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Lola Beltrán en Directo Desde el Palacio de Bellas Artes de México

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This triumphant live album captures the beloved ranchera singer known as Lola the Great at her historic 1976 show in Mexico's Palacio de Bellas Artes. Her trademark torch songs are alternately accompanied by a full orchestra or just a lonely guitar. The mariachi horns on "Canción Mexicana" put her in a festive mood. Meanwhile, she wrings every drop of drama from a heartbreaking "Cucurrucucú Paloma", breaking into bird calls during a lyric about a widower whose love appears to him as a white dove.


Born: 07 March 1932 in El Rosario, Sinaloa, Mexico

Genre: Regional Mexican

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

With her expressive vocals, Lola Beltrán brought ranchera or mariachi music from the barrios of Mexico to the international stage. During the four decades that she was active, Beltrán recorded more than 70 tunes with many achieving gold record status. Her hits included such classic tunes as "Huapango Torero," "La Cigarra," and "Paloma Negra." In 1982, Beltrán received la Medella del Artistica del Extranjero for her efforts as Mexico's cultural ambassador. Beltrán was a secretary at a Mexican radio...
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