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Lydia Mendoza - Lydia Mendoza En Colaombia MP3
Lydia Mendoza - Lydia Mendoza En Colaombia MP3
Performer: Lydia Mendoza
Title: Lydia Mendoza En Colaombia
Label: RCA Camden
Country: Colombia
Style: Tango, Corrido, Ranchera
Cat: 0500147
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2611 mb | MP3 size: 2216 mb | WMA size: 2709 mb
Genre: Latin
Tracklist

1Noche De Estrellas
2Mocosita
3Corazón Herido
4Soñe Que Me Jurabas
5Adrede
6Horas Felices
7Soy Desdichado
8Mal Hombre
9La Última Copa
10Se Murió La Cacaracha

Notes

Other genres: Vals, Canción

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Sonolux

Album

Lydia Mendoza May 31, 1916 December 20, 2007 was an American guitarist and singer of Tejano, conjunto, and traditional Mexican-American music. She is known as La Alondra de la Frontera or The Lark of the Border in English. Mendoza was born on May 31, 1916, in Houston, Texas. She learned to sing and play stringed instruments from her mother and grandmother. In 1928, as part of the family group, Cuarteto Carta Blanca, she made her first recordings for the Okeh Records label in San Antonio, Texas. Lydia Mendoza May 31, 1916 December 20, 2007 was an American guitarist and singer of Tejano music. She is considered by many the queen of Tejano music. She is also known as La Alondra de la Frontera The Lark of the Border. Mendoza was born into a musical family in Houston, Texas. In 1928, as part of the family group Cuarteto Carta Blanca, she made her first recordings for the OKeh company in San Antonio. In the early thirties, Mendoza came to the attention of Manuel J. Cortez, a pion read more. Tejaño Roots: Lydía Mendoza - First Queen of Tejaño Music. La Alondra de la Frontera Con Orquesta Falcon. La Alondra de la Frontera - Live 2001. The Best of Lydía Mendoza. Vída Mia. You May Also Like. The Best of Flaco Jimenez. Cuarteto Carta Blanca, Lydia Mendoza Y Familia, Lydia Mendoza Y Grupo. バリエーション: すべてを閲覧中 Lydia Mendoza. Lidia Mendoza, Lidya Mendoza, Lydia, Lydia Mendoza Y Su Guitarra De Oro, Mendoza. Lydia Mendoza. La Gloria De Texas Album. 2 バージョン. Lydia Mendoza was born May 1916 in Houston, Texas to a musically talented family. Lydia's mother played guitar and sang Mexican songs. Biography by Jason Ankeny. Follow Artist. Album Highlights. La Alondra de la Fronte Lydia Mendoza. La Gloria de Texas. The Best of Lydia Mendo See Full Discography. Artists Moods. Lydia Mendoza, known as La Alondra de la Fronteras The Lark of the Border, would have turned 103 on May 31. She was honored the day after her birthday. This CD presents Lydia Mendoza over 50 years from her first solo recording of Mal Hombre in 1934 to a live concert recording in 1982. It includes a 40 page booklet with all songs in Spanish and English. I grew up hearing Tejano and mariachi music in Texas, but did not know of Lydia Mendoza until I saw her postage stamp on sale here in our northern Minnesota post office. I bought several sheets of the beautiful stamps to use, then thought to look on for her music. Why not order the best, so I began my acquaintance with Best of Lydia Mendoza, which contains a booklet with photos and biography, plus lyrics in Spanish and their English translation. On American Pop: An Audio History - From Minstrels To Mojo: On Record, 1893-1946 1998: Sola. On American Epic: The Collection 2017: Mal Hombre. Artist information: , . Instruments: Vocals, guitar. aka: La Alondra de la Frontera The Lark of the Border. You'll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive. Turn off email alerts. LYDIA MENDOZA - Virgen Del Tepeyac, Mexico Lindo 1972 TEJANO RANCHERA Falcon 7. Buy It Now. C shipping. From United States. New listing LYDIA MENDOZA Y SU GUITARRA - TANGO NEGRO - LP