- Performer:Celia Cruz
- Style:Cuban Traditions,Latin Jazz,Latin Pop,Mambo,Salsa,Son,Tropical,World Fusion
- Date of release:May 16, 1995
- Size FLAC version1616 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1787 megabytes
- Size WMA version1290 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 AAC MP4 DXD VOC AU
rsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso (October 21, 1925 – July 16, 2003), known simply and professionally as Celia Cruz, was a Cuban singer and the most popular Latin artist of the 20th century. Cruz was renowned internationally as the "Queen of Salsa", "La Guarachera de Cuba", as well as "The Queen of Latin Music". Throughout her career, Celia Cruz interpreted and internationally popularized tropical rhythms such as Son, Guaguancó, Rumba, Guaracha and Bolero
Complete your Celia Cruz collection. Irresistible (CD, Album). CDL-11391, CD 003. Celia Cruz. Irresistible (CD, Album, RE).
Irresistible Album by Celia Cruz.
rsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso de la Santísima Trinidad (October 21, 1925 – July 16, 2003) was a Cuban-American salsa performer.
This is a compilation by Mexico's Orfeon label from "La Guarachera de Cuba", Celia Cruz' mexican tours of the late 1960's and early 70's. During those tours, Celia, then under contract by NYC based Tico label, was recorded by Orfeon, which Tico had an agreement with. The musical ensembles used, were mostly "recording studio conjunto & jazz band ensembles",directed by mexican/cuban music interpreter, composer and pianist, Memo Salamanca and cuban composer and pianist Juan Bruno Tarraza.
Irresistible, a 1995 album by Celia Cruz. Irresistible" (Cathy Dennis song), 1992. Irresistible" (Jessica Simpson song), 2001. rsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso was a Cuban singer and the most popular Latin artist of the 20th century, gaining twenty-three gold albums during her career. She received a star in the "Walk of Fame" in Hollywood. President Bill Clinto. elia Cruz in 1957. Celia Cruz in the 1950s with the members of the Sonora Matancera in Havana. Irresistible (Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel song). Irresistible" is a song by the British singer-songwriter Steve Harley.
1996 Celia Cruz Delta. 1995 Festejando Navidad. 1995 Double Dynamite. 1980 Celia/Johnny/Pete. 1978 Homenaje A Beny More. 1977 Only They Could Have Made This Album. 1976 Recordando El Ayer.
Celia Cruz’s star quickly rose on stage and screen in Cuba after the fledging singer joined La Sonora Matancera, a band whose members included her future husband Pedro Knight, in 1950. Here she sings Juancito Trucupey on Cuban TV in 1956. Guantanamera" became a standard of Cruz’s repertoire after she left Cuba for Mexico in 1960, and subsequently moved to the United States. Cruz welcomed the new century with the hit song "La Negra Tiene Tumba," the title track from her 59th album. Produced by Sergio George, the track showed the singer’s continued willingness to embrace new sounds on the eve of the reggaetón explosion. She appeared more fabulous than ever in the memorable video by Cuban director Ernesto Fundora.
Celia Cruz is the undisputed queen of salsa. After more than 40 years of performing professionally, she continues to intrigue Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike around the world with the rhythms of her Cuban homeland. A remarkable performer and person, she loves her fans as much as she loves her music. Cruz was born in Havana, Cuba, to Simon and Catalina (Alfonso) Cruz. Although Simon and Catalina Cruz had only four children of their own-Celia the second eldest-14 children, including nieces, nephews, and cousins, occupied the Cruz home in a poor part of Havana, the Santa Saurez barrio, or neighborhood. As a young girl, Cruz loved music. She was responsible for putting the children who lived in her home to sleep with lullabies; but the songs she sang not only kept the children awake, they lured neighbors to the house.
CreditsAugusto Algueró - Composer
Lorenzo Barcelata - Composer
Abelardo Barroso - Composer
Andrés Eloy Blanco - Composer
Oscar Muñoz Bouffartique - Composer
Ramon Cabrera - Composer
Paco Chanona - Composer
Celia Cruz - Primary Artist, Vocals
Roberto Darwin - Composer
Luis Demetrio - Composer
Sergio Esquivel - Composer
Joseíto Fernandez - Composer
Rubén Fuentes - Composer
Santiago Ortega Gonzalez - Composer
Antonio Guijarro - Composer
Agustín Lara - Composer
Manuel Álvarez Maciste - Composer
José Martí - Composer
Miguel Matamoros - Composer
Silvestre Méndez - Composer
Nestor Mili - Composer
Julián Orbón - Composer
Tony Pereyra - Composer
Carlos Rigual - Composer
Alejandro Fuentes Roth - Composer
Mémo Salamanca - Composer
Pete Seeger - Composer
Mario Suarez - Composer
|1||Tu Voz Ramon Cabrera||Celia Cruz||3:20|
|2||El Yerberito Moderno Nestor Mili||Celia Cruz||2:41|
|3||Burundanga Oscar Muñoz Bouffartique||Celia Cruz||2:39|
|4||Lágrimas Negras Miguel Matamoros||Celia Cruz||3:09|
|5||Guantanamera Joseíto Fernandez / José Martí / Julián Orbón / Pete Seeger||Celia Cruz||3:21|
|6||Secuestrame Luis Demetrio||Celia Cruz||2:42|
|7||Alguien Augusto Algueró / Antonio Guijarro||Celia Cruz||2:19|
|8||El Pescador Lorenzo Barcelata||Celia Cruz||2:54|
|9||Canoero Roberto Darwin||Celia Cruz||3:13|
|10||La Bikina Rubén Fuentes / Alejandro Fuentes Roth||Celia Cruz||2:51|
|11||Comence a Adorarte Luis Demetrio||Celia Cruz||3:03|
|12||Su Majestad la Rumba Silvestre Méndez||Celia Cruz||2:50|
|13||Panquelero Abelardo Barroso||Celia Cruz||2:56|
|14||La Jaibera Mario Suarez||Celia Cruz||2:43|
|15||Pitipitin Tintero Tony Pereyra||Celia Cruz||3:13|
|16||Ven Bernabé/Lamento Jarocho Santiago Ortega Gonzalez / Agustín Lara||Celia Cruz||3:23|
|17||Pulpa de Tamarindo Paco Chanona||Celia Cruz||3:29|
|18||La Campeona Carlos Rigual||Celia Cruz||3:31|
|19||Angelitos Negros Andrés Eloy Blanco / Manuel Álvarez Maciste||Celia Cruz||2:40|
|20||Mi Lindo Bohio Sergio Esquivel / Mémo Salamanca||Celia Cruz||2:33|