Nayo - Plegaria De Un Niño


  • Singer: Nayo
  • Album's title: Plegaria De Un Niño
  • Genre: Rock, Latin, Funk / Soul, Children's
  • Label: Audio Latino ‎– ALS-3030
    Type: Vinyl, LP, Album
    Country: US
    Date of released: 1969
    Category: Rock, Latin, Funk / Soul, Children's
    Style: Cumbia, Gogo, Beat, Surf, Quechua
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  • Size MP3 ZIP: 1448 mb
  • Size FLAC ZIP: 1367 mb
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Nayo  - Plegaria De Un Niño

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Plegaria De Un Niño (Balada)
A2 Don Enrique Del Meñique (Corrido Go-Go)
A3 Todos Alegres (Surf Go-Go)
Written-By – Nayo
A4 Intranquilidad (Rock Go-Go)
Written-By – Gaspar Muñoz
A5 El Mensajito (Surf Go-Go)
Written-By – Nayo
A6 Adivina Adivinador (Carnavalito)
B1 No Te Lleves A Mi Hermanito (Bolero-Canción)
Written-By – Genaro Ganoza, José Horna
B2 Vi Que El Cielo Se Caia (Balada)
Written-By – L. Akerman
B3 Por Un Caminito (Rock Go-Go)
Written-By – Leo Dan
B4 El Vaquerito (Balada)
Written-By – Nayo
B5 Chicos A Go Go (Surf Go Go)
Written-By – Nayo
B6 Rapuncel (Cumbia)

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Iempsa

Credits

  • Backing Band – Eulogio Molina Y Su Orquesta

Notes

Credits of tracks A1, A2, A6, B6 are D.R.
Nayo (Genaro Miguel Ganoza) is the son of acclaimed Peruvian criollo musician Genaro Ganoza, of the folk trio Los Kipus. He was born in 1957 and in 1968 he recorded a successful single with the song "Plegaria De Un Niño", (actually a cover version of "Fais Attention" by Jean-Loup Chauby).
After that, in 1969 at the age of 12, he recorded this album, which was a failure on the market and is relatively unknown today. Released on Lider, a sublabel of IEMPSA Records in Peru, and also distributed by Audio Latino in the United States.
The backing orchestra was that of saxophonist Eulogio Molina, who pioneered the earliest Peruvian rock n roll in the late 50s.

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