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Y No Es Por Mi
Ana Cirre
Y No Es Por Mi
Genres: World Music, Latin Music
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All Artists: Ana Cirre
Title: Y No Es Por Mi
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: T.H. Rodven
Release Date: 5/6/1997
Genres: World Music, Latin Music
Styles: Mexico, Latin Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731453336322, 731453336346

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Ana Cirre has a GORGEOUS voice!!!!!
baby tejana-india | nj, USA | 07/20/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"As in the world of models, if Ana Cirre could be compared in the same way with her voice, you would say "ES UNA BELLEZA". She has a very ethereal, sweet, soft voice like an angel. Canta muy bonita. The songs on this album were truly magical- i have never heard music like this before. I would just like to say "El Cielo Del Tibet" was the most soothing, enchanting song i have ever heard. I felt like I was in a fantasy under the Tibetan night sky. I also loved "Nene"- the album's number 1 song- its so catchy and sweetly sung, but also fun and even hints of tropical sultryness. When she sings the ooh's in the chorus part, that is the most beautiful she sings. Its captivating! and the melody of that song is so brilliantly thought out. I also loved "Me Prometo A Mi Misma"- a beautiful, yet sad ballad. it is serenely beautiful. Ana Cirre has quite a peacefulness to her voice and music. She could heal emotional wounds- that's how soothing her voice is. I also loved the melody and vocals for "Frio". A great, emotional ballad from the heart was "Porque Es Tan Cruel El Amor"-so passionate and heart-wrenching, Ana Cirre sings with conviction and innocence. She is real. "Te Vas" was a great fun song- not quite a dance song, but a song similar in frame to "Nene"-both easy going jazz songs. The chorus for "Te Vas" was the same as its title, but nevertheless catchy and memorable. The one dance song on the whole album "Amor a La Mitad" was awesome! beautiful, tropical melody, it really makes you want to dance. and its a cute song too! as always, her voice is wonderful. "Sola" opens up with a flute, and for that alone is simply a gorgeous song. Then, the lush, soft, tropical ballad moves in with soft vocals and innocence that would make you think she had a tear drop on her vocal chord- like with Selena. the last song "Querido Jefe" has a brilliant melody, really a greatly written song, a happy, inspirational ballad with brightness in both song and voice. this whole album is 1000 STARS!!!!"
Se habla el amor.
David A. Baer | Indianapolis, IN USA | 02/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

Life without Ana Cirré is what most of the world's music lovers endure, oblivious to this brilliantly alluring Spanish songstress and her songs of love, nostalgia, loss, and seduction.

Cirré is perhaps not one of the Great Ones, yet her music is eminently listenable. In fact, if you invest time listening and re-listening to her albums, you might join me in the conclusion that she punches above her weight.

This album is pure romantic Cirré. There is a lot of autobiography in the songs she selects. Indeed, much of Ana's appeal may be the 'I' in her ballads. One enters into the sometimes self-inflicted complexities of love through her eyes and, of course, her voice.

The opportunity is enchanting. I've been a fan for years. This fine musician, virtually unknown outside the Spanish-speaking world, does not disappoint."
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Ana Cirré makes me realized that still good singer/ compositer exist...her scent, her voice are amaizing, " Nene" "El Cielo del Tibet" "Y no Es por MI" "Querido Jefe" and "Frio" are songs really soft, comfortable and beautiful.
But even i i think this is a good one record, have weak points in songs like "Sola" and "Amor a la mitad"...If you want more than just latin pop, buy it this album. You don't will regret about it."