One of the most romantic and stylistically original groups to emerge from the explosive norteño scene of the 1990s, Chihuahua, Mexico's Conjunto Primavera is a best-selling, multi-Latin Grammy-winning ensemble. Founded by saxophonist Juan Dominguez in 1978, they achieved significant regional success early on with their rancheras, boleros, and ballads -- evidenced plainly by 1980's raucous Cuatro Primaveras. By the time they issued 1986's Con las Manos Vacias, the band's sound had evolved to include not only saxophone but electric keyboards. After signing to Fonovisia in the early 1990s, the group registered a near-constant string of hit singles and albums, epitomized by their first gold-certified album, Necesito Decirte, in 1998. Their harmonies are styled with influence from vintage doo wop and rhythm and blues as much as northern ...
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