Dubbed "the woman who was born to sing" by legendary vocalist Armando Manzanero, Manoella Torres overcame a childhood of adversity to become one of the biggest stars in Latin music. After launching her career as a vocalist in the mid-'60s, she's still pleasing audiences four decades later. La Gran Coleccion del 60 Aniversario CBS collects 40 classic performances from Torres' long tenure with Columbia Records, lasting from 1971 through 1988. Selections include "Ahora Que Soy Libre," "Te Voy a Ensenar a Querer," "Amor y Mas Amor," "A la Que Vive Contigo," "Acaricime," and many more.
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