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Trio Los Panchos, Alfredo Gil, Chucho Navarro, Hernando Avilés - Los Panchos album flac

Performer: Trio Los Panchos
Title: Los Panchos
Style: Bolero
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Los Panchos are a Mexican trío romántico formed in New York City in 1944 by Chucho Navarro, Alfredo Gil and Hernando Avilés. The trio became one of the leading exponents of the bolero and the romantic ballad in Latin America. Its current members are Chucho Navarro J. Eduardo Beristian and Misael Reyes

Los Panchos (also known as the Trío Los Panchos) was an internationally famous Latin trío romántico known for its romantic ballads and boleros. Los Panchos first met in 1944 in New York City. The three original members were Alfredo Gil and Chucho Navarro, both from Mexico, and Hernando Avilés from Puerto Rico. All three played guitar and contributed vocally. Los Panchos reached fame with their romantic songs, especially in Latin America where they are still regarded as one of the top trios of all time. They sold millions of records within a few years of being founded

Trio Los Panchos were the godfathers of trio music with incredibly charming vocal harmonies to melt your heart, great musicianship and lovely song lyrics about love sound and lost. which through its tours took the music to a worldwide audience. The quintessential classic bolero trio, Los Panchos were formed in New York in 1944 by Mexicans Alfredo Bojalil Gil and Chucho Navarro and Puerto Rican Hernando Avilés. The trio's innovative format, which would become a standard of the genre, featured three voices and three guitars, as well as Gil's distinctive use of the Mexican requinto guitar, an instrument he created himself, for all the lead parts.

Los Panchos were first formed in 1944 at New York City by two Mexicans, Alfredo Gil and Chucho Navarro, and one Puerto Rican, Hernando Aviles. Each member of Los Panchos played a guitar and sang. Los Panchos reached fame internationally with their romantic songs, especially in Latin America, where they are still regarded as one of the top trios of all time. They sold millions of album copies within a few years of being founded.

Mexican singer and composer (1913-1993), founder of 'Trio Los Panchos': Chucho Navarro was the second voice in the trio, singing harmony and playing guitar. He continued to sing in this role until his death in 1993. Trio Los Panchos, Alfredo Gil, Chucho Navarro, Hernando Avilés - Los Panchos ‎(10", EP). Columbia.

Performer: Trio Los Panchos (Alfredo Gil, Chucho Navarro, Hernando Aviles) Writer: Felipe Gil. Son Veracruzano. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 5015-B CODA Catalog number: 5015-B.

The quintessential classic Latin trio romántico trio internationally renowned for their boleros, Los Panchos were formed in New York in 1944 by Mexicans Alfredo Bojalil Gil and Chucho Navarro, and Puerto Rican Hernando Avilés. The trio's innovative format, which would become a standard of the genre. .

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Tracklist

A1 Cancionero
A2 El Reloj
A3 La Barca
A4 Sabrá Dios
B1 Espérame En El Cielo
B2 Voy Gritando Por La Calle
B3 Equivocaste El Camino
B4 Un Minuto De Amor


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