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Los Angeles - La Malaguena album flac

  • Performer: Los Angeles
  • Title: La Malaguena
  • Size FLAC ver: 1514 mb
  • Country: Netherlands
  • Date of release: 1973
  • Style: Folk Rock
  • Other formats: ADX MP1 MP2 ASF WAV AC3 AIFF
  • Genre: Rock / Latin
  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
Los Angeles - La Malaguena album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A La Malaguena
Written-By – E. Ramirez*, P. Galindo*
B Ma Cerca De Dios
Written-By – Chava Regalado

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Red Bullet Productions
  • Pressed By – Phonodisc B.V.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Phonodisc B.V.


  • Producer – Hans Vermeulen


℗ 1973

Same as Los Angeles - La Malaguena, but with different label

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): AA 2050 260 1W2 ℗ 1973 670 11 3 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): AA 2050 260 2W1 ℗ 1973 670 11 3 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 2050 260-1W
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 2050 260-2W
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2050 260 Los Angeles La Malaguena ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2050 260 Netherlands 1973
2050 260 Los Angeles Malaguena ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2050 260 Germany 1973
2050 260 Los Angeles Malaguena ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2050 260 Belgium 1973
2121 182 Los Angeles La Malaguena ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2121 182 France 1973

La Malagueña-The Girl From Malaga (Mexico) Music and Lyrics:Elpidio Ramírez,Roque Ramírez,Pedro Galindo. Spanish-Malagueña Salerosa Ellos me quieren mirar, Pero si tu no los dejas, Pero si tu no los dejas Ni siquiera parpadear.

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Mexican group Los Ángeles Azules were formed in the early '80s by brothers Elías, José, and Jorge Mejía Avante. Playing a Latin style known as onda grupera, the band became a chart-topping act after issuing.

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Malagueña Salerosa - also known as La Malagueña - is a well-known Son Huasteco or Huapango song from Mexico, which has been covered more than 200 times by recording artists. The song is that of a man telling a woman (from Málaga, Spain) how beautiful she is, and how he would love to be her man, but that he understands her rejecting him for being too poor.

Los Angeles ‎– La Malaguena. Same as Los Angeles - La Malaguena, but with different label. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): AA 2050 260 1W2 ℗ 1973 670 11 3 06.

Taberna La Malagueña. Tapas Bar & Restaurant. Revista la que faltaba. El Cristo de la Redención, llega a las puertas del la Catedral de Archicofradía Sacramental de los Dolores (Dolores de San Juan).

Song: La Malagueña (Malagueña Salerosa) 10 translations. Translations: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, French, German, Persian, Polish, Portuguese. La Malagueña (Malagueña Salerosa). More translations of "La Malagueña.

If the movie "La La Land" got you excited to explore Los Angeles and see all the places featured, this photo tour will show you exactly where to find all the real landmarks and shooting locations. The movie is a love letter to Los Angeles and the dream of making it big in the city. It shows off some of the city's major landmarks and some often neglected gems. You can visit most of the places yourself, including shooting locations that stood in for fictional settings.

Comments (2)

The voice of this single is the brilliant Mexican singer Mariano Lizarraga (Mario Cordova ) .
This single and its respective L.P. It was engraved with the name of Los Angeles for business reasons , but the Mexican group is the "Trio Los Angeles "founded by Chava Regalado and the unmistakable voice of Mariano Lizarraga popularly known as Mario Cordova that leaving the Trio Los Angeles in 1974 became part of the popular " Trio Siboney " of Spain .

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