Label: Trebol - T-10561 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Mexico • Genre: Latin, Pop •
That trademark sound, though it has evolved over the decades, was present on "El Grillo," the first single from his self-titled debut album. Its lithe, languid strings, waltz tempo, and passionate folk-rock overtones took radio stations by storm. Its sophistication and creativity were matched by his determination to build on them to create his own sound.
The pinnacle was 's Celos whose title track is his most recognized song and continued to evolve all the way into the 21st century on singles such as "Ven Dame Beso," "Amiga Mia," and "Muchacha de Octubre.
His mother instilled in him a love for music early in life. She taught him to hum and sing, and encouraged his youthful efforts to write. At age nine, shortly after joining the local church choir, he composed the song "Esta Tarde," which they performed.
His resonant tenor voice on his demos caught the ear of record executives. As an actor he was also featured in several telenovelas. During the late '90s he played a recurring role in the telenovela El Privilegio de Amar, and in played himself in the TV movie Mi Verdad. Two albums, 's Serie Max and 's Vive after a return to Fonovisia both placed Booc - Various - Routine the Top 10 on the Latin Pop albums chart, while the latter, an audio-video set of duets and re-recordings, hit the top spot on Mexico's album charts.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Born August 18, El Inclusero - José María Napoleón - Napoleon Mexico.