Top Olga Guillot Albums
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Encore
Encore
[2017]
Mas Éxitos Románticos
Mas Éxitos Románticos
[2015]
Olga Guillot - Ep
Olga Guillot - Ep
[2013]
Olga Guillot - Mis 50 Mejores Boleros
Olga Guillot - Mis 50 Mejores Boleros
[2012]
The Platinum Collection: Olga Guillot
The Platinum Collection: Olga Guillot
[2012]
Reina del Bolero
Reina del Bolero
[2011]
Grandes Éxitos
Grandes Éxitos
[2011]
The Music of Cuba - The Queen of Bolero, Vol. 1
The Music of Cuba - The Queen of Bolero, Vol. 1
[2010]
Vintage Cuba Nº9 - EPs Collectors
Vintage Cuba Nº9 - EPs Collectors
[2009]
Imágenes
Imágenes
[2008]
Sabor A Nada
Sabor A Nada
[2008]
He Perdido una Perla
He Perdido una Perla
[2008]
Su Vida Artistica, Vol. 2
Su Vida Artistica, Vol. 2
[2006]
La Eterna Voz del Bolero
La Eterna Voz del Bolero
[2005]
Su Majestad el Bolero
Su Majestad el Bolero
[2005]
Los 15 Grandes de Olga Guillot Vol 2
Los 15 Grandes de Olga Guillot Vol 2
[2005]
Joyas Musicales: La Temperamental, Vol. 3
Joyas Musicales: La Temperamental, Vol. 3
[2004]
Colección de Oro, Vol. 2: Bravo
Colección de Oro, Vol. 2: Bravo
[2003]
Faltaba Yo
Faltaba Yo
[2001]
Ídolos de América (Remasterizado Digitalmente (Digital Remaster))
Ídolos de América (Remasterizado Digitalmente (Digital Remaster))
[2000]
Grandes Voces del Bolero. Olga Guillot: La Mejor Cancionera de Cuba (feat. Orquesta Hermanos Castro)
Grandes Voces del Bolero. Olga Guillot: La Mejor Cancionera de Cuba (feat. Orquesta Hermanos Castro)
[1998]
La Reyna del Bolero
La Reyna del Bolero
[1995]
Los 15 Grandes de Olga Guillot
Los 15 Grandes de Olga Guillot
[1994]
El Son Se Fue de Cuba
El Son Se Fue de Cuba
[1993]
Olga Guillot
Olga Guillot
[1991]
Olga Guillot (Unplugged)
Olga Guillot (Unplugged)
[1985]
Related Information for Olga Guillot
Olga Guillot (born October 9, 1922 in Santiago de Cuba - died July 12, 2010) was a famous Cuban singer who was known to be the queen of bolero. She was a native of the Cuban city of Santiago.Guillot and her family moved to Ciudad Havana when she was a small child. As a teenager, she and her sister, Ana Luisa, performed as a duo, named the "Duo Hermanitas Guillot".It wasn't until 1945 that her talent as a bolero singer would be discovered, when Facundo Rivero, an influential man in the Cuban music industry of the era, heard her sing for the first time, and helped her make her professional singing debut, at a famous Havana night club. Soon after, Guillot met Miguelito Valdes, who took her to New York city, where Guillot... read more