Nuyol is the eight album from Puerto Rican folk singer Roy Brown . Like in previous Brown albums, there are two songs based on poems from Juan Antonio Corretjer: "Diana de Guilarte" and "Ayuburí". There are also writing contributions from American writers and activists Langston Hughes and June Jordan in "Drum" and "Now you know" respectively. Both songs are in English, as well as "The Drums of Monimbó", penned by Brown. This is the first album from him to feature songs in English. All tracks written by Roy Brown, except where noted.
Roy Brown describes Colección as a "self-conscious journey" through his career Most of the songs on Disc one were recorded live. The first eight tracks were recorded during a concert in San Juan in 1993, while tracks nine to eleven were recorded during a presentation in Jayuya in 1992. Juan Antonio Corretjer, Roy Brown. 14. "Diana de Guilarte".
Born in Orlando (FLA, USA) in 1945, Puerto Rico's Nueva Trova songwriter. His first album was "Yo protesto", in 1970. Ayuburi, Diana De Guilarte (7", Single).
Performer: Roy Brown. Album: Ayuburi, Diana De Guilarte. Roy Brown - Ayuburi, Diana De Guilarte MP3 version.
1. Mujer de Sociedad. 24. Diana de Guilarte. Niños Sol. Electrochócame.
3. 6. Boricua en la Luna.
There are 2 artists with the name Roy Brown 1) Roy "Good Rocking" Brown (10 September 1925 – 25 May 1981) was a blues musician who brought a soul singing style (from gospel music) to the emerging genre of rock and roll. View full artist profile.
Juan Antonio Corretjer, Roy Brown. La Profecía de Urayoán is the fourth album from Puerto Rican folk singer Roy Brown. The album was released by Disco Libre in 1976. It is the second album to feature collaborations between Brown and Cuban singer/songwriter Silvio Rodríguez. Recording - La Profecía de Urayoán was recorded at th. mage: La Profecia de Urayoan Roy Brown album cover. Nuyol is the eight album from Puerto Rican folk singer Roy Brown.
Poetas Puertorriqueños is a compilation album from Puerto Rican singer Roy Brown. It features eleven songs from Brown's previous albums, that are based on poems from Puerto Rican writers like Luis Palés Matos and Juan Antonio Corretjer, among others. It also features a new, unreleased song titled "Ay, ay, ay de la grifa negra", based on a poem by Julia de Burgos.
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