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Peak in sub-genre #3
This song is not mine, but the lyrics of this song is my own life.
Peak position #12
Original theme by the mexican composer Enrique Guzman. This song has been performed previously by Pepe Aguilar as Mariachi and Tito Rojas as Salsa. Now you can enjoy the Oscar Silva version as Merengue. Arrangements by Juan Gutierrez.
Peak position #21
This song aims to redeem one of the strongest moments of life. When we're not all for the one we love. Este tema pretende redimir uno de los momentos mas fuertes de la vida. Cuando ya no somos todo para el ser que amamos.
Peak position #21
Tribute to Jose Luis Perales. Describes the history of the song "Y Como Es El" (How Is Him) from the point of view of who gets the girl. With this theme probably has born a new rhythm: The "Paso Latino".
Peak position #25
A man woke up from their dreams and found the reality of living the greatest love of his life in a beautiful forest with the most awesome princess. Lyrics and performance: Oscar Silva. Music: Demetrio Ortiz. Arrangements: Juan Gutierrez.
Peak position #11
A man and a woman meet and fall in love at first sight. They joined the same day and so it went, from that moment. Lyrics, music and performance: Oscar Silva. Production and arrangements: Remo Ciarletta. Caracas, October 2012.
Peak position #13
Cancion de amor para guiar a los muchachos en su camino por la vida, escrita en ritmo de Merengue. (Love song to guide the boys on their way through life). Music, lyrics and performance: Oscar Silva. Production and arrangements: Remo Ciarletta.
Peak position #21
Five minutes dancing. A man in love with a "bailaora" (flamenco dancer). He sees her walking down a street before, during and after the "tablao". Music, lyrics and performance: Oscar Silva. Production and arrangements: Remo Ciarletta
Peak in sub-genre #18
"My Way" is often quoted as the most remade song in history. Among others luminaires, the English Version has been sung by Frank Sinatra, Dorothy Squires, Elvis Presley, Michael Buble and Robbie Williams. Now you can enjoy the Oscar Silva version.
Peak in sub-genre #8
Fado de Lisboa. Composicao de Frederico de Brito. Foi gloriosamente cantado por Lucila Do Carmo, Ana Moura, Mariza e Carlos Zel. Agora nos trazemos para voce o terceiro Fado do fadista venezuelano Oscar Silva.
Peak position #48
Charles Trenet had composed "La Mer" (which means "The Sea") with French lyrics totally different and unrelated to the English language version that Jack Lawrence composed. Now you can ear this lovely version by Oscar Silva.
Peak in sub-genre #37
Written in 1967 by Ron Miller, Orlando Murden, 'For Once In My Life' was recently included in the Film "Shrek Forever After". Among others luminaires, has been sung by Stevie Wonder, Tony Bennet and Frank Sinatra. Enjoy now the Oscar Silva version.
Peak in sub-genre #12
Original Portuguese Fado by Alexander O'Neil and Alain Oulman. It has been performed by luminaries like Amalia Rodrigues, Amalia Hoje, Dulce Pontes, Carlos Do Carmo and Tony De Matos. Enjoy now the Oscar Silva version.
Peak position #77
Lisbon Fado popularized by Antonio Mourao and Tony de Matos on the 60s. Now enjoy this interpretation by Oscar Silva arranged by Remo Ciarletta. Recorded in Caracas in July 2012.
Peak position #6
The roads of Venezuela narrated by a driver. Recently UNESCO proclaimed Mariachi as a World Heritage. Now you can hear this Mexican music composed by Joan Sebastian happily engaged to Venezuelan Lyrics written by Oscar Silva.