Libertad Lamarque - La Dama del Tango, Vol. 1 mp3 downloadPerformer: Libertad Lamarque
Title: La Dama del Tango, Vol. 1
Released: May 4, 2004
Size MP3 version: 1937 mb
Size FLAC version: 1116 mb
Size WMA version: 1875 mb
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Libertad Lamarque - La Dama del Tango, Vol. 1 mp3 download
Get the Tempo of the tracks from La Dama Del Tango (1999) by Libertad Lamarque. This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 67/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
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Libertad Lamarque was born November 24, 1908 in Rosario, Santa Fe Province, Argentina to Gaudencio Lamarque and Josefa Bouza. She was named Libertad (Liberty) because at the time of her birth, her father, a Uruguayan anarchist of French descent, was imprisoned and pleading for release. At the age of 7, Lamarque won first prize in a stage competition, and participated with a group of street singers that made tours of nearby cities. In 1923, she appeared in her first professional role, the stage show "Madre Tierra". Her local acclaim convinced her parents that the family.
Object type: product. TINP: 00099441649329. Product artist: Libertad Lamarque.
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Libertad Lamarque (Spanish pronunciation: ); (24 November 1908, Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina – 12 December 2000 in Mexico City, Mexico) was an Argentine actress and singer, one of the icons of the Golden Age of Argentine and Mexican cinema. She achieved fame throughout Latin America, and became known as La Novia de América ( The Sweetheart of the Americas )
Libertad Lamarque Bouza, 24 November 1908, Rosario, Argentina, d. 12 December 2000, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico . Lamarque’s fame spread throughout Argentina, owing in large part to her tango recordings and her growing popularity as a screen actress. Then, while making the film La Cabalgata Del Circo (1945), she had a serious disagreement on the set with another actress, Eva Duarte. She appeared in some 60 films, including Luis Buñuel’s Gran Casino (1947), La Dama Del Velo (1950) and Creo En Ti (1960). These many films, together with her live appearances, numerous records, and a later highly successful career on radio and television made her one of the country’s best-known entertainers.
|1||Mandreselva Francisco Canaro||Libertad Lamarque||3:10|
|2||Sombras Nada Mas José María Contursí / Francisco Lomuto||Libertad Lamarque||2:51|
|3||Fumando Espero Felix Garzó / Juan Viladomat Masanas||Libertad Lamarque||2:47|
|4||Besos Brujos Alfredo Malerba||Libertad Lamarque||2:30|
|5||Maldito Tango||Libertad Lamarque||3:17|
|6||Nunca Tuvo Novio Agustín Bardi / Enrique Cadícamo||Libertad Lamarque||2:46|
|7||Verdemar José María Contursí / Carlos Di Sarli||Libertad Lamarque||3:08|
|8||Bandoneon Arrabalero Pascual Contursi||Libertad Lamarque||2:21|
|9||Sentimiento Gaucho Francisco Canaro||Libertad Lamarque||2:56|
|10||Desconsuelo Héctor Artola||Libertad Lamarque||2:31|
|11||En Esta Tarde Gris José María Contursí||Libertad Lamarque||2:55|
|12||Quiero Verte Una Vez Mas||Libertad Lamarque||3:17|
CreditsHéctor Artola - Composer
Agustín Bardi - Composer
Enrique Cadícamo - Composer
Francisco Canaro - Composer
José María Contursí - Composer
Pascual Contursi - Composer
Carlos Di Sarli - Composer
Felix Garzó - Composer
Libertad Lamarque - Primary Artist
Francisco Lomuto - Composer
Alfredo Malerba - Composer
Juan Viladomat Masanas - Composer