Flor Morales Ramos was his name, they called him ‘Ramito’.
Ramito was a patriot like no one and wrote lots of songs about
his beloved Puerto Rico. He was the most productive musician,
I just found a dicography with over 150 titles, incredible.
This is an album I found in a recordstore in Paris, I just
got back from a quick trip to France. One of our loyal visitors
invited me for his birthday party and I met some very nice people
there, sorry I left in a rush everybody, that happens.
I could not resist going to that great Paris recordshop,
and want to thank the chief there, let’s call him ‘F’.
Thanks ‘F’ for helping me find this fantastic Jibara
and lots of other fine music.
To be continued.
1 A los Borincanos
2 Juana de Arco
3 Triste y solitario
4 La tierra mia
5 Soy un desventurado
6 Dulce patria mia
7 El ultimo adios a mi madre
8 Desde mi tumba
9 San Juan Bautista
10 Amanecer Borincano
11 El conde Olivero
12 Tristeza en navidad
If “Un Aguinaldo Para Ti” was the final choice for this album’s name, I’m dying to know what the alternatives were. This being a family show, I won’t speculate…
This cover is screaming out “Listen to Me!”, so I’ll take a poke at it. Thanks, Moos.
ha ha ha, what a funny thing to wonder.. don’t ask me..
Hope you like it Joe, thnx.
Hi Moos !
Nice to meet you in the country, that was a bit short but .. thanks so much for your music !