Hunky Brazilian actors, astounding Moroccan desert vistas, forbidden love, and human cloning are all part of the allure of this hit telenovela, and the soundtrack, featuring an exotic array of Latin and Arabic numbers by Jose Alberto "El Canario," Elvis Crespo, Melina Leon, and others, sure doesn't hurt things.
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- Sony U.S. Latin
Performance CreditsJosé "El Canario" Alberto Track Performer
Franco De Vita Track Performer
Gilberto Santa Rosa Track Performer
Donato & Estéfano Track Performer
Melina Leon Track Performer
Elvis Crespo Track Performer
Marcus Viana Track Performer
Hakim Track Performer
Alessandro Safina Track Performer
MDO Track Performer
Shalim Track Performer
Technical CreditsBob McCluskey Adaptation
Angie Chirino Adaptation
Mary McCluskey Adaptation
Helio Costa Manso Song Selection
Nuria Diaz Adaptation
Raquel Diaz Adaptation
Robert Blades Adaptation
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Since the Novela finished I listen to this and it reminds me of everything Jade and Lucas Went through. Me encanta este CD.
I love the soundtrack. The music is beautiful; however, I'm disappointed that Leo's song "Alma" sung by Zelia Duncan is missing. It's a gorgeous song--both the words and the melody--and I can't think of a single segment of the novela where that song wasn't played.
BEAUTIFUL MUSIC ONLY THE INTERNATIONAL CD IS MUCH BETTER MORE VARIETY OF SONGS PLUS IT HAS THE SONG BY ADRIANA MEZZADRI
One of the most exotics themes from the "novela" is actually missing in this otherwise fabulous CD. Celestial at the beginning with harps and angelical humms and the very unquique and familiar entry "Siento que te conozco hace tiempo....."
I am a faithful viewer of El Clone, the Brazilian soup opera. Every time I listen to the CD it reminds me of the characters because they all have their special "song." The only song that is missing is Said's song from Jose Luis Perales, "Y como es el." I also love the beginning of the soap opera where the woman chants aaaahaaaaaaaa....when Jade is belly dancing. The song is there (Maktub) but NOT the chant. Overall, great CD! Buy it!