Las Miami

Las Miami

by MSM
     
 

Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine was producer and entertainment mogul Emilio Estefan's vision of Miami's street sound in the '80; MSM is the update. Predicated on heavily electronic, processed pop harmonies and model-pretty vocalists, MSM is proudly an assembled product, the union of south Florida's Latin fashion capital with the teen-pop factory of Orlando. Carla… See more details below

Overview

Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine was producer and entertainment mogul Emilio Estefan's vision of Miami's street sound in the '80; MSM is the update. Predicated on heavily electronic, processed pop harmonies and model-pretty vocalists, MSM is proudly an assembled product, the union of south Florida's Latin fashion capital with the teen-pop factory of Orlando. Carla, Lorena, and Sohanny front a collection of pop-heavy, vaguely Latin tunes. Bits of banda, Spanish guitar, bachata, samba, cumbia, and merengue penetrate the puffy clouds of pan-American pop; Emilio Regueira of Grammy winners Rabanes contributes a rap. On their second album, the ladies have resist early comparisons to a Latina Destiny's Child; Las Miami is sung completely in Spanish. There's something telling about the ladies of MSM: they're not Cuban. Colombian, Guatemalan (by way of New Jersey), and Dominican (from Rhode Island), respectively, they represent Miami as the center of Latin entertainment, not the beachhead of an old-guard Cuban community. No fool, Emilio Estefan, his new Sound Machine is likely to strike a chord with a new generation of Latinos.

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Product Details

Release Date:
06/15/2004
Label:
Sony U.S. Latin
UPC:
0037628491224
catalogNumber:
84912

Tracks

  1. Paso a Paso
  2. No Me Hace Falta Nada Más
  3. Ese Es Mi Cariño
  4. Déjame
  5. Nadaré y Lucharé
  6. Nuevo Día
  7. Domíname
  8. Solo Tengo Pena
  9. Túmbame
  10. Estrellita
  11. Paso a Paso (Reggaeton Version)
  12. Paso a Paso (Tracy Young Mix)
  13. Sobe Son

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

MSM   Primary Artist
Ed Calle   Clarinet,Alto Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Sal Cuevas   Bajo Sexto
Julio Hernandez   Bajo Sexto
Manny López   Guitar,Soloist
Archie Pena   Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Bateria,Coros
Dan Warner   Guitar
Osvaldo Ayala   Accordion
Pablo Flores   Mezcla
Robert Vilera   Percussion,Timbales,Bateria,Soloist
Jackson Fondeur   Bongos,Guira
Alberto Gaitán   Viola,Coros
Ricardo Gaitán   Viola,Coros
Andres Castro   Guitar
Herman "Teddy" Mulet   Trombone,Trumpet,Metales
Rachel Perry   Coros
Joel Someillan   Guitar,Keyboards
Pedro Alfonso   Violin
Sohanny Gross   Vocals
John Falcone   Bajo Sexto
Gaitán Bros.   Keyboards
Alejandro Vargas   Electric Guitar,Bajo Sexto,Requinto
Lorena Pinot   Vocals
Carla Ramirez   Vocals
Tim Devine   Piano,Keyboards

Technical Credits

Jon Secada   Composer,Vocal Arrangements
Scott Canto   Engineer
Mike Couzzi   Engineer
Emilio Estefan   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Tom McWilliams   Composer,Programming,Producer
Archie Pena   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Audio Production
Freddy Piñero   Engineer
Eduardo Reyes   Arranger,Vocal Engineer
Pablo Flores   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Producer
Javier Garza   Engineer
Adolfo Pérez Butrón   Graphic Design
Antonio Baglio   Mastering
Steve Menezes   Studio Coordinator
Alberto Gaitán   Arranger,Programming
Ricardo Gaitán   Arranger,Programming
Alfred Figueroa   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Tony Mardini   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer,drum programming,Audio Production
Joel Someillan   Composer,Programming
DJ Tracy Young   Producer,Remixing
Shalim   Composer
Nicolas Tovar   Arranger,Programming
Steve Boxall   Graphic Design
Gaitán Bros.   Composer,Programming,Producer

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