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Shoulders upon which others stand

As an avid fan of Mexican folkloric music, no musical collection can be complete without Miguel Aceves Mejia. I was somewhat disappointed in the absence of some of his better known hits, most notably, La Malagueña and many other huapangos. However, he is as important to Mexican music as Louis Armstrong is to Jazz or as Jimmie Rodgers is to Country Music. Add this to your collection of Mexican and Latin American singers and see if you don't hear echoes of Miguel's voice in Luis Miguel, Vicente Fernandez, Linda Ronstandt and many others.

FOR FANS OF THIS GENRE!

this album is loaded top to bottom with some of the best songs produced in this era. if you like mariachi music it does not get much better than this!!

miguel aceves mejia

if you buy this cd listen to gorrioncillo pecho amarillo and if that song doest bring a tear to your eyes you are not human A i love this cd i recomend it to people that understan spanish well

Biography

Born: November 15, 1915 in Mexico

Genre: Regional Mexicano

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

Known as "The Golden Falsetto," Miguel Aceves Mejia achieved the peak of his success as a ranchera and film star in the late '50s. His early career breaks were in radio, where he got a gig singing on a show sponsored by his auto factory boss, which led to a gig at the legendary Monterrey station XET. There he formed a trio with Emilio Allende and Carlos Sorolla, later moving to Los Angeles to pursue a solo career. It was there he developed the falsetto singing style that became his trademark. In...
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