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Lorenzo de Monteclaro

Soft norteño singer Lorenzo de Monteclaro appeared in almost 50 films and documented as much LPs. Created in Durango condition, he first obtained exposure along with his personal show in a Coahuila radio train station, and his 1st recording (“Un Caminante”) became popular. By the first ’60s, he was starring in ranchera movies, like the 1965 strike Tierra Sangrienta. De Monteclaro’s expressive, light tenor was one of the better voices in norteño and conjunto music through the 1960s and ’70s, greatest noticed on his personal song “Un Ausente.” He continuing documenting and experimenting well in to the ’90s and beyond.

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