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Alfredo Sadel (February 22, 1930 – June 28, 1989) was a popular Venezuelan singer and actor.


Birthday
1930-02-22

Zodiac Sign
Pisces

Died
1989-06-28

Nationality
Venezuelan

First Name
Alfredo

Last Name
Sadel

Birthplace
Caracas, Venezuela

Full Name at Birth
Manuel Alfredo Sánchez Luna

Profile Bio Text
From http://www.alfredosadel.com/ Alfredo Sánchez Luna was born on February 22, 1930 in the San Juan parish of Caracas, Venezuela. His stage name, Alfredo Sadel, arose from the combination of Sanchez and Gardel. He studied music in his childhood with Salesians , his first profesors of music was Reverend Father Calderón(in Salesians School of Salesians in Sarría Caracas, Venezuela), then at the Superior School of Santa Capilla (Caracas, Venezuela), directed by Maestro Sojo. There he studied theory and solfege, harmony, piano and singing. He worked as an assistant to Carlos Cruz Diez at the advertising agency McCann Erickson, where he drew and produced press advertisements. Debut on Radio Caracas Radio In 1946, Sadel made his debut on Radio Caracas Radio, where he recorded his first song, entitled "Desperation." However, the recording never aired. At that time, he was just 16 years old. With insistence, he kept going to amateur programs and then appeared in the "Caravan Camel", a stellar radio program where he received his first opportunity. It was with a paso doble, dedicated to the bullfighter Black Diamond, with which Sadel became a sales phenomenon: He sold 20 thousand copies in a market, where such figures were simply impossible. From that moment, Alfredo Sadel made a name in Venezuela. He recorded albums and even offered to participate in a film: "Flor de campo", the first feature film of national bill. His music, script and cast were 100% Venezuelan. Sadel continued singing in radio programs and recording new albums and adding new repertoires. During this time, he appeared in "Fiesta fabulosa", the first program of his time. Billo Frómeta, Eduardo Serrano and Manuel Enrique Pérez Díaz give him compositions. In 1952, he recorded the songs "Déjame" by Conny Méndez and "Me queda el consouelo" by Aldemaro Romero. He also composes "Por el Prado" and "Cerca de ti". In that same year, Sadel debuts at the Jefferson Theater in New York, and from that moment, begins its popularity in the United States. Acts in the "Ed Sullivan Show", the "Colgate Comedy Hour" and in "Chance of a Lifetime", all top programs of the American television and that were seen from coast to coast in the USA. She also performs with Lola Flores at the San Juan Theater in New York. Pioneer of RCTV In 1953, he was the star artist at the inauguration of Radio Caracas Televisión. In this channel he participated in various programs, among the most memorable, "The Show of Víctor Saume", where he appeared next to Lucho Gatica, and in "El Show de Renny" with Renny Ottolina.Actúa in New York for ABC and appears at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington. Sadel is considered by the press of that country as the most popular Latin artist of American television. In 1955 he made his debut in Havana. Participate in Cuba's television and radio programs. The whole island surrenders at his feet. Share the scene with the most pampered artists in the country, including Beny Moré. That year, he recorded the album "Mi canción", which beat record sales. The Cuban TV offered him to conduct his own program, which years later he completely dominates the tuning. Movie artist in Mexico In Mexico he made several films: "You and the lie", "The mouse", "Good luck", "Martin Santos El llanero", "A Venezuelan in Mexico" and "Three lost bullets". By that time, Alfredo Sadel had already become an idol throughout Latin America. He dominated all the genres and rhythms of America: from the bolero and the tango, to the joropo, the waltz, the merengue and the Venezuelan passages. Without leaving aside the pasodobles and the Hispanic airs. In 1957, with great courage, he recorded the song "Escríbeme", by the composer Guillermo Castillo Bustamante, who from jail dedicated this song to his daughter Inés. It should be noted that at that time, defying the regime of the dictator Marcos Pérez Jiménez meant in many cases death. Sadel also founds the Venezuelan Association of Artists of the Scene (AVADE) and becomes the first union leader of the artists. In 1958, he is the first Venezuelan artist in Hollywood. He is hired by Metro Goldwin Mayer. Record the discs "Sadel to half voice", "Sadel sing to Agustín Lara" and "Caminos de mi tierra". The opera seduces him But in the best moment of his career, as a popular singer and actor, he decided to dedicate himself to opera, aspiring to master the repertoire of great classical authors such as Mozart, Beethoven, Verdi, Puccini, Bizet, Scarlatti and others. He debuted in Caracas as a singer Lyric in the zarzuela "Los Gavilanes", in 1962 in the Municipal Theater. In Europe it was presented in the most prestigious theaters. He traveled to Yugolasvia, Hungary, Switzerland, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and almost all the countries of the Soviet Union at a time when there were no relations with the socialist bloc. He debuted at the Carnegie Hall in New York with the play " Cecilia Valdés. " Later, the company of Plácido Domingo (father) hired him for a Latin American tour in which he had the opportunity to sing alongside Doña Pepita Embil, the mother of the great tenor Plácido Domingo. In Lima, Sadel and Embil starred in what Peruvians described as the most successful zarzuelas seasons that have taken place in that country. A full room sang "The wildcat." Then, Sadel alternated with Plácido Domingo (son) in the opera season of the year 65 at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico. Sadel returned to Europe and debuted as Alfredo Sánchez Luna at the Opera House in Münster, Germany. In St. Gallen, Switzerland, he starred in over one hundred performances. He sang Carmen, La Boheme, Tosca, Don Carlos and El Buque Fantasma de Wagner, Dos Pascuale and Cavalleria Rusticana. There the critic Kurt Pahlen listened, and decided to include it in his book "Great singers of our time". In the Soviet Union he played "Tosca", "Rigoletto", "Traviata", "Lucia di Lamermoor" and "Madame Butterfly". At the same time that he developed his lyrical activity, his passion for Latin American popular music remained intact. In 1979, he recorded an album in homage to Los Panchos. Her debut at the Teresa Carreño Theater was with the Symphonic Orchestra of Venezuela in 1988 Sadel died in Caracas on June 28, 1989 Today is the plaza of the urbanization Las Mercedes in Caracas that bears his name as testimony of the recognition of this town hall and his hometown to his outstanding artistic, cultural and humanistic work and so that future generations do not forget the greatest singer of Venezuela. Alfredo, the human being According to the opinions of friends and family, Alfredo Sadel was a controversial man of volcanic temperament, very vehement in his criteria, which he held with talent. He was a very educated person, intelligent and with a great passion. One of the most outstanding features of his personality was perhaps his immense human condition, since he was very sensitive to the hardships of his people. He was a very dynamic person who always had projects and never settled for what he had done. I always thought I could do better. An example for the Venezuelan youth. Your big topics Among his best-known songs and performances are: Desesperanza”, “Mi canción”, “Canta arpa”, “Di”, “Diamante negro”, “Una noche contigo”, “Granada”, “Toledo” and many songs all over the world in various languages (english, italian, spanish, latin). Credits the Official Site of the Alfredo Sadel Foundation ... President: Rosa Rodríguez de Sánchez Vice President: Alfredo Sánchez Rodríguez A website to remember one of the most important representatives of music in Venezuela in Latin America and the World.

Couple Profile Source
www.alfredosadel.com

High School
Santa Capilla,Music High School,Venezuela

Gender
Male

Occupation Text
Opera Singer

Build
Athletic

Eye Color
Brown - Dark

Hair Color
Brown - Dark

Religion
Roman Catholic

Place of Death
Caracas, Venezuela

Cause of Death
Cancer

Official Websites
www.alfredosadel.com/

Instrument (text)
Piano, Guitar, Cuatro

Music Genre (Text)
Latin, Bolero, Tango, Joropo, Pasodobles, Vals

Year(s) Active
1946 a 1989

Record Label
Sindicalist in arts, Composer, Sindicalist in arts, Sindicalist in arts

Wiki Bio Text
== BIOGRAPHY == Born Manuel Alfredo Sánchez Luna in Caracas, February 22, 1930, Venezuela, to Manuel Sánchez Benítez and Luisa Amelia Luna. Died June 28, 1989. Music career Sadel was affectionately called "The Favorite Tenor of Venezuela". Many different patrons sponsored his career, which started at “Escuela Superior de Música de Caracas” and continued in many different places such as Mexico City; New York City; Buenos Aires; Barcelona, Spain; Salzburg and Milan. In 1948, he recorded the first album produced in Venezuela: “Diamante Negro” quickstep. The record was a sales success and the start of his upward musical career. While under contract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as a potential successor to the cinematic tenor Mario Lanza, Sadel began a serious study of Italian opera, eventually singing full-opera productions under his birth name, Alfredo Sanchez-Luna. Among the roles he sang successfully were the Duke of Mantua in Verdi's "Rigoletto." He sang classical,(opera, lyric singer), latin music (bolero, pasodobles, etc.),folkloric or traditional music. ==== International ==== 1952 Sadel debuts at the Jefferson Theater in New York, and from that moment, begins its popularity in the United States. Acts in the "Ed Sullivan Show", the "Colgate Comedy Hour" and in "Chance of a Lifetime", all top programs of the American television and that were seen from coast to coast in the USA. She also performs with Lola Flores at the San Juan Theater in New York.in New York for ABC and appears at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington. Sadel is considered by the press of that country as the most popular Latin artist of American television. In 1955 he made his debut in Havana. Participate in Cuba's television and radio programs. In Mexico he made several films: "You and the lie", "The mouse", "Good luck", "Martin Santos El llanero", "A Venezuelan in Mexico" and "Three lost bullets".In 1958, he is the first Venezuelan artist in Hollywood. He is hired by Metro Goldwin Mayer. Record the discs "Sadel to half voice", "Sadel sing to Agustín Lara" and "Caminos de mi tierra". In Europe it was presented in the most prestigious theaters. He traveled to Yugolasvia, Hungary, Switzerland, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and almost all the countries of the Soviet Union at a time when there were no relations with the socialist bloc. He debuted at the Carnegie Hall in New York with the play " Cecilia Valdés. " Later, the company of Plácido Domingo (father) hired him for a Latin American tour in which he had the opportunity to sing alongside Doña Pepita Embil, the mother of the great tenor Plácido Domingo. In Lima, Sadel and Embil starred in what Peruvians described as the most successful zarzuelas seasons that have taken place in that country. A full room sang "The wildcat." Then, Sadel alternated with Plácido Domingo (son) in the opera season of the year 65 at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico. Sadel returned to Europe and debuted as Alfredo Sánchez Luna at the Opera House in Münster, Germany. In St. Gallen, Switzerland, he starred in over one hundred performances. He sang Carmen, La Boheme, Tosca, Don Carlos and El Buque Fantasma de Wagner, Dos Pascuale and Cavalleria Rusticana. There the critic Kurt Pahlen listened, and decided to include it in his book "Great singers of our time". In the Soviet Union he played "Tosca", "Rigoletto", "Traviata", "Lucia di Lamermoor" and "Madame Butterfly ===CRONOLOGY=== Cronología de Alfredo Sadel (1930-1989) 1930 Nace en Caracas el 22 de febrero 1943 Canta en programas de aficionados 1946 Debuta en Radio Caracas Radio 1947 Actúa en Radio Tropical y en el Teatro del Pueblo, Teatro Nacional. Aparece en la Caravana Camel de Radiodifusora Venezuela. Hace su primera presentación en público en el Nuevo Circo de Caracas 1948 Graba "El Diamante Negro" , el primer disco de fabricación nacional, récord de ventas. Inaugura el edificio Ondas del Lago en Maracaibo. Estrena el vals "Lluvia" del compositor L. G. Sánchez. Actúa en Radio Valera, Trujillo. Participa en el film "Misión Rítmica" al lado de Amador Bendayán. Estrena la versión vocal de "Caribe" de María Luisa Escobar 1949 Canta en Radio Valencia acompañado de Federico Gaerste. Graba "Desesperanza", éxito del año 1950 Debuta en Radio Continente 1951 Debuta en Ondas Populares (productor Amable Espina). Protagoniza la película "Flor del Campo", primera producción nacional taquillera con música, argumento y reparto totalmente venezolanos. Estrena obras de Eduardo Serrano.Debuta en "Fiesta Fabulosa", programa estelar de la Radiofonía Venezuela (productor René Esteves). Estrena obras de Billo Frómeta y Manuel Enrique Pérez Díaz. Actúa en Radio Barquisimeto. Graba la primera versión fidedigna de "Endrina" 1952 Refistra en Radio Continente los temas "Déame", "Me queda el consuelo", "Por el prado" y "Cerca de ti", con Aldemaro Romero. Es contratado por la RCA Victor. Debuta en el Teatro Jefferson de Nueva York, el último vestigio del vaudeville americano. Debuta en el Cháteau Madrid (establece récord de 13 semanas consecutivas). Debuta en la televisión norteamericana en el programa "Colgate Comedy Hour". Se presenta en el Teatro San Juan de Nueva York al lado de Lola Flores. Graba discos con Aldemaro Romero y Terig Tucci para la RCA Victor (récord de ventas para América Latina) 1953 Inaugura la programación musical de Radio Caracas Televisión 1954 Inaugura el Salón Naiguatá del Hotel Tamanaco. Debuta en la cadena ABC de Nueva York. Gana por cinco semanas consecutivas el concurso "Chance of a lifetime". Es designado "artista latino más popular de la televisión norteamericana" por la United Press. Canta por cuatro semanas consecutivas en el Hotel Shoreham de Washington. Gira por el medioeste de EEUU 1955 Debuta en La Habana. Graba "Mi canción", el primer disco de 12 de larga duración para el mercado de América Latina, récord de ventas 1956 Debuta en República Dominicana. Aparece en el cine, la radio y la televisión mexicana. Filma las películas "Tú y la mentira" y "El ratón". Conduce su propio programa en la televisón cubana, récord de sintoía. Graba el disco "Fiesta Latinoamericana" con la orquesta de Aldemaro Romero. Récord de ventas 1957 Gira por Centroamérica. Estrena "Escríbeme" de Guillermo Castillo Bustamante. Graba el disco "Canciones de René Rojas". Funda el sello Sonus. Graba el pasodoble "Caracas" de Jhony Quiros, récord de ventas. Funda la Asociación Venezolana de Artistas de la Escena (AVADE). Actúa en el Caribe Hilton de San Juan de Puerto Rico 1958 Es contratado por la Metro Goldwyn Mayer de Holywood 1959 Debuta en el Ed Sullivan Show (CBS, N.Y.), en el "Firestone Show" (N.Y.) al lado de la orquesta de Xavier Cugat y de regreso en Venezuela se presenta en el Show de Renny Ottolina en Radio Caracas TV. Graba los discos "Sadel a media voz", "Sadel canta a Agustín Lara" y "Caminos de mi tierra", récord de ventas. Debuta en Colombia (Radio Cadena Caracol, Bogotá y Medellín) 1960 Reaparición en el cine mexicano. Filma "Martín Santos, el llanero" y "Un venezolano en México". Graba para el sello Seeco el disco "Album de gala", disco de oro del año. Inaugura el canal 13 de la televisión argentina. Conduce su propio programa en México "La Barcola Kaiser". Canta en el Teatro Margo de la capital azteca 1961 Debuta como cantante lírico en la zarzuela Los Gavilanes, Teatro Nacional. Estudia en el Mozarteum de Salzburgo y en Milán, Italia 1962 Canta música barroca en Austria. Debuta en el Carnegie Hall de Nueva York en el estreno de la obra cumbre de la lírica cubana "Cecilia Valdez" 1963 Debuta en la Traviata de Verdi (Teatro Municipal de Caracas). Debuta en el Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires como el intérprete de oratorio en la Misa en Re menor de Haydn, acompañado de la Filarmónica de Buenos Aires 1964 Establece récord de 27 funciones agotadas en la ópera española "El Gato Montés" con la compañía de zarzuelas de Plácido Domingo padre, en el Teatro Segura de Lima, Perú. Actúa en Guayaquil, Ecuador. Canta las óperas "L'Amico Fritz" y "La Bohéme" en el Teatro Municipal de Caracas (productor y protagonista) 1965 Debuta como cantante de ópera en el Palacio de Bellas Artes de ciudad de México ("El Barbero de Sevilla") 1966 Canta en el Teatro Colón de Bogotá ("Traviata", "Rigoletto", "Barbero de Sevilla"). Hace su debut en Belggrado, Yugoslavia ("Tosca") 1967 Gitra por la Unión Soviética ("Tosca", "Rigoleto", "La Bohéme", "Traviata"). Se convierte en el primer artista venezolano en cantar en Siberia y en otros 14 países de la URSS 1968 Segunda gira por la URSS 1969 Participa en la Feria de la Divina Pastora en la Voz de Oro de Venezuela. Canta en Barcelona, España, en el Parque Montjuic. Debuta en el Estado de Hamburgo ("Tosca") 1970 Es contratado por el Stadt Theater de St. Gallen, Suiza. Protagoniza allí más de cien funciones de las óperas "El Buque Fantasma" de Wagner, "Don Carlos" de Verdi, "Carmen" de Bizet y "Tosca" de Puccini. El crítico Kurt Pahlen lo incluye en su libro "Grandes cantantes de nuestro tiempo" (traducido a 14 idiomas) 1971 Regresa a Salzburgo con la ópera "Don Carlos" 1972 Debuta en Münster, Alemania con la ópera "Don Pasquale" 1973 Gira por Venezuela 1974 Funda el Plan Nacional de la ópera de Venezuela. Reapariciones en Yugoslavia. Canta las óperas Lucia di Lamermoor, Tosca y Madame Butterfly 1975 Se presenta en el Teatro Municipal de Caracas en las óperas Lucia y La Bohéme. Actúa en el Teatro Juares de Barquisimeto y en el Bellas Artes de Maracaibo 1976 Alterna con Anna Moffo y Césare Bardelli en Tosca. Canta las óperas Cavalleria Rusticana, Payasos, La Traviata y El Barbero de Sevilla 1977 Primera gran temporada popular de ópera en el Aula Magna de la Universidad Central de Venezuela (productor e intérprete) 1978 Debuta en Francia, en la ópera Carmen en el Teatro Municipal de Marsella. Canta en el Teatro Nacional de Santo Domingo (Carmen). Debuta en el Teatro de la Universidad de Puerto Rico con la ópera Cavalleria Rusticana. Alterna con la soprano Cristina Deutekon en la ópera Norma de Bellini en Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Reaparición en Cuba, Teatro Carlos Marx 1979 Regresa a la música popular con el disco homenaje a Los Panchos, primer lugar de ventas y Disco de Oro 1980 Canta en la Temporada de Zarzuelas en el Teatro Nacional de Caracas 1981 Debuta en Tampa, Florida con las óperas Tosca y Lucia 1982 Gira por Colombia y Panamá 1983 Estrena la obra Rapasgotori de Alexis Rago y Luis Pastori en el marco del VI Festival Internacional de Teatro de Caracas. Debuta en el Hunter College de Nueva York al lado de la soprano del Metropolitan Opera House, Lucine Amara 1984 Gira de recitales con Lucine Amara por EEUU 1985 Gira de recitales por el sur de los Estados Unidos. Actúa al lado de Aldemaro Romero en el Gran Salón del Hotel Caracas Hilton 1986 Recital lírico con la Sinfónica Municipal de Caracas. Reaparición en el Hotel Tamanaco de Caracas 1987 Canta en el Teatro Melico Salazar de San José de Costa Rica 1988 Gira por Colombia (Teatro Universidad de Medellín, Teatro Fundadores de Manizales, Teatro Colón de Bogotá). Debuta en el Teatro Teresa Carreño con la Orquets Sinfónica de Venezuela al lado de la soprano Lucine Amara. Por razones de salud suspende sus audiciones en el Metropolitan Opera House de Nueva York 1989 Despedida de su público en Caracas con Los Panchos y María Marta Serra Lima en el Teatro Teresa Carreño. Se edita la Antología "Sadel en el tiempo", una colección selectiva de su obra discográfica. Fallece en Caracas el 28 de junio de 1989 1990 Se crea la Fundación Alfredo Sadel 1992 Se edita el Volumen Uno de la Serie Documentos con las primeras grabaciones de Alfredo Sadel 1993 Aparece el Volumen Dos de la Serie Documentos de Alfredo Sadel 1994 Se publica el Tercer Volumen de la Serie Documentos. Se abre la Exposición "Alfredo Sadel: ídolo por siempre" en la Biblioteca Nacional, Caracas - Venezuela. 1999 Se estrena en una única fecha en el Teatro Teresa Carreño la película "Alfredo Sadel: Aquel Cantor" con la participación en vivo de la OSV con Ilan Chester, Francisco Pacheco y Elvia Sánchez, su hija soprano. 2001 Llega al Ateneo de Caracas el film "Alfredo Sadel: Aquel Cantor" y sobrepasa la cifra de 35 mil espectadores. La cinta gana el Premio a la Calidad del Centro Nacional de Cinematografía. 2009 Se cumplen 20 años de su partida. Ilan Chester, gracias a la tecnología digital, graba a dúo con Sadel la canción "No volverá a encontrarte" con Aldemaro Romero al piano. Se anuncia una nueva biografía del cantante del historiador y periodista Carlos Alarico Gómez. ====DISCOGRAFIA. DISCOGRAPHY==== Discografía[editar] Sadel a media voz, LP SONUS LPS-1014 Sadel canta a Agustín Lara, LP VENEVOX BL-18 Alfredo Sadel - Tangos; Recordando a Gardel Caminos de mi tierra, LP SONOVEN LPSV-1131 Homenaje a Los Panchos Bolero Lírico - International Music Mi Mariposa - International Music Una noche más - Vediscos En Feria, CD DISCOMODA 601472-D En feria, LP SONOVIP 033 Joyas musicales Vol.I, CD VELVET 5093-2 Joyas musicales Vol. II, CD VELVET 5094-2 Lo Mejor de Lo Mejor - RCA International Colección Original - RCA International 16 Éxitos, CD MEDITERRANEO MCD 1007 15 Grandes Éxitos - RCA International Boleros del Recuerdo - Polygram En México, CD LEON 4084-5 El Mejor, CD - LEON 1123 Mi Canción, CD RCA VICTOR 9926-2 RL Nocturnal, LP SONUS LPS-1021 Canta Arpa, LP VENEVOX BL-10 Canta Arpa, CD GILMAR 5 Años dorados, LP ZELEKTO ZLD-0917 Años dorados, CD ANES RECORDS97045 Domino, LP RCA VICTOR LPVC-119 Tangos. LP AS INTERNATIONAL 0630 Cita con Sadel en Buenos Aires, LP VELVET LPV-1144 12 Éxitos, LP VENEVOX BL-14 En vivo y directo, LP VELVET LPV-10-2163 Alma llanera, LP AS INTERNATIONAL LP-0736 Alma llanera, CD ANES RECORDS 96033 Lo mejor de los mejores, LEON 10-046 Boleros del recuerdo, LP PALACIO LPS-66.446 Canciones de Rene Rojas, LP SONUS S-33-1004 Sadel en el tiempo - Vol.I , CD - Españolerias, SONORODVEN 99.14.44 Sadel en el tiempo - Vol. II, CD - Éxitos Internacionales, SONORODVEN 99.14.44 Sadel en el tiempo - Vol. III, CD - Boleros, SONORODVEN 99.14.44 Sadel en el tiempo - Vol. IV, CD - Éxitos Internacionales, SONORODVEN 19.14.44 Sadel en el tiempo - Vol. V, CD - Éxitos Internacuionales, SONORODVEN 19.14.44 De toda Venezuela, CD LEON 1138 Boleros famosos, CD TOP HITS CANADA 1A-501-OO540A Sadel inmortal, CD RODVEN 83084 Canta a Los Panchos, CD SURAMERICANA DEL DISCO 594 Canta a Los Panchos. LP AS INTERNATIONAL LP.0594 Con La Rondalla Venezolana, CD PALACIO 14796 Album de Oro, CD VICTORIA 1011 Grandes Éxitos, CD VICTORIA 1195 Fiesta Latinoamericana, CD RCA VICTOR/BMG MUSIC 74321-17803 Fiesta Latinoamericana. LP RCA VICTOR LPM-1388 Incomparable, CD SEECO SCCD-934 Éxitos del Tenor Favorito de Venezuela, CD DISCOMODA 601509 El inolvidable, CD VICTORIA 1033 Clásicas de amor, CD SURAMERICANA DEL DISCO 784 Clásicas de amor, LP AS INTERNATIONAL 0784 Mis mejores canmciones, CD FUENTES COLOMBIA D-16281 Cantando voy, CD SONOGRAMA S-15.290 Cantando voy, LP RCA VICTOR LPV-7790 El tango es así, CD SURAMERICANA DEL DISCO 630 El disco de oro, CD GILMAR CDG-55 4 Grandes boleristas, CD LECE RECORDS USA 9192 Muñeco de la ciudad, CD ANES (LICENCIA DE SURAMERICANA DEL DISCO) 99121 Invita a Guarapo y otros éxitos, LP RCA VICTOR LPVC-173 Guitarra y voz, LP CONGRESO DE VENEZUELA S/N Epoca de oro, LP ABS RECORDS LP-508 Sadel 25 años, LP DISCOMODA DCM-874 Sadel en Zarzuela, LP LUNAVOX L.P.L.001 Tenor, LP OVACION LPO-3001 Merengues, LP AS INTERNATIONAL L.P.0648 Mejicanas, LP AS INTERNATIONAL L.P.0704 Lo mejor de, LP CIMA LP-302 El hombre de hierro, LP TOP HITS 102-07438 Pasodobles, LP YARE 0599 Ahora, LP YARE LPY- 0323 Te miré, LP SONUS LPS-1041 Con ardor, LP SEECO SCLP 9242 Fuego en el alma, LP PALACIO LP-6159 Le canta a Caracas, LP VELVET-RODVEN 10-2210 Canciones de Johnny Quiroz, LP TUCAN RECORDS LP-1012 Sadel El Grande, LP RCA VICTOR LPV-7681 Sadel en Cuba, LP BASF MC 50.714 Sadel en la Opera, LP VENEVOX BL-11

Associated Acts
Sadel also founds the Venezuelan, Association of Artists of the Scene, (AVADE) and becomes the first, Union Leader Of The Artists

Couple Profile Source
www.music.com, www.wikipedia.com

Record Label
Actor

Music Genre (Text)
Pasillo, Bambuco

Claim to Fame
1947

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