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Abelardo Barroso - Homenaje Postumo A Barroso album FLAC

  • Performer: Abelardo Barroso
  • Title: Homenaje Postumo A Barroso
  • Genre: Latin / World
  • Country: US
  • Formats: VOC APE MP1 AIFF TTA AAC VOX
  • Style: Afro-Cuban, Son, Charanga, Guajira, Cha-Cha
  • MP3 album: 1644 mb
  • FLAC album: 1758 mb
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Abelardo Barroso - Homenaje Postumo A Barroso album FLAC

By 1925 Barroso was working as a driver for the most celebrated of these groups, the Sexteto Habanero. The story goes that on the way back from an engagement, the group were singing in the back of the car when their chauffeur joined in. He made such an impression that he was asked to join the band and by the end of the year he was featured as their lead vocalist on the first electronic recordings to be made in Cuba (for the RCA Victor label).

Abelardo Barroso Dargeles (21 September 1905 – 27 September 1972) was a Cuban bandleader and singer, the first sonero mayor (lead singer of the son) to be recognized as such by the Cuban public. Born in Havana, Cuba, he was the lead singer of the Sexteto Habanero from 1925, recorded with the Sexteto Boloña in 1926, and joined the Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro in 1927. With each of these top bands he made a string of recordings in New York City, and for the rest of his life his voice was in demand.

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The singer Abelardo Barroso Dargeles (21 September 1905 in Havana – 27 September 1972) was the first sonero mayor (lead singer of the son) to be recognized as such by the Cuban public. He was the lead singer of the Sexteto Habanero from 1925, recorded with the Sexteto Boloña in 1926, and joined the Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro in 1927 In 1929–1930 he joined the stage variety group Salmerón, with whom he toured Spain  . vol 1, p96. ^ Depestre Catony, Leonardo 1989. Homenaje a la musica cubana. Oriente, Santiago de Cuba. Includes biography of Abelardo Barroso.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 El Panquelero
Composed By – Ernesto Muñoz
A2 Junto A Un Canaveral
Composed By – Rosendo Rulz Suarez
A3 Macorina
Composed By – Armando Romeu Marrero
A4 El Manisero
Composed By – Moisés Simons*
A5 Triste Lucha
Composed By – Arsenio Rodríguez*
A6 Y Tu Que Has Hecho
Composed By – Eusebio Delfín
B1 Guajira Quantanamera
Composed By – Joseíto Fernández*
B2 La Hija De Juan Simon
B3 En Guantanamo
Composed By – Felipe Neri Cabrera
B4 No Te Agites
Composed By – Elpidio Oliva
B5 Te Queda Corto
Composed By – Pedro P. Pérez*

Credits

  • Design – Hipólito Cabrera

Notes

B2: D.R.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1008 Abelardo Barroso El Sonero Inmortal ‎(LP, Comp) RRAS 1008 US Unknown
79901-2 Abelardo Barroso El Sonero Inmortal ‎(CD, Comp) Mélodie Distribution 79901-2 France Unknown




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