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    Here in the editorial office we think that Julio Iglesias is the best interpreter that has come out of these lands and that is why we pay tribute to him by choosing 10 songs that have been an important part of our lives.

    When we hear the name of this song we immediately think of a song by «Hector y Tito», however, more than two decades before this song came out. This song, like all the others by this great singer, has a great melancholy included in a lyric full of celebration and joy, and that is why it is one of our favorites.

    Probably the most famous song of his career, it is in seventh place in our ranking and it is thanks to it that millions of people around the world continue to sing his songs either with this original version or some of the thousands that have been made by artists of very different musical styles.

    Jose Jose did a good job, maybe we dare to accept that but never, never, never like what Julio Iglesias achieved with this immense interpretation of the ship of oblivion, one of the greatest songs of the last century interpreted by one of the best singers, simply spectacular.

    3:45julio iglesias en italiano heyjulio iglesias la voz universalyoutube – 23 sep 2019

    On May 12, 2014, he receives the award Most Successful Latin Artist of All Time at the Dorchester Hotel in London, by Sony Music. The recognition is due to having sold more than 300 million records throughout his career. On the 13th and 19th of that month he gave two unforgettable concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in the English capital.

    On July 10, 2015, the song «Fallaste Corazón» was released, included in his new album «México», on sale on September 18. It contains 13 songs that pay tribute to the great Mexican composers. «Usted», «Amanecí En Tus Brazos» and «Échame A Mí la Culpa», are some of the songs included in this work. Also, a version of «México Lindo» with Julión Álvarez.

    María iglesias

    Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva (español: [ˈxuljo iˈɣlesjas]; nacido el 23 de septiembre de 1943) es un cantante, compositor y ex futbolista profesional español. Iglesias es reconocido como el cantante continental europeo de mayor éxito comercial en el mundo y uno de los mayores vendedores de discos en la historia de la música, habiendo vendido más de 100 millones de discos en todo el mundo en 14 idiomas[1] Se estima que a lo largo de su carrera ha realizado más de 5000 conciertos, para más de 60 millones de personas en los cinco continentes. En abril de 2013, Iglesias fue incluido en el Salón de la Fama de los Compositores Latinos.

    En 1983, Iglesias fue celebrado por haber grabado canciones en más idiomas del mundo, y en 2013 por ser el artista de la música latina con más discos vendidos de la historia. En abril de 2013, en Pekín, fue galardonado como el artista internacional más popular de China. En Brasil, Francia, Italia y otros países, Iglesias es el artista extranjero que más discos ha vendido, mientras que en su país natal, España, es el que más discos ha vendido en la historia, con 23 millones de discos.

    Julio iglesias in portuguese

    Chábeli Iglesias Preysler (1971)Julio Iglesias, Jr. Preysler (1973)Enrique Iglesias Preysler (1975) Miguel Alejandro Iglesias Rijnsburger (1997)Rodrigo Iglesias Rijnsburger (1999)Victoria Iglesias Rijnsburger (2001)Cristina Iglesias Rijnsburger (2001)Guillermo Iglesias Rijnsburger (2007)EducationEducated in.

    On December 19, 2018, the American Recording Academy presented Julio Iglesias with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, a special Grammy Award that honors solo or ensemble performers who during their lifetime have made an outstanding contribution to the field of recorded recording.[14] On December 19, 2018, the American Recording Academy presented Julio Iglesias with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, a special Grammy Award that honors solo or ensemble performers who during their lifetime have made an outstanding contribution to the field of recorded recording.[14

    Once recovered, he resumed his studies and traveled to London to learn English, first at Ramsgate and then at Bell’s Language School in Cambridge. Some weekends he sang in a pub, the Air Port Pub, songs that were popular at the time by Tom Jones, Engelbert Humperdinck and The Beatles. And it was there, in Cambridge, that he met Gwendolyne Bollore and who inspired one of his most famous songs: «Gwendolyne».

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