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Lucho Gatica - Volumen Nº 11 album flac Performer: Lucho Gatica
Title: Volumen Nº 11
Style: Ranchera, Bolero
MP3 album: 1256 mb
FLAC album: 1140 mb
Rating: 4.3
Genre: Latin

Selection of Lucho Gatica. C. Mapel, Domenico Modugno. Jimmy Fontana, Francesco Migliacci. 5. Contigo en la Distancia. César Portillo De La Luz. Lucho Gatica. 6. Tu Me Acostumbraste. 8. Contigo Al Fin del Mundo. 9. Lagrimas del Alma.

Lucho Gatica, the Chilean singer known as the king of bolero, has died at age 90. Gatica passed away Tuesday (Nov. 13) in Mexico City, where he resided. His death immediately made headlines not only in Mexico and his native Chile, but around Latin America and Spain. Known early in his career for his elegant style as well as his honeyed voice, Gatica was a South American Frank Sinatra whose renown as a Latin lover (musically speaking) pre-dated the rise of Julio Iglesias and influenced subsequent generations of Latin crooners. 11, a bronze statue of Gatica was unveiled in his native city, Rancagua, Chile. Gatica had seven children and 11 grandchildren. The exact cause of the Latin music great’s death was not immediately known.

El Bolero por Lucho Gatica - 30 Éxitos. Other albums by Lucho Gatica. Lucho Gatica 11/10/2005. 1 Bésame Mucho Lucho Gatica 3:6. 2 La Puerta Lucho Gatica 3:15. 3 Sabor a Mí Lucho Gatica 2:19. 4 Trátame Con Cariño Lucho Gatica 3:3. 5 Gracias Lucho Gatica 2:37. 6 Mi Amor Ante Todo Lucho Gatica 2:44. 7 Adiós, Pampa Mía Lucho Gatica 2:39.

Luis Enrique Gatica Silva (11 August 1928 – 13 November 2018), better known as Lucho Gatica was a Chilean bolero singer, film actor, and television host known as "the King of Bolero. It is estimated that Gatica released more than 90 recordings. He toured a vast portion of the world, having performed in concerts in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. He was the uncle of the record producer Humberto Gatica.

Alfonsina y el Mar, 05:05.

Luis Enrique Gatica Silva, better known as Lucho Gatica (11 August 1928 – 13 November 2018) was a Chilean bolero singer, film actor, and television host known as "the King of Bolero. Luis Gatica Silva was born in Rancagua. He and his brother Arturo were struggling singers before they released their first album, in 1949, when Gatica was 21 years old. Chileans generally experienced a change in their taste in music during the 1950s, when bolero music overtook tango as Chileans' preferred music genre for some time. Singers like Cuba's Olga Guillot, and Argentinian Leo Marini and Mexican Elvira Ríos, among others, were very popular during that time.

Lucho Gatica 22-01-1958. Total duration:11 min. 01. Dí Que Me Quieres (Bolero Mambo). Vintage World Nº 29- EPs Collectors "Dí Que Me Quieres". 02. Concierto De Amor (Bolero). 03. Quédate Conmigo (Bolero). 04. Miénteme (Bolero).

Features Song Lyrics for Lucho Gatica's 25 canciones inmortales, Volumen 2 album. Lucho Gatica - 25 Canciones Inmortales, Volumen 2 Album. Artist: Lucho Gatica. Send "Lucho Gatica" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: 25 Canciones Inmortales, Volumen 2. 0.


A1 Pide
A2 Mi Amor Ante Todo
B1 Mas Alla
B2 Tema Del Departamento