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That is, the best of La Lupe when she was recording for Tico during the late '60s and early '70s. So her fiery rendition of "Fever" is nowhere to be found, though the inclusions are just as strongly felt. With arrangements from Tito Puente, Hector de Leon, and Marty Sheller, La Lupe belts her way through songs like "La Tirana" and "Como Acostumbro" (the original version of "My Way"), with '70s arrangements that angled for the mainstream and sound dated. Still, there's a lot for lovers of salsa as well as kitsch, like her signature song "Puro Teatro" and "Se Acabo" — basically, Charo with much more chops, though less command of English.


Born: December 23, 1936 in Santiago, Cuba

Genre: Salsa y Tropical

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

Singer La Lupe (born Guadalupe Victoria Yoli Raymond) became involved in music while finishing teacher training, performing live in different public places. In 1962, the artist, also known as La Yiyiyi, settled in New York, getting along with percussionist Mongo Santamaría and making a record called Mongo Introduces La Lupe in 1963. After a successful decade, in 1974, the Cuban-native artist recorded Un Encuentro con la Lupe, having the opportunity to play live at New York's Carnegie Hall in...
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De Fiesta Con La Lupe, La Lupe
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Latino, Music
  • Released: 1974

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