Listen free to Beny Moré – Maracaibo Oriental (Maracaibo Oriental, Que Cinturita and more). 17 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Beny Moré (sometimes Benny Moré, Benny More or Beny More) (August 24, 1919 – February 19, 1963) is considered by many fans of Cuban music as the greatest Cuban singer of all time. View full artist profile.
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Maracaibo Oriental Oscar D'León & Beny More. 3:46 Francisco Pacho Zapata. La rumba llegó Maracaibo.
Maracaibo Oriental song from the album Latin Grooves - Cuba Vo. is released on Oct 2003. The duration of song is 03:08. This song is sung by Beny More.
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Bartolomé Maximiliano Moré (24 August 1919 – 19 February 1963), known as Benny Moré, Bení Moré or Beny Moré (in Spanish), was a Cuban singer, bandleader and songwriter. Due to his fluid tenor voice and his great expressivity, he was known variously as El Bárbaro del Ritmo and El Sonero Mayor. Moré was a master of most Cuban popular genres, such as the bolero, son montuno, mambo, and guaracha. Moré formed and led the Banda Gigante, one of the leading Cuban big bands of the 1950s.
|2||Por Qué Pensar Asi|
|3||No Puedo Callar|
|4||Camarera del Amor|
|8||Fiebre de Ti|
|9||Y Te Encontré|
|11||Que Me Hace Daño|
|12||Mi Amor Fugaz|