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AntonioAguilarDiscografiaPart1fullalbumzip


Antonio Aguilar Discografia Part 1 full album zip




Antonio Aguilar was a Mexican film actor, singer, producer and screenwriter, who was also known as "El Charro de México" (The Cowboy of Mexico). He was one of the most popular and influential mariachi performers of all time, with a career that spanned over six decades and more than 150 albums. He also starred in over 120 films, many of them based on his songs and Mexican folklore. In this article, we will review some of his most notable albums from his extensive discography.


Con Banda (1986)




This album features Antonio Aguilar performing with a banda, a type of Mexican brass band that originated in the state of Sinaloa. The album includes some of his classic songs, such as "El Chivo", "El Aventurero", "La Martina" and "El Hijo Desobediente". The album showcases Aguilar's versatility and charisma, as he sings with passion and humor about various topics, such as love, betrayal, adventure and rebellion. The album was a commercial success, reaching the top of the Billboard Regional Mexican Albums chart.




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Toda Mi Vida (1994)




This album is a tribute to Aguilar's wife, Flor Silvestre, who was also a famous singer and actress. The album consists of 12 romantic songs that express Aguilar's love and admiration for his spouse, such as "Toda Mi Vida", "Mi Destino Fue Quererte", "Te Quiero Más Que A Nadie" and "Flor Silvestre". The album also features a duet with Flor Silvestre on the song "Amémonos". The album was well received by critics and fans alike, who praised Aguilar's sincerity and emotion in his interpretations. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Album in 1995.


Mis Boleros (1995)




This album is a collection of boleros, a genre of Latin American music that originated in Cuba and is characterized by its slow tempo and romantic lyrics. The album includes some of the most famous boleros ever written, such as "Bésame Mucho", "Solamente Una Vez", "Sabor A Mí" and "Contigo Aprendí". The album also features two original songs by Aguilar, "No Me Amenaces" and "No Te Vayas". The album showcases Aguilar's smooth and elegant voice, as he sings with grace and sentiment about love and heartbreak. The album was a hit among fans of the genre, selling over 500,000 copies in the United States.


Con Tambora (1995)




This album is another example of Aguilar's collaboration with a banda. The album includes some of his most popular songs from his previous albums, such as "Tristes Recuerdos", "Caballo Prieto Azabache", "Albur De Amor" and "Gabino Barrera". The album also features some new songs, such as "La Cruda", "El Siete Mares" and "La Chancla". The album demonstrates Aguilar's ability to adapt his style to different musical genres, as he sings with energy and enthusiasm about various aspects of Mexican culture and history. The album was one of the best-selling albums of the year in Mexico, earning a gold certification by the Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas (AMPROFON).


En Vivo (1995)




This album is a live recording of one of Aguilar's concerts at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City. The album captures the atmosphere and excitement of Aguilar's performances, as he interacts with the audience and sings some of his most famous songs, such as "Un Puño De Tierra", "Por El Amor A Mi Madre", "Que Falta Me Hace Mi Padre" and "El Rey". The album also features guest appearances by his sons Pepe Aguilar and Antonio Aguilar Jr., who join him on stage to sing some duets. The album is a testament to Aguilar's popularity and influence, as he receives ovations and cheers from the crowd. The album was a commercial success, selling over one million copies worldwide.


These are some of the albums that make up the first part of Antonio Aguilar's discography. They represent some of the highlights of his musical career, as he showcases his talent and versatility in different genres and styles. They also reflect his personality and values, as he sings with honesty and pride about his life and his country. Antonio Aguilar was a legend of Mexican music and cinema, who left a lasting legacy for generations to come.


References:



  • : [Antonio Aguilar Albums and Discography AllMusic]



  • : [Antonio Aguilar Barraza Discography Discogs]



: [Con Banda - Antonio Aguilar Songs, Reviews, Credits AllMusic](


: [Antonio Aguilar Chart History Billboard](


: [Toda Mi Vida - Antonio Aguilar Songs, Reviews, Credits AllMusic](


: [Grammy Awards 1995 - Grammy Award Winners 1995](


: [Mis Boleros - Antonio Aguilar Songs, Reviews, Credits AllMusic](


: [Antonio Aguilar - Biography & History AllMusic](


: [Con Tambora - Antonio Aguilar Songs, Reviews, Credits AllMusic](


: [Certificaciones - AMPROFON](


: [En Vivo - Antonio Aguilar Songs, Reviews, Credits AllMusic](


: [Antonio Aguilar: El Charro de México - Biography & History AllMusic](



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