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  • Jorge Negrete, Corridos Y Rancheras

    1:17:12

    Jorge Negrete. (Full Album/Álbum Completo)

    Mexico Lindo - 00:00
    Ay jalisco No Te rajes - 3:11
    Yo Soy Mexicano - 6:45
    Cocula - 10:18
    Juan Charrasqueando - 23:29
    El Jinete - 16:58
    Me He De Comer esa Tuna - 20:27
    Paloma Querida - 23:02
    Ella - 25:47
    San Luis Potosí - 29:14
    Hermosas Fuentes - 32:29
    Fiesta Mexicana - 35:04
    Aunque Lo Quieran o No - 37:59
    Hasta Que perdió Jalisco - 40:59
    La Valentina - 44:11
    Canción Vaquera - 46:45
    La Que Se Fue - 49:33
    El Hijo Del Pueblo - 52:24
    Corrido A Jorge Torres - 55:16
    El Charro Mexicano - 57:55
    Flor De azalea - 1:01:28
    Solo Dios - 1:04:37
    Tequila Con Limón - 1:07:33
    Chaparrita Cuerpo De Uva - 1:10:53
    Amanecer ranchero - 1:14:07

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  • Jorge Negrete. Colección Mexico #9

    1:1:28

    Jorge Negrete. Colección Mexico #9 (Full Album/Álbum Completo)

    Jorge Negrete nació en Guanajuato, Méjico el 30 de noviembre de 1911. Es el segundo miembro de una familia de 5 hermanos. Sus padres David Negrete y Emila Moreno gente de linaje heróicos militares como Pedro Moreno, Pedro Ma. Anaya y Miguel Negrete. JORGE NEGRETE sigue la trayectoria militar entrando al Colegio Militar de Méjico aunque su gran voz lo llevó por otros derroteros. Estudió canto con el Sr, José Pierson director de la Impulsora Mejicana de Opera y descubridor de otras grandes voces como Ortiz tirado, Pedro Vargas, Mercedes Mendoza. Jorge era barítono.

    1. México Lindo 00:00
    2. Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes 03:11
    3. Yo Soy Mexicano 06:44
    4. Cocula 10:18
    5. Juan Charrasqueado 13:29
    6. El Jinete 16:57
    7. Me He de Comer Esa Tuna 20:27
    8. Paloma Querida 23:01
    9. Ella 25:47
    10. San Luis Potosí 29:13
    11. Hermosas Fuentes 32:29
    12. Fiesta Mexicana 35:04
    13. Aunque Lo Quieran o No 37:58
    14. Hasta Que Perdio Jalisco 40:59
    15. La Valentina 44:10
    16. Canción Vaquera 46:45
    17. La Que Se Fue 49:32
    18. El Hijo del Pueblo 52:22
    19. Corrido de Jorge Torres 55:15
    20. El Charro Mexicano 57:54

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  • México Lindo y Querido - Jorge Negrete Full HD

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  • JORGE NEGRETE -- MEXICO LINDO Y QUERIDO

    5:58

    JORGE NEGRETE (1911-2013) EN EL 60° ANIVERSARIO DE SU PARTIDA HOMENAJE-CANTA MÉXICO LINDO Y QUERIDO, LA CANCIÓN DE LAS CANCIONES - DEL CORAZÓN Y ALMA DE MÉXICO - 5 DE DICIEMBRE 1953 // 5 DE DICIEMBRE 2013 --- JORGE NEGRETE CYBER CLUB MUNDIAL -- ¡¡¡ No te lo pierdas, visita nuestra web !!! mucho más sobre la vida de Jorge Negrete en : -- , web dedicada íntegramente a Jorge Negrete El Charro Cantor - Ramón Garcia (Jorge Negrete), y su esposa Soledad (Gloria Marín), son humildes campesinos de Jeréz (Zacatecas), quienes se ven en la triste obligación de emigrar a la Capital, para buscar un mejor destino económico. Pero su llegada
    se ve llena de desgracias que el melodrama citadino reserva a los provincianos.

    Entre las desgracias incluye la de hacerse rico, pues Ramón triunfa en un programa radial llamado La Hora del Aficionado, convirtiéndose en un famoso cantante, lo que le atrae, además de la riqueza, graves problemas de identidad y de relación con su abnegada esposa.

    En el video se aprecia justamente el momento en que Ramón García (Jorge Negrete), interpreta la hermosa y premonitoria canción México Lindo, compuesta por Chucho Monje que se ha llegado a convertir prácticamente en Himno Nacional de México.

    Les invitamos pues a que disfruten de este nuevo vídeo presentado por Jorge Negrete Cyber Club Mundial -- el sitio en internet de tributo y homenaje permanente a la memoria del Gran Charro Cantor


    En esta ocasión presentamos a ustedes una de las películas que quizás
    provoca los sentimientos mas encontrados entre los admiradores de Jorge
    Negrete, ya que la atmósfera creada por Julián Soler (director), dista muchísimo
    de las acostumbradas escenas campestres, idílicas y románticas que tan honda huella nos han ido dejando. En cambio en Siempre
    Tuya vemos a un Negrete enfrentado a las mas duras tareas y faenas necesarias
    para poder subsistir en una capital que ofrece pocas oportunidades a quienes llegan en busca de mejores horizontes, la ambientación resulta muy real y mas la actuación, en la que Jorge debe representar a un zacatecano empobrecido y agotado por las seguidillas de frustraciones en la busqueda de trabajo. No menos relevante es el rol de Gloria Marín quien a pesar de una negativa de su marido a que le acompañe en busca de mejores oportunidades, ella igual decide ir, afrontando juntos la serie de infortunios que les toca vivir.

    Por lo anterior es que resulta comprensible reconocer que no a todos los admiradores de Jorge Negrete les gusta este film, quizas por lo exagerado del drama humano que ahí se representa, o por ver a un Negrete ya no tan gallardo arriba de un brioso corcel, sino que cubierto de lodo, agotado y sudoroso en una ladrillera junto a su noble mujer,a quien luego abandona tras ser seducido por una atractiva y frívola actriz. Creemos que esta película demuestra que Jorge Negrete, además de ser un artista completo en el canto, también
    lo fue en la actuación dramática. Nos guste o no el rol que deba representar, como es el caso de Siempre Tuya.


    México Lindo y Querido
    (Chucho Monge)
    intérprete : Jorge Negrete

    Voz de la guitarra mía,
    al despertar la mañana
    quiere cantar su alegría
    a mi tierra mexicana

    Yo le canto a sus volcanes
    a sus praderas y flores
    que son como talismanes
    del amor de mis amores

    México Lindo y Querido
    si muero lejos de ti
    que digan que estoy dormido
    y que me traigan aquí

    Que digan que estoy dormido
    y que me traigan aquí
    México Lindo y Querido
    si muero lejos de ti

    Que me entierren en la sierra
    al pie de los magueyales
    y que me cubra esta tierra
    que es cuna de hombres cabales

    Voz de la guitarra mía,
    al despertar la mañana
    quiere cantar su alegría
    a mi tierra mexicana

    México Lindo y Querido
    si muero lejos de ti
    que digan que estoy dormido
    y que me traigan aquí

    Que digan que estoy dormido
    y que me traigan aquí
    México Lindo y Querido
    si muero lejos de ti


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  • Jorge Negrete - Mexico lindo y querido

    3:14

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

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  • JORGE NEGRETE------BIOGRAFIA

    50:27

    BIOGRAFIA DEL CHARRO CANTOR.
    Esa manera de interpretar las canciones rancheras era muy genuina: los acentos, inflexiones que en las grabaciones de los primeros mariachis se pueden apreciar, Jorge Negrete los hacía y no obstante su depurada técnica, se escucha y siente bravío, mexicano.

  • Jorge Negrete - Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes

    2:11

    Una bellísima interpretación del ídolo Jorge Negrete compuesta por Manuel Esperón con letra de Ernesto Cortázar.

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  • Jorge Negrete - El Día Que Me Quieras

    3:05

    Una bellísima interpretación del ídolo Jorge Negrete que no es una canción sino unos versos de Amado Nervo musicalizados por el maestro Manuel Esperón.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Amor Con Amor Se Paga

    3:50

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta a lado de Pedro Vargas este inmortal tema de Manuel Esperón con letra de Ernesto Cortázar en la película Hay Un Niño En su Futuro.

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  • JORGE NEGRETE---COPLAS DE RETACHE

    14:59

    ESTAS COPLAS DE RETACHE SE CANTAN EN LA PELICULA ALLA EN EL RANCHO GRANDE
    Un 30 de noviembre ,de 1911, nació en la ciudad de Guanajuato Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno que sería conocido por todo el mundo como: Jorge Negrete, el Charro Cantor.
    Nadie como Jorge Negrete ha llevado mejor la imagen de México por todo el mundo. Nadie como él ha cantado a su Patria con tanto fervor, representando nuestro genuino folclore, a nuestra nacionalidad y a nuestro hombre de campo. Todo un personaje con una voz inigualable y una fuerte personalidad que ha sido un símbolo de lo que tenemos de más auténtico. Jorge Negrete es ya un inmortal y lo recordamos,sintiéndolo muy nuestro.fue un formidable cantante y actor mexicano cuyo atractivo personal y voz inconfundible le elevaron a la categoría de mito de la música de su país.
    De Jorge Negrete diría Carlos Pellicer: Fue el corazón derramado, el vaso de canciones, herido en plena guitarra a la luz de nuestros campos galopantes, toda una noche de amorosa tristeza. Divulgó universalmente la canción mexicana, apasionando por México a millones de seres. El charro valiente del cinematógrafo, fue el camarada generoso y valiente, defensor de los derechos de su gremio.
    México lo sintió pasar como un canto a caballo, mientras el águila devora la serpiente.

  • Voice Teacher Reacts to Jorge Negrete - Yo Soy Mexicano

    8:56

    Watch as seasoned voice teacher and performer Andy Davis reacts to Yo Soy Mexicano as sung by Jorge Negrete in the film El Peñòn de las Animas (1942).

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  • Homenaje a Jorge Negrete

    7:55

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    Leyendas de Mi Pueblo

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  • El jinete. Jorge Negrete

    3:30

    José Alfredo Jiménez Sandoval(1926-1973) está considerado como el mejor cantautor de música ranchera de todos los tiempos. A los 8 años llegó a la Ciudad de México y empezó a componer sus primeras canciones. Según Miguel Aceves Mejía, que le apadrinó en sus primeras grabaciones profesionales, no tenía ninguna educación musical ni sabía tocar ningún instrumento, pero aún así compuso más de un millar de canciones. Falleció a la edad de 47 años, a consecuencia de la cirrosis hepática que padecía desde hacía tiempo.

    El huapango es un género musical mexicano basado en compás ternario. El origen del huapango se remonta al siglo XVII y es producto de la fusión de las tradiciones musicales de los indígenas nativos del lugar con la instrumentación propia de los españoles y muy particularmente, en este caso, del flamenco. Estas influencias se observan también en la instrumentación, la rítmica de 6 por 8, el canto con falsete y el zapateado sobre tarima que juega un papel importante en la composición musical del género. De ahí, la palabra huapango derivada del vocablo náhuatl cuauhpanco, que literalmente significa sobre la tarima.

    Jorge Negrete y José Alfredo Jiménez fueron buenos amigos, aunque nunca cantaron a dúo. Negrete cantó este tema como fondo, en el inicio de su película EL RAPTO. Pero yo he preferido ilustrarla con imágenes más apropiadas al tema y sacadas de otro de sus films: EL PEÑÓN DE LAS ÁNIMAS.

    EL JINETE.
    Letra y Música: José Alfredo Jiménez

    Por la lejana montaña
    va cabalgando un jinete;
    vaga solito en el mundo
    y va deseando la muerte

    Lleva en su pecho una herida,
    va con su alma destrozada,
    quisiera perder la vida
    y reunirse con su amada

    La quería más que a su vida
    y la perdió para siempre.
    Por eso lleva una herida;
    por eso busca la muerte

    En su guitarra cantando
    se pasa noches enteras;
    hombre y guitarra llorando
    a la luz de las estrellas

    Después se pierde en la noche
    y aunque la noche es muy bella
    él va pidiendole a Dios
    que se lo lleve con ella

    La quería más que a su vida
    y la perdió para siempre.
    Por eso lleva una herida;
    por eso busca la muerte.

  • GRANADA Jorge Negrete En su tono original.

    3:33

    ESTE VIDEO CONTIENE EL AUDIO DE LA CANCIÓN GRANADA INTERPRETADA POR JORGE NEGRETE EN UNA PRESENTACIÓN EN VIVO, HA SIDO RESTAURADA Y PUESTA EN SU TONO ORIGINAL (UN SEMITONO ARRIBA DE LA VERSIÓN REMASTERIZADA POR EL SELLO ORFEON), YA QUE HA SIDO EL PROPIO LORENZO NEGRETE, NIETO DEL CHARRO CANTOR QUIEN A MENCIONADO ESTE DEFECTO EN LA GRABACIÓN QUE SE CONOCE HOY EN DÍA. ESTA NUEVA RESTAURACIÓN HA SIDO FILTRADA Y LIMPIADA DE RUIDOS AMBIENTALES, MÁS NO SE LE AGREGARON MAS EFECTOS DE SONIDO, SIN EMBARGO SI SE ELIMINÓ LA PARTE DE LA MUSICA DESPUES DE LA PRIMERA ESTROFA QUE TOCABA LA ORQUESTA, PUES INTERRUMPIA LA FLUIDEZ DE LA CANCIÓN Y LE RESTABA LUCIMIENTO A LA INTERPRETACIÓN DE NEGRETE. ESPERO SEA DE SU AGRADO.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Ella

    3:25

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Paloma Querida

    2:48

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Entre suspiro y suspiro

    3:14

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete y Pedro Infante: De México para el Mundo II...

    40:20

    Continuando con estos dos grandes íconos Mexicanos, les entrego la segunda selección de sus canciones ya clásicas, como siempre para escucharlas a cualquier hora del día. Salud!!!

  • Jorge Negrete - Solo dios

    2:59

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Ay, Jalisco no te rajes

    2:26

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Allá En El Rancho Grande

    2:01

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete interpreta este tema inmortal de Emilio de Uranga en la película homónima.

    Audio y Video procesado en ABGA Studios.


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  • Corrido México - Madrid - Jorge Negrete Full HD

    4:26

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  • Tequila con limón - Jorge Negrete

    3:31

    Cancion de la pelicula Me he de comer esa tuna, con Jorge Negrete, Antonio Badú y El chicote

  • Jorge Negrete - Coplas De Retache

    4:04

    El ídolo Jorge Negrete y Amanda Ledesma interpretan estas simpáticas coplas de retache en la película Cuando Quiere Un Mexicano.


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  • JORGE NEGRETE ----TE QUIERO COMO A NADIE

    3:03

    CANCION CANTADA EN LA PELICULA LOS TRES ALEGRES COMPADRES de Manuel Esperón y Ernesto Cortázar
    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno, conocido en el cine como Jorge Negrete, nació el 30 de noviembre de 1911, en el pueblo Mexicano de Guanajuato. Hijo del teniente coronel David Negrete Fernandez y Emilia Moreno Anaya. Jorge Tuvo dos hermanos David y Ruben, este último murió de recién nacido, y tres hermanas, Consuelo, Emilia y Teresa.



    Jorge nació frente a la Plazuela del Ropero, donde en la actualidad se ha colocado una placa en su honor. Para 1921, su padre deja la vida militar y se muda con su familia a la ciudad de México. En esta nueva ciudad, se dedica a ser profesor de matemáticas en escuelas oficiales y en el Colegio alemán Alexander Von Humboldt. Es en esta casa de estudios donde sus hijos se educaron. Jorge terminó sus estudios secundarios y pudo aprender alemán, italiano e inglés. Después ingresa al Heroico Colegio Militar, en donde se gradua como Teniente de Caballería y Administración (Intendencia) del Ejercito Mexicano con honores. Fue ahí donde aprendió a montar a caballo, que le serviría de mucho para la grabación de futuras películas.

    Jorge trabajó en la Fabrica de Armas de la Ciudadela, como administrativo y parcialmente estudió la carrera de Medicina. Luego estudió canto con el director de la Compañía Impulsora de Ópera de México, José Pierson. Con el grado de capitán segundo, Jorge decide pedir licencia al ejército mexicano para dedicarse por completo a su carrera como cantante, su mayor sueño estaba por hacerse realidad. Negrete comenzó a cantar canciones románticas mexicanas y napolitanas, y en 1932 utiliza el seudónimo de Alberto Moreno y canta para la estación de radio XEW, pero el locutor Arturo de Cordova, quien se hizo su amigo, le aconseja usar su primer nombre y apellido como nombre artístico.

  • Jorge Negrete - Alla en el rancho grande

    2:18

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Ojos Tapatíos

    4:05

    El innigualable Jorge Negrete interpreta Ojos Tapatíos de Velázquez-Méndez con arreglo de Manuel Esperón en la película Allá En El Rancho Grande.
    El audio y video fueron procesados y restaurados en ABGA Studios.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Por amor a una mujer

    3:31

    Al igual que el vídeo de Huapango Ranchero, este otro ya lo había subido antes, sin embargo esta vez con su título correspondiente y con una calidad más digna del Gran Charro Cantor... escuchen bien los cambios de tono que hace JN absolutamente increíbles... Disfruten el Video...

  • Jorge Negrete y Pedro Infante Coplas Couplets

    4:48

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  • Jorge Negrete.-Flor De Azalea

    4:52

  • Jorge Negrete, Yo soy Mexicano

    3:59

    YO SOY MEXICANO

    Música:
    Ernesto Cortázar
    Manuel Esperón





    Yo soy mexicano, mi tierra es bravía,
    palabra de macho que no hay otra tierra más linda
    y más brava, que la tierra mía

    Yo soy mexicano y orgullo lo tengo,
    nací despreciando la vida y la meurte
    y si echo bravatas, también las sostengo

    Mi orgullo es ser charro, valiente y braga'o,
    traer mi sobrero con plata borda'o,
    que naiden me diga que soy un raja'o

    Correr mi caballo, en pelo monta'o,
    pero más que todo seré enamora'o
    yo soy mexicano, muy atravesa'o

    Yo soy mexicano, por suerte mía,
    la vida ha querido que por todas partes
    se me reconozca por mi valentía

    Yo soy mexicano, de naiden me fío
    y como Cuauhtémoc cuando estoy sufriendo,
    antes que rajarme, me aguanto y me río

    Me gusta el sombrero, echado de la'o
    pistola que tenga cacha de pela'o,
    fumar en hojita tabaco pica'o,
    jugar a los gallos, saberme afama'o
    pero más que todo, ser enamora'o

    Yo soy mexicano, muy atravesa'o




    María Félix y Jorge Negrete empezaron una mala relación durante el rodaje de El Peñón de las Ánimas (1943), de Miguel Zacarías, ya que él había solicitado a su novia Gloria Marín para el papel principal (lo cual había sucedido antes). Si por esta causa el rodaje de El peñón de las ánimas fue difícil, y según algún reportero de la prensa sensacionalista, esto condujo al enfrentamiento directo. De modo que con el supuesto incidente contribuiría a la fama de La Doña como una mujer dura, que tanto contribuyó a su éxito. Tras el rodaje de El Peñón de las ánimas, su fama ya no paró de crecer. Fuente : Wikipedia.

    Título El Peñón de las Ánimas
    Ficha técnica
    Dirección [[Miguel Zacarías]]
    Producción Jesús Grovas]]
    Guión Miguel Zacarías
    Música Ernesto Cortazár
    Manuel Esperón
    Editor Jose W. Bustos
    Fotografía Víctor Herrera
    Reparto Jorge Negrete
    María Félix
    Carlos López Moctezuma
    Datos y cifras
    País(es) México
    Año 1942
    Duración 121 minutos
    Idioma(s) Español
    Compañías
    Distribución Producciones Grovas
    Ficha en IMDb

    El Peñón de las Ánimas es una película mexicana de drama romántico estrenada en 1942, dirigida por Miguel Zacarías y protagonizada por Jorge Negrete y por María Félix. La película marco el debút cinematográfico de la legendaria Doña.
    Contenido
    [ocultar]


    La película habla sobre la rivalidad existente entre dos familias nobles, los Valdivia y los Iturriaga, sobre el dominio de una propiedad a la que se refieren como El Peñón de las Ánimas. Las rencillas entre las dos familias se agudizan con el romance de los jóvenes Fernando Iturriaga Jorge Negrete y María Angela Valdivia María Félix.
    Reparto [editar]

    * Jorge Negrete como Fernando Iturriaga
    * María Félix como María Angela Valdivia
    * Carlos López Moctezuma como El Señor Valdivia
    * René Cardona como Manuel

    Comentarios

    Esta película marcó el debut cinematográfico de María Félix. La filmación estuvo llena de rencillas con su co-protagonista, Jorge Negrete, debido a que este había solicitado, en vano, a su entonces compañera sentimental Gloria Marín como su compañera. Diez años después, Félix y Negrete se casaron.



    Peñón de las Ánimas, El. (1943)

    El peñón de las Ánimas.
    Género:
    Drama / Romántica

    Nacionalidad:
    México

    Director:
    Miguel Zacarías

    Actores:
    Jorge Negrete
    María Félix
    René Cardona
    Carlos López Moctezuma
    Miguel Ángel Ferriz
    Virginia Manzano
    Conchita Gentil Arcos
    Manuel Dondé
    Roberto Cañedo
    Julio Ahuet
    Hernán Vera
    Paco Astol
    Paco Martínez
    Trío Calaveras
    Armando Sáenz

    Productor:
    Jesús Grovas
    Miguel Zacarías

    Guión:
    Miguel Zacarías

    Fotografía:
    Víctor Herrera
    Luis Medina
    Enrique Wallace

  • Quihubo cuando. Jorge Negrete y Trío Calaveras 1952

    3:45

    DOS TIPOS DE CUIDADO es una película mexicana filmada en agosto de 1952 y estrenada el 5 de noviembre de 1952 en los cines Mariscala de la ciudad de México. Es una comedia ranchera protagonizada por los dos grandes ídolos de la cinematografía mexicana: Jorge Negrete y Pedro Infante y escrita y dirigida por Ismael Rodríguez.

    La película narra la historia de dos amigos en el México rural de los años cincuenta: Jorge Bueno (Jorge Negrete) y Pedro Malo (Pedro Infante). Ambos comparten aficiones como parranda, juego y mujeres. Pero, a pesar de su complicidad en sus múltiples correrías en el pueblo, están realmente enamorados de dos mujeres a las que quieren para novias formales y con las cuales se comportan con toda propiedad.

    Ambos protagonistas acordaron interpretar el mismo número de canciones en la película. Felipe Gil Barradas, compositor veracruzano conocido como El Charro Gil y autor de Pancho Pistolas, que fue parte de la banda sonora de la película animada de Walt Disney LOS TRES CABALLEROS fue el autor de este tema.

    QUIUBO, CUANDO. Huapango
    Letra y música: Felipe Gil Barradas

    Mi prietita me parece que es la hora del huapango.
    Mientras su hamaca se mece, yo nomás la estoy mirando.
    Y al verla que se estremece le pregunto: ¿Quiubo cuándo?
    ¿Quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, cuándo?

    Esa niña del rebozo tiene un rato suspirando
    Si su charro no la quiere, ya le estamos dimos dando.
    Y pa'que no esté tan triste le pregunto: ¿Quiubo cuándo?
    ¿Quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, cuándo?

    Aunque en amor no soy nuevo, tampoco me estoy pasando.
    Yo soy como el pan de huevo, que en cualquier boca me ablando.
    Y al verla sólo me atrevo y le pregunto: ¿Quiubo cuándo?
    ¿Quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, cuándo?

    En la rama de un encino un jilguero está cantando.
    ¡Ay qué chula trigueñita para hacerla de mi bando!
    Y con todo mi respeto, le pregunto: ¿Quiubo cuándo?
    ¿Quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, cuándo?

    Ese charro y esa china nomás se están contemplando.
    Ya no se hagan de papeles y ya pueden irle dando.
    Y para no ser indiscreto, les pregunto: ¿Quiubo cuándo?
    ¿Quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, quiubo, cuándo?

    El buey potro en el potrero relincha de vez en cuando.
    Pues si sabe que la quero no me tenga suspirando.
    Y ante todo lo primero le pregunto: ¿Quiubo Cuando?
    ¿Quiubo, quiubo, quiubo…quiubo, Cuando?
    ¿Pos quiubo… Quiubo, Cuando?

    VOCABULARIO
    quiubo: ¿Qué hubo? ¿Qué pasó?
    prietita: morenita, quemada por el sol
    huapango: género musical mexicano de compás ternario
    pan de huevo: típico de Veracruz. Panecillo dulce de leche y huevo
    trigueña: (amer) chica de pelo oscuro o castaño
    charro: (mex) ganadero o campesino mexicano
    china: mujer de rasgos indígenas
    potrero: (amer) terreno donde pasta el ganado
    quero: (mex) quiero

  • JORGE NEGRETE ---- GRANADA

    3:33

    ESTE VIDEO CONTIENE EL AUDIO DE LA CANCIÓN GRANADA INTERPRETADA POR JORGE NEGRETE EN UNA PRESENTACIÓN EN VIVO HA SIDO RESTAURADA Y PUESTA EN SU TONO ORIGINAL (UN SEMITONO ARRIBA DE LA VERSIÓN REMASTERIZADA POR EL SELLO ORFEON

  • Jorge Negrete - Cocula

    3:15

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Yo Soy Mexicano

    3:34

    Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (November 30, 1911 December 5, 1953) is considered one of the most popular Mexican singers and actors of all time.

    Negrete was born in Guanajuato where he was raised together with his brother and three sisters: David, Consuelo, Emilia and Teresa, and also lived in San Luis Potosí. He graduated with the rank of sub-lieutenant from El Colegio Militar, Mexico's military academy.

    Handsome, with a very strong will and a trained, fascinating voice, he is still a top idol in Mexico, Spain and Latin America, more than 50 years after his death. His recording of México Lindo y Querido (Beautiful and Beloved México), his country's unofficial anthem, is the best known recording of the song. His career is often compared to that of Pedro Infante, the best known and most popular Mexican actor of the time. The public rivalry didn't carry over to their private lives, as they were close friends until Negrete's death.

    He married twice, to famous actresses with whom he shared credits: Elisa Christy (with whom he had a daughter, Diana Negrete) and María Félix. He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years. Gloria Marín co-starred in 10 out of his 44 films.

    He started his career singing on the radio in 1931 in Mexico City singing operatic parts. In 1936 he signed with NBC for a television program with Cuban and Mexican musicians. He returned to Mexico in 1937 to act in the film La Madrina Del Diablo (The Devil's Godmother) and because of the success of the film he was able to sign for several more the next three years. In 1938 he starred in La Valentina with Elisa Christy and then in Juntos Pero No Revueltos (Together But Not Mixed).

    After working in Havana and Hollywood he was called to act in ¡Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes! (Hey Jalisco, Don't Back Down!) which made him an international Latin star and helped formulate the charro film genre. Filming this movie he met Gloria Marín, starting their romance and the string of movies they filmed together. He complemented his film career by singing rancheras with the trio Los Tres Calaveras and touring Latin America, singing concerts and making personal appearances.

    He was offered the main role in El Peñon de las Ánimas (The Rock of Souls) and wanted Marín to be his co-star. In spite of his protests, newcomer María Félix became his star and eventually his wife, although they at first despised each other while filming the movie.

    He was one of the founders, and the most important leader, of the Mexican Actors Association (ANDA), succeeding Mario Moreno Cantinflas as its chairman. He was a fierce advocate for the rights of film professionals in Mexico.

    He was the first to die of the Tres Gallos Mexicanos, or 'Three Mexican Roosters' (as he, Infante and Javier Solís, a younger star, were called; the three died within a span of 13 years). Negrete died in Los Angeles during a professional visit, of hepatitis, an illness with which he had been infected while working as a musician in New York. According to his wishes, his body was flown back to, and buried in, Mexico City. Thousands of fans attended his funeral and followed the hearse to the cemetery, El Panteón Jardín, where he was buried in the actors corner. On December 5, fans still pay tribute to the El Charro Cantor (Singing Mexican Horseman) at his tomb, and television and radio stations stage marathons of his films and songs.

  • Jorge Negrete - Juan Charrasqueado

    3:33

    Dicen que a través de los corridos se contaban las historias; esto podría ser cierto y de hecho que habrán muchas historias similares: Voy a cantarles un corrido muy mentado, lo que ha pasado allá en la Hacienda de la Flor, la triste historia de un ranchero enamorado, que fue borracho, parrandero y jugador. Juan se llamaba y lo apodaban Charrasqueado. Era valiente y arriesgado en el amor, a las mujeres más bonitas se llevaba, de aquellos campos no quedaba ni una flor...

  • La Chancla- Jorge Negrete

    3:29

  • Armando Infante y Jorge Negrete Jr - Dos Tipos De Cuidado

    4:25

    Cantan Armando Infante y Jorge Negrete Jr - Dos Tipos De Cuidado

  • Jorge Negrete - El Gallero

    2:25

    Jorge Negrete nació en Guanajuato, Méjico el 30 de noviembre de 1911. Debuta en Radio y en Cine con la película La madrina del diablo 1937, La valentina 1938, entre otras.
    Sus ansias artísticas le llevaron a viajar por Estados Unidos de América donde interpretara canciones cubanas y mejicanas.Viaja a Méjico a protagonizar el filme que le llevaría al éxito: Ay Jalisco no te rajes. Con cada película se fue encumbrando hasta ser el Idolo mejicano y de todo el mundo de habla hispana. En este disco se pueden encontrar temas como México Lindo, Ay Jalisco, El ahijado de la Muerte, la Feria de las Flores, el Sueño o El Hijo del Pueblo. Un conjunto de éxitos que hacen inolvidable al increible actor/cantante que alcanzó la figura de Leyenda.

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  • Jorge Negrete - Huapango Ranchero

    5:22

    El Gran Jorge Negrete con este Huapango sublime, fue el primer video que subí, apenas hace un año, pero esta vez decidí volverlo a subir con una calidad mejor, ay vean la diferencia, si bien no es excelente al menos esta más a la altura del grandísimo Charro Inmortal... disfruten el video y la gran voz del máximo exponente de la canción Mexicana...

  • Carlos Donald en Vivo teatro Jorge Negrete

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  • Carta De Amor - Jorge Negrete

    3:35

    Título de la canción: Carta de Amor.
    Intérprete: Jorge Negrete y Orquesta de Manuel Esperón.
    Autores: Ernesto Cortázar y Manuel Esperón
    Pieza musical restaurada.
    Audio: monofónico.
    Grabación de 1943.
    Esta versión tiene la peculiaridad de ser en realidad la composición de 3 fuentes sonoras distintas:
    La primera y principal fuente es la banda sonora de la película Una Carta de Amor, dirigida por Miguel Zacarías.
    La segunda fuente sonora es el álbum doble llamado Jorge Negrete: Algo de lo desconocido de su vida...y su música. Grabaciones del archivo de la familia Negrete (LP-JM-27), publicado por el sello Orfeón en 1964.
    La tercera fuente de audio es el disco LP El Charro Inolvidable -
    Volumen III (MKL-1129), publicado por el sello RCA Victor en 1961.
    La versión aquí compartida es similar a la que se escucha en la banda sonora de la cinta mencionada, pero con la diferencia de que hemos restaurado la cortinilla de presentación o telón de gala musical, cortesía de Manuel Esperón, que si ésta presente en las 2 versiones de estudio que Jorge Negrete grabó para la RCA, pero que fue cortada de la banda sonora de la película. Además, los negretistas de corazón notarán que en la versión aquí presentada, los diálogos de Sara García y Andrés Soler a mitad de la canción quedaron eliminados, sin alterar la experiencia de escucha, Aunque la canción Carta de Amor, interpretada por Jorge Negrete, está disponible en diferentes versiones en YouTube, en algunos casos el audio está demasiado acelerado y en otros se escucha la canción un semitono o hasta un tono abajo de lo normal, por deficiencias en el proceso de transcripción. La versión de Radio Quelite es presentada a la velocidad de reproducción correcta y es la más larga, disponible hasta la fecha. La imagen de video con el disco de pasta shellac girando en la tornamesa a 78 revoluciones por minuto, es meramente simbólico o ilustrativo.
    Te invitamos a visitar el blog de Radio Quelite en donde hemos publicado una biografía de Jorge Negrete con datos poco conocidos y en donde también compartimos información acerca de la música tradicional y popular mexicana.

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  • Jorge Negrete, VENGO A VERTE OTRA VEZ

    2:49

    El Charro Inmortal interpreta a Manuel Esperón y Ernesto Cortázar en la película Hasta que perdió Jalisco.

  • Pedro Infante, Jorge Negrete, José Alfredo y Vicente Cantando Ella Quiso Quedarse

    3:09

    Pedro Infante

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    3:49

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    3:12

  • JORGE NEGRETE Y PEDRO INFANTE ---MIA

    2:19

    DOS TIPOS DE CUIDADO
    México, 1952.
    Dirección: Ismael Rodríguez. Producción: Cinematográfica Tele Voz, Cinematográfica Atlántida, Miguel Alemán Jr. y David Negrete. Jefe de producción: Julio Guerrero Tello. Guión: Ismael Rodríguez y Carlos Orellana. Fotografía: Nacho Torres. Alumbrador: Daniel López. Operadores: Ignacio Romero y Pablo Ríos. Edición: Gloria Schoemann. Ayudante: Pedro Velázquez. Escenografía: José Rodríguez G. Supervisor de sonido: James L. Fields. Grabación de diálogos: José B. Carles. Regrabación: Galdino Samperio. Efectos especiales de sonido: Jorge Benavides. Jefe de producción: Antonio Guerrero Tello. Asistente del director: Mario Llorca. Anotador: Pedro López. Maquillaje: Rosa Guerrero. Peluquería: Juana Lepe. Música: Manuel Esperón. Canciones: Federico Curiel (La mujer), Manuel Esperón (Canción mexicana), Manuel Esperón y Ernesto Cortázar (Serenata tapatía), M. Esperón y P. Urdimalas (Copla), M. Esperón y F. Bermejo (Dos almas), Salvador Flores R (La tertulia), Manuel M. Ponce (Serenata mexicana), Méndez Velázquez y J.F. Elizondo (Ojos tapatíos), y José Antonio Méndez (La gloria eres tú).
    Intérpretes: Jorge Negrete (Jorge Bueno), Pedro Infante (Pedro Malo), José Elías Moreno (general, padre de Genoveva), Carmen González (Rosario), Yolanda Varela (María), Mimí Derba (Josefa, madre de Jorge y de María), Carlos Orellana (don Elías), Queta Lavat (Genoveva), Arturo Soto Rangel (doctor), niño José Luis Moreno.

  • JORGE NEGRETE, Golondrinas de Capistrano.

    3:01

    Jorge Negrete interpreta a León René, en la versión española de E. de la Torre. Grabación de finales de los años 30. Imágenes de la Misión de San Juan de Capistrano, fundada por fray Junípero Serra en el Siglo XVIII en tierras de la antigua Nueva España, perteneciente hoy al estado de California.

  • Jorge Negrete - Peregrino De Amor

    2:47

    Hermosa melodía interpretada por el ídolo Jorge Negrete en la película Juntos Pero No Revueltos.

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