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El Tenor DE LA Voz DE Seda
Juan Arvizu
El Tenor DE LA Voz DE Seda
Genres: International Music, Latin Music
  •  Track Listings (10) - Disc #1


CD Details

All Artists: Juan Arvizu
Title: El Tenor DE LA Voz DE Seda
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Orchard.Com
Original Release Date: 1/1/2001
Re-Release Date: 2/27/2001
Genres: International Music, Latin Music
Styles: Caribbean & Cuba, Cuba, Bolero, Latin Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 803680011324

CD Reviews

L. Dequesada | JAMAICA,, NY United States | 11/25/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I regard the availability of this great CD through as as a great gift for all of us who love the incomparable music from the good old days. During the late 20's in Mexico, four great voices appeared on the musical scene, they wereJose Mojica, Dr.Alfonso Ortiz Tirado, Pedro Vargas and Juan Arvizu. With the exception of Mojica who cut his singing and films career short to become a Franciscan missionary, the remaining three delighted audiences throughout Latin America, Spain and other parts of the world for decades. In this great CD, Juan Arvizu delights us with classic romantic hits like, "Sen~ora Tentacion","Amor de Mis Amores", "Mujer", "La Clave Azul","Enamorada", etc. As the title of this CD "El Tenor de la Voz de Seda", suggests, his voice was as "smooth as silk". Don't miss this great CD from a golden era which demanded nothing but the best from its singing stars!"
L. Dequesada | JAMAICA,, NY United States | 06/02/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great CD by Mexico's great Juan Arvizu. During the mid to late 20's, Juan Arvizu took singing and music lessons in Mexico City with other soon to be luminaries of old time Mexican and Latin music, such as Jose Mojica, Dr.Alfonso Ortiz Tirado and Pedro Vargas. During the 30's he was signed by RCA Victor Mexicana and recorded with that label during the golden years of his singing career. He toured Latin America and lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina for many years, where he starred in several films and sang and recorded tangos, becoming a legend. Late in his career he wrote "My songs were like swallows, crossing the skies, without a trace".After a long singing career, Juan Arvizu died on November 19,1985. On this great CD, Juan recorded 15 love songs, mostly boleros, written by members of one of Mexico's greatest musical families, Agustin and Maria Teresa Lara. Listen to, "Ventanita Colonial", "Ultimo Beso", "Junto A Ti","Suplica","Otra Vez","Me Dejaste","No", "Si", "Otoño", and a Lara Potpourri, including, "Enamorada","Señora Tentacion","Amor de Mis Amores", "Mujer" and "La Clave Azul". If you are an Arvizu and an old time bolero fan, don't miss this great CD!"