erpel
Gimmik - Random AccessGimmik - Random Access Trevor Rockcliffe - Pure Grooves EPTrevor Rockcliffe - Pure Grooves EP Ellen Christi  With Menage  - Live At Irving PlazaEllen Christi With Menage - Live At Irving Plaza Ralph Flanagan And His Orchestra - Dance To The "New Live" Sound OfRalph Flanagan And His Orchestra - Dance To The "New Live" Sound Of The Ðevil & The Uñiverse - :Evoking Eternity:The Ðevil & The Uñiverse - :Evoking Eternity: D-Region - Buenos AiresD-Region - Buenos Aires Jascha Heifetz - Introduction Et Tarantelle-- Op. 43 / Danza Espanola Op. 21 No. 1Jascha Heifetz - Introduction Et Tarantelle-- Op. 43 / Danza Espanola Op. 21 No. 1 Lemar - Stuff Like That Orig.Lemar - Stuff Like That Orig.
» » Salomé - Vivo Cantando
Salomé  - Vivo Cantando mp3 flac download
Title:

Salomé - Vivo Cantando mp3 flac download

Performer:
Album:
Vivo Cantando
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Europop, Vocal, Schlager
MP3 archive size:
1992 mb
FLAC archive size:
1251 mb
Other formats:
DXD AIFF WMA MOD DMF WAV MP4
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
159

Vivo cantando" was one of four songs which tied for first place in the Eurovision Song Contest 1969. Performed in Spanish by Salomé for Spain, the song was joint winner with the United Kingdom's "Boom Bang-a-Bang" performed by Lulu, "De troubadour" by Lenny Kuhr representing the Netherlands, and "Un jour, un enfant" sung for France by Frida Boccara. It was Spain's second winning entry in the contest and the last to date.

Salome Vivo Cantando. other tracks: Salome. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Salome Vivo Cantando (Испания, Евровидение 1969).

happy birthday salome (june 21, 1939) the talented sexy spanish singer who was one of the four winners of the eurovision song contest 1969 with the song vivo cantando! Spanish women added a new photo to the album spanish women. 20 June ·. spanish women. Spanish women added 17 new photos to the album spanish women. 19 June ·.

Salomé (María Rosa Marco Poquet) Vivo cantando lyrics: Quante notti ho cercato di non pensare più a te,, quante notti ho preg. vivo cantando, vivo ballando. Ho fermato l'orologio il giorno soltanto. che mi son detta: "È meglio così!". Bene o male il tempo non lo passo piangendo: vivo cantando, vivo sognando. di vederti ancora ritornare, ma quando. potrai restare per sempre con me. Bene o male il tempo non lo passo piangendo: vivo cantando, vivo ballando.

Maria Rosa Marco Poquet (born June 21, 1939) better known by her stage name Salomé is a Spanish singer. Salomé was born in Barcelona, Spain. She was one of the four winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 with the song "Vivo Cantando". She began her career in Radio Barcelona. Since then, she has continued her musical career combining it with television appearances as hostess. She has performed as opening act for Frank Sinatra.

Other songs that sampled Salomé's Vivo Cantando: Eurovisión Cañí by Paco Clavel (1998). Cover versions of Salomé's Vivo Cantando: Alors Je Chante by Rika Zaraï (1969).

Released by Sony Music Jun 2013 12 Tracks. Vivo Cantando is a English album released on Jun 2013. Vivo Cantando Album has 12 songs sung by La Hungara. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Vivo Cantando songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Vivo Cantando
Lyrics By – A. Alcalde*Music By – Mª. José de Ceratto*
B Amigos, Amigos
Lyrics By – J. M. Casado*Music By – R. Farrán*

Notes

On cover and labels: Eurovision'69 España

Made in Spain

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (Boxed): SGAE
  • Depósito Legal: B. 10486/69
  • Other (Impuesto a Metalico - nº): 3730

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
POF 137 Salomé Vivo Cantando / Amigos, Amigos ‎(7", Single) Page One POF 137 UK 1969
T 9540 Salomé Vivo Cantando / Amigos, Amigos ‎(7", Single) Sonet T 9540 Denmark 1969
SBT-8274 Salomé Vivo Cantando ‎(7", Single) Jugoton, Belter SBT-8274 Yugoslavia 1969
M 25 120 Salomé Vivo Cantando ‎(7", Single) Metronome M 25 120 Germany 1969
12 001, 20.000 Salomé Vivo Cantando / Amigos, Amigos ‎(7", Single) Belter, Belter 12 001, 20.000 France 1969