Tiempos Mejores is a 45" LP (single) by Mexican pop singer Yuri. The song was written by Sergio Andradeand it was released in 1984 when Yuri participated in the OTI earning 3rd place and Best Female Performance. This song was not included in any studio album.
|"Tiempos mejores (Instrumental)"
Quinceañera is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 1987. Quinceañera was the first telenovela to talk about substance abuse, date rape and gangs, and is considered to be the first telenovela made for teenagers.
Sergio Pitol Deméneghi was a Mexican writer, translator and diplomat. In 2005, he received the Cervantes Prize, the most prestigious literary award in the Spanish-speaking world.
Con Tan Pocos Años is the second album from Mexican pop music singer and actress Lucerito. It was released on 1984. The first single was "Música", which was the song that she chose to be on OTI. Once again, it was produced by Sergio Andrade through Musart Label.
Yuridia Valenzuela Canseco, commonly known as Yuri, is a Mexican singer, actress and television host. Yuri began her career as a teenage singer in her native country. In 1978 she released her first album titled Tú Iluminas mi Vida. She gained recognition as a result of her participation in the Oti Festival in 1980. In the 1980s and early 1990s, Yuri established herself as one of the most popular pop music singers in Mexico and Latin America. Her vocal quality and versatility allow her to be incorporated into other musical genres, ranging from pop to dance, ranchera and tropical music genres. Thanks to her success and influence, she came to be considered the "Queen of Latin Pop".
Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza is a Mexican professional wrestler who is currently signed to Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA) and All Elite Wrestling (AEW) under the ring name Andrade El Idolo. He is also known for his appearances in Mexico for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre and in Japan for New Japan Pro-Wrestling as La Sombra, and for his appearances with the United States-based promotion WWE as Andrade "Cien" Almas.
The Huilliche uprising of 1712 was an indigenous uprising against the Spanish encomenderos of the Chiloé Archipelago, which was then a part of the Captaincy General of Chile. The rebellion took place in the central part of the archipelago.
Gaudelia Díaz Romero is a former paralympic athlete from Mexico who competed mainly in category B1 distance events. She is also a singer, pianist and actress who has performed under the pseudonym Crystal since the 1980s.
Espanto Jr. is a Mexican luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler currently working for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) portraying a rudo wrestling character. Espanto Jr.'s real name is not a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. He made his professional wrestling debut in 2001 at the age of only 15.
Balón de Oro, also referred to as Mexican Golden Ball, is an annual Mexican awards ceremony by the Mexican Federation of Association Football to the best association football players, head coaches, and referees of the Liga MX each season. Until 1997, it was an annual award, afterwards the prize was rewarded at the end of the football season. Since 1996/97 the single championship was split into two single-round tournaments, giving birth to the current Apertura and Clausura arrangement, and Balón de Oro is followed them. In 2001/02 no awards were handed out as the officials forgot about organising an election. The ceremony entered a 4-year hiatus following the 2012 Clausura until the 2015–16 Liga MX season.
Orquesta La 33 is a Colombian salsa music band. The collective was founded in Bogotá in 2001 by brothers Sergio and Santiago Mejía. The name is taken from the city's Calle 33, in Teusaquillo, the 13th locality of Bogotá, where the band first rehearsed.
The Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best Segunda División manager each month of the season.
This is the discography for Mexican pop singer Yuri.
"El gran varón", also known as Simón, el gran varón, or Simón is a salsa song written in 1986 by Omar Alfanno and sung by Willie Colón. The song narrates the story of Simón, a transgender woman who is rejected by her father for her lifestyle and dies presumably of AIDS, alone in a hospital in New York.
"Te Conozco Bien" is a song by American singer Marc Anthony from his second studio album, Todo a Su Tiempo (1995). The song was written by Omar Alfanno, with production being handled by Marc Anthony and Sergio George. It was released as the first promotional single from the album on May 30, 1995. A salsa song, it sees the singer express certainty that someone is regretful. The song was awarded the Billboard Latin Music Award in 1996 for "Hot Latin Track of the Year" in the Tropical/Salsa field and was nominated for the Tropical Song of the Year award at the 8th Annual Lo Nuestro Awards in the same year. It was a recipient of the ASCAP Latin Award in 1996. Commercially, the song peaked at number seven on the Hot Latin Songs chart and number one on the Tropical Airplay chart in the United States. It was the best-performing song of 1995 on the latter chart. The song was covered by Puerto Rican singer Ángel López as a ballad on his studio album Historias de Amor (2010).
"Saliva" is a song by Mexican singer Thalía from her self titled debut solo album. It was released by Melody/Fonovisa as the album's second single in 1990. The music caused controversy due to the lyrics of a sexual nature and was banned from some Mexican radio stations.
"El Año Viejo" is a song written by the Colombian songwriter Crescencio Salcedo in the cumbia genre. First recorded in 1953, the song has been described as "the legitimate and necessary hymn to say goodbye to the new year."
"La Guaneña" is a Colombian song in the bambuco genre. The song is attributed to Nicanor Díaz. In its list of the 50 best Colombian songs of all time, El Tiempo, Colombia's most widely circulated newspaper, ranked it No. 1 as the best Colombian song of all time and called it the first bambuco.
"Alicia Adorada" is a Colombian song written and performed by Juancho Polo Valencia.
"La Ruana" is a Colombian bambuco song written by José Macías y Luis Carlos González. It was popularized in a recording from the 1950s by Obdulio y Julián.
"Ay Mi Llanura" is a Colombian song in the joropo genre written and performed by Arnulfo Briceño. The song pays tribute to the majesty of the plains of Colombia's Meta Department. In 1967, it won first prize in the VI Festival de la Canción Colombiana. In 1979, it was adopted as the official anthem of the Meta Department.