Saturday, August 11, 2012

Florante

Upuan


Side A
Upuan
Florante Medley One (Bahay, Ako'y Pinoy, Digmaan, Sana)
Tagumpay
Ulila
Ika'y Pinay

Side B
Florante Medley Two (May I Go Out, Sepulterero, Si Tatang, Bugtong-bugtong, Abakada)
Sa Aking Mahal
Isang Pintig, Isang bisig
Bagong Handog  

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AbaKaDa


Side A
Watawat
Ngayon
Abakada
hele

Side B
Halimbawa
Mag-ama
Bugtong-bugtong
Unan
Sepulturero
 
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Hajji Florante Tapatan


Side A
Galunggong
Habibabi
Against Dilaw
Inang Mundo

Side B
Pare
Sinasabi Nila
Malaya Ka Kung...
Kasarinlan  

Mga Tula At Awitin Ni:


Side A
Awiting Sariling Akim
Pawis At Tubig
Ako'y Pinoy
Ako
Daliri
Digmaan

Side B
Musika
Pag-ibig Sa Pag-ibig
Nais Ko Sanang Malaman
Pinay
Ibon
Si Tatang

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The Best Of:




Side A
Ako'y Pinoy
Abakada
Kahit Konti
Musika
Pinay
Sino Si Santa Claus

Side B

Ako
Sana
Bugtong Bugtong
Ngayon
Si Tatang
Handog

Florante de Leon, popularly known simply as Florante, is a Filipino singer-songwriter. He was a pioneer and leading exponent of Pinoy folk rock during the DZRJ-AM radio boom in Manila during the 1970s. His more popular singles include the hit ballad, "Handog" (Offering) and other songs, such as "Ako'y Isang Pinoy" (I Am A Filipino), "Abakada" (A-B-C-D), "Digmaan" (War) and "Pinay" (Filipino Woman), which form part of the musical genre called Manila sound. He influenced other singer-songwriters that followed, particularly during the emergence of OPM; these artists include Joey Ayala,[3] Freddie Aguilar and Heber Bartolome.

Even though a folk singer, Florante also became a part of the 1970s Manila sound. Manila sound also gave birth to songs which give pride to Filipinos. Heber Bartolome's "Tayo'y mga Pinoy" is an example. In 2006, Join the Club's hard rock revival of "Handog" was included in Hopia Mani Popcorn revival album.

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