|4110||Ritchie Valens||Donna / La Bamba (7", Single)||Del-Fi Records||4110||US||1958|
|OG 9029||Ritchie Valens||Donna / La Bamba (7", Single, RE)||Old Gold||OG 9029||UK||1980|
|OG 9029||Ritchie Valens||Donna / La Bamba (7", Single, Mono, RE)||Old Gold||OG 9029||UK||1980|
|GT 64X||Ritchie Valens||La Bamba / Donna (7", Single, RE)||MGM Records||GT 64X||Canada||1973|
|TR-64||Ritchie Valens||La Bamba / Donna (7")||Trip Oldie||TR-64||US||Unknown|
La Bamba" (pronounced ) is a Mexican folk song, originally from the state of Veracruz, best known from a 1958 adaptation by Ritchie Valens, a top 40 hit in the . charts and one of early rock and roll's best-known songs.
Oh, Donna Oh, Donna Oh, Donna Oh, Donna. I had a girl Donna was her name Since she left me I've never been the same. Cause I love my girl Donna, where can you be? Where can you be? Now that you're gone I'm left all alone All by myself To wander and roam. Aired first in 1959, Donna, Track number 4 from the Album Ritchie Valens by Ritchie Valens. Written By Ritchie Valens. Interpolated By. Oh Daddy by Natti Natasha.
The ballad "Donna", an ode to Ritchie Valens' high school girlfriend, was the featured title on the original October 1958 release of this single, and reached in the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1959. The B-side, an upbeat, rock & roll reworking of the Mexican folk song "La Bamba", peaked at in 1959, but became the featured title on reissues after the success of a 1987 Ritchie Valens biopic of the same name. The soundtrack used a faithful cover by Los Lobos rather than Valens' original mono, unpolished recording.
Artists Ritchie Valens La Bamba. La Bamba Ritchie Valens. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 67/162 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 75BPM, ends at 84BPM (+9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ritchie Valens. La Bamba: The Definitive Collection.
Album: Ritchie Valens (1958). Charted: 49 22. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. La Bamba" is a traditional Mexican folk song that became a hit for the young rocker Ritchie Valens after he died in a plane crash on February 3, 1959 along with Buddy Holly and The Big Bopper. The song is very popular with Mariachi bands and is often played at weddings. The lyrics are in Spanish: "Para bailar la Bamba se necessita una poca de gracia" means "To dance La Bamba you need to have a little grace. Latoya from S. nn,jamaica, OtherI think La Bamba is such a beautiful song;it is captivating. Even before I could speak spanish,and so didnt know what the song was saying, I connected with La Bamba. P)used his voice and instruments to re-do a magical peice. La Bamba is one of those songs that will always.