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Tito Lara's Discography
(incomplete)


 

Canciones de Los Cuatro Ases
(Mardi / Guaraní, GLP-214). Tito sings with Los Cuatro Ases. Re-edited by Disco Hit (DHCD-9149), 1993.

Lo Que Hay Que Hacer
(Mar-Vela, MVLP-51), 1958. Tito sings with Los Hispanos, Aníbal Herrero & Orchestra and Luisito Benjamín & Su Conjunto. Listen

No Quiero Ser Tu Amante
(Verne/Guaraní, GLP-210). The ballad that serves as the title of this album, originally by Yomo Toro, was a major hit for Tito. Listen to Prohibido from this album.

A Dúo con María Esther Pérez Félix: Dúo Lara-Ortiz / «Niebla del Riachuelo» (Verne/Guaraní, LPG-225).

Un Nuevo Idolo para América
(Gema/Rumba, LPR-5553), 1959. Recorded in Havanna, Cuba. Musical Producer: Eulogio «Yoyo» Casteleiro. This album generated 4 hits: "Mi Versión" (Sylvia Rexach); "La vida mía" (Charles Abreu); "Vivo Sin Ti" (Mario Fernández Porta) and "Imágenes" (Frank Domínguez).

Tito Lara canta...Amores
(Guaraní, GLP-235), recorded April 23, 1962. Re-edited by Disco Hit (DHG235CD) in 1991. Contains the hits "Miedo" (Edmundo Disdier) and "Un Poquito de tu Amor" (Jimmy Rivera). Listen to Dos Amores from this album.

Quisiera
(Borinquen, DG-1024), 1966. Generatred 3 hits: "Egoísmo" (Osvaldo Farrés); "Ansiedad" (Atilio Bruni) and "En ruinas" (Rafael Solano).

Allegro 72
(Mericana MYS 112), 1973. Con los difundidos "Me voy a Morder la Lengua", "Gente" and "Tú también".

Homenaje a Tito Lara
1987. Listen


Tito also recorded 3 albums of Christian music.

Films


Luna de Miel en Puerto Rico (1966)
En mi Viejo San Juan (1967)




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