La Sonora Matancera has been called, by the Guinness Book of World Records, "The group with the longest duration. Not to be confused with Conjunto Gloria Matancera (with whom they kind of competed, coming from the same town: Matanzas) or Sonora Gloria Matancera.
La Sonora Matancera is a Cuban/Afro-Cuban band that played Latin American urban popular dance music. Founded in 1924 and led for more than five decades by guitarist, vocalist, composer, and producer Rogelio Martínez, musicologists consider it an icon of this type of music. Notable singers to have sung with the band include Bienvenido Granda, Daniel Santos, Myrta Silva, and Celia Cruz.
Artist: La Ritmica Sonora Matancera. 2012 music of latin america.
Celio Gonzalez y Sonora Matancera Selected Hits. Sonora Matancera y Celio Gonzalez Selected Hits, Vol. 2. 2006. Celio Gonzalez y Sonora Matancera's Quemame los Ojos.
Grandes Exitos de la Sonora Matancera Y Sus Cantan features many of la Sonora Matancera's most popular songs conveniently compiled on one album. Featured songs include "Por Dos Caminos," "Asombro," and "Tu Rica Boca," in addition to 17 other songs. A number of performers join la Sonora Matancera for these songs, including Bienvenido Granda and Celio Gonzalez.
12. Yo No Soy Guapo (Ft. Vicentico Valdes). 13. Aunque Me Cueste La Vida (Ft. Alberto Beltran).
Sonora Santanera is an orchestra playing tropical music from Mexico with over 60 years of history. The band was founded in 1955 by Carlos Colorado in the state of Tabasco, modeled after an earlier Cuban band called Sonora Matancera. However, the band created its own style. In 1960, comic actor Jesús Palillo Martínez helped the band play in Mexico City and get a professional record deal under the name of Sonora Santanera
Sin Pensar En Ti, 02:26.