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|Song by Irma Serrano|
|from the album Mexican Fire|
|English title||Bad soil|
|Songwriter(s)||Juan Antonio Lopez Lopez|
"Tierra mala" (English: "Bad Soil") is a ranchera song by Mexican recording artist Irma Serrano, from her sixth studio album, Mexican Fire (1966).
Irma Consuelo Cielo Serrano Castro is a Mexican pop-folk-singer of chanson, songwriter, actress, politician and vedette. Famous for her "tantalizing," "untamed spitfire" voice, she is one of the most noted performers of the ranchera and corrido genres; she was nicknamed La Tigresa de la Canción Ranchera and later known simply as "La Tigresa". At the same time, she developed a film career of more than a dozen films.
Agustín Yáñez Delgadillo was a notable Mexican writer and politician who served as Governor of Jalisco and Secretary of Public Education during Gustavo Díaz Ordaz's presidency. He is the author of numerous books and the recipient, in 1952 as member of the Academia Mexicana de la Lengua, in 1973, of the Premio Nacional de las Letras. Al filo del agua is universally acknowledge as his masterpiece, according to the Encyclopedia of Latin American and Caribbean literature, 1900-2003 By Daniel Balderston, Mike Gonzalez, page 616.
Regional Mexican is a radio format encompassing the musical genres from the various parts of rural Mexico and the Southwestern United States. Genres include banda, Duranguense, grupero, mariachi, New Mexico music, Norteño, Tejano, Tierra Caliente and others. It is among the most popular radio formats targeting Mexican Americans in the United States.
Irma is a female given name.
Mi Tierra is the third studio album by Cuban-American recording artist Gloria Estefan, released on June 22, 1993 by Epic Records. Produced by husband Emilio Estefan, it is her first Spanish-language album and pays homage to her Cuban roots. The album features Cuban musical genres, including boleros, danzón and son music. Recorded at Crescent Moon Studios in Miami, Florida, Mi Tierra features notable Latin musicians such as Tito Puente, Arturo Sandoval, Cachao López, Chamin Correa and Paquito D'Rivera.
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Nana is a 1944 Mexican film by Celestino Gorostiza and Roberto Gavaldón. The film is an adaptation of Émile Zola's 1880 novel Nana, and is the last film of the Mexican star Lupe Vélez.
Naná is a 1985 Mexican musical, erotic and sexploitation film directed by Rafael Baledón. Based in the 1880 novel Nana, by Emile Zola, the film exposes an exemplary manner the principles of the naturalistic novel. Her protagonist is a beautiful young woman of humble origins who seeks, through the high prostitution, access to a well-off. Naná symbolizes the degradation of the Second Empire. The film is an adaptation of the same name Mexican stageplay produced and starred by the actress and singer Irma Serrano in the 1970s.
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"La De La Mala Suerte" is a pop song written by Mexican pop duo Jesse & Joy. The song is included on their third studio album, ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? (2011), and was released as the third single from the album on 13 March 2012.
Inténtalo is the first studio album by Mexican group 3Ball MTY. It was released on December 6, 2011 under Fonovisa Records label.
"El puente roto" is a ranchera song by Mexican recording artist Irma Serrano, from her sixth studio album, Mexican Fire (1966).
"Miel amarga" is a ranchera song by Mexican recording artist Irma Serrano, from her sixth studio album, Mexican Fire (1966).
15 auténticos éxitos is a greatest hits album by Mexican singer Irma Serrano, released in 1984 by CBS Records International. It features Serrano's fifteen hit songs released from 1963 to 1967.
La tierra, is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1973. Starring Claudia Islas and Ernesto Alonso.
El niño que vino del mar, is a Mexican child telenovela produced by Mapat L. de Zatarain for Televisa in 1999. Starring by Imanol Landeta, Natalia Esperón and Enrique Ibáñez.
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Amalia Macías is a Mexican singer and actress of stage, radio, film, and television. In the 1970s and 1980s, she toured Europe singing Mexican songs.