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Fantasia o Realidad
     

Fantasia o Realidad

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by Alex Ubago
 

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This is the follow-up album to Alex Ubago's smash debut, the one that made him a growing star in Spain and Latin America. And for certain if you loved that previous effort, then you will love this one. Alex Ubago visits all the common places for a Latin and romantic singer/songwriter: check "Allí Estaré," "Salida," and "Aunque No Te Pueda

Overview

This is the follow-up album to Alex Ubago's smash debut, the one that made him a growing star in Spain and Latin America. And for certain if you loved that previous effort, then you will love this one. Alex Ubago visits all the common places for a Latin and romantic singer/songwriter: check "Allí Estaré," "Salida," and "Aunque No Te Pueda Ver." He tries to be politically correct (and concerned) in the song "Fantasía o Realidad," but the result is not very different from a collegian's essay. He's got really good intentions, and he writes his owns songs, which is more than most singers on the Latin pop scene. But of course, that's not all that counts. He needs a crazy spark to separate him from the rest. Maybe it's just a matter of time.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/24/2004
Label:
Warner Music Latina
UPC:
0825646134229
catalogNumber:
61342

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Alex Ubago   Primary Artist
Mark Berrow   Violin
Caroline Dale   Cello
David Emanuel   Violin
Robin Firman   Cello
Paul Kegg   Cello
Chris Laurence   Double Bass
Martin Loveday   Cello
Rita Manning   Violin
Lele Melotti   Bateria
Anthony Pleeth   Cello
Johnathan Rees   Violin
Jonathan Strange   Violin
Cathy Thompson   Violin
Gavyn Wright   Violin,Concert Master
Ian McKinnon   Violin
Mary Scully   Double Bass
Katherine Shave   Violin
Peter Lale   Viola
Paul Willey   Violin
Juan Cerro   Guitar
Elizabeth Edwards   Violin
Patrick Kiernan   Violin
Victor Reyes   Piano,Organo
Frank Schaefer   Cello
Bruce White   Viola
David Daniels [cello]   Cello
Cathy Giles   Cello
Donald McVay   Viola
Ludovico Vagnone   Guitar
Jesus N. Gomez   Percussion,Piano,Dirigida,Musical Direction,Organo
Michael McMenemy   Violin
Miguel Angel Collado   Piano,Organo
Paolo Costa   Bajo Sexto
Everton Nelson   Violin
Perry Mason   Violin
Rebecca Hirsch   Violin
Simon Benson   Double Bass
Edward Roberts   Violin
Emlyn Singleton   Violin
Warren Zielinski   Violin
Paddy Lannigan   Double Bass
Nick Barr   Viola
Simon Fischer   Violin
Naomi Wright   Cello
Gustav Clarkson   Viola
Jaqueline Shave   Violin
Amaia Montero   Vocals
Christopher Clad   Violin
Morgan Goff   Viola
Helen Hawthorn   Violin
Zoe Lake   Viola
Beatrix Lovejoy   Violin
Thomas Bowes   Violin
Katie Wilkinson Khoroshunin   Viola
David Woodcock   Violin
Jonathan Williams   Cello
Steve Morris   Violin

Technical Credits

James Collins   Engineering
Victor Reyes   Arranger,Programming,Orchestra Director
Ludovico Vagnone   Arranger,Programming
Jesus N. Gomez   Arranger,Programming,Engineering
Miguel Angel Collado   Arranger,Programming
David Perez   Copista
Alex Ubago   Composer
José Puga   Graphic Design

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This spanish artist has a great rythm in his songs as well as a a scratchy voice which makes the music more unique. His music is just great to listen to any day.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like this album b/c it got bunch of passion into this one and you know you'll fall in love with him in a second!!^o^
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best album that I have ever heard in my entire life. All the songs without exception are very well crafted, and the incorporation of classical music with some touches of rock and pop create a very unique sound. I strongly recommend this album, you can listen to it over and over again without feeling bored.