What sounded in the Spain of 1945? We were far from modernity which meant the Italian, French and American influence of more years late. The copla continued to rule as mistress and mistress of the radio broadcasts. Juanita Reina was already the great star, but were also the ill-fated Mari Paz, a Carmen Morell prior to duo that formed with Pepe Blanco and a Lola Flores that this year provided the original version of "Pepa Bandera". In the part of the harmonies, vowels, kings were the Xey. In the magazine, Celia Gámez. In the melodic song, Rafael Medina, Jorge Sepúlveda or Antonio Machin. And in the swing, Rina Celi. It may surprise many recording of "The make-up artist" by José Luis Ozores, who was beginning to emerge as a comic actor. Or the inclusion of two pasodobles dedicated to other so many matadors lords of the time, the Mexican Arruza and Alvaro Domecq. And the contribution is not lacking Mexican, so present in these forties. In this case with the singer, and actor, Jorge Negrete. The copla commanded, but they pointed other things.