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Paloma Cecilia San Basilio Martínez (Spanish pronunciation: ; born November 22, 1950 in Madrid, Spain), known as Paloma San Basilio, is a well-known Spanish artist and actress awarded with a Latin Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to Latin music.
Translation of 'Los nardos (Las leandras)' by Paloma San Basilio (Paloma Cecilia San Basilio Martínez) from Spanish to English. The Nards (The Leandras). By Alcalá's street with the starched skirt. and the nards on her hips, the florist comes and goes, smiling shamelessly. in the sidewalk of Alcalá's street. A dandy watches her and says to her, come around. put whatever you want on my lapel
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is San Basilio and the second or maternal family name is Martínez. Background information. Paloma Cecilia San Basilio Martínez. Paloma Cecilia San Basilio Martínez (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 22 November 1950 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish singer whose career has spanned five decades. She was awarded a Latin Grammy Award for lifetime excellence in Spanish music. She was born in Madrid, and at the age of six months the family moved to Seville, where she was raised until the age of eight. El sobre verde (1985). La fiesta terminó (1985).
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15. Nadie como tú. Paloma San Basilio.