Mari Trini

born on 12/7/1947 in Murcia, Región de Murcia, Spain

died on 6/4/2009

Mari Trini

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Mari Trini (12 July 1947 6 April 2009), born Maria Trinidad Perez Miravete, was a Spanish pop singer and actress from Caravaca de la Cruz.

She learned to play guitar as a youngster and wrote songs from an early age. Trini met producer Nicholas Ray in the 1960s, and he encouraged her to move to London; soon after she left for Paris, where she eventually signed to a record label.[1] Her debut album was released in 1969, and through the 1970s and 1980s was a popular figure in Latin pop.

Mari Trini died in Murcia in 2009.[2]

Discography

  • 1969: Mari Trini
  • 1970: Amores
  • 1971: Escúchame
  • 1973: Ventanas
  • 1973: L'automne
  • 1974: ¿Quién?
  • 1975: Canta en francés
  • 1975: Transparencias
  • 1976: Como el rocío
  • 1977: El tiempo y yo
  • 1978: Solo para ti
  • 1978: Ayúdala
  • 1979: A mi aire
  • 1981: Oraciones de amor
  • 1982: Una estrella en mi jardín
  • 1984: Mari Trini
  • 1984: Diario de una mujer
  • 1985: En vivo
  • 1986: Quién me venderá
  • 1987: En tu piel
  • 1990: Espejismos
  • 1993: Sus grandes éxitos
  • 1995: Sin barreras
  • 1996: Alas de cristal
  • 2001: Mari Trini con los Panchos

References

  1. [Mari Trini at All Music Guide Mari Trini] at Allmusic
  2. The Spanish singer Trini has died in a hospital in Murcia. Turkish Weekly, 7 April 2009.

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