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Customer Reviews

¡Gran disco!

Este es un gran disco, Cecilia cantando varias de las rolas de Jaime López dándoles su estilo propio y con mucho ritmo y sentimiento, pero ¿quién le pasó a iTunes los nombres de las canciones? ¡Están bien revueltos! This is a great record, Cecilia singing several of Jaime López's songs in her own style and with lots of rythm and feeling, but who provided iTunes with the song titles? Many are mixed up! Un enregistrement fantastique, Cecilia interprète plusieurs des chansons de Jaime López dans son style particulier, avec beaucoup de rythme et sentiment, mais ... qui a fournit les titres de chansons à iTunes? Plusieurs sont erronés!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Mexican pop/rock singer Cecilia Toussaint started her music career while participating in a band called la Nopalera in the late '70s, recording Crece La Audiencia and Tremendo Alboroto and making her debut as an actress in 1979. During the mid-'80s, Cecilia Toussaint worked as a radio station announcer, she also played roles in popular soap operas. After joining a group called Abril, the singer/actress decided to create her own project, named Arpía, recording a self-titled album in 1985. Helped by...
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Arpia, Cecilia Toussaint
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Latino, Music
  • Released: Oct 27, 1995

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