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"Adoro"
Single by Armando Manzanero
LanguageSpanish
B-side"Perdoname"
Released1967
Length2:25
LabelRCA Victor
Songwriter(s)Armando Manzanero
Producer(s)Orquestra De Eduardo Magallanes

"Adoro" is a song by Mexican singer-songwriter Armando Manzanero. The song was originally recorded and released by RCA in 1967, becoming one of Manzanero's best known songs. Momento magazine in 1969 reported that the song had already sold 250,000 copies and been recorded in about 60 versions in its first two years.[1]

The lyrics begin "Adoro, la calle en que nos vimos, la noche, cuando nos conocimos ..."[2]

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Versions

After the initial run of "sixty versions" 1967-1969 noted by Momento magazine, the song has further been covered by artists including:

  • "I Adore You", English version sung by Andra Willis, with new English lyrics by Sunny Skylar 1971
  • "Ben böyleyim", turkish

version by Ayten Alpman in 1975

References

  1. ^ Momento 1969 - Page 47 "Se han vendido 250.000 copias de “Adoro", de la cual existen unas sesenta versiones. Sin embargo el éxito de “Esta tarde vi llover" ha sido muy superior: fue grabada por Tony Bennett en Estados Unidos y al poco tiempo se habían vendido ... "
  2. ^ The Americas Review - Volumes 16-17 - Page 7 University of Houston - 1988 ... Y Manzanero, "Adoro, la calle en que nos vimos, la noche, cuando nos conocimos ..."
  3. ^ The New Records - Volumes 50-51 - Page 36 1982 "The music is a delight, especially the title song, Adoro, a gentle serenade which Domingo sings in the warmest of half-tones."
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