Luis Cobos – Mexicano 1980-1984 with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra CD-New $29.99

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Luis Cobos – Mexicano 1980

Luis Cobos (Born October 30, 1948) is a Spanish composer, conductor and musician. He is chairman of the management entity performers (AIE) and the chairman of the board of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. He was married to the singer Angel. Cobos initially began as an arranger and composer for a Los Angeles latin-soul aggregation called ‘Conexión’ who released a number of popular dance cuts and one album including “I will pray” from the late 1960s to the early 1970s.[2] In addition Cobos and his orchestra The Philharmonic Beethoven contributed further arrangements on a variety of latin releases during the 1970s. Cobos’ big break came in 1982 when he recorded his first solo studio album Zarzuela at Abbey Road Studios with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Following the release of Zarzuela, Cobos released his second studio album in 1983 Sol y sombra followed by Mexicano which was released in 1984. He also collaborated with the albums Mecano and ¿Dónde está el país de las hadas?. His following singles reached the top of the charts: “Capriccio russo” (1986), “Tempo d’Italia” (1987) and “Vienna Concerto” (1989).[which?] In addition, his music reached the charts in the United Kingdom, France, Finland, Belgium, Germany, Argentina and Portugal. His 1990 album, Opera Extravaganza reached number 72 in the UK Albums Chart, whilst his single release, “Nessun Dorma from ‘Turandot'” (featuring Plácido Domingo), peaked at number 59 in the UK Singles Chart later the same year.

Mexicano con la Orquesta Filarmónica Real1 es el tercer álbum del director de orquesta español Luis Cobos publicado en 1984 el cual graba con la Orquesta Filarmónica Real. Forma parte de la lista de los 100 discos que debes tener antes del fin del mundo, publicada en 2012 por Sony Music.

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1. México 2 : Mexicano “Obertura” / México / A Jorge Negrete / Agua del pozo / Jesusita en Chihuahua / ¡Ay Jalisco no te rajes! / Adiós mariquita linda / Carta a Eufemia / La       adelita.  
2. México 3 : México lindo y querido / Tu solo tu / Maria Bonita / Ella… la que se fue / Corazón, corazón / La cama de piedra / Cielito lindo / La malagueña.
3. Serenata Mexicana
4. Medley : Huapango (1a. Parte) / Estrellita / Huapango (2a. Parte).
5. México 1 : Guadalajara / Allá en el rancho grande / Las bicicletas / Jarabe tapatío.
6. Intermezzo
7. México 4 : La bamba / Los machetes / El rascapetate / Las alteñitas / La negra / La zandunga / La llorona / Las chiapanecas / La cucaracha / La raspa.
8. Medley : Las mañanitas / Solamente una vez / Vereda tropical / Sombras nada más / El reloj / Cuando vuelva a tu lado / Noche de ronda / Bésame mucho / Las golondrinas.

 

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Weight 5 oz
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 1 in