|1||Ahora Me Da Pena
Accompanied By – Francisco Repilado
|2||La Juma De Ayer|
|3||Sera Cuando Tu Digas|
|4||Sigue El Paso, No. 1|
|5||Voy Pa' Mayari|
|7||La Mujer Del Peso|
|14||Quien Te Bautizo (Vicenta)|
|15||A Los Barrios De Santiago|
|17||Casabe Y Macho|
|18||Se Seco El Arroyito|
|19||No Quiero Celos Contigo|
|20||El Cuarto De Tula|
|21||Yo Soy Del Monte Compay|
|CD 0216||Compay Segundo||Son Del Monte (CD, Comp)||Egrem||CD 0216||Spain||Unknown|
|90 2026 - 13||Compay Segundo||Son Del Monte (CD, Album, Comp)||Egrem||90 2026 - 13||Spain||1996|
Son Del Monte Compay Segundo. This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/125 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Son Del Monte.
Yo Soy del Monte Compay. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.90 2026 - 13. Compay Segundo. Son Del Monte (CD, Album, Comp).
Bitrate (quality): 192256320.
Compay (meaning compadre) Segundo, so called because he was always second voice in his musical partnerships, was born Máximo Francisco Repilado Muñoz in Siboney, Cuba, and moved to Santiago de Cuba at the age of nine. His first engagement was in the Municipal Band of Santiago de Cuba, directed by his teacher, Enrique Bueno. After a spell in a quintet, in 1934 he moved to Havana, where he also played in the Municipal Band, on the clarinet. He also learned to play the guitar and the tres: these became his usual instruments . Los Reyes Del Son (disc 1: Los Reyes del sol) released: 2010. Havana my love released: 2006. The Essential Compay Segundo released: 2006.
Gracias Compay (The Definitive Collection).