Category: Reggae

Malagueña - Connie Francis - Sings Spanish & Latin American Favorites (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Background. After the success of her album Connie Francis Sings Italian Favorites (which remained on the albums chart for 81 weeks and peaked at No. 4), Francis released more albums which appealed to immigrants in the United States.. In July , Francis was in Hollywood for the interior shots of her first motion picture Where the Boys Are which made it impossible for her to record the Genre: Pop.
  2. This was initially "Sings Spanish & Latin American Favorites" and is mainly known for her hit of "Malaguena". The sound has a bit too much echo (this was popular then) and the arrangements are fluid and first rate. "Quiereme Mucho" and her laid back rendtion of "Vaya Con Dios" are highlights on Connie's first excusion into Spanish territory/5(5).
  3. Label: MGM Records - SE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: Mexico • Genre: Latin, Pop • Connie Francis - Sings Spanish & Latin American Favorites (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(1).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sings Spanish & Latin American Favorites on Discogs. Label: MGM Records - SE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Latin, Pop •/5(6).
  5. Connie Francis (born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, December 12, ) is an American pop singer, former actress, and top-charting female vocalist of the late s and early tanecymonsmolibunksicibowealthbi.coinfogh her chart success waned in the second half of the s, Francis remained a top concert draw. Despite several severe interruptions in her career, she is still active as a recording and performing artist.
  6. Nov 17,  · Connie Francis Spanish and Latin American Favorites 01 Malaguena 02 Quiereme Mucho (Yours) 03 Siboney 04 Solamente Una Vez (You Belong To My Heart) 05 Quiensera (Sway) 06 Quizas, Quizas, Quizas.
  7. "Connie Francis sings Spanish and Latin American Favourites" is one of the finest vocal recordings I have ever heard. I thought it would be watered down psuedo 50s latin, and this recording led me to think that Connie was in fact originally from Latin America. But no, she has genuinely learned Spanish and sung in a foreign language/5(8).

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