Trinitas Lopez

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Trini Lopez anno 1963.

Trinidad "Trini" López III (natus Dallasii Texiae 15 Maii 1937) est cantor, citharista, et histrio Americanus. In Via Ashland in Parvo Mexico, uno ex urbis viciniis, educatus est.[1] Trini Lopez at PJ's, eius primum album musicum vivum, anno 1963 prolatum est,[2] insigniter iterationem carminis "If I Had a Hammer" comprehendens, quod locum primum in triginta sex civitatibus attigit (solum loco tertio in Civitatibus Foederatis), deliciaeque radiophonicae multos annos manebat. Vendidit plus quam millionem exemplarium et discum aureum accepit.[3] In eodem albo cecinit eius translationem "La Bamba," traditionalis carminis Mexicani; eius impressio carminis anno 1966 iterum prolata est discus singulus.

Alba discophonica[recensere | fontem recensere]

Haec alba nomine societatis Reprise divulgata sunt, nisi aliter descripta.

  • 1963 Trini Lopez at PJ's
  • 1963 More Trini Lopez at PJ's
  • 1964 On the Move
  • 1964 Live at Basin St. East
  • 1964 The Latin Album
  • 1965 The Folk Album
  • 1965 The Love Album
  • 1965 The Rhythm and Blues Album
  • 1965 The Sing Along World of Trini Lopez
  • 1965 Trini Lopez Live in South Africa
  • 1966 Trini
  • 1966 The Second Latin Album
  • 1966 Greatest Hits
  • 1967 In London
  • 1967 Now!
  • 1968 It's a Great Life
  • 1968 Welcome to Trini Country
  • 1969 The Whole Enchilada
  • 1969 The Trini Lopez Show
  • 1971 Trini Lopez Live in Tokyo
  • 1972 Viva
  • 1977 Y Su Alma Latina
  • 1978 Transformed By Time
  • 1991 The 25th Anniversary Album
  • 1998 Dance Party
  • 2000 Aylole-Aylola
  • 2001 Dance the Night Away
  • 2002 Legacy: My Texas Roots
  • 2005 Romantic and Sexy Guitars
  • 2008 Ramblin' Man
  • 2011 Into the Future (Trilo Records)

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. A Book of Prayers: To the Heavens from the Stars – Chuck Spinner – Google Books. Books.google.com. 31 Ianuarii 2009. 
  2. Billboard – Google Books. Books.google.com. 15 Maii 1965. 
  3. Murrells 1978:162.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Murrells, Joseph. 1978, The Book of Golden Discs. Ed. 2a. Londinii: Barrie and Jenkins. ISBN 0214205126.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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