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Willy Chirino - Subiendo album flac

  • Performer: Willy Chirino
  • Album: Subiendo
  • FLAC: 1239 mb | MP3: 1634 mb
  • Released: 1984
  • Country: US
  • Style: Salsa
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 829
Willy Chirino - Subiendo album flac


A1 Mi Clientela
A2 Agria La Pina
A3 Always Something There To Remind Me
A4 Yo Naci Para Cantar
A5 La Mercancia
B1 Cumbanpie
B2 Volver, Volver
B3 Just The Two Of Us
B4 Maria Dolores
B5 Caminando Me Voy

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Discos "Top Hits" C.A.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TH-AMF-2268 Willy Chirino Subiendo ‎(LP, Album) Top Hits TH-AMF-2268 US 1983

Willy Chirino ‎– Subiendo. Label: Top Hits ‎– 102-16048.

Willy Chirino (born April 5, 1947 in Consolación del Sur, Pinar del Río, Cuba) is a Cuban-American musician. After the triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1950s, many Cubans fled to the United States. Some thought it was a temporary measure and hoped to return soon afterwards, but when it became apparent that the revolution was going to continue, more Cubans left the island

Chirino began his artistic career in Miami, releasing his first album in 1974. Since then, he has recorded over 20 albums, several of which have attained platinum and gold status. In 2006, his album Son del Alma, won a Grammy for Best Salsa/Merengue Album. As founder of the Willy Chirino Foundation, his philanthropic efforts have been recognized by UNICEF and the Department of State. He celebrated his 35th anniversary in music with his latest released album Willy Chirino Live-35th Anniversary ( Willy Chirino En Vivo-35 Aniversario ), a CD/DVD combo of the concert  .

In 1960, Willy Chirino came to the United States via "Operation Peter Pan", designed to get Cuban children out of the country due to, among other things, fears that the government would take them from their parents. This US government sponsored program, in conjunction with the Catholic Welfare Bureau, transported approximately 14,000 Cuban children to the United States and placed them in foster homes until their parents could leave the island. Chirino would later record "Nuestro Día Ya Viene Llegando" ("Our Day is Coming"), a song loosely based on his experiences.

Chirino began his artistic career in Miami, releasing his first album in 1974. In 2006, his album "Son del Alma", won a Grammy for Best Salsa/Merengue Album.

Listen to music from Willy Chirino like Los Campeones De La Salsa, Medias Negras & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Willy Chirino. Combining the musical traditions of Cuba with American rock and jazz, Cuba-born and South Florida-based vocalist and bandleader Willie Chirino helped to create the "Miami Sound" of Salsa music. The composer of more than one hundred songs, Chirino's material has been covered by a lengthy list of artists including Raphael, Ricardo Montaner, Rocio Jurado, Celia Cruz, Oscar D'Leon, Angela Carrasco, Jorge Muniz and Nydia Caro.