MTV Unpluggedby La Ley
ock style. Recorded at Miami Broadcast Center, Chilean La Ley was joined by bassist Archie Frugone, keyboardist Pete/a>
Grammy-winning alternative Latin rock threesome La Ley made its first live album in Miami after more than a decade touring Latin America. MTV Unplugged mostly gathers the band's 1990s hits, leaving behind its late-'80s pop
ock style. Recorded at Miami Broadcast Center, Chilean La Ley was joined by bassist Archie Frugone, keyboardist Pete Wallace, and guitarist Toshi Yanagi, among other talented musicians, allowing singer Beto Cuevas, drummer Mauricio Clavería, and guitarist Pedro Frugone to deliver a high-quality acoustic performance, playing for the first time a bolero/pop called "Mentira," crossover hits "Krazyworld" and "The Corridor"; classic "Prisioneros de la Piel" and "El Duelo," performed along with Mexican singer Ely Guerra.
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- Warner Music Latina
Performance CreditsLey Primary Artist
Bambi Jones Coro
Miami Strings Strings
Kenny O'Brien Choir, Chorus,Coro
Toshi Yanagi Guitar
Richard Bravo Percussion
Mauricio Claveria Percussion,Drums,Bateria
Archi Frugone Bass,Bajo Sexto
Gisa Vatcky Choir, Chorus
Beto Cuevas Guitar,Vocals
Pedro Frugone Guitar
Technical CreditsHumberto Gatica Producer,Engineer
Kenny O'Brien Producer
Beto Cuevas Art Direction
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I really like the CD. If you are learning your spanish, it's a good practise. The words are very good. I like the duet with India. The Cd reminds me of my time in Ecuador where I was for an internship.
This is the best latin rock album there is. Even non-spanish speakers will enjoy this passionate and extreemly talented group.
My brother brought this cd back from his two year stay in Chile and as soon as I heard it I fell in love with la ley's music. even though I am not fluent in spanish I still enjoy the talent of these three musicians and Beto's passionate voice. If you have never listened to true latin music before, this would be a great start!