Por amor
    (1998)

    Music CD

    Call Numbers:
    CD/WORLD/EUROPE/SPAIN/LARA,A
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Details

PUBLISHED
New York : Atlantic, [1998]
℗1998
DESCRIPTION
1 audio disc (64 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN
23794 2
LANGUAGE
Spanish
NOTES

Compact disc

Mujer (3:59) -- Solamente una vez (3:51) -- Guitarra guajira ; Palmera (6:05) -- Noche de ronda (4:20) -- Noche criolla (3:34) -- Te quiero (3:58) -- Maria Bonita (3:30) -- Granada (3:58) -- Rose (3:52) -- Mi rival (2:28) -- Veracruz (3:59) -- Se me hizo facil (3:23) -- Piensa en mi (4:23) -- Arrancame la vida (3:51) -- Palabras de mujer (3:38) -- Farolito ; Arroyito (3:33)

Bebu Silvetti, production, arrangement and musical direction

Placido Domingo, vocals ; Ezra Kliger, concert master ; The VVC Symphonic Orchestra, strings ; Manny Lopez, guitars and mandolins ; "Rayito", Spanish guitar on Granada ; Bebu Silvetti, pianos and synthesizers ; Jorge Casas and Julio Hernandez, bass ; Orlando Hernandez, drums ; Rafael Solano, percussion ; Ramon Flores, trumpet on Granada ; Scott Higgins, marimba on Veracruz and Noche criolla ; John Bilezikjizn, Richard Bernard and John Kurnick, mandolins on Noche de ronda ; Mariachi Mora Arriagas, mariachi on Se me hizo fácil ; Lisette Solis, Diana Denis, Dayami Juan and Jerjes Valero, additional vocals ; José Colángelo, arrangement, musical direction and piano on "Arráncame la vida"

Alfredo Matheus, Joel Numa, Gustavo Borner, Charlie Paakkari, Carlos Nieto, Richie Perez and Glen Marchese, recording engineers ; Steve Genewick, Eric Cowden, Wil Donovan, Chris Wiggins, Matt Wilcox, Aaron Sprague, Tom Hughes, Peter Doell, Al Sanderson and Jef Burns, assistant engineers ; Recorded at Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, California, The Hit Factory, New York, New York, Circle House Studios, Miami, Florida, Extreme Music, Miami, Florida, Afterhours, Miami, Florida and Oceanway Studios, Hollywood, California ; Portugues Da Silva and Osvaldo Acedo, engineers on "Arráname la vida"

Sung in Spanish

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