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Las Grandes Creaciones Del Musico Poeta Agustin Lara by Agustín Lara

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Las Grandes Creaciones Del Musico Poeta Agustin Lara

Agustín Lara

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Album

Las Grandes Creaciones Del Musico Poeta Agustin Lara

Agustín Lara

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Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL
Pal of bohemians like Chavela Vargas, film composer, songwriter to the stars from many genres of Mexican music, and all-around romantic soul, Agustin Lara pressed his thumbprint on much of Mexican music -- and on the larger world of Latin music. Here, he sings his own compositions, which showcase his wide-ranging musical interests from cabaret to tango to pop to ranchera. His sweet, high baritone rings soft, sensitive and contemplative across songs that echo another time, like the plinking piano-and-percussion cocktail party of "La Cumbanacha" or the theatrically mournful "Lamento Jarocho."

About This Album

Pal of bohemians like Chavela Vargas, film composer, songwriter to the stars from many genres of Mexican music, and all-around romantic soul, Agustin Lara pressed his thumbprint on much of Mexican music -- and on the larger world of Latin music. Here, he sings his own compositions, which showcase his wide-ranging musical interests from cabaret to tango to pop to ranchera. His sweet, high baritone rings soft, sensitive and contemplative across songs that echo another time, like the plinking piano-and-percussion cocktail party of "La Cumbanacha" or the theatrically mournful "Lamento Jarocho."

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About This Album

Pal of bohemians like Chavela Vargas, film composer, songwriter to the stars from many genres of Mexican music, and all-around romantic soul, Agustin Lara pressed his thumbprint on much of Mexican music -- and on the larger world of Latin music. Here, he sings his own compositions, which showcase his wide-ranging musical interests from cabaret to tango to pop to ranchera. His sweet, high baritone rings soft, sensitive and contemplative across songs that echo another time, like the plinking piano-and-percussion cocktail party of "La Cumbanacha" or the theatrically mournful "Lamento Jarocho."