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Joan Baez & Mercedes Sosa.

Album · 2011 · 10 Songs. Gracias a la Vida Perla Batalla.

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Gracias a la Vida (subtitled Joan Baez canta en español), or Here's to Life: Joan Baez sings in Spanish is a 1974 studio album released by American singer-songwriter Joan Baez. Baez stated at the time that she released the album as a "message of hope to the Chileans suffering under Augusto Pinochet", in the wake of the death of Salvador Allende.

Gracias a la Vida (album). Studio album by Joan Baez. The album was moderately successful in the US but extremely so in Latin America. The album has a dedication: "This record is dedicated to my father who gave me my Latin name and whatever optimism about life I may claim to have.

Redirected from Gracias a la vida). Gracias a la vida" (Spanish for "Thanks to life") is a song composed and first performed by Chilean musician Violeta Parra, one of the artists who set the basis for the movement known as Nueva Canción. Parra composed "Gracias a la vida" in La Paz in 1966, and the song was released on Las Últimas Composiciones, the last album Parra published before committing suicide in 1967

Gracias a la vida" (English: Thanks to life) is a song composed and first performed by Chilean musician Violeta Parra, one of the artists who set the basis for the movement known as Nueva Canción. It was released in Las Últimas Composiciones (1966), the last album Parra published before committing suicide in 1967. The song is one of Parra's most renowned and is performed throughout the world, and remains as one of the most covered Latin American songs in history. Baez is known for her criticism of US foreign policy in Latin America, and has toured and worked on behalf of improving human rights in the region).

Despite her Latin heritage, Joan Baez probably wouldn't have been encouraged by her 1960s record label, the New York-based independent Vanguard, to sing an entire album in Spanish. At A&M Records, the Los Angeles firm co-founded by Herb Alpert that she joined in the early '70s, however, it would have been a different story, and it was A&M that released Gracias a la Vida ("Here's to Life") in 1974.

Puerto Madero - Gracias a la Vida 06:45. Puerto Madero - Gracias a la Vida 02:51. Hipersensibilidade - Puerto Madero.

I have the vinyl version of this album, I bought the CD version mainly to get a better copy for my iPod/phone. Gracias a la Vida (Violetta Parra) was a great song to begin with, and Joan makes it her own. The other songs are great as well.

Tracklist

1 G.R.E.S. Caprichosos Dos Pilares Brazil Nao Seremos Jamais, Du Seremos
2 Mandingo Teresa
3 Jerez, Mauricio & Su Quinteto No Soy De Aqui
4 Mexican Mariachi Band Guadalajara
5 Maipu Correvuela
6 Malakias, Aldo Carreta Güipe
7 Conquistador Orgullo De Ti
8 Los Indios Paraguayos El Condor Pasa
9 Atacama El Arado (Cancion Tonada)
10 Sergio Terán Chorinho Nr. 1
11 José Luis Martinez Vesga Entre Palmeras
12 Mexican Mariachi Band Tu Y Las Nubes
13 De Souza, George Sourie
14 Mandingo El Gavilan
15 Atacama Gracias A La Vida
16 G.R.E.S. União Da Ilha Do Governador Assambraco
17 Jerez, Mauricio & Su Quinteto Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir (Vals)
18 Camino De Lobo Merengue Passion
19 Maipu Vuelvo
20 Deia Hora Azul

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Delta Music GMBH

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 006408 123828
  • Label Code: LC8259
  • Matrix / Runout: 12382 [A] DS2

Various - Gracias A La Vida - Folklore Hits From South-America FLAC album

Performer: Various

Title: Gracias A La Vida - Folklore Hits From South-America

Date of release: 1994

Style: Indian Classical

Genre: Folk, Country

Size MP3: 1226 mb

Size FLAC: 1538 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 264

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