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Como Nace El Universo
     

Como Nace El Universo

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by Gloria Trevi
 

Product Details

Release Date:
12/07/2004
Label:
Sony U.S. Latin
UPC:
0037629554324
catalogNumber:
95543

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Performance Credits

Gloria Trevi   Primary Artist
Jorge Gonzalez   Coros
Mario Cruz   Percussion
Armando Ávila   Acoustic Guitar,Piano,Keyboards,Bajo Sexto,electronics,Bajo Licencia
Salvador Ruiz   Trumpet
Mikhail Gourfinkel   Viola
Hans Andersson   Violin
Luz Maria Frenk   Cello
Oleg Gouk   Violin
Vitali Roumanov   Cello
Vera Koulkova   Violin
Vladimir Tokarev   Violin,Concertina
Javier Calderón   Guitar,Soloist
Yuri Braschbourg   Viola
Verinna Durstoievska   Violin
Inessa Galscyan   Viola
Eduardo Cedillo Garcia   Coros
Yezabel Cedillo Garcia   Coros
Zaibeth Cedillo Garcia   Coros
Fernando Góngora   Coros
Giovanni Gutiérrez   Coros
Robert Heinz   Saxophone
Ángel Hernández   Violin
Vicente Leiva   Viola
Vander Lens   Viola
Nikkous Louminik   Violin
Itthar Mertz   Cello
Lev Migachoff   Strings
Carlitos Moguel   Coros
Franz Morales   Violin
Carlitos Mougel   Coros

Technical Credits

Gloria Trevi   Composer
Armando Ávila   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Direction,Engineering,Direcccion de Cuerdas
Eduardo Castellanos   Guitar Techician
Michkin Boyzo   Direction
Emilio Ávila   Direction
Juan Carlos Moguel   Recording Assistant
José Manuel Escalante   Software
Guillermo Gutiérrez-Leyva   Direction

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Gloria Trevi's new contribution to the music world is stronger than any of her previous works. The lyrics, vocals and acoustic sets are honest, staightforward and powerful. The hauntingly beautiful and dramatic "Horas Tranquilas" alone is worth the price of this album. But there are plenty of goodies here: with the fun, high-energy "Nieve de Mamey" La Trevi once again has her way with the machos of America and manages to shock even those of us who were familiar with her rebellious and unpredictable nature. Considering her recent situation, it's a fantastic thing to realize: Gloria Trevi is having fun. Among other things, La Trevi addresses love, family, the social reality of Mexico, the loss of her daughter (the sad, hopeful and beautifully sung "Timbres Postales al Cielo"), lust, ambition, and in a magnificient closing number, the human will to survive in the face of adversity: "En Medio de la Tempestad" is Gloria's way of inviting us to fearlessly brave the storm and walk into a brighter tomorrow, with a smile on our face and not a trace of doubt. Gloria's compositions, her words when interviewed, and her total and direct connection with the public and herself when performing paint a clear picture of her nature: she is the real thing, a bona fide artist. She is never, ever, ever pretending to be something she's not, a habit that her contemporaries (think Thalía, Paulina Rubio, etc.) engage in as standard practice. Gloria Trevi is who she is, original, unabashed and unapologetic. She has lived Dante's Divine Comedy, and it shows: through her personal hell the woman has gained wisdom and strenght, and oddly, the tremendous injustice she suffered has not made her grow bitter or lose even a fragment of the spice, power and magic that led her to conquer the masses in the first place. This album showcases it all, untouched and ready for us to dive into. When Gloria Trevi was unjustly incarcerated it literally felt like a major fragment of Latin American pop culture went to prison with her. It's disturbing to hear that she had to wait in jail for five years until all the factors came into play for her innocence to be proven. The ongoing success of this album gives us hope, and her vindication is our own: we have been given back that which was taken from us by the disorganized and donwright frightening judicial system of Latin America. "Cómo Nace el Universo" is, as one of my friends called it, a real life happy ending.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Her voice is amazing and the beats and rythm keep you moving. My favorites off the album are the title track, el domador, horas tranquilas, santo and la nota roja
Anonymous More than 1 year ago