Album: CABALLO DE HIERRO, CANTA : FE CORTIJO Label: COCO RECORDS Year: 1977 Format: VINYL. No video clips are for sale, nor do they imply challenge to ownerships. They are intended strictly for entertainment and educational only.
Caballo De Hierro is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by CORTIJO released in 1977 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. CORTIJO - Caballo De Hierro. Filed under Afro-Cuban Jazz By CORTIJO. A1 Mapey 4:27 A2 Bomba Carambomba 4:35 A3 La Otra 3:11 A4 Songorocosongoro 3:56 B1 Lloralo, Lloralo 4:39 B2 Guariquiten 4:27 B3 Guaracha De Mayo 4:04 B4 Bomba Merengue 4:49.
CD - Musical Productions. The 1970s were a very creative period for Rafael Cortijo that sadly did not parallel any mainstream success. Cortijo, in spite if everything, continued to regain the success of his '50s era in any way he possibly could. Curiously, this production offers a well-balanced selection of assorted genres: bolero, guaguancó, bomba, and merengue
Cortijo's involvement with music began at the age of nine, when he played a set of bongos a cousin had made of milk tins. A master percussionist, by his teens, he accompanied the Matamorsa Trio on shows broadcast by radio station WNEL. A professional musician since 1942, Cortijo served his musical apprenticeship in bands led by Monchito Miranda, Coricua Sonant, Miguelito Miranda, Frank Wood, and the Sustache Sisters. He accompanied vocalists Myrta Silva and Miguelito Valdes on the radio. He was a member of the Mario Roman Combo in the early '50s, and made several major changes after. A live album, originally released as Juntos Otra Vez, was later reissued as Ismael Rivera Sonero Numero Un. Although he traveled with Rivera to New York, in hopes of catching on with the Latin music scene, he soon missed Puerto Rico and returned. Cortijo attempted to regain the momentum with a variety of projects. He formed a new band featuring his daughter, Fe, on vocals, and worked with Puerto Rican nist Kako on updating his earlier repertoire.
Album · 1976 · 8 Songs. More By Cortijo y Su Combo ? 1960. Quitate de la Via Perico. Danger Do Not Trespass.
Caballo De Hierro Canta Fe Cortijo.
|B3||Guaracha De Mayo||4:04|
|CLP-130X||Cortijo Canta: Fe Cortijo||Cortijo Canta: Fe Cortijo - Caballo De Hierro (LP, Album)||Coco Records||CLP-130X||Venezuela||1977|
|MPCDP·6223||Cortijo Canta: Fe Cortijo||Cortijo Canta: Fe Cortijo - Caballo De Hierro (CD, Album, RE)||Musical Productions||MPCDP·6223||US||1997|
|CLP-130X||Cortijo Canta: Fe Cortijo||Cortijo Canta: Fe Cortijo - Caballo De Hierro (LP, Album, RE)||Coco Records||CLP-130X||US||Unknown|