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Una voz inigualable... Siempre en nuestros corazones

Nino Bravo fue uno de los mejores cantantes de su tiempo, su poderosa voz y carisma seran recordados por siempre, en su tierra y el mundo. Descansa libre como el mar.

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Este es un album para no olvidar, las letras, la musica la atmosferia de las canciones son inressitible. ya se por q mi mama me decia q era el "ricky martin" de su tiempo.

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Uno de los mas talentosos de esa epoca de oro, que no puede pasar desapercibida y mucho menos olvidada, ya que las letras y la musica de esa epoca es irrepetible e incomparable, las composiciones mas actuales son bonitas pero carecen de ese profundo sentido romantico tipico de la epoca.

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Born: 1946

Genre: Latin Pop

Years Active: '70s

When Spanish vocalist Nino Bravo (born: Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis) died in an automobile accident on April1 6, 1973, the world lost one of its greatest romantic balladeers. Bravo had been attracting acclaim since 1959 when he sang with the youthful pop group, Aielo De Malferit. He continued his success as a member of early-1960s trio, Los Hispanicos, and after serving a breif stint in the military, with the group, Uamado Superson. Launching his solo career with a recital at El Teatro Prinicpal of...
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