Rocio Durcal Y Enrique Guzman – Acompañame

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De La Pelicula “Acompáñame” Con Rocio Durcal y Enrique guzman

María de los Ángeles de las Heras Ortiz, better known professionally as Rocío Dúrcal, was a Spanish singer and actress. Widely successful in Mexico, she earned the sobriquet of Reina de las Rancheras. Wikipedia

Enrique Guzmán is a Mexican singer and actor. He is one of the pioneers of Rock & Roll in Mexico, along with César Costa, Angélica María, Johnny Laboriel and Alberto Vasquez, among others. He is also the father of Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán by his former wife, actress and singer Silvia Pinal. Wikipedia

Rocio Durcal – Mas Bonita Que Ninguna

Roberto (Luigi Giuliani) and Luisa (Rocío Durcal) are a couple but are not as sincere as they should be. She tells him she works at Telefónica when really she sells cigarettes at “The Green Windmill” cabaret. She’s surprised when she discovers plans for a bachelor party there, organized for Roberto, who is going to marry a wealthy heiress. To prepare her revenge, Luisa adopts the role of Luisito and faces Roberto in disguise.

During filming, Rocío Dúrcal met her future husband, Junior, who was at that time part of the band Los Brincos authors of some of the soundtrack in the film.

ROCIO DURCAL – AMOR EN EL AIRE – MASCIA

The song “Mi amigo” (“My Friend”) was especially composed for the movie, based on a poem by Rafael de León. It was to be performed by Rocío Dúrcal in the movie, but the scene featuring the song, which talked about a woman reproaching her husband for his infidelities, was cut off from the movie, as the song, despite having really subtle lyrics, was deemed too immoral by the Catholic Franco regime, where adultery was legally a crime and could entail penalties of prison. Only the first seconds of the instrumental opening of the song can be heard, then the movie abruptly cuts to the applause of the audience after the never seen performance. Nevertheless, the song still appears in the credits and it was included in the album soundtrack. It quickly became a classic of the Copla music genre and one of Rocío Dúrcal’s most successful songs, being covered by hundreds of artists, like Rocío Jurado among others.

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