Gladys Julio

Gladys Julio

Born in 1934 in the city of Cartagena and ran his familiar voice several stations in the country before starting his singing career in Panama City when he was twenty-five. A rhythm of joints the Gran Caribe met the jarochan in Colombia was with the orchestras of Pacho Galan and Pedro Salcedo, traveled to Mexico and then to Cuba, where he would record the songs 'pain that kills' and 'Playa Blanca' Rafael Escalona with Sonora Matancera.


Gladys Julio Discography Tracks


LP-245 Los Ovnis (4) Con Los Catedráticos Canto Vaquero (as Gladys Julio Y Su Conjunto) Los Ovnis (4) Con Los Catedráticos - La Sirena Y Los Grandes Exitos Del Ano(LP) Sello Vergara LP-245 Colombia Unknown Sell This Version