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Carácter Latino 2018
Bailar El Viento
Cuando el Río Suena...
El Mundo y los Amantes Inocentes (Edición Especial)
Caprichos De Mujer
A Un Milímetro De Ti Y Cada Vez Más Cerca (Edición Deluxe)
Pack Solo Si Es Contigo (Recopilatorio)
Hablamos De Madrid
Pájaros En La Cabeza
Pájaros en la cabeza is the fourth studio album by the Spanish folk rock group Amaral released in Spain during 2005, that same year the album received their second nomination for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and it was the best selling domestic album of that year in Spain.
Sus Canciones (Operación Triunfo 2017)
Todo Tiene Su Fin
Quédate y Ya Verás
"Amaia Montero" is the debut solo album by Spanish singer Amaia Montero, after an eleven-year music career as the frontwoman for La Oreja de Van Gogh. It was released in Spain on 18 November 2008 by Sony BMG. "Quiero Ser" was the first single released from the album. According to "Promusicae" Amaia Montero was the Ninth biggest selling album of 2008 in Spain, for surpassing sales of 81,000 in less than 2 months. The album was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Album at the 2009 Latin Grammy Awards.
Via Dalma II
El Niño Pena
Pop Español De Los 90
Arena En Los Bolsillos
Arena en los bolsillos is the first solo studio album from Spanish musician Manolo García, released in 1998. The album contains 12 individual songs, plus an alternate version of the song "Carbón y ramas secas" and an instrumental version of the song "Pájaros de barro."
Platino. Las 30 Canciones
Mas de 10
Andy & Lucas
Produced by Argentinian film composer Gustavo Santaolalla, Vengo Venenoso is the first release from singer/guitarist Antonio Carmona since leaving the hugely influential Latin pop outfit Ketama. Like his former band's output, Carmona's 2006 debut fuses contemporary flamenco with jazz, hip-hop, and salsa influences, and includes collaborations with rapper Mala Rodriguez ("Ay de Ti)", Colombian singer/songwriter Juanes ("A Tu Lado"), and Spanish balladeer Alejandro Sanz ("Parc Que Tu No Llores").
Un Viaje Nada-Logico
Nota en Do
Cuerpo y Alma
Al Filo De La Irrealidad
Produced by Alejandro Vazquez, Al Filo de la Irrealidad is the fifth studio album from 2002 "Operacion Triunfo" finalist David Bustamante. Combining Latin pop with romantic ballads, flamenco, salsa, and cumbia, the 2007 release from the man described as Spain's answer to Ricky Martin includes the singles "Cobarde," "Mi Consentida," and the title track.
Muchas Flores is the sixth studio album released by Spanish performer Rosario Flores. It was released by BMG International in 2001. The album was produced by Fernando Illán and Cachorro López. Muchas Flores earned Flores a Latin Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Album. Flores recorded songs written by Jorge Drexler, Andrés Calamaro, Alberto Moraga and herself. The album lead single, "Cómo Quieres Que Te Quiera", features the participation of Raimundo Amador playing guitar and Luis Dulzaines on percussion.
The release of the album was named "the return of Rosario," since critics and public rejected her previous album, Jugar a la Locura, a Rock-infused album. Muchas Flores proved to be a success, selling 250,000 units in Spain, aided by the singer exposure on Talk to Her, a 2002 film by Pedro Almodóvar. Flores also did a small promotional tour in the United States to benefit the album, and a full length worldwide tour, which lasted two years and concluded with the recording of her following album De Mil Colores.
Muchas Flores received mixed critical reviews. Chris Nickson of AllMusic gave the album 2 stars out of 5.
No Hay Relojes Si Tenemos Sueños
Souleria Nueva Edicion
Los Chunguitos. 80 Canciones. 40 Años de Éxitos
Villancicos Flamencos. Los 25 Mejores
Puerto Presente is a musical album by Macaco.
Esta Mañana Y Otros Cuentos
A pleasant live recording highlighted by some superstar guests, Esta Mañana y Otros Cuentos was a welcome if curious way for Coti to follow up his 2004 album, Canciones Para Llevar. Curious because its release came only six months after the bonus-track-bolstered February 2005 re-release of Canciones Para Llevar. That was a nice little album of well-written and well-produced, if perhaps a little blandly performed, songs. It features a few really great songs, namely "Otra Vez," "Bailemos," and "Oleada," yet it wasn't as well received commercially as it probably should have been, considering its quality (and too, considering Coti's status as one of Latin music's leading hitmakers). Hence the value-added re-release as well as this live album, which seem intended by Universal Music Latino to push Coti onto music consumers a bit harder this go-round. Esta Mañana y Otros Cuentos does include several songs not previously released on Canciones Para Llevar, which is a draw, but the superstar guests who pop up on a number of songs are the real draw here. Chief among these guests are Julieta Venegas and Paulina Rubio, two grateful recipients of Coti's hitmaking talent. The two beautiful ladies duet with Coti individually and, best of all, they also join him on "Nada Fue un Error" for an all-star trio performance. While this song is far and away the best moment on Esta Mañana y Otros Cuentos -- and no doubt the reason why a great many people will seek out this particular release in the first place -- this is an album full of golden moments. Coti really is a great songwriter, and he pulls out all the standout songs from his debut album, most especially "Otra Vez," which he sings in conjunction with Rubio. As mentioned earlier, Coti's not the most colorful performer, which is why his music isn't as well appreciated as it probably should be, but if you don't expect fireworks from him as a performer, it's easy to enjoy him as a songwriter. And while that's fine, the fireworks brought to the overall performance by the assortment of guests do make Esta Mañana y Otros Cuentos an exceptional release by Coti. The all-star performance of "Nada Fue un Error" alone makes this release an event and thus more engaging than the sometimes ho-hum stretches of Canciones Para Llevar.
Tú y Yo (Tour Edition) (Tour Edition)
"Tú y Yo" is the fifth studio album of Spanish singer David Bisbal. It was released on March 18, 2014.
Año X (Remasterizado)
Canciones Encontradas y Grandes Exitos
Sus Grandes Éxitos: Todo Tiene Su Fin
40 años de cante
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