Although Bobby Capo is best-known being a Latin vocalist, he was also a noted composer and TV director. Blessed Félix Manuel Rodríguez Coveró on January 1, 1922, in Puerto Rico, Capo afterwards relocated to NY, learning to be a musical idol throughout Latin America and Cuba with the 1940s. Although an associate from the renowned Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra, Capo appreciated his greatest achievement and notoriety being a single artist, scoring strikes with such compositions as “Piel Canela,” “Un Negro Bembón,” “Un Bardo,” “Luna de Miel en Puerto Rico,” “Sin Fe,” “Triángulo,” and “María Luisa,” along with the ballads “Llorando me Dormí,” “Sale un Sol,” and “Jacqueline,” the last mentioned tune focused on previous U.S. initial female Jacqueline Kennedy. Through the ’70s, Capo quit his musical profession as he proved helpful within the Puerto Rico Section of Labor’s Department of Migration in NY. Capo passed on on Dec 18, 1989, significantly less than two weeks timid of what could have been his 67th birthday.
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|Banda sonora||2007||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Nacho Libre||2006||"Piel Canela"|
|20 centímetros||2005||writer: "Piel canela"|
|El Calentito||2005||performer: "Piel canela" / writer: "Piel canela"|
|El inutil||2001||TV Series "Piel Canela"|
|Mon père, ma mère, mes frères et mes soeurs||1999||lyrics: "A la buena de Dios" / music: "A la buena de Dios" / writer: "A la buena de Dios"|
|Tres palabras||1993||"Piel canela"|
|Un día volveré||1993||TV Series writer: "Cabaretera" - as Bobby Capo|
|Hay que deshacer la casa||1986||writer: "Cabaretera" - as Bobby Capo|
|Bad Boys||1983||performer: "Pelo de Alambre", "Guillermo y Maria" / writer: "Pelo de Alambre"|
|Aventuras de las hermanas X||1963||writer: "Tic Tac Twis" - as Boby Capo|
|Bolero inmortal||1958||writer: "Amor y Mas Amor", "Piel Canela"|
|Llévame en tus brazos||1954||writer: "Piel Canela" - as Boby Capo|
|Piel canela||1953||writer: "Piel Canela" - as Boby Capo|
|Una gallega baila mambo||1951||writer: "Locura de Amor"|
|El escuadrón del pánico||1969|
|Romance en Puerto Rico||1962|
|Bolero inmortal||1958||Cantante (uncredited)|
|Música en la noche||1958|
|Tropicana Club||1952||TV Series|
|Burlada||1951||Dueño de cabaret|
|El rey||2004||composer: song "Piel canela"|
|Viva la juventud!||1956||composer: songs "Loco Enamorado" and "Piel Canela" - as Boby Capo|
|¡Ay, pena, penita, pena!||1953||composer: songs - as Boby Capo|
|Pecado de ser pobre||1950||Himself|
|Anacleto se divorcia||1950||Himself|
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