En Primera Plana

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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
En Primera Plana is another impressive effort from Issac Delgado, who emigrated from Cuba to the U.S. via Mexico prior to the album's release. Veteran hitmaker Sergio George is at the helm of En Primera Plana as producer, and he's joined by Alain Pérez, who contributes half of the arrangements. The album's lead single, album opener "La Mujer Que Más Te Duele," features salsa superstar Víctor Manuelle. The confluence of talent on En Primera Plana is well evident, and with time-honed ease, Delgado blazes through one song after another, including a nearly seven-minute medley that follows "La Mujer Que Más Te Duele." Delgado's back catalog is rich with memorable music, no ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
En Primera Plana is another impressive effort from Issac Delgado, who emigrated from Cuba to the U.S. via Mexico prior to the album's release. Veteran hitmaker Sergio George is at the helm of En Primera Plana as producer, and he's joined by Alain Pérez, who contributes half of the arrangements. The album's lead single, album opener "La Mujer Que Más Te Duele," features salsa superstar Víctor Manuelle. The confluence of talent on En Primera Plana is well evident, and with time-honed ease, Delgado blazes through one song after another, including a nearly seven-minute medley that follows "La Mujer Que Más Te Duele." Delgado's back catalog is rich with memorable music, no doubt, yet even in relation to his past accomplishments, En Primera Plana is an impressive effort on his part. This CD was nominated for a Grammy award in 2007 for Best Tropical Latin Album.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/22/2007
  • Label: La Calle Records
  • UPC: 808833004420
  • Catalog Number: 330044
  • Sales rank: 99,469

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Issac Delgado Primary Artist
Isaac Delgado Indexed Contributor
Cachao Bajo Sexto, Guest Appearance
Gonzalo Rubalcaba Piano, Guest Appearance
Giovanni Hidalgo Conga, Guest Appearance
Sergio George Piano, Keyboards, Guest Appearance
Victor Manuelle Guest Appearance
Alberto Barros Trombone
Luis Quintero Percussion, Bongos, Conga, Timbales
Fragancia Rap
Kevin Ceballo Coro
Alain Pérez Timbales, Bajo Sexto, Ampeg Baby Bass, Guest Appearance
Dante Vargas Trumpet
Guianko Gómez Vocals, Coro
Felipe Lamoglia Tenor Saxophone
Alfredo Matheus Diez Mezcla
Technical Credits
Mike Couzzi Mastering
John Wydrycs Engineering
Sergio George Arranger, Producer
Jorge Luis Piloto Composer
Antonio Carmona Amaya Composer
Andrés Echevarría Composer
Alain Pérez Arranger
Antonello Venditti Composer
Marcelino Ruiz Hipolito Composer
Yoel Henríquez Composer
Guianko Gómez Collaboration
Alfredo Matheus Diez Engineering
Juan Mario "Mayito" Aracil Engineering
Isaac Delgado Composer, Producer, Liner Notes
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