Mary Corona's album Popurri Musical, has several styles of Latin music, which include: La Banda, Cumbias, Cha Cha,
Boleros Romanticos, Corridos and Mariachi Style.
Two of her songs, Tu Falso Amor, and Me Dejaras Partir,
were 2nd and 3rd place winners in the Arizona O.T.I.
Guadalajara Ciudad de las Rosas is dedicated to her hometown
Corrido De Pablo Ruiz Gonzalez is in honor of her father who fought in the Mexican revolution with Zapata.
Que Viva La Independencia calls on her Mexican brothers and sisters to come to the Sep.15 Independence Day celebration.
Mary Corona Blog
"Popurri Musical" Review by RadioIndy
POSTED BY: radioindy
POSTED ON: 20 Apr 2007 05:57 AM
"Popurri Musical" by Mary Corona, is a CD full of refreshingly authentic Latin music! The CD had us dancing to the traditional Latin groove. The horn and rhythm sections sound great throughout the CD. The band is very tight and impressive on this high quality recording. The songwriting and musical arrangement are very good. Mary's traditional-style vocals cap off the authentic Latin sound of the CD. We were blown away by the excellent horn section on tracks such as "Muriendo De Amor." We enjoyed the accordion work in "El Nuevo Rico." We found ourselves listening again-and-again to "Por Que?". If you enjoy traditional Latin music, you will enjoy this CD. Pick up a copy today!
- Review by RadioIndy staff