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Celia Cruz


Azucar Negra



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RMM Records




Salsa, Cubano



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1Bolero, Bolero
Arranged By – Carlos GomezWritten-By – Cheni Navarro
2Ochun Con Chango
Arranged By – Manuel TejadaWritten-By – Titti Sotto
3Te Busco
Arranged By – Steve RoitsteinWritten-By – Victor Victor
Arranged By – Randy BarlowBacking Vocals – Jon SecadaWritten-By, Arranged By – Emilio Estefan, Jr.Written-By, Backing Vocals – Gloria Estefan
5De La Habana Hasta Aqui
Written-By – Emilio Aragon
6Amores De Un Dia
Arranged By – Manuel TejadaWritten-By – Johnny Ortiz
7Cruz De Navajas
Arranged By – Carlos GomezWritten-By – Jose M. Cano
8Que Suenen Las Palmas
Arranged By – Steve RoitsteinWritten-By – Alfredo Brito
9Pasaporte Latinoamericano
Arranged By – Steve RoitsteinWritten-By – Cucco Pena, Guadalupe Garcia
10Azucar Negra
Arranged By – Javier LosadaWritten-By – Maria Diaz


(C)(P) 1993 RMM Records & Video Corp.
Manufactured by SONY Discos, Inc.


Celia Cruz born as Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso in La Habana, Cuba on 21 October 1925 died 16 July 2003 was a Cuban-American and was one of the most successful salsa performers of the 20th century, having earned twenty-three gold albums. She was renowned internationally as the Queen of Salsa as well as La Guarachera de Cuba. In 1950, Cruz made her first major breakthrough, after the lead singer of the La Sonora Matancera, a renowned Cuban orchestra, left the group and Cruz was called to fill in. About Azúcar Negra. Celia Cruz is known as the Queen of Salsa, and has been described as the greatest female singer to emerge from Cuba, and a living legend Salsa 494. She is known for her rich contralto voice and is one of the few Latin stars to have acquired and all-American audience Source 494, though she was not always as popular in the United States. When Cuban-born Celia Cruz arrived in New York City in 1962, she faced audiences that dismissed her as irrelevant to their current musical and cultural preferences Abreu 94. In the 1970s, she was finally able to emerge as a Cuba. Translation of 'Azucar Negra' by Celia Cruz Úrsula Hilaria Celia Caridad Cruz Alfonso from Spanish to English. Azucar Negra. Click to see the original lyrics. Add new translation. Add new request. More translations of Azucar Negra. English bellavoz. Azucar Negra was released Aug 27, 2002 on the Universal Music Latino label. Tito Duarte saxophone, flute Ed Calle saxophone Jose Medrano, Tony Concepcion, Luis Aquino, Randy Barlow trumpet Alfredo Marquez, Dana Teboe, Teddy Mullet trombone Steve Roitstein, Randy Barlow piano, keyboards, programming Sergio George piano, keyboards Oscar Gomez bass, percussion Papo Pepin, Henry Diaz, Samy Timbalon Pagan, Eddie Bongo Torres, Cookie. Celia y Johnny, undoubtedly the most important album in Celia Cruzs career, opened the doors of success. Azucar Negra is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by CELIA CRUZ released in 1993 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. CELIA CRUZ - Azucar Negra. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 1993. Filed under Afro-Cuban Jazz By CELIA CRUZ. Celia Cruz Format: Audio CD. Celia Cruz is phenomenal and there are so many cuts that are my favorites now that I listen to it in the car, in the office, at home. Finally, a CD that I can enjoy from beginning to end. El album es muy suave de principio a fin y cada cancion tiene un elemento artistico digno de atencion. Por lo general, la primera cancion de un disco es la que llama la atencion de la gente y este disco no es la excepcion. Sin lugar a dudas Azucar Negra es el exito pero las otras canciones tambien tienen sabor y deben ser escuchadas. All the great songs and lyrics from the Azucar Negra album on the Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso de la Santísima Trinidad October 21, 1925 July 16, 2003 was a Cuban-American salsa performer. One of the most popular salsa artists of the 20th century, she earned twenty-three gold albums and was renowned internationally as the Queen of Salsa a more

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