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José José, Marco Antonio Muñiz, Raúl Di Blasio, Armando Manzanero - Bohemia Volumen II mp3 track

José José, Marco Antonio Muñiz, Raúl Di Blasio, Armando Manzanero - Bohemia Volumen II mp3 track

MP3 1968 mb. | FLAC 1417 mb. | WMA 1181 mb.

Performer: José José
Title: Bohemia Volumen II
Style: Bolero, Ballad
Category: Latin / Pop
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: AU MPC MP2 TTA RA ADX XM

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Introducción 0:29
2 Por Debajo De La Mesa 4:06
3 Contigo Aprendí 3:19
4 No Ha Pasado Nada 3:30
5 Contigo En La Distancia
Written-By – Cesar Portillo De La Luz
2:26
6 El Andariego
Written-By – Alvaro Carrillo
1:52
7 Balada Para Adelina
Composed By – Olivier Toussaint, Paul Senneville*
2:11
8 Hasta Que Te Conocí
Written-By – Juan Gabriel
3:44
9 La Nave Del Olvido
Written-By – Dino Ramos
3:16
10 Delirio
Written-By – Cesar Portillo De La Luz
2:26
11 Almohada
Written-By – Adán Torres*
3:3
12 El Despertar
Written-By – Ruben Fuentes
2:04
13 Escándalo
Written-By – Rafael Cárdenas, Ruben Fuentes
2:20
14 Como Yo Te Amé 1:47
15 Ahora 2:41
16 Amor Mio
Written-By – Alvaro Carrillo
2:07
17 Volver Volver
Written-By – Fernando Z. Maldonado
2:21

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – BMG Entertainment Mexico, S.A. De C.V.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Entertainment Mexico, S.A. De C.V.
  • Glass Mastered At – Sonopress Arvato, USA – E409001

Credits

  • Mixed By – Craig Block
  • Piano – Raúl Di Blasio (tracks: 7, 8, 12 to 15, 17)
  • Producer – Rodolfo Ayala
  • Vocals – Armando Manzanero (tracks: 2 to 4, 14 to 17), José José (tracks: 9 to 11, 17), Marco Antonio Muñiz (tracks: 4 to 6, 12, 13, 17)
  • Written-By – Armando Manzanero (tracks: 2 to 4, 14, 15)

Notes

Grabado en vivo en la ciudad de Monterrey, N.L.
en el Auditorio Luis Elizondo el 8 y 9 de Octubre de 1999
con la unidad movil de Estudio 19 por Craig Block

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 43217 61542 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 74321761542 Sonopress (logo) + + E409001
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L028
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1031

Por Debajo de la Mesa. feat: Armando Manzanero. 4. No Ha Pasado Nada. feat: Armando Manzanero, Marco Antonio Muñiz.

Vocals – Armando Manzanero (tracks: 2 to 4, 14 to 17), José José (tracks: 9 to 11, 17), Marco Antonio Muñiz (tracks: 4 to 6, 12, 13, 17). Written-By – Armando Manzanero (tracks: 2 to 4, 14, 15). Notes. Grabado en vivo en la ciudad de Monterrey, . en el Auditorio Luis Elizondo el 8 y 9 de Octubre de 1999 con la unidad movil de Estudio 19 por Craig Block.

In 1983 he released his first album on EMI Chile. Then, a producer from the record company BCS-S in Chile contracted with Di Blasio and his second album was born. This album included Latin American music. Di Blasio has made a historical duet in Santo Domingo with the international renowned French pianist Richard Clayderman. Brasileirinho (2000). Di Blasio-Gardel Tango (2002). Bohemia Vo. (with José José, Marco Antonio Munis and Armando Manzanero). Clave De Amor (with José Luis Rodríguez "el Puma" (2003)).

Introduccion - José José, Armando Manzanero, Marco Antonio Muñiz. 2. Por Debajo de la Mesa - Armando Manzanero. 3. Contigo Aprendi - Armando Manzanero. No Ha Pasado Nada - Armando Manzanero, Marco Antonio Muñiz. 5. Contigo En La Distancia - Marco Antonio Muñiz. 6. El Andariego - Tema Restringido - Marco Antonio Muñiz. 7. Balada para Adelina - Raul Di Blasio. 8. Hasta Que Te Conoci - Raul Di Blasio. 9. La Nave del Olvido - José José. 10. Delirio - José José. 11. Almohada - José José. Listen to Bohemia II in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2000 BMG Entertainment Mexico, .

On September 1999, he joined fellow countrymen Armando Manzanero, Marco Antonio Muñiz and Argentine pianist Raúl di Blasio for a series of concerts dubbed "Noche Bohemia" (Bohemian Night) at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. In 2010, he released José José Ranchero, another concept album with some of his greatest hits, separated from the original accompaniment, remastered and accompanied with mariachi, giving his classics a traditional Mexican sound  .

Pianist Raúl Di Blasio was born in Zapala, Argentina in 1949, beginning his musical training at age six; initially studying Latin musical traditions like the tango and bossa nova, he was influenced by classical European composers including Beethoven and Rachmaninoff. As a teen, however, Di Blasio discovered the Beatles, and he immediately formed his own rock band, Los Diabólicos, which gained some success nationally and continued on until 1973. Raúl DiBlasio/Marco Antonio Muniz/Jose Jose/Armando Manzanero. Bohemia, Vol. FEATURED. Latino: Piano de America.