Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Latin Music
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Lovely as a tropical night
Søren Jensen | Copenhagen, Denmark | 07/16/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Azúcar Moreno shot to the stars with their 1991 dance classic album "Mambo", but the follow-up "Ojos Negros" was disappointing. In 1994, however, they returned in top-form with "El Amor". The title song is a wonderful, melodic mid-tempo track, produced by Emilio Estefan, followed by another great track "No será fácil", contributed by his sister Gloria. On "Hay que saber perder", they mix flamenco and latin rhythms superbly with an irresistible chorus. Raúl Orellana & Jaime Stinus - the people behind Azúcar Moreno's breakthrough hit "Bandido" - also contributed two tracks: "No tendré piedad" and "A galope", but the producer of their first five albums, Julio Palacios, did the remaining material which is not particularly minded for the dance floor, it's more relaxed, very melodic and enjoyable, you'll get the feel of a hot tropical night while listening to this gorgeous album. The album artwork also features great photos and a beautiful design. Love it!"
EL AMOR...AND MUCH MORE...
PEDRO | SPAIN | 04/10/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"THE ALBUM NUMBER SIX FOR THESE GIRLS, PRODUCED BY EMILIO ESTEFAN AND INCLUDING THE HIT SONG 'EL AMOR' (IT WAS INCLUDED IN THE B.S.O. OF 'THE SPECIALIST' S.STALLONE VS. S. STONE). A MIX OF DANCE AND SENSUAL SONGS. INCLUDING HITS...'DE LO QUE TE HAS PERDIDO' AND 'NO SERA FACIL'."