MALAGUEÑA SALEROSA

Latest update on 29/01/2019

Artist: Rancheros
Author: Elpidio Ramirez/Pedro Galindo
Label: Decca
Year: 1939

Mexican origin (traditional from Huasteca). Means Enchanting Woman From Malaga. Both authors were part of Los Trovadores Chinacos (started in 1933).

Covers:

1946:

Trio Los Calaveras [in Mexican film Enamorada, serenading Maria Felix as Malagueña; remake in America as The Torch ('50).]

1947:

Pedro Galindo with Trio Tamaulipaco [with co-author Elpidio Ramirez on violin]

1947:

Trio Alegria Huasteca [vocal: Blanca Pulido]

1947:

Irma Vila [as La Malagueña]

1950:

Radio Boys [in film La Malagueña as Malagueña]

1952:

Luis Bonfa

1955:

Trio Los Paraguayos [n°3 NL as Malagueña]

1955:

Caterina Valente [did both Malagueñas, the Mexican and the Cuban]

1956:

Tobi Rix en zijn Toeteriks [as Malle Vent Ja; n°1 NL]

1956:

Bobbejaan Schoepen [alias Los Bobbejanos as Jef & Roza]

1960:

Limeliters

1960:

Bud & Travis

1961:

Carolyn Hester

1962:

Caterina Valente

1964:

Kathy Kirby [as You're The One]

1964:

Trini Lopez [as La Malagueña]

1966:

Esquivel

1973:

Los Angeles [as La Malaguena, n°3 NL]

1975:

Tubes

1991:

Tish Hinojosa

1998:

Eddie Palmieri

1999:

Placido Domingo [cut both Malagueñas]

2000:

Helmut Lotti [crediting Lecuona]

2004:

Chingon [in film Kill Bill II]

See also Malagueña.

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