New version of the Paco de Lucía Integral, 27 CDs his complete work remastered. "Cositas Buenas", his last album, comes as a new in this new Integral. Now in a new economic format. This collection is a unique tour of the work of Paco de Lucia from 1964 to 2004. During his sojourn in the United States, Paco was able to experience for himself the art of Sabicas, who in those years formed a duo with Mario Escudero. Paco, deeply rooted in the school of Manuel Serrapí ”Niño Ricardo”, saw a universe of new possibilities open up for his career as a performing artist.
Released just after Cuts Both Ways and a year before her Greatest Hits compilation, Exitos de Gloria Estefan rounds up the key highlights among the singer's Spanish-language recordings for Sony Discos. Expected inclusions like "Conga" and "Don't Wanna Lose You" are here, of course, albeit in Spanish (though "Here We Are" is oddly here in its Portuguese version). More notably, however, Exitos de Gloria Estefan also rounds up unexpected inclusions, some of which never had English-language hit counterparts. "Renacer" is a remake of the title track from Miami Sound Machine's debut album from way back in 1977, for instance, while "Dingui-Li Bangui" is a wonderful song that will be new to most English-language-inclined listeners. And too, the English-language "Dr. Beat" is a welcome inclusion, for it's a catchy and fun dance-pop song from 1984 that was unfortunately left off the Greatest Hits collection. Most of Miami Sound Machine's less commercially successful albums remained out of print for years, so Exitos de Gloria Estefan is one of the few relatively available albums featuring these songs.
With her powerful pipes, stunning showmanship, and superhuman sense of timing, Celia Cruz defined her chosen genre like few other performers in the history of popular music. EXITOS ETERNOS is a collection of tracks the "Queen of Salsa" recorded during the last decade of her life that, despite the vocalist's advanced age, clearly show Cruz's talents never wavered. Known for her uncompromising attitude and refusal to sing in English, Cruz valued aesthetic purity, but never became a museum piece. A driving pulse and rhythmic toasting that recall dancehall reggae propel her 2001 hit "La Negra Tiene Tumbao," and other tracks feature subtle synthesizer textures. Unlike lesser artists, however, Cruz is able to incorporate these disparate sonic colors seamlessly, making them sound as traditional as a conga drum or guiro. Of course, the unrelenting force behind each recording is Cruz's astounding voice, the sheer energy of which makes even these later recordings sound both classic and utterly contemporary.
Greatest Hits is an album released in 1997 by Don Johnson on the Sony Music Argentina.
Donald McCluskey, born in Buenos Aires , Argentina, was characterized ever since its emergence as a singer for playing summer issues, expressing a message linked to joy and rhythm. His beginnings in music the group performs with "The In" by the hand of Francis Smith. She decides to make it as a soloist in pequñas stakes in some TV shows and what at the time were called "nightclubs". Getting Music in the blood, with an inescapable influence the group consisting of his brothers "The Mac Ke Macluskeys", recorded in 1967 for RCA Victor record company, Shivering, a song by Nono Pugliese, that original version was a rock Donald slower than with judgment and good sense of smell, change to another rhythm. The issue is when the producer Pugliese successfully included in one of its TV ads, cigarettes Shivering Chesterfied to topic. Then everything was a success. Soon the hit selling 600,000 copies and get a desired spread for any performer, his image becomes familiar in every household Argentines and the stunning success of his songs take you to star in film movies how "We were always mates" and "on a beach by the sea. "