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Davilita, Mario Hernandez (2), Sexteto Borinquen - El Ayer Que Canta (Album). Davilita Con Toñito Ferrer Y Su Conjunto - Plegaria Del Ciego (7", Single).
Toñito Ferrer Y Su Conjunto. Marketplace 4 For Sale. Ramito,Con Toñito Ferrer Y Sus Jibaros Modernos. Ramito,Con Toñito Ferrer Y Sus Jibaros Modernos - En Cada Pueblo Un Querer, El Hijo Desobediente (Shellac, 10", Mono).
Album · 1999 · 12 Songs. See All. Duo Felipe Y Davilita. Glorias de Puerto Rico.
Davilita became the lead singer on many of Flores' boleros. He traveled to many countries with the sextet. Later on, Davilita had his own band, Conjunto La Plata. He recorded an album of Puerto Rican patriotic standards with Mario Hernández y el Sexteto Borinquen in the early 1970s, including the songs El Bambú, Preciosa (using the original lyrics that allude to the United States as a tirano, or tyrant, because of its colonial control of Puerto Rico), Mi Patria Tiembla (the latter two composed by Rafael Hernández), Borinquen (a Pedro. Canciones Patrióticas de Davilita con Davilita/Mario Hernández/Sexteto Borinquen. Liner notes by Amado Alonso García. Festival Records, FR-03.
by Davilita & Felipe Rodríguez Y Su Trío Los Antares on Caribe Vintage Lounge. Vive Tu Vida (Plena) by Davilita & Felipe Rodríguez Y Su Trío Los Antares on Caribe Vintage Lounge. In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart. by Davilita on Glorias de Puerto Rico. Del Altar A La Cruz by Davilita on Glorias de Puerto Rico. Lamento del Coplero (Canción Jíbara) by Cuarteto Victoria De Rafael Hernández, Davilita & Rafael Rodríguez on Añoranza Jíbara.
Pedro Ortiz Dávila (May 21, 1912 – July 8, 1986), better known as Davilita, was a popular Puerto Rican singer of boleros and patriotic songs. He was the first artist to record the Rafael Hernández standard "Lamento Borincano". Ortiz Dávila was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. His parents, however, moved to New York City when he was only a child and settled down in East Harlem, which is also known as Spanish Harlem or El Barrio