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La Manigua

Contains:
  • 1. Maria Cristina / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
  • 2. Me voy pa sinabicu / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
  • 3. La vida sigue igual / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
Publisher:
Virgin records, 1998
CD

Dominó

Contains:
  • 1. Pregon de los chicharrones / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
  • 2. Se paro la moto / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
  • 3. Siquiera un sueno / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
Publisher:
Virgin, 2000
CD

El balcón del adiós

Contains:
  • 1. A la loma de Belen / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
  • 2. Calla / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
  • 3. Ahora seremos felices / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
Publisher:
Yerba Buena, 2002
CD

Cuba Havana

Contains:
  • 1. Voy a la calle vapor / Septeto Habanero
  • 2. Refugiate en mi / Tipico Oriental
  • 3. Yaye boy / Orquesta Aragón
Publisher:
Arcade, 1999
CD

Cuba Havana. vol.2

Contains:
  • 1. Como la mariposa / Leyanis Lopez
  • 2. Rico vacilon / Vieja Trova Santiaguera
  • 3. En guantanamo / Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro
Publisher:
Arcade, 1999
CD

Music negra in the Americas

Contains:
  • 1. Guede nibo / Grupo Vocal Desandann
  • 2. Caramba / Carmen Gonzalez
  • 3. Buenas noches numadagu / Jursino Cayetano
Publisher:
Network, 2000
CD

Global sounds

Contains:
  • 1. Chan Chan / Compay Segundo
  • 2. Aïcha / Khaled
  • 3. Son al son / Orquesta Aragón
Publisher:
CPG, 2001
CD

Buena vista Cuba

Contains:
  • 1. Mi tierra / Gloria Estefan
  • 2. Caminando / Rubén Blades
  • 3. Yo vivire / Celia Cruz
Genre:
Publisher:
Sony, 2009
CD

Sfinks

Contains:
  • 1. Didi / Khaled
  • 2. 7 Seconds / Youssou N'Dour
  • 3. Binafscha / Yulduz Usmanova
Publisher:
EMI Belgium, 1999

Vieja Trova Santiaguera on Wikipedia

La Vieja Trova Santiaguera is a Cuban musical band that formed in 1994 and became successful in Europe. Its members included:

Reinaldo Hierrezuelo la O (known as Rey Caney), solo voice and lead guitar/tres) (Santiago de Cuba, 30 December 1926) Reinaldo Creagh (Cirilo Reinaldo Creagh Veranes, solo voice and claves) (1917 or 1918?) Artistóteles Limonta (Artistóteles Raimundo Limonta, double bass and voice) (Santiago de Cuba, 15 March 1913 - 17 June …
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