This song is by Javier Solís and appears on the album Fantasía Española (1962). Un domingo en la tarde se tiró al ruedopara calmar sus ansias de novillero. Torero, valiente despliega el capote sin miedosin miedo a la muerte. La Virgen te cuida, te cubre su mantoque es santo mantón de Manila. Muchacho te arrimas lo mismo en un quite gallardoque en las banderillas. Torero, quién sabe si el precio del triunfo,lo paguen tu vida y tu sangre.
Javier Solís (September 1, 1931, Mexico City, Mexico April 19, 1966, Mexico City, Mexico) was a popular Mexican singer of boleros and rancheras, and film actor of the middle 20th century. Born Gabriel Siria Levario, Javier Solis became known as one of the most recognized Mariachi solo artists in Mexico. Coming from humble beginnings, at a young age Solis had to drop out of school to help support his family. He trained as an amateur boxer for six years with aspirations of turning professional, but quit after his father urged him to choose a more "decent" career.
Javier Solís (born Gabriel Siria Levario 1 September 1931 – 19 April 1966) was a Mexican singer of boleros and rancheras as well as a movie actor. Gabriel Siria Levario was the first of three children of Francisco Siria Mora, a baker and butcher, and Juana Levario Plata, a trader. Juana had a stall at a public market and as her spouse had allegedly abandoned her, she had little time save for work
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- Arranged By [Arreglos], Directed By [Dirección] – Rafael Carrión*