Listen to the music that defined the Mexico of the 70's in the movie Roma
Film "Roma", by Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón, competes in 10 categories at Oscars, so the Spotify platform invites its listeners to take a musical tour of the film with its soundtrack.
Undoubtedly, a key piece in the setting of Cuarón's film was the music that defined Mexico in the 70s, which played a leading role in the most emotional moments and those where dialogue was not necessary, said a statement.
The "soundtrack", available on Spotify, brings together 19 songs: "Te he prometido" by Leo Dan, "Más bonita que ninguna" by Rocío Durcal, "No tengo dinero" by Juan Gabriel, "La nave del olvido" by José José , "Gracias" by Rigo Tovar and "Sombras" by Javier Solís.
Also, "Yellow River" by Christie, "I do not know how to love him" by Yvonne Elliman, "Corazón de melón" by the Pérez Prado Orchestra, "Los ojos de Pancha" by the Trio Chicontepec, "Mammy Blue" by Roger Whittaker, "Those were the days" by The Ray Conniff Singers, and "La suegra" by Elbert Moguel and Los Strwck.
Also "La casa del sol naciente" by Javier Bátiz, "Ciudad perdida" by La Revolución De Emiliano Zapata, "Vamos a platicar" by Los Socios Del Ritmo, "Mi corazón es un gitano" by Lupita D'Alessio, "Cuando me enamoro" (Quando M'Innamoro), by Angélica Maria and " Mar y Espuma " by Acapulco Tropical.
Listen to the playlist here ⬇