Más música de Teresita Fernández,
de la década de los años 60.

  • Posted on 18th August 2008
Más música de Teresita Fernández, de la década de los años 60.

Por falta de tiempo, queridos lectores, no he podido escanear documentos o publicaciones en estos dí­as. Trato
de alternar música con documentos, pero el exceso de trabajo ha interferido. Hoy les adelanto esta música que les tení­a guardada.

Varios lectores me han pedido más números de Teresita Fernández. Aquí­ les ofrezco una selección de un CD casero, hecho en La Habana hace  muchos años. No les puedo precisar la fecha ni otros datos. La foto, que pesqué en la red, es evidentemente de los 60, de cuando  la veí­amos,  en vivo, en “El Coctel” y otros clubes de La Habana.

Canciones infantiles

This article has 3 comments

  1. Yo me acuerdo de Teresita. Su voz profunda y aquella guitarra tan seria.
    No era como los Beatles, pero me gustaba.
    Al Godar

  2. Hola Al,

    ¡Gracias por la visita!



    Today, August 25th of 2008, the police showed up at Gorki’s house to pick
    him up, under
    the charge of “dangerousness” which is the Orwellian law that allows the
    communist regime
    to imprison any citizen in a preemptive manner before said person can even
    think of
    breaking the law.
    Gorki was getting ready to start recording one of the new songs of their
    upcoming album
    when the police knocked at his door and took him away.
    Ciro, the lead guitarist of the band, managed to follow the police cruiser
    around the
    neighborhood until they arrived to a police station. Later, Gorki would be
    taken to
    another police station, the one situated on 3rd Avenue and 62nd Street in
    Havana, which is known popularly as “The Fifth” (as in the “Fifth Police
    His father has been allowed to deliver some medications that Gorki needs
    to treat
    different ailments, but no other information has been released, sauf that
    he will be
    brought to court on Thursday.
    We all know how those kangaroo courts work. He will be accused of being an
    and the authorities will say that he is a socially dangerous individual,
    just because he
    dares to think for himself and he allows his flow of thoughts to go
    against the grain of
    what the tyranny of Cuba deems “appropriate” for the Cuban people to think
    and believe.
    Please feel free to disseminate this information to all and everyone you
    might think
    could help: the press, television and radio stations, blogs, everyone.