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  1. Luis Daniel Amaro Obituary (1970 - 2021) | Lancaster ... › luis-daniel-amaro-12754550

    May 21, 2021 · Luis Daniel Amaro Obituary. Here is Luis Daniel Amaro’s obituary. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. We are sad to announce that on May 16, 2021, at the age of 51, Luis Daniel Amaro of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, born in Brooklyn, New York passed away.

  2. Dinle (Beyoncé şarkısı) - Listen (Beyoncé song) - Wikipedia › wiki › Listen_(Beyoncé_song)

    May 21, 2021 · Şarkı, Glee ve Melanie Amaro ikinci sezon galası sırasında Jake Zyrus tarafından da seslendirildi ABD'de The X Factor dizisinin>ilk sezonu , kazanan olarak ortaya çıktı. İki müzik videosu "Listen" için çekildi; performans versiyonu Diane Martel tarafından yönetildi ve ikincisi Vogue Shoot Versiyonu, Matthew Rolston tarafından ...

  3. When You Believe - Wikipedia › wiki › When_You_Believe

    3 days ago · When You Believe" experienced its highest charting in Europe. In Belgium, it reached number five on the Flanders Ultratop 50, and peaked at number four and spent 20 weeks on the Wallonian Ultratop 40. During the week of December 5, 1998, "When You Believe" entered the Dutch Top 40 at number fifty-four.

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  4. Angélica María — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Angélica_María
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    Born in 1944 in New Or­leans, Louisiana, Angélica María is the daugh­ter of Amer­i­can en­tre­pre­neur, Arnold Hart­man, and the­ater pro­ducer, Angélica de Jesús Ortiz San­doval. Fol­low­ing the di­vorce of her par­ents at the age of 5, María moved to Mex­ico Citywith her mother.

    Her mother's sis­ter, Yolanda Ortiz, in­tro­duced lit­tle Angélica to the Mex­i­can Cin­ema when Gre­go­rio Waller­stein, a movie pro­ducer, was look­ing for a boy for his next movie. Angélica told the pro­ducer, "Give me a hair­cut and I'm that boy". Charmed by the girl, he let her into his au­di­tion. She got the role in the movie Pecado ("Sin"). Soon af­ter­wards, she worked on, Una Mujer Decente ("A De­cent Woman"), La Hija de la Otra ("The Daugh­ter of the Mis­tress"), Los Amantes ("The Lovers"), Fiere­cilla (Lit­tle Beast), Sígueme, Corazón ("Fol­low Me, Sweet­heart"). She ob­tained the Ariel award for her role in Mi Es­posa y la Otra ("My Wife and the Mis­tress") when she was 6. She also per­formed in her first fotonov­ela Ray­ito del Sol ("Lit­tle Sun­ray"). She sang in her two next movies, 2 Caras Tiene el Destino ("Des­tiny Has Two Faces") and Los Gavilanes (The Hawks) with su­per­star Pedro In­fante, who told her she would be a great ac­tress, be­cause she spoke with her...

    In 1955, Rita Macedo of­fered her a role in the play La mala semilla (The Bad Seed), which would be the first of a se­ries of plays she was in­volved with while she filmed. When she was 16 she joined the te­len­ov­ela in­dus­try with the pro­duc­tion Car­tas de amor (Love Let­ters). The fol­low­ing year, she acted in mu­si­cals as well as in "lucha libre" movies such as El Señor Tormenta (Lord Storm) and Muerte en el ring (Death in the Ring). At that time she was be­gin­ning to be re­ferred to as La novia de la juventud (Youth's girl­friend) and after her first mu­si­cal, a jour­nal­ist, Oc­tavio de Alba, named her La Novia de México(Mex­ico's girl­friend or Mex­ico's sweet­heart), which is the title she would keep there­after.

    After a few mu­si­cals, she asked for her mother's as­sis­tance (who was also her man­ager) and to­gether with Ar­mando Man­zanero, then a new song­writer, she sang 1962's Eddy Eddy which would even­tu­ally be­come one of her great­est mu­si­cal suc­cesses. Man­zanero took Angélica to see a pro­ducer, and in the same year she re­leased her first album on the Musart record label. The album was a suc­cess, so she began tour­ing and mak­ing movies with teen idols such as César Costa and actor/singer En­rique Guzmán whom she would date later. After join­ing RCA, she would later be­come one of the biggest stars in Latin Amer­ica. In 1973 she met the as­pir­ing singer Juan Gabriel who would be­come one of the biggest sell­ing artists in the world. To­gether, they would record bal­lads per­formed by mari­achi bands. The sin­gle Tú sigues siendo el mismo("You are still the same one") sold one mil­lion copies in the United States alone, and has since then been per­formed by dozens of other s...

    In 1965, she filmed "Fray Torero" (Friar Bull­fighter) in Spain and came back to Mex­ico to work in two movies, and to record her sixth album. Then, she acted in such suc­cess­ful films as 5 de choco­late y 1 de fresa (Five of choco­late and one of straw­berry) and ob­tained the star­ring role in the 1968 film ver­sion of Corazón sal­vaje a movie that made her fa­mous in places as far as China. In 1971, she acted in Ernesto Alonso's te­len­ov­ela Muchacha ital­iana viene a casarse ("Ital­ian girl comes to get mar­ried") which opened the Span­ish tele­vi­sion mar­ket in the United States, and was a suc­cess in Cen­tral Amer­ica and South Amer­ica. She also filmed one of her biggest te­len­ov­e­las Ana del aire ("Ana of the air", play­ing a flight at­ten­dant role). In 1977, she made the te­len­ov­ela ver­sion of her film Corazón sal­vaje, re­leased two al­bums, and per­formed in the play Pa­pac­ito Pier­nas Largas("Daddy Long-legs"), a play that would spun off an album, and broke the...

    In 1974, she met Venezue­lan singer/co­me­dian Raúl Vale, whom she mar­ried in April 1975 in the first wed­ding to be tele­vised in Mex­ico. That year she broke records in New York City when her show was sold out twice in the same day at the Madi­son Square Gar­den. This record has not yet been broken. In No­vem­ber 1975 her daugh­ter, the in­ter­na­tional ac­tress, co­me­dian, singer, and im­per­son­ator Angélica Vale, was born. In 2003 Angélica María, ne­go­ti­at­ing with a major pub­lish­ing house, launched an au­to­bi­og­ra­phy which would re­lease the lesser known as­pects of her life as an ac­tress and a woman. It was pub­lished by Reader's Digestin No­vem­ber 2005. She is flu­ent in Span­ish, Eng­lish, and French.[citation needed]

    In 1980, she recorded her 28th album and cre­ated the show La his­to­ria del cine ("The his­tory of cin­ema") in which she sang, danced, and per­formed var­i­ous char­ac­ters. She changed wardrobes 15 times with­out leav­ing the stage. That same year she recorded an­other album with Juan Gabriel and starred in El hogar que yo robé ("The home I stole") that would be re­made in the 1990s as La usurpadora. Next year she took her show in a tour through­out the Amer­i­cas. In 1982, she recorded an­other "bal­ada ranchera" album and ob­tained a role in her first Eng­lish-lan­guage film Matar a un extraño ("To kill a stranger") and pre­sented a sec­ond show La magia de Angélica María("The magic of Angélica María") in places from New York to Chile. In 2001, Reader's Di­gest re­leased an album of her hits, and she acted in the short Qué me va a hacer. In 2006, joined again the show "Los Grandes del Rock" mak­ing tours through­out Mex­ico, and reteamed with her daugh­ter An­gel­ica Vale for t...

    In 2012 An­gel­ica joined Al­berto Vázquez and César Costain the show TR3S, per­form­ing tours through­out Mex­ico, de­light­ing their Mex­i­can & Latin au­di­ences with their singing voices, up until nowa­days. En­rique Guz­man would join The Troupe, later on. Be­tween June 2013 and 2014, An­gel­ica formed part of the jury of the Span­ish-lan­guage ver­sion of The X Fac­tor, which was broad­cast start­ing that sum­mer on Mund­o­Foxin the United States. In 2013, Angélica launched her most re­cent com­pi­la­tion: 'With Your Love', avail­able at: '"Liq­uid Spins"', as well as par­tic­i­pat­ing dur­ing the 50th An­niver­sary Cel­e­bra­tion of Dis­ney's: It's A Small World After All. In 2014, she joined the en­sem­ble cast of the film: 'Ruta Madre'. She will be a reg­u­lar cast mem­ber of the TV Se­ries: Graves (TV se­ries), (2016).

    1962: Angélica María
    1962: Angélica María Vol.2
    1963: Angélica María Vol.3
    1964: Angélica María Vol.4

    TV shows

    1. 1964: Premier Orfeon 2. TV Musical(several seasons) 3. Los Días Felices(several seasons) 4. 1975: Los Grandes Años del Rock And Roll 5. Exitos Bacardí(several seasons) 6. 1977: Arriba El Telón 7. Siempre En Domingo(yearly seasons) 8. 1984–1985: Angélica María En..... 9. 1986: La Hora Marcada 10. 1989: Tres generaciones 11. 2008–2010: Angélica María Show 12. 2013–2014: El Factor X 13. 2016: Graves

    Hollywood films

    1. 1982: 'To Kill a Strangeras Christina Carver 2. 2003: 'Sea of Dreamsas Rina

    Mexican films

    1. 1950: Pecadoas Miguelito (estreno 1951) 2. 1950: Una mujer decenteas Hijito de Rosa (estreno 1950) 3. 1950: La hija de la otraas Lupita pequeña (estreno 1951) 4. 1950: Los amantesas Gloria (estreno 1951) 5. 1950: Fierecillaas Rosita niña (estreno 1951) 6. 1951: Sígueme corazónas María Luisa (estreno 1952) 7. 1951: Mi esposa y la otraas Carmelita (estreno 1952) 8. 1951: Dos caras tiene el destinoas Rosa María (estreno 1952) 9. 1951: La ausenteas Rosita (1952) 10. 1952: Secretaria particular...

  5. May 27, 2021 · Magdiel Bryan Sanchez Obituary. Here is Magdiel Bryan Sanchez’s obituary. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Magdiel Bryan Sanchez of Rosenberg, Texas, who passed away on May 20, 2021 at the age of 31.

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    May 26, 2021 · The Week of May 26th, 2021. Weighted. Unweighted. 1. ST VINCENT Daddy's Home Loma Vista/Concord. 2. DINOSAUR JR Sweep It Into Space Jagjaguwar. 3. BLACK KEYS, THE Delta Kream Nonesuch.

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    May 27, 2021 · RELEASE DATE 2021-05-21LABEL Khemia RecordsCATALOG: K021 Download AIFF: CASKO - Dictate Without Authority (Original Mix).aif - 46.4 MB CASKO - Extremity

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