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La Gran Coleccion del 60 Aniversario CBS: Cuco Sanchez

Cuco Sánchez

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One of the leading figures in Latin standards, Cuco Sánchez passed away in 2000. To honor this composer and performers legacy, Sony/BMG released this 40-song collection of his best-known and best-loved work. Spread out over two discs, this is the foundation for much of Mexico's 20th century sound. Features "Cama de Piedra," "Siempre Hace Frio," and "Te Parto el Alma."

Biography

Born: 03 May 1921 in Altamira, Mexico

Genre: Regional Mexican

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Composer of many of the most famous standards in Latin music, Cuco Sanchez wrote a variety of legendary corridos, including "Anillo de Compromiso," "Anoche Estuve Llorando," "Por que Peca Esa Mujer," "Fallaste Corazon," "Cama de Piedra," and "Arrieros Somos." His songs were performed by vocalists Vikki Carr, Pedro Infante, Chavela Vargas, Miguel Aceves Mejia, and Amalia Mendoza. His recording career began in the mid-'30s and at the start of the next decade, the singer began acting, as well. In all,...
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  • 129,00 kr
  • Genres: Regional Mexican, Music, Latino
  • Released: 21 March 2007

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