Olga Guillot (October 9, 1922 – July 12, 2010) was a Cuban singer who was known as the 'queen of bolero'. She was a native of the Cuban city of Santiago de Cuba. Daughter of Catalan artists who moved to Cuba, Olga Guillot was born in Santiago de Cuba, her family moved to Havana, Cuba when she was a small child. As a teenager, she and her sister, Ana Luisa, performed as the "Duo Hermanitas Guillot"
Interpreta A Armando Manzanero.
Interpreta a Manzanero. El Son se fue de Cuba. 1. - Los Boleros de Olga Guillot, Volume 1. Olga Guillot. - Recuerdos de oro. - Se me olvidó otra vez. - Vivir de los recuerdos. Album + Compilation.
Album · 2006 · 14 Songs. Interpreta a Armando Manzanero (Re-mastered,Collection). Mi Historia Musical - Felipe Pirela, el Bolerista de América.
Olga Guillot Con Machito Y Su Orquesta - No Se Que Tienes. OLGA GUILLOT - Te Amare Toda La Vida. Guillot traveled to Mexico in 1948. There, she established herself as an international singer and actress, appearing in various films and making her second album. In Mexico, Guillot began to enjoy much popularity for the first time in her career 1958 proved to be an important year for Guillot, as she toured Europe for the first time, performing in Italy, France, Spain . .
Armando Manzanero Canché (born in Mérida, Yucatán on 7 December 1935) is a Mexican musician, singer, and composer of Maya descent, widely considered the premier Mexican romantic composer of the postwar era and one of the most successful composers of Latin America. He received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in United States in 2014. He is the current president of the Mexican Society of Authors and Composers (Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de México).
Olga Guillot – Interpreta Canciones De Armando Manzanero. Performance title : Adoro. Artist name : Olga Guillot. Release title : Olga Guillot – Interpreta Canciones De Armando Manzanero. Record label : Musart.
|A1||Yo Se Que Te Amo|
|A4||Cuando Estoy Contigo|
|B3||Pidele A Dios|
|DM-1360, DM 1360||Olga Guillot||Interpreta A Manzanero (LP)||Musart, Musart||DM-1360, DM 1360||US||Unknown|