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Oda al marinero by Javier Gómez Bello (original Spanish song in MP3)

'Oda al marinero' (Ode to the sailor) features the music of Javier Gómez Bello, an independent singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Málaga, Spain. Alternating with a female singer, he weaves a song that will captivate you. This recording was provided by Jamendo Music under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) licence. (5.4 MiB, MP3, 4:13 minutes) See also  'Cantares de Marinero' by Alfredo González Vilela.


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Cantares de Marinero by Alfredo González Vilela (sea song in MP3)

Sea songs in Spanish have a certain flavour that make them a delight to listen to. 'Cantares de Marinero' (Sailor songs) features the vocals and guitar music of Galician singer-songwriter Alfredo González Vilela (born 1951). This recording from 2009 is courtesy of Jamendo Music and is covered by a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) licence. The audio quality was further enhanced by Marine Café Blog to play at 320 kbps. (5.9 MiB, MP3, 2:44 minutes)


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AGUA by Alfredo Gonzalez Vilela (song in MP3)

In 'AGUA', Galician singer-songwriter Alfredo González Vilela pays tribute to water, a precious resource most people take for granted. This 2009 recording is courtesy of Jamendo Music . It is redistributed by Marine Café Blog under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) licence. (5.3 MiB, MP3, 3:47 minutes) Click here for the song lyrics in Spanish and English.


 1 file(s)  38 downloadsCategory: Maritime Songs & Sea Shanties, Spanish Songs (sea-related)Download

Si Mi Voz Muriera en Tierra (Spanish sea song in MP3)

'Si Mi Voz Muriera en Tierra' (If My Voice Dies on Land) is a song in Spanish that is remarkable for its poignant lyrics and haunting melody. It features the vocals of Galician singer-songwriter Alfredo González Vilela (born 1951), who sang it to the text of a poem by the highly acclaimed Spanish poet, Rafael Alberti (1902 – 1999). This recording was provided by Jamendo Music and is redistributed by Marine Café Blog under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) licence. ((3.4 MiB, MP3, 2:14 minutes) CLICK HERE for the original Spanish text of Rafael Alberti's poem with Englsh translation.


 1 file(s)  50 downloadsCategory: Maritime Songs & Sea Shanties, Spanish Songs (sea-related)Download

El Marinero (Dominican merengue song, MP3)

'El Marinero' (The Sailor) exemplifies the beauty and liveliness of merengue, a type of music that originated in the Dominican Republic. Recorded in 1955, the song features the music of Ricardo Rico, merengue composer and orchestra leader, with his Los Tipicos Dominicanos band and the vocals of Florinda Sanchez. The digitised 78rpm recording is from the Internet Archive, with some remastering by Marine Café Blog to enhance the sound quality. (5.4 MiB, MP3, 3:08 minutes)


 1 file(s)  154 downloadsCategory: Maritime Songs & Sea Shanties, Spanish Songs (sea-related)Download

El Mar, el Cielo y Tú (romantic instrumental music, MP3)

'El Mar, el Cielo y Tú' (The Sea, the Sky and You) features the music of Agustín Lara and his Orchestra. Señor Lara (1900 – 1970) was a Mexican composer of popular songs who was well known in Latin America and Spain. This digitised copy of the 78rpm record from the 1950s is courtesy of the Internet Archive. (5.6 MiB, MP3, 3:22 minutes) See also the Spanish love song 'Prisionero del Mar' (Prisoner of the Sea).


 1 file(s)  59 downloadsCategory: Maritime Songs & Sea Shanties, Spanish Songs (sea-related)Download

Prisionero del Mar (love song in Spanish, MP3)

"Prisionero del Mar" (Prisoner of the Sea) was recorded in 1942 by well-known Mexican singer Dora Luz (1918–2018). The words are passionate: "Voy a la playa tu amor a buscar,/ A la luz de la luna a cantar/ Mi desesperación." (I'm going to the beach to find your love,/ In the light of the moon to sing/ My despair.). And even sensual: "Quiero llegarte a tener,/ En un atardecer,/ De inquietud tropical" (I want to have you/ In a sunset/ Of tropical restlessness). This is a Marine Café Blog remaster of the digitised 78rpm recording from  the Internet Archive. (7.1 MiB, MP3, 3:13 minutes)


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