Juanita Newland Ulloa | MUJERES Vol.1 Mexican Boleros and Ballads

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MUJERES Vol.1 Mexican Boleros and Ballads

by Juanita Newland Ulloa

Unforgettable, soaring, powerful vocals ranging from intimate romantic to fiery sounds. This is one of the few CDs in the world available honoring the contributions of female composers, including two of Juanita's songs as well, plus her hit song "Amame",
Genre: Latin: General
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1. Verdad amarga
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2. Yo te busco en las noches de mi soledad
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3:19 album only
3. Lamento gitano
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4:49 album only
4. Munequita linda
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3:40 album only
5. Cuando vuelva a tu lado / What a difference a day makes
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4:11 album only
6. Amame
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3:58 album only
7. Tu, tu y tu
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5:03 album only
8. Solo nos queda hoy
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4:09 album only
9. Ya no me quieres
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3:46 album only
10. Volvere
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3:22 album only
11. Besame Mucho
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4:38 album only
12. You Don't Love Me Anymore
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13. Jurame
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Juanita Ulloa is a Classically trained, brilliant performer and enthnomusicologist with musical degrees from Yale, UC Berkeley and the Nice Conservatory of Music in France. She has presented three recital tours in Europe with two concerts at the Ateneo Hall in Madrid, plus Mexico, Spain and the USA. Ms. Ulloa has appeared as a soloist with the Stockton and Sacramento Symphonies, and has sung principal mezzo-soprano roles with West Bay Opera, Pocket Opera, Berkeley Opera, and other regional Northern California companies. Ms. Ulloa enchants audiences with her masterful voice and unique popular repertoire from Latin America. She is currently devoted to arranging and singing symphonic arrangements of Mexican, Peruvian, and Spanish zarzuela popular classics.

Juanita's next CD will be released in September 2001 and will be titled "Mujeres & Mariachi" (Women & Mariachi).


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