|Performer:||Charlie Rodriguez Y Su Orquesta|
|Title:||Corazon Musical De Puerto Rico - Musica Bailable de Puerto Rico|
|Style:||Afro-Cuban, Bolero, Boogaloo, Cha-Cha, Charanga, Descarga, Guaguancó, Guaracha, Jibaro, Mambo, Pachanga, Salsa|
|Other format:||DTS AUD DMF VOC MIDI WMA AAC|
Disc of the album collection of "Corazon Musical de Puerto Rico" recorded at S. J. Puerto Rico. Matrix, Runout (dyl-10-A): (10634-A-22). Matrix, Runout (dyl-10-B): (10634-B-24).
Charlie Rodriguez Y Su Orquesta, Steve Hernandez Y Su Orquesta Latinoamericana, Trio San Juan - Corazon Musical De Puerto Rico - Musica Bailable de Puerto Rico (LP, Comp).
Julito Rodríguez born October 5, 1925 in Santurce, Puerto Rico, is a bolero singer, guitarist & composer. Rodriguez was acknowledged to be a child prodigy in music, becoming interested in this topic since his early childhood. His father encouraged him to study the violin and soon, he joined the Banda Hatuey as a substitute. After moving across the island to Ponce, a town located in the south coast, he organized the "Orquesta Hatuey de Ponce". Julito Rodriguez got his first guitar as a present from his mother. He returned to San Juan in 1946, to study at the Universidad de Puerto Rico, there he joined the ROTC band directed by Rafael Alers. By 1947, Rodriguez had found a new musical passion in the "trio" music. His first "trio" was named "Los Romanceros". The group enjoyed considerable success until 1950, when Rodriguez decided to join the United States military.
Río Piedras is a former municipality of Puerto Rico, which was consolidated with the municipality of San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1951. It was founded in 1714, and has been the home of the University of Puerto Rico's main campus since 1903, earning the popular name of Ciudad Universitaria (University City). Río Piedras' origins go back to 1714 when a settlement along the shores of the Piedras river was recognized by Governor Juan de Rivera
This is a list of notable people from Puerto Rico which includes people who were born in Puerto Rico (Borinquen) and people who are of full or partial Puerto Rican descent. The Government of Puerto Rico has been issuing "Certificates of Puerto Rican Citizenship" to anyone born in Puerto Rico or to anyone born outside of Puerto Rico with at least one parent who was born in Puerto Rico since 2007
Album · 1955 · 4 Songs. Vintage Music No. 95: Tito Rodríguez. Cha Cha Cha, No. 3 (Mono Version) - EP. 1955. See All. Vintage Puerto Rico Nº4 - EPs Collectors "La Casa Del Mambo". Vintage Puerto Rico Nº 8 - EPs Collectors "Un Poquito De Mambo". Tito Rodriguez y Su Orquesta. Tito Rodriguez & Louie Ramirez. Johnny Zamot Introduces the Boogaloo Frog. The Salsa Dura Show- Vol. 2. Various Artists.
Country Club, San Juan, 00924, Puerto Rico. Una tienda y academia de musica innovadora donde los apasionados del arte y de la musica podran encontrar instrumentos y clases para adquirir nuevas destrezas en la interpretacion de su instrumento favorito, asi como poder afinar las destrezas que ya posee con un enfoque nuevo donde se integran la tecnologia y la terapeutica.
Puerto Rican Power Puerto Rican People Puerto Rican Cuisine Puerto Rican Recipes Puerto Rico Island San Juan Puerto Rico Greater Antilles Puerto Rico History Puerto Rican Culture. Cheo Feliciano, orgullo de Puerto Rico y su gente. ORQUESTA INMENSIDAD LA SALSA DE HOY CD, ROBERTO BLADES FANIA REMASTERED 2006 La mejor musica latina, the best of latin music.
Title: Corazon Sin Cara. Download original 320Kbps, . 7 Mb, 03:28. Album: Areré: Los Éxitos de la Música Bachata Latina (2013). Artists: Тропическая латиноамериканская вечеринка, La Gran Orquesta de Rico Reyes y el Combo del Puerto, Son del Caribe Latino.
|A1||Cosas De Aqui|
|A2||Guaguanco Pa' Borinquen|
|A3||Mataron A Elena|
|B1||Borinquen Yo Te Canto|
|B2||Se Que Eres Suave|
|B3||A Ti Na Ma|
|B4||El Cojo Miguel|
|B5||Se Acabo Lo Que Se Daba|