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Born in Villanueva, in the state of Zacatecas, Mexico, in 1919,Pascual Antonion Aguilar Barrazo, commonly known as Antonio Aguilar, was an actor, a mariachi singer, a producer, and a writer.  He began acting in 1952, during the “Golden Age of Mexican Cinema.”


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Antonio Aguilar Songs List:

Song Album Released Listen
Caballo Prieto Azabache 15 Exitos: Corridos De Caballos Famosos 1992
La Yegua Colorada CORRIDOS DE CABALLOS FAMOSOS
Adios Caballos Famosos Corridos 2006
Cuatro Milpas Tambora, Vol.1 1991
Despedida Con La Banda Antonio Aguilar Con Tambora 1993
CABALLO LOMOS PINTOS Corridos de Caballos 2001
Por El Amor A Mi Madre Puras Buenas.. 1997
El Gavilan Colorado El Charro De Mexico 1999
El Corral De Piedra 20 Exitos 2006
Zenaida Ingrata Tambora, Vol.1 1991
Cruda Rancheras de Relajo 2007
Que Bonita Chaparrita Antonio Aguilar Con Tambora 1993
Poncho Tirado Tambora, Vol.II: Antonio Aguilar 1991
El Moro De Cumpas 15 Exitos: Corridos De Caballos Famosos 1992
El Campeon Corridos 2006
Por Un Amor Canciones Cantineras 2002
Lamberto Quintero Tambora, Vol.1 1991
Cuatro Meses ANTONIO AGUILAR 2001
La Mal Sentada El Coscolino 2002
Morir Tomando 20 Exitos 2006
El Ausente 20 Exitos 2006
Caballo De La Cordada Corridos 2007
Las Nieves de Enero 26 Con Tambora
El Dicharachero 20 Exitos 2006
Caballo Mojino Tambora, Vol.II: Antonio Aguilar 1991
Yo Te Amo Maria Exitos Con Tambora 1992
El Cuervo Alegre Dicharachero Prision Perpetua 2007
Carta Jugada Rancherisimo, Vol.6 1998
Un Siglo De Ausencia Un Siglo De Ausencia 2001
Por Una Mujer Bonita 15 Exitos Con Banda, Vol.4 1991
Pa' Que Me Sirve La Vida Piedad Señor 2007
Hipocrita Mis Boleros Favoritos 2005
Cantinera Rancheras de Relajo 2007
El Patas Blancas 15 Exitos: Corridos De Caballos Famosos 1992
Mis Ojos Te Denuncian Mis Boleros Consentidos Con Tambora 1995
Pobre Bohemio 15 Exitos Con Banda, Vol.4 1991
Margarita Retirada 2007
Si No Me Quieres No Me Martirices Vintage México Nº 64 - Eps Collectors "Rancheras A Boca De Jarro" 1958
La Chancla Exitos Con Tambora 1992
Corrido Morelense Prision Perpetua 2007
La Chuyita El Charro De Mexico 1999
Oye Morena Las Morenas De Mi Vida 2004
Palomita De Ojos Negros Prision Perpetua 2007
Adios Adios Tres Dias 2007
La Cantinera Rancheras De Relajo 1991
Perdida Boleros De Siempre - Antonio Aguilar 1992
Imposible Consentida 1999
El Caballo Blanco 15 Exitos: Corridos De Caballos Famosos 1992
El rayo Rancherisimo, Vol. 5 1999
Corrido Villista Corridos De La Revolucion 2002


Antonio Aguilar


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The Early Years


Born in Villanueva, in the state of Zacatecas, Mexico, in 1919,Pascual Antonion Aguilar Barrazo, commonly known as Antonio Aguilar, was an actor, a mariachi singer, a producer, and a writer.  He began acting in 1952, during the “Golden Age of Mexican Cinema.”  He was one of the first to bring la cherreria to the public eye.  La Cherreria is a Mexican rodeo.  During his tours throughout Latin America and the United States, he would combine rodeo with his musical performances.


He started his music career in 1950.  He became known for his corridos, or Mexican ballads. Some of his most popular singles include Gabino Barrera,  Caballo Prieto Azabache, and Albur de Amor.  He often combined his musical talents with his acting, performing his corridos, or ballads, during his movies, which were primarily westerns.


A Prolific Career


Over the course of his career, Antonio Aguilar released over 150 albums.  He also contributed to multiple movie soundtracks in the 1950s and 1960s.  While he became known for his corridas, in the 1980s, he is credited with bringing tambora music into the mainstream.  Tambor music refers to a Latin music genre, similar to banda or duranguense, using a tambora drum.  This drum is similar to a bass drum.  It is double headed and is played with a felt covered mallet, and has a cymbal attached to it with a stand.  Aguilar's popular hit, Triste Recuerdo, was the single that was first to bring this genre to the masses.


During his acting career, Aguilar acted in over 125 movies, primarily westerns.  Most of his movies were made in Mexico, in Spanish, but he also appeared in American westerns and war movies.  He acted with such starts as Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, John Wayne, and Ronald Reagan. He was generally the protagonist in his movies, and usually won the lady in the end.  He began producing in 1968, producing twenty-eight movies, as recently as 1994.  He also wrote stories and screenplays for films.  


Here and Now


In June of 2007, Antonio Aguilar died of pneumonia.  His music and film career had been so far reaching that his obituary appeared in newspapers in Los Angeles, New York City, and Washington, DC; several cities in the UK, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, and Chile.


Did you know . . .


  1. Aguilar had been honored for his entertainment contributions in the United State, with a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, and in Mexico City with a star on the Paseo de las Luminarias.

  2. He is the only Latin performer ever to sell out Madison Square Garden in New York City six nights in a row.  These concerts occurred in 1997.

  3. Antonio Aguilar sold over 25 million albums in his lifetime.

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