Rey Valera

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Reynaldo Valera Guardiano (4 de mayo de 1954 en Meycauayan, Bulacán), conocido artísticamente como Rey Valera. Es un cantante, músico y director de cine filipino. Ha compuesto temas musicales para producciones cinematográficas. Siendo uno de los artístas más destacados en su país, como premio recibió su propia estrella en un paseo de fama en su ciudad natal.

Carrera[editar]

Rey Valera comenzó su carrera en 1977, después haber formado parte de una banda musical de música eléctronica durante siete años. Cuando se separó de su banda, lanzó su primer single como solista, haciéndose conocer por como cantante y compositor profesionalb en solitario. Su primer tema musical que lo llevó a la fama, fue "Ako si Superman", que lo compuso primeramente para que lo cantara Rico Puno. El antiguo jefe de una empresa de producciones llamada "Vicor", le dio la oportunidad de interpretar su primer tema musical y al mismo tiempo Rey fue contratado por dicha casa de producciones. Rey ha compuesto y producido también temas musicales para otros artistas, entre ellos Rico Puno, con los temas musicales titulados "Perdón Na", "Pwede Ba", "Daigdig Ng Ala-ala" y luego para Pol. Enríquez, con el tema musical "Ayoko na Sa Yo" y así sucesivamente para otros interpretes. También los famosos interpretes y compositores, produjieron los álbumes discográficos para Rey, como Naaalala Ka, Rey Valera vol. 2, Walang Kapalit, Hello, The Rey Valera Christmas Album, Gabay Mo Ako, Rey Valera's Greatest Hits Vol. 2, Walang Kapalit, Hola, Rey Valera Álbum de Navidad, Gabay Mo Ako, Rey Valera's Greatest Hits Vol.. 1, vRey Valera's Greatest Hits Vol. 1, Rey Valera's Greatest Hits Vol.. 2, Pirapirasong Ala-ala, Sa Kabila Ng Lahat, Kung Sakaling Iibig Muli, FM Ka, AM Ako, Home Sweet Home, Ang Mahalaga y entre otros. La mayoría de sus discos recibieron reconocimientos y premiaciones, obteniendo principalmente discos de oro y platino. Su música registrado bajo el sello discográfico de "Vicor Corporation", ha copilado en su biblioteca musical, famosas canciones que han sido publicados en 4 álbumes discográficos. Discos que recibieron el nombre bajo el título de "Walang Kapalit", esto por sus 40 años de aniversario de su carrera artística.

Composiciones musicales en sus películas[editar]

Leyenda:
() Sólo música

(*) Música y canción

(**) Sólo tema

(***) Título de la película y el tema de la canción

(****) Música, película título, tema musical (mismo título de la canción como título de película)

Películas Actores/Actrices Theme Song Used
Strangers in Paradise ****[1] Lloyd Samartino/Snooky Serna
Hello Young Lovers ****[2] Gabby Concepcion/Snooky Serna
Romansa *[3] Vilma Santos/Edu Manzano
Cristal **** Lampel Cojuangco
Exploitation **** Alma Moreno
Kabiyak * Vilma Santos
Annie Sabungera ****[4] [5] Nora Aunor/Rey Valera/ Ace Vergel
G.I. Baby * Lampel Cojuangco
Stepsisters *[6] Lorna Tolentino/Rio Locsin Tayong Dalawa
Hiwalay * Vilma Santos/Dindo Fernando
Sinasamba Kita **** Vilma Santos/Phillip Salvador
Burgis ****[7] Gabby Concepción
Init o Lamig[8] Charito Solis/Elizabeth Oropesa
Juan Balutan[9] Niño Muhlach/Kristina Paner
Pusong Uhaw[10] Gina Alajar/Mark Gil
Abigael ****[11] Cherie Gil/Alma Moreno/Gabby Concepción
My Prince Charming * Janice de Belen/Gabby Concepción
Kung Kasalanan Man ** Dina Bonnevie
Abot Hanggang Sukdulan ** Snooky Serna
Kahit Wala Ka Na *** Sharon Cuneta/Richard Gómez
Babangon Ako at Dudurugin Kita ** Sharon Cuneta/Christopher de Leon
Maging Sino Ka Man *** Sharon Cuneta/Robin Padilla
Sa Kabila Ng Lahat *** Dina Bonnevie/Nanette Medved
Barumbado Robin Padilla
Baricuatro Sonny Parsons
Boy Amores Anthony Alonzo
Carnap King Robin Padilla
UZI Brothers Ronnie Ricketts/Sonny Parsons
Boy Kristiano Bobby Zhornach
To Mama With Love *[12] Julie Vega/Janice de Belen
Noel Juico * Raymart Santiago Hintayin Mo Ako
Hahalik Ka Rin Sa Lupa Sonny Parsons
Isang Salop Na Bala Palito
Múltiple Murder Jess Lapid Jr.
Lumaban Ka, Sagot Kita Sa Diyos * Julio Diaz/Tommy Abuel
Asiong Salonga 3 E.R./Ejercito
Mana Sa Ina Rita Avila
Iisa-isahin Ko Kayo * Ronnie Ricketts
Sisingilin Ko Ng Dugo * Patrick dela Rosa
Kumander Tata Jess Lapid Jr.
Bahala na Gang Sonny Parsons
Ambush Ronnie Ricketts
Salisi Gang Sonny Parsons
Masikip Ang Langit Jess Lapid Jr.
Kalawang Sa Bakal Ricky Davao
Anak Ni Baby Ama Robin Padilla
Pangako Sa iyo *** Sharon Cuneta/Bong Revilla
Tayong Dalawa *** Sharon Cuneta/Gabby Concepción
Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo *** Sheryll Cruz/Romnick Sarmenta
Una Kang Naging Akin ** Sharon Cuneta/Gabby Concepción Kung Kailangan Mo Ako
Hari Ng Selda * Robin Padilla/ Angelika dela Cruz Batang Bilanggo
Walang Kapalit *** Sharon Cuneta/Richard Gómez
Tampisaw * Aleck Bovick Ambon
Masarap Na Pugad * Aleck Bovick/Gary Estrada Bangka
Kerida * Aleck Bovick/Mark Gil/Gardo Versoza Nagpapanggap
Makamundo * Gardo Versoza Mundo ng Makamundo
Mapupulang Labi Maye Tongco
Sex Scandal Allen Dizon
U-Belt * Aleck Bovick Butas ng Karayom
Naglalayag ** Nora Aunor Sa Gitna ng Buhay Ko

Cronología[editar]

Datos Comentarios
1977 Wrote and sung "Ako Si Superman"

November: wrote the song 'Mr. D.J." and 'Kahit Maputi Na Ang Buhok Ko" for Sharon Cuneta. Both songs received Gold Record Awards.
1978 October:Received his first Gold Record Award for single entitled "Naaalala Ka". He wrote the song "Sorry Na, Puwede Ba" for Rico Puno while doing his first album that same year.
1979 Joined Blackgold Records, a sister company of Vicor Music Corporation, as a record producer. He rose to the position of assistant Vice President for Research and Composition.[13]

That same year he waxed his record album with hits such as Maging Sino Ka Man, Malayo Pa Ang Umaga, etc.

Tried to venture in music directional jobs.
1980 Rey Valera started writing songs for other singers again, this time for Geraldine with the song "Pangako", and Lirio Vital's "Naniniwala Ako Sa Iyo".
1981 February: he was awarded the Gold Record Award for the hit single "Kung Kailangan Mo Ako".

June: he received the Gold Album Award from a compilation of his past hits titled "Rey Valera's Greatest Hits".

October: he represented the Philippines as a songwriter in the first Asean Song Festival held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.[14]

[15]

he was also awarded the Gold Record Award for the album entitled, "Walang Kapalit".

November: bagged the title "Juke Box King of the Year".

1982 Received "The King Of Tagalog Songs" award.

Tried the movies via Annie Sabungera with Nora Aunor.[4] [5]
1983 March: He sang the song "Gabay Mo Ako", as one of the finalist in the Metro Manila Pop Music Festival. It was in March also when his long playing album "Hello" became another Gold Record.

April: Received the title "Entertainer of the Year".

May: Held the title, "King of Tagalog Songs" for the second time.

December: Rey Valera's Greatest Hits" album became Platinum Record.

This was also the year that an impostor used Rey Valera's name to his disastrous advantage.
1984 Transferred to Wea Records and waxed his last album. He wrote another gold hit song entitled, "Pirapirasong Alaala" for another female singer.

Dropped show business.[13] Went back to his family to make up for lost days.

He joined the movie industry now as a musical director.
1985-1986 The country saw the economic crisis that led to the downfall of the local music industry. During these times, Rey Valera relied heavily on his movie scoring works, devoted his time to his promotion business, while anticipating the comeback for the Golden Era of the Philippine Music Industry.
1988 TV Personality, comedian, and fellow Bulakeño Bert Marcelo persuaded Rey to make a comeback in live performances and join him in a series of concerts called "Hatid Saya" in Europe and Middle East.[16]
1989 Began training and introducing aspiring composers to professional songwriting and studioworks.
1992 Joined Sharon Cuneta in her Mega concert in U.S. and Japan.[17]
1993-1994 Member of the Board of Directors - FILSCAP[13]
1994 Nominee, Best Original Song Category - "Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo".
2000 Joined forces with Freddie Aguilar, Mike Hanopol, Vehnee Saturno, and formed the group, SAGA (Songs And Generations After).[18] The group recorded one album, and performed one major concert in Canada. It was their first and last concert as SAGA, and the group disbanded months later.
2002 Merged with Rico Puno and Hajji Alejandro, in a series of "The Greatest Hits" concerts.
2003 The group "Greatest Hits 5" or "GH5" was formed with Rey Valera, Hajji Alejandro, Rico Puno, Marco Sison and Nonoy Zuñiga which continues to perform locally and internationally.

Recipient, Lifetime Achievement for Music 8th Tinig Awards from The National Press Club
2004 Participant, Travel Advocacy Campaign, Department of Tourism, "Biyahe Tayo", WOW Philippines.[19]

Winner, Best Song Category, "Sa Gitna Ng Buhay Ko" for the movie "Naglalayag", Metro Manila Film festival[20]
2005 July: Released the "Panghabangbuhay" album with his children's band called "Saling Ket".[21]

Awardee, 18th Awit Awards Dangal ng Musikang Pilipino - Lifetime Achievement Award, given by The Philippine Association of Recording Industries[22]
2006 November 9: Inducted to Bulacan's own Walk of Fame, in the "Hardin ng Sining at Bayani", Malolos Bulacan
2007 August 17: The 1st Ikon Asean music competition was held, and Vina Morales won as the 1st Asean Ikon Champion with her interpretation of Rey's song, "Pangako"

Referencias[editar]

  1. Jingle Sensation Magazine February 21 1983 Advertisement "Strangers in Paradise" [1]
  2. Unknown Newspaper, Advertisement, "Hello Young Lovers" [2]
  3. Philippines Daily Express, Advertisement, "Romansa", November 22, 1980 [3]
  4. a b Old Photo taken during Annie Sabungera Shooting [4]
  5. a b Vidcaps from Annie Sabungera [5]
  6. Unknown Newspaper, Advertisement, "Stepsisters" [6]
  7. Bulletin, Advertisement, "Burgis" June 28, 1981 [7]
  8. Unknown Newspaper, Advertisement, "Init o Lamig"[8]
  9. People's Journal, Advertisement, "Juan Balutan", February 28, 1982[9]
  10. Philippines Sunday Express, Advertisement, "Pusong Uhaw", March 17, 1982 [10]
  11. Unknown Newspaper, Advertisement, "Abigael"[11]
  12. Daily Express May 13 1983 Advertisement, "To Mama, With Love" [12]
  13. a b c globalpinoy.com "Pinoy Musicians, Rey Valera" [13]
  14. 1st ASEAN Song Festival Programme Book October 31 1981 [14]
  15. Philippines Daily Express "Marco Sison, Lirio Vital represent RP in ASEAN song festival in KL" October 26,1981[15]
  16. Hatid Saya Poster Athens 1992[16]
  17. Mega Live Concert Tour '92 Poster [17]
  18. pilipinosuperstore.com "SAGA Ang Aming Awit" [18]
  19. Lakbay Pilipinas - "Biyahe Tayo" Lyrics and music video[19]
  20. journal.com.ph June 30 2004 " 'Naglalayag' sails high at MFF awards night " [20]
  21. Manila Bulletin Online March 2, 2006 "Saling Ket, The Family That Sings Together"[21]
  22. manilastandardtoday.com "The Year of OPM" May 26 2005 [22]