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Celia Cruz

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Real name
Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso de la Santísima Trinidad
Born
October 21, 1924
Died
July 16, 2003
Country
Cuba
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Known to the world as "La Reina de la Salsa" (The Queen of Salsa), she was the most popular Latin artist of the 20th century, gaining twenty-three gold albums during her career. In 1994 she was awarded the National Medal of Arts by US President Bill Clinton.
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Fania All Stars
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Covers by Celia Cruz

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1970 Lucha Villa con el Mariachi Guadalajara
Ay, pena, penita Celia Cruz & Lolita (Celia Cruz, Lolita Flores) 2003 Unverified
Bamboleo Celia Cruz 1988 Unverified
1966 (unknown)
(Celia Cruz, Willie Colon) 1981 Vinícius de Moraes
1967 (unknown)
September 22, 2000 Tito Puente
1967 (unknown)
February 27, 1996 The Beatles
Cruz de navajas Celia Cruz 1993 Unverified
  (Celia Cruz, Willie Colon) 1981 Pedro Infante BRD, Ana María González con acompañamiento de orquesta REC,REL
1962 Grupo Piñita
1998 Dionne Warwick
1994 Miguelito Valdés with Machito and His Afro Cubans
1990 Hermanos Reyes
1964 (unknown)
1964 Ana María González con acompañamiento de orquesta
1962 (unknown)
1979 Los Cinco
1966 (unknown), Cuarteto Caney, (unknown)
Sampled by Wyclef Jean featuring Refugee Allstars
Guantanamera Celia Cruz, Jarabe De Palo & Luciano Pavarotti (Celia Cruz, Jarabe de Palo, Luciano Pavarotti) 2001 Unverified
Hava Nagila Celia Cruz 1964 Unverified
1971 (unknown)
Lágrimas Negras Celia Cruz 1994 Unverified
1964 Trío Nacional con Jose Esquivel y sus trovadores de Barú
La Pachanga Celia Cruz September 22, 2000 Unverified
1964 Gastão Formenti com Orchestra Victor Brasileira, (unknown)
Me voy pa'l pueblo Celia Cruz 1964 Unverified
February 27, 1996 The Beatles
Covered by Lasse Eriksson & Showbandet
Pachito Eché Celia Cruz & Tito Puente (Celia Cruz, Tito Puente) 1985 Unverified
1964 Bobby Capo con la Sonora Matancera
1967 (unknown)
1964 Nelson Pinedo con La Sonora Matancera
Quitate de la Via Perico Celia Cruz 1992 Unverified
1964 (unknown)
Son De La Loma (De La Loma Bajan) Celia Cruz 2004 Unverified
1970 The Archies
1971 (unknown)
Uno Celia Cruz September 22, 2000 Unverified
1977 Antônio Carlos e Jocáfi, Los 3 Sudamericanos
September 22, 2000 Gloria Gaynor
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