on 22 November 2005 by Warner Music Latina, the album features 24 previously-recorded songs from Miguel's career with his record label as well as two new songs ("Misterios del Amor" and "Si Te Perdiera"); both songs were released as singles from the album.
Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 – December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time. Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí.
Jorge Negrete, Album. Grandes Exitos de Jorge Negrete, Vol. 3. Advertisement. Other albums by Jorge Negrete. 10 Exitos: Jorge Negrete. Vol. 2. El Charro Cantor. Cuando Un Mexicano Quiere. 2 Paloma Querida Jorge Negrete 2:44. 4 Bonita Guadalajara Jorge Negrete 3:12. 5 Peregrina Jorge Negrete 3:33. 5 Esos Altos de Jalisco Jorge Negrete 2:37. 7 El Rogón Jorge Negrete 2:55. 12 Acércate Más Jorge Negrete 3:2.
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Bonita Guadalajara, 03:14.
Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (30 November 1911 – 5 December 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.
Negrete, a superstar of '40s pop-ranchera, was the quintessential singing charro of Mexican film. The best cut here is the gorgeous guitar-backed "El Jinete," written by the great Jose Alfredo Jimenez. But the charro was the Mexican counterpart of the Hollywood cowboy, and at his worst as well as his best, Negrete was a seminal figure in Mexican popular music.
Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (Spanish pronunciation: ; 3 January 1910 – 5 December 1953) was a Mexican singer and actor. Negrete was born and raised in the city of Guanajuato and had two brothers and three sisters; Negrete also lived in San Luis Potosí.
|1||¡ Ay, Jalisco, No Te Rajes !|
|2||La Feria De Las Flores|
|3||Me He De Comer Esa Tuna|
|5||La Que Se Fue|
|6||Yo Soy Mexicano|
|8||Así Se Quiere En Jalisco|
|10||Aunque Me Cueste La Vida|
|11||Hasta Que Perdió Jalisco|
|15||El Hijo Del Pueblo|
|16||Cuando Quiere Un Mexicano|
|17||El Charro Mexicano|
|19||Esos Altos De Jalisco|
|21||Corrido De Jorge Torres|
|22||Qué Suerte La Mía|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Ariola S.A.
- Copyright (c) – BMG Ariola S.A.
- Printed By – Indugraf Madrid, S.A.
- Made By – Servicios Ibéricos Entertainment, S.A.
- Marketed By – BMG Music Spain, S.A.
- Distributed By – BMG Music Spain, S.A.
Notes(P)1972 RCA Records
(P)&(C)1991 BMG Ariola, S.A.
Editado y distribuido por BMG España, S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 0 035627 505621
- Barcode (Scanned): 035627505621
- Rights Society: SGAE/BIEM
- Depósito Legal: M-18481-91
- Other (Price code): 9D
|NL 75056||Jorge Negrete||22 Grandes Exitos (2xLP, Comp)||RCA, BMG España||NL 75056||Spain||1991|