Paco Ibañez - Paco Ibáñez 1 mp3 album
Composed By, Guitar, Vocals – Paco Ibáñez. Painting – José Ortega (2). Photography By – Stan Wiezniak.
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Francisco "Paco" Ibáñez is a Spanish singer and musician born in Valencia in 1934, before the Spanish Civil War. He went to France in 1952 during the Franco dictatorship in Spain and recorded his first album in 1964. During the events in France of May 1968, he performed in the Sorbonne and became known as a rebel artist. He never composed his own lyrics, but used famous poems, like those of Federico García Lorca, Rafael Alberti or Miguel Hernández.
Category:Paco Ibañez. Spanish singer-songwriter. 20 November 1934 Valencia Francisco Ibáñez Gorostidi. Country of citizenship.
Redirected from Paco Ibanez). Francisco "Paco" Ibáñez (born 20 November 1934 in Valencia) is a Spanish singer and musician. He went to France in 1952 and recorded his first album in 1964. He never composed his own lyrics, but used famous poems, like those of Federico García Lorca, Luis Cernuda, Rafael Alberti or Miguel Hernández. He also sang compositions from Georges Brassens.
Francisco León Barrios (was born 4 October 1974), known as Paco León is a Spanish actor, producer, and director. Born in Seville, his first television experiences were playing in the comedy "Mariquilla Ríe Perlas" and "Castillos en el Aire" on Canal Sur. He was a host of the variety TV show "Cita a Ciegas" and of the TV game show "Triunfa en Casa". He also played the role of Maria in the comedy "Moncloa, ¿Dígame?" on Telecinco.
|Federico García Lorca|
|A1||Canción De Jinete||2:02|
|A2||El Lagarto Está Llorando||2:37|
|A3||Romance A La Luna, Luna||2:12|
|A4||Casida De Las Palomas Oscuras||2:59|
|A5||La Señorita Del Abanico (Canción China En Europa)||1:44|
|A6||Mi Niña Se Fue A La Mar||2:55|
|Luis De Góngora|
|B1||La Mas Bella Niña||2:31|
|B2||Que Se Nos Va La Pascua, Mozas||3:18|
|B3||Y Ríase La Gente! (Letrillas)||2:03|
|B4||Lloraba La Niña||3:14|
|B6||Bien Puede Ser, No Puede Ser||2:15|
- Guitar – Antonio Membrado
- Illustration [Back Sleeve] – Salvador Dalí
- Lyrics By – Federico García Lorca (tracks: A1 to A6), Luis De Góngora (tracks: B1 to B6)
- Music By – Paco Ibáñez*
- Performer – Paco Ibañez
- Photography By – Stan Wiezniack*
- Producer – Moshé-Naïm*
NotesIllustration inédite de la "Canción de Jinete" de F. G. Lorca par Salvador DALI
Illustrated gatefold with lyrics.
|658 022 , 658022||Paco Ibañez||Poèmes De Federico Garcia Lorca Et Luis De Gongora (LP, Album, Gat)||Polydor, Moshé-Naïm||658 022 , 658022||France||1964|
|24 80 020||Paco Ibañez||Poemas De Federico Garcia Lorca Y Luis De Gongora (LP, Album, RE)||Polydor||24 80 020||Spain||1988|
|MN/E 4 CD||Paco Ibañez||Paco Ibañez - 1 (Poemas : Federico García Lorca / Luis De Góngora) (CD, Album, M/Print, RE)||Moshé-Naïm||MN/E 4 CD||Uruguay||1997|
|658 022 GU, 658 022 M 33||Paco Ibañez||Poemas De Federico García Lorca Y Luis De Góngora (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Polydor, Polydor||658 022 GU, 658 022 M 33||Spain||1974|
|658 022, 658 022 GU||Paco Ibañez||Poemas De Federico García Lorca Y Luis De Góngora (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Polydor, Polydor||658 022, 658 022 GU||Spain||1976|