Maria - Various - O.L.A. Original Latino America (CD)


Download Maria - Various - O.L.A. Original Latino America (CD)
1997
Label: Primetime - HM 016 CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Latin •


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8 thoughts on “ Maria - Various - O.L.A. Original Latino America (CD) ”

  1. Tojajora says:
    I got this CD to play in my Infant Room, which is primarily Latino, and the babies LOVE it, too! They move and giggle along with the songs. I like the fact that it moves around to seven different countries in Latin America, which the narrator tells us in English where 3/5(7).
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  4. Vokazahn says:
    For the most part, I enjoyed this anthology of work by some of Latin America's young (under forty) fiction writers. All but a couple of the authors were new to me. As with any such grouping, some of the stories and excerpts from novels were more to my liking than others. And I have to admit, there were a few I really just skimmed through/5(8).
  5. Kikazahn says:
    During the s, music from Latin America was also introduced to large audiences throughout the United States over international radio networks such as compstilceosecesmoo.skewimtraninsupzygedyrecweadeba.coms such as Viva America showcased leading musicians from both North and South America in the performance of the Mexican bolero, and included collaborations by leading musicians, vocalist and composers including: Alfredo .
  6. Kazrajin says:
    Commercial performance. The album has sold over three million copies, worldwide. That number includes million copies sold in Europe. A Medio Vivir was released at first in Latin America in It peaked at number eleven on the Top Latin Albums in the US. Five songs from this album charted on the Hot Latin Songs, including "María" and "Volverás", which both peaked at number six, "Te.
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    Frozen: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the Disney film compstilceosecesmoo.skewimtraninsupzygedyrecweadeba.co soundtrack features 10 original songs with music by Robert Lopez and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and 22 score pieces composed by Christophe compstilceosecesmoo.skewimtraninsupzygedyrecweadeba.co features the critically acclaimed song "Let It Go"—film version performed by Idina Menzel; single version performed by Demi Lovato—which won.
  8. Mazugul says:
    Most (but not all) of those countries are in South America, and many of artists heard on this rewarding CD are South American. Illustrating the vitality of South American music are Peru's Susana Baca on "Maria Lando," Costa Rica's Juan Carlos Urena on "Este Son," Brazil's Raimundo Sodre on "M'Ban Samba," and Colombia's Claudia Gomez on "Soltarlo.".

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