As a singer, Vilma’s thin voice didn’t stop her to become a successful singer. Her hard work paid off and earned her a piece of history. The reluctant singer recorded strings of solo albums that created her signature songs, “Sixteen” and “Bobby, Bobby, Bobby.” Signature songs that enlisted her together with famous singers like Imelda Papin (Bakit), Eva Eugenio (Tukso), Claire DeLaFuente (Sayang), Sharon Cuneta (Mr. DJ), Didith Reyes (Nananabik), Aiza Siguerra (Pagdating Ng Panahon), Freddie Aguilar (Anak), Florante (Handog), and Gary Valenciano (Di Na Natuto). Her sweet and child like voice reflected the innocence of her original up-tempo songs that tackles teenage issues like dating, sexual education, body images, and adulthood. Teenage issues that are still remarkably relevant today (READ MORE).

1971The Sensations
1971Sweet Sweet Vilma
1972Aloha My Love
1972Sing Vilma Sing
1970sAll I See Is You
2005Vilma Santos Greatest Hits - Collection of 23 songs
2000Anak Soundtrack
1970sMabuhay (Various Artist)
1970sChristmas Carols (Various Artist)
1971Baby Vi (Mini LP)
2009Decades of Duets (Vicor 40th Anniversary Collection) - (Various Artist)
1A Kookie Little Paradise
2A Love unspoken
3A Wonderful Day
4Abadaba Honeymoon
5All Alone Am I - Edgar Mortiz
6Aloha Oe
8Always With You
9Among My Souvenir
10Anywhere I Wonder
11Ating Cu Pung Singsing
12Baby Baby Baby
13Baby Cakes
14Batya't Palupalo
15Better Than All
16Beyond The Reef
17Bo Weebel
18Bobby Bobby Bobby
19Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
20Bring Back Your Love
21Da Doo Ron Ron
23Do Re Mi Fa Sol I Love You
24Don’t You break My heart
25Donde Este Santa Claus
27Drop A Line
28Dry your Eyes
29El Condor Pasa
31From The Bottom Of my Heart
32Good Morning Starshine
33Goodnight My Love
34Green Grass Of Home
35Grown Up Like Me
36Have A Good time
37Hawaiian Medley
38Hawaiian Wedding Song
39He's so Near (Yet So Far Away)
40Holy Night
41How I Wish I Were A Model
42I Believe
43I Have Dream
44I Have dream
45I Love You Honey
46I Saw Mommy Kissing Sta. Claus
47I'm Just a Lucky Girl
48I Understand
49I Wonder Why
50I Wonder Why (Duet with Edgar Mortiz)
51I'm The One For You
52Isipin Mong Basta't Mahal Kita
53It's Been A Long Long Time
54It's Wonderful To be In Love
55Jealous Heart
56Jingle bell Rock
57Jingle Bells
58Just Say You Be Mind
59Little Brown Gal
60Love Letters
62Mama Don't Cry At My Wedding
63Mamang kutsero
64Mandolins In The Moonlight
65Mary's Boy Child - Edgar Mortiz
66Mga Rosas Sa Putikan
67May The good Lord Bless And Keep You
68My Boy Lollipop
69My First Kiss
70My Promise To You
71My Rosary
72My Special Angel
73My World Is Your World
74Nine Little Teardrops
75Oh Lonesome Me
76Our Day Will Come
77Palong Palo
78Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
79Rudolph The red Nosed Raindeer
80Sad Movies
81Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
82Sealed With a kiss
83Seven Lonely Days
85Silent Night
86Silver Bell
88So With me
89Something Stupid - Vilma Santos & Edgar Mortiz
91Spinning Wheel
92Sta. Claus Is Comming To Town
93The Birds And The bees
94The Rick-Tick Song
95Then Along Came You Edgar
96To Love Again
97Tok Tok Palatok
98Tweedle Dee
99Two People In Love
100Walang Umiibig
101When The Clock Strikes One
102White Christmas
103Why Don't You Beleive Me
104Wonderful World Of Music
106You Don't Love Me Any More
107You Made Me Love you
108Your Kisses Are Losing Their Sweetness
109You're All I Want For Christmas
110Young Love - Vi & Bot Guy & Pip
111Bato Sa Buhangin (Movie Version) Joel Torre, Vilma Santos

Wilear's Top Company in Philippine Awards - "...The third annual presentation of the Awit Awards was held at the Manila Hotel with Senator Doy Laurel of the Philippine Congress as guest of honor and principal speaker. The sponsoring group was the Philippine Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (PARAS). The event criticized in the local circle because of its unpopular results and deglamourized presentation, gave posthumous awards of merit to Frankie Martin, a juror last year, and Santiago Suarez, one of Filipino musical stalwarts. The founder of the Awit Awards, Billboard correspondent Oskar Salazar, was also honored. Wilear's Records scored heavily in the awards this year. The foreign division was permanently scrapped. Two major companies, Villar Records and Dyna Products, Inc. did not submit nominations this year. The 1970 winners are...Best Single - "Sixteen" by Vilma Santos (Wilear's)...Album Liner Notes (LP & Mini) - "Baby Vi" (Wilear's)...Mini-Album - "Something Stupid" by (Wilear's)...Given citations for their support were Tower Productions, stations DZTM and DZTR and Gloria Sevilla, a film producer. - Billboard Magazine, International News Reports, 14 August 1971 (READ MORE)

Local Artists Score in Manila Listing - "...The July tabulations of the Philippine Record Dealers' Association, listing the top artsts of the month in the point of sales, only lists two foreign artists, Elvis Presley and Petula Clark. Alpha artist...The association also released listings by categories, the top three in each local female (English) - Aunor, Vivar and Vilma Santos (Wilear's); Local male singer (English) - Cruz, Wood and Darius Razon (Alpha); Groups = Mabuhay Singers, D'Big Sullivan (Alpha-Vicor) and Ambivalent Crowd (Vicor); Instrumental: Relly Coloma (Villar), Amormio Cillan, Jr (Dyna) and Eric Dimson (Vicor)..." - Billboard Magazine, International News Reports, 14 August 1971 (READ MORE)


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