Album · 2006 · 15 Songs. More By Blanca Rosa Gil. See All. Boleros. La Triunfadora de Cuba. La Dueña y Señora del Bolero (Remastered).
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Blanca Rosa Gil (born August 26, 1937 in Matanzas Perico, Cuba) is a famous Cuban Latin Bolero singer known as 'The Singing Dolly'. Blanca Rosa Gil's first album 'Shadows' was recorded in Venezuela in 1957. In the 1950s, 1960's and 1970's, Gil recorded albums on various different labels: Velvet, Benson, Echo, Discuba, Maype, and Modiner. She is best known for her hit song 'Te Odio Y Te Quiero' (Mi Triumfo).
Los Anos de Oro/Besos Brujos. Reyes Records 31636220.
Blanca Rosa Gil. La Dueña Y Señora Del Bolero Volume 1. Blanca Rosa Gil. Besos Brujos. La Dueña Y Señora Del Bolero. Antologia Cubana: Blanca Rosa Gil. Besos de Fuego. Cristal.
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BLANCA ROSA GIL - Mi Triste Condena. This Cuban torch-singer has one of those rare voices that's at once tremendously seductive and frightening. BLANCA ROSA GIL added 90 new photos to the album BLANCA ROSA GIL EN MIAMI. 20 June 2010 ·. Blanca rosa gil en miami. BLANCA ROSA GIL added a new photo. 19 June 2010 ·.
Blanca Rosa Gil (Perico, August 26, 1937) is a Cuban singer of boleros. While still small, she moved with her family to the city of Havana, where she attended primary school. Together with his sisters Rita and Mercedes they began to sing in school activities. It became the attraction of the magazine Bim bam bum at the Teatro Ópera de Caracas. In his Venezuelan tour arose a record that would record one of his greatest hits, "I laugh". The following year (1960) -when he was still on the Ali Bar program (from Havana) - his performances of "Sombras" and "Besos de fuego" would be the greatest record hits of the year. He recorded long-playing records for the record companies Modiner, Panart and Maype. As a bolero performer, he toured in Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia and the Dominican Republic
Blanca Rosa Gil: 15 Éxitos. Antología Cubana: Blanca Rosa Gil. 1999. Bajo las Luces de México.