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He had joined salsero Ismael Miranda to compose the album, A Tune for Vieques (son a Vieques), and had produced the CD "Puerto Rican roots," which features the Singing Children of Jibaro Music (música jíbara). Both works won awards and were used as rallying cries for the rights of the people of Vieques. In later productions, Jimenez has approached the religious theme in the trova with projects like Jesus, the Son of God based on the décimas of artist Luis G. Cajigas, which were inspired by verses from San Lucas, San Mateo and San Marcos.
Puerto Rican singer/songwriter Andrés Jiménez (aka El Jíbaro) arose in stature during the 1960s nueva canción movement and continued to be an influential artist in his homeland during the decades that followed, known for his patriotic sentiment and the nationalistic themes of his music. Born on July 3, 1947, in Orocovis, he was one of 15 children; his father was a farmer. Like many Puerto Ricans, Jiménez moved to New York City, arriving at age 17; he was drafted into the . His 2007 album Mi Parranda proved his most commercially successful to date, registering on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart.
Andrés Jiménez was born on July 3, 1947, in the barrio "The Cat" in Orocovis, Puerto Rico. He is the fourth of 15 children from Juan Jiménez y Felícita Hernández. His father, a tireless farmer, taught him to love the earth and the cultivated soil passionately. Early on, his mother stirred an interest in singing, particularly by taking him to ceremonies where folk music, like the "seis chorreao" and "aguinaldos," was interpreted. He had joined salsero Ismael Miranda to compose the album, A Tune for Vieques (son a Vieques), and had produced the CD "Puerto Rican roots," which features the Singing Children of Jibaro Music (música jíbara).
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why dont more people talk about this album like the work of genius it is. Reply Notify me Helpful. I do believe that Track 4 samples Jamiroquai's "Space Cowboy.
Fragezeichen) (German for "Question mark") is the second album by German pop rock band Nena and the third studio album to feature its lead singer, Gabriele "Nena" Kerner. It was released on 27 January 1984, just a few months before the band's first international album 99 Luftballons, which contains songs from their debut album Nena (1983) and this album, some of them re-recorded with English lyrics. Like its self-titled predecessor, this album was produced by Reinhold Heil and Manne Praeker of Spliff.
About Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico. The glowing Mosquito Bay is a vision of bizarre beauty. Thanks to a bioluminescent microorganism, the water is a cool electric blue, looking somewhat like a fantastical sci-fi lagoon. Kayak or hop into a clear-bottomed pontoon boat to glide along the neon waters. Swimmers and snorkelers will adore the pristine, undeveloped beaches. Keep an eye out for the playful feral horses that gallop along the dunes, or visit the stately ceiba tree that’s been keeping watch over the highland for three centuries. Discover the best of Isla de Vieques.
Fiesta Latina (Remastered). José Alfredo Jiménez. José Alfredo Jiménez (born in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexico on 9 January 1926 - died 23 November 1973 in Mexico City, Mexico) was a legendary Mexican singer-songwriter in the ranchera style. His songs are considered part of the Mexican musical heritage and comparable, for instance, to what Woody Guthrie meant to American folk music. The restaurant where he worked as a young man, "La Sirena" was frequented by Andres Huesca, who heard some of his compositions of the then young singer, among which was "Cuando el Destino" and "Yo".