1. monte adentro 2. el boltellero 3. rossana 4. pero que suegro 5. un granito de arena 6. fomento 7. nena linda 8. como la piel de canela 9. habana camilo 10. Ya soy feliz 11. El mecanico 12. MI Oriente 13. El platanal de bartolo 14. El dandy.
Mis Tiempos Con Chepin.
Ibrahim Ferrer (February 20, 1927 – August 6, 2005) was a Cuban singer who played with Los Bocucos for nearly forty years. He also performed with Conjunto Sorpresa, Chepín y su Orquesta Oriental and Mario Patterson. He then toured internationally with these revival groups and recorded several solo albums for World Circuit before his death in 2005.
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In concert in the Oosterpoort, Groningen (The Netherlands) in 2004. Background information. In 1998 he recorded an album for the Cuban label EGREM, Tierra Caliente: Ibrahim Ferrer con Los Bocucos which includes Ferrer's voice, band leader Roberto Correra's arrangements and lead trumpet, and the Bocucos's accompaniment. The album is in the style of son-jazz big band fusion. In 1999 Ry Cooder recorded Ferrer's first solo album. In 2000 Ferrer, at the age of 72, received a Latin Grammy for Best New Artist. In 2001 he appeared on the track "Latin Simone (¿Qué Pasa Contigo?)" on the self-titled debut album of virtual band Gorillaz. 2002 - Mis Tiempos Con Chepín. 2002 - La Colección Cubana. 2002 - Tiempos Con Chepín y Su Orquesta. 2003 - Buenos Hermanos.
Listen to music from Ibrahim Ferrer like Bruca Manigua, Aquellos Ojos Verdes & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ibrahim Ferrer. Ibrahim Ferrer (20 February 1927 – 6 August 2005) was a popular Afro-Cuban musician in Cuba.
IBRAHIM FERRER is a afro-cuban jazz music artist. With the release of the Grammy-winning album Buena Vista Social Club and an acclaimed documentary of the same name, Cuban singer Ibrahim Ferrer vaulted from obscurity and poverty to international fame in the twilight of his life. He was born February 20, 1927, when his mother went into labor during a dance in the Cuban village of San Luis.