One of the most beloved and iconic Mexican singers of all time was Javier Solis. He was known for his passionate ballads and powerful voice. His music has touched the hearts of millions of people around the world, and his songs are still popular today. In this article, we will explore 10 of his best songs ever.
Sombras is a song about lost love and heartbreak. It is a very emotional and beautiful song, with Javier Solis’ powerful voice conveying the deep sadness and longing of the lyrics. He released it in the album Amar y Vivir. This song gained popularity at that time reaching number one in Mexico and number thirty-five Billboard charts, it is still one of his most popular songs. According to Napster, this song is about a man who is in love with a woman who does not reciprocate his feelings. It has been featured in many movies and TV shows like The Walking Dead.
Perfidia is a classic bolero song written by Alberto Dominguez. It was first popularized by Mexican singer Javier Solis in 1964. Javier Solis sings about how his lover has betrayed him and how he is feeling. The song was quite popular reaching the top ten in Mexico and Spain. It has been covered by many artists including, Luis Miguel, Placido Domingo, and Marc Anthony. It was released under the record label, RCA Victor. According to Frontera Library UCLA EDU, the song tells a story that many can relate to, which might be why it is still popular today. It has been used as a soundtrack in the movie, Love in the Time of Cholera.
8. El Loco
This song is a story about a man who is in love with a woman who doesn’t love him back. The lyrics are written from the perspective of the man who is madly in love with the woman. He talks about how he would do anything for her and how he can’t understand why she doesn’t love him back. The song is set in a minor key and has a feeling of sadness and desperation. This song was picked at number eight because it is a classic Javier Solis song that has been covered by many other artists including, Luis Miguel and Marco Antonio Solis. The song has been used as a soundtrack in many Mexican movies and telenovelas such as, La Fuerza del Destino and El Color de la Pasión.
7. Quiéreme Mucho
Quiéreme Mucho is a song about unrequited love and is one of Javier Solis’ most famous ballads. It was written by Mexican composer Gonzalo Curiel and was originally released by Javier Solis in 1957. The song became a huge hit in Mexico and has been covered by many other artists over the years the likes of which include Lupe Vélez, Pedro Infante, and Rocío Dúrcal. It has featured in many movies such as Y Tu Mamá También and The Mask of Zorro. Quiéreme Mucho is a beautiful and tragic song that perfectly encapsulates the feeling of unrequited love.
6. Entrega Total
This song is about a man who is head over heels in love with a woman and is willing to give her his all. It was written by Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel and released on Solis’ album En Vivo. The song was quite popular and reached number four on the Mexican Billboard charts. Being a great song, it has featured in a few Mexican films including the film Hasta el Viento Tiene Miedo.
5. Se Te Olvida
This song is about a man who is trying to forget his former lover. He sings that he has tried everything to forget her, but he can’t. Even though she is no longer in his life, he still loves her. This song became quite popular and reached the top ten on the Billboard charts. The song has been featured in many movies including The Breakfast Club and Once Upon a Time in Mexico.
This song is a ballad that was released in 1958. It was written by Solis himself and it is about a clown who is sad and lonely. Javier sings passionately about the clown’s feelings of being unloved and unappreciated. This song was written during a time when Solis was struggling with depression and it is one of his most personal songs. It was produced under the record label, RCA Victor. The song has been used in many movies including, “The Clown” and “The Three Caballeros”. It has also been covered by many artists including, Luis Miguel and Alejandro Fernandez.
3. Amanecí en Tus Brazos
This song is a beautiful ballad that tells the story of a man who has lost the love of his life. It was written by Javier Solis and has been covered by many artists, including Luis Miguel and Gloria Estefan. The song was one of the best on the album, “Sombras.” It has been featured in movies and television shows, including the telenovela, La Fuerza del Destino.
2. El Peor de los Caminos
This song is a ballad about heartbreak and loss. Javier Solis sings about how the person he loved has left him, and how he is now living in a world of pain and suffering. The song was released under the record label, EMI, in 1963. The song did well reaching number nine on the Billboards charts. It has been used in a few movies including the Mexican film, Alma Grande.
Cataclismo is a heart-wrenching ballad about a man who has lost everything in a natural disaster. The song was written by Javier Solis trying to capture the feelings of loss, desperation, and hope that come with such a tragedy. The song gained popularity reaching number twelve on the Billboard charts. That kind of popularity resulted in the song being used as a soundtrack for the film The Impossible which is about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.