First album, also titled 'Amor', by the trio Los Panchos (Alfredo Gil , Chucho Navarro and Johnny Albino) and Turkish-American singer Eydie Gormé recorded in February 1964 in New York, reissued in Spain in 1982 in LP format. This four aces of the song left to remember this classical recording of bolero and Latin vocal music.
Second album that the trio of Alfredo Gil, Chucho Navarro and Johnny Albino and Turkish-American singer Eydie Gormé recorded a February 1964 in New York, reprinted in Spain in 1983 in LP format. This four aces of the song left to remember those recordings and vocal music of classical Latin and bolero. It became together the traditional workmanship of the 'trío' with the beautiful and clear voice of Eydie, his great diction and security singing. Four lives, four voices and the same lyrical sense applied to the interpretation of bolero.
Album performed by the trio Los Panchos with twelve songs all created by the great author Armando Manzanero. It is a compilation in 1990 of recordings that the trio performed during the years that was formed by Alfredo Gil (second voice and 'requinto'), Chucho Navarro (third voice and guitar) and Enrique Cáceres (lead vocals and guitar), which extended the period from 1966 to 1971 during which Cáceres was drafted into the group.
The bolero music is the soul of the work of internationally renowned vocal ensemble in this style, Trio Los Panchos. His work has been enormous and their various artistic formations have left more than 1,100 recorded songs. This compilation CD features 24 great songs and interpretations of his greatest hits, all of them bolero rhythm. Although the themes come from some of his various musical groups, overall the repertoire is representative of the professional work throughout his career.