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Martirio - Mucho Corazón Album

Martirio - Mucho Corazón Album

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Performer: Martirio
Title: Mucho Corazón
Country: US
Released: 2001
Category: Jazz / Latin
Rating: 4.5
Catalog #: SSC 1114
Label: Sunnyside


1Las Palmeras4:45
2Temes/Por Qué Ahora4:29
4Mañana De Carnaval3:09
5Naranjo En Flor3:51
6Verdad Amarga3:11
7Porque Vas A Venir3:54
8Maria Magdelena4:16
9Maria La Portuguesa5:38
10Mucho Corazón4:05


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
52PM04Martirio Mucho Corazón ‎(CD, Album)52 P.M.52PM04Spain2001
SSC 1114Martirio Mucho Corazón ‎(CD, Album)SunnysideSSC 1114US2001
AQ131Martirio Mucho Corazón ‎(CD, Album, RE)Acqua RecordsAQ131Argentina2006


  • BassJavier Colina
  • Claves, Guiro, Percussion, CowbellAmado Zulueta
  • Double BassPablo Martín
  • Flamenco GuitarPaco De Amparo
  • Flamenco Guitar, Udu, VocalsRaúl Rodríguez
  • GuitarNono Garcia
  • HarmonicaAntonio Serrano
  • PianoChano Domínguez, Jesús Lavilla
  • Rhythm SectionPepe Torres
  • TrumpetJerry Gonzalez
  • VocalsMartirio


Alternate cover
Recorded February-May 2001


  • Barcode (string): 016728111423


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – 52 P.M.
  • Copyright (c) – 52 P.M.
  • Licensed To – Sunnyside Communications, Inc.


Album 2001 10 Songs. Mucho Corazón. Guillermo McGill, Javier Colina, Raúl Rodríguez & Martirio. Temes, Por Qué Ahora. Verdad Amarga. Raúl Rodríguez, Guillermo McGill, Pablo Martín, Jerry Gonzalez & Martirio. María la Portuguesa. Raúl Rodríguez, Nono Garcia, Jesus Lavilla & Martirio. Listen free to Martirio Mucho Corazon Las Palmeras, Mucho corazon and more. 10 tracks 41:20. Maribel Quiñones or María Isabel Quiñones Gutiérrez in full, known under her stage name as Martirio a Spanish given name meaning Martyrdom or Torment, in English is a Spanish singer born in 1954 in Huelva, Spain. She borrows her style and inspiration from flamenco that she adapts or merge with more modern musical trends, especially jazz and tango but also pop, rock, swing, and guaracha, in this sense, she can properly be ranked as a New Flamenco artist. She is also noted for a distinctive look. Mucho Corazon by Martirio, released 17 June 2003 1. Las Palmeras 2. Mucho Corazon 3. Temes Por Que Ahora 4. Verdad Amarga 5. Maria La Portuguesa 6. Insensatez 7. Naranjo En Flor 8. Porque Vas A Venir 9. Mañana De Carnaval 10. Maria Magdalena 1 - Las Palmeras 2 - Mucho Corazon 3 - Temes Por Que Ahora 4 - Verdad Amarga 5 - Maria La Portuguesa 6 - Insensatez 7 - Naranjo En Flor 8 - Porque Vas A Venir 9 - Manana De Carnaval 10 - Maria Magdalena CD Quality - 16 bit, 44. 1 khz Martirio is the Ellis Regina of Spain. In her most recent recordings Martirio has managed to break new ground in her tireless search. Martirio is a longtime Spanish chanteuse with a pan-Latin style. On Mucho Corazon, she collects some of her favorite songs, whether from Bolivia Las Palmeras, Cuba the title track and others, or even Portugal Maria La Portuguesa, with its delving into the fado tradition. There's a jazz touch to many of the arrangements, which suits them well, and Martirio's voice is a gorgeously supple instrument which makes you wonder why she's not better-known outside the Latin world. Mucho corazón is a latin jazz music album recording by MARTIRIO released in 2001 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. MARTIRIO - Mucho corazón. Jazz music community with review and forums. 1 rating 1 review. Album 2001. Filed under Latin Jazz By MARTIRIO. Jazzflamenco artist Martirio was born Maria Isabel Quinones Gutierrez, 1954 in Huelva, Spain. Originally a member of the group Veneno, alongside Kiko, Raimundo, and Rafael Amador, Martirio made her recording industry debut on the 1986 production Est. read more. similar to. martirioweb Albums. Mucho Corazon. Released: Jun to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Mucho Corazón Martirio Mucho Corazón 2001 Nuba Records S. Album starts at 81BPM, ends at 120BPM 39, with tempos within the 81-120BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing