Lucrecia | Mis Boleros

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Mis Boleros

by Lucrecia

A cuban songstress singing both old and new hits in traditional Bolero style
Genre: Latin: Bolero
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1. Contigo Aprendi
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2. Franqueza
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3. Yo No Debi Conocerte
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4. Mi Bolero
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5. La Gloria Eres Tu
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6. Nostalgia
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7. Si Me Pudieras Querer
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8. Dos Gardenias
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9. Desencuentros
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10. Que Sabes Tu
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11. Anorado Encuentro
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12. Bajate De Esa Nube
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13. Entre Cuba Y Barcelona
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Cuban tropical singer Lucrecia got involved in music while taking piano and singing classes at the age of seven. In 1987, the young musician was awarded in a local contest called Joseíto Fernandez. A year later, she received recognition for her songwriting and instrumentalist skills. Soon after, Lucrecia joined Anacoana, a famous local orchestra, singing and playing keyboards. During that length of time, the artist temporarily settled down in Barcelona, Spain. She still resides there after going on her own and records and tours regularly in the US and around the World.


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Jeanne Devin

A word description can't do justice to this collection.
I've collected CDs of boleros by such greats as Jose Feliciano and Celia Cruz, so when I saw this one from an artist I didn't know, I wasn't sure what to expect. But after hearing the samples, I'm trying in vain to find the right words to praise this recording. I can say the style is intimate, that the songs are done with class and feeling, that the instrumental backup is second to none, etc., etc. But nothing I say can come close to the reality. One can understand the CD's greatness only by hearing the music and letting oneself be gently swept away.