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Luz Casal Albums
Que corra el aire
Luz Casal chante Dalida: A mi manera
Almas gemelas (Edición especial)
Con Otra Mirada
Como la flor prometida
Como la flor prometida is the seventh studio album of the Spanish singer-songwriter Luz Casal, released in 1995 after a four-year hiatus due to the unexpected success of A Contraluz, her previous album. After thinking about her career, the performer returned to the recording studios in Madrid and London and apart from counting with the production of Chucho Merchán and Paco Trinidad, she also started collaborating with other artists such as Albert Hammond and Carlos Goñi, lead member of the band Revolver amongst others.
"A contraluz" is the sixth studio album of the Spanish female rock singer-songwriter Luz Casal, released in 1991, two years after her previous release. It's also her second album under Hispavox, her music label since 1989. This album, also produced by the Colombian Chucho Merchán, by Paco Trinidad and by herself confirms Casal's reputation as one of the best voices in the Spanish music scene. The commercial success of this album is highly related to the film High heels, directed by Pedro Almodovar, for which two songs from this album were included in its soundtrack.
Quiereme Aunque Te Duela
Quiéreme aunque te duela is the fourth studio album by Spanish female rock singer-songwriter Luz Casal, which was released in 1987, two years after her successful previous release. This is the last album of Luz Casal produced by Carlos Narea and also her last release under Zafiro, her record label. As usual, the singer wrote the most of the songs with the collaboration of her executive producer and other artists such as the Colombian musician Chucho Merchán. Unlike in the previous albums in which the performer used to release three Maxi singles, in this one four singles were released.
Luz III is the third studio album of the Spanish female Rock singer-songwriter Luz Casal released in 1985, only one year after "Los ojos del gato". The singer started working in this third album short after finishing the recording of her preceding album and after its subsequent tours and TV appearances. As usual, Casal wrote the most of the nine songs except from one cover and some other collaborations. Carlos Narea, and Roque Narvaja, were, as usual, the executive producers of this album amongst others.
Los Ojos Del Gato
Los ojos del gato is the second studio album of the Spanish female singer-songrwriter Luz Casal released in 1984 under the record label Zafiro, two years after her debut album. This album was recorded in Madrid, Brussels and Bonn and consists of nine trakcs, the most of them written by herself and by other collaborators such as Ramoncín and other performers such as Hilario Camacho. Just like in her previous release, Carlos Narea was the executive production of this album.
Luz is the debut album by Spanish singer-songwriter Luz Casal, released in September 1982 under the now defunct record label Zafiro. The recording of the album started in 1981, when she left her former record label seeking less control over her personal and creative life. Due to this change, her previous single releases "La guapa", and "El ascensor", released in 1977 and 1980 respectively, were not included in this record.
The album, which was recorded in Madrid, Brussels and Amsterdam, consists of nine tracks, all of them were written by Luz Casal with the executive production or Carlos Narea and with the collaboration of other musicians such as the Argentine singer Roque Narvaja. Most of the songs of this album show a rock to hard-rock sound with a special protagonism of electric and bass guitars and strong drums except from some songs such as the ballad "Eres tú". In general, Luz, with this album, departed from the reggae flavour of her previous releases to a much harder and aggressive sound.
From this album three songs were released as maxi singles: Ciudad sin ley, Eres tú and No aguanto más.
Un Ramo De Rosas
Pequeños, Medianos Y Grandes Exitos
Morna (con Buika)
Que corra el aire
Miénteme al oído
¿Por qué no vuelves, amor?
Historia De Un Amor
Piensa En Mi
No Me Importa Nada
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