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¡Ay, Jalisco, no te rajes! (1941) [OST]

Created by phantasmagoria on 04 Jul 2019
¡Ay, Jalisco, no te rajes! (1941) [OST]

🎥 IMDb: ¡Ay, Jalisco, no te rajes! (1941)
Plot: In rural Mexico, when a young boy's parents are killed, he is raised by a farm worker and the town's barman, who instills a desire of vengeance in him, and as an adult he romances a young woman who is going to marry a rich man to save her father from financial ruin.

Sung by Salvador Pérez Gómez "El Ametralladora" (played by Jorge Negrete) and also performed by Lucha Reyes (credited as 'Singer').
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar
🎞️ Video of the song performed in the film (Lucha Reyes's version):
✏️ Lucha Reyes sings this in the cockfight arena as Salvador and his friends come in to take a seat.

🎞️ Video of the song performed in the film (Jorge Negrete's version):
✏️ Salvador sings this accompanied by others as he enters a tavern.

Translations:  English Croatian

Sung by Salvador Pérez Gómez "El Ametralladora" (played by Jorge Negrete) and Carmela (played by Gloria Marín but singing voice was provided by Rosa María Alam).
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar
✏️ Carmela finds a piece of paper that Salvador tossed, confronting him with it when he comes to her window. Salvador tells her that it's a song and that it has music to accompany it and sings the first verses to her. Salvador then encourages Carmen to sing the rest and the finish the song together.

Sung by Salvador Pérez Gómez "El Ametralladora" (played by Jorge Negrete).
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar
🎞️ Video of the song performed in the film:
✏️ Salvador comes to serenade Carmela at night outside of her window.

Sung by Antonio Badú (credited as "Singer").
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar

Sung by Salvador Pérez Gómez "El Ametralladora" (played by Jorge Negrete) and Antonio Badú (credited as "Singer").
🎵 Manuel Esperón / Ernesto Cortázar
✏️ A battle of verses between Salvador and Felipe Carbajal's (played by Víctor Manuel Mendoza) men (the song that sings the other verses is Antonio Badú) after Salvador finishes serenading Carmela with "Traigo un amor".

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