Segundo Romance

Segundo Romance

by Luis Miguel
     
 

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Mexican superstar Luis Miguel followed up his immensely successful ballads collection, Romance, with the aptly titled Grammy-winner Segundo Romance (meaning second romance). The album, of course, is a first-rate collection of timeless Latin American standards. Miguel, one of Latin America's reigning superstars, has a wonderful,See more details below

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Mexican superstar Luis Miguel followed up his immensely successful ballads collection, Romance, with the aptly titled Grammy-winner Segundo Romance (meaning second romance). The album, of course, is a first-rate collection of timeless Latin American standards. Miguel, one of Latin America's reigning superstars, has a wonderful, passionate voice, and the songs were exquisitely produced by the artist himself. The album opens with a romantic accordion leading into the first song, "El Dia Que Me Quieras," setting the tone for the rest of the set. Other highlights include his lush version of "La Media Vuelta," one of the album's biggest hits, complete with horns, strings, and Spanish guitars. Another highlight, "Solamente Una Vez," is complimented with a harmonica. All of this simply illustrates the lush production which went into this surefire hit, which further established Miguel as a first-rate balladeer, and further entrenched his immense international popularity, not only with the youth market, but with an older, more sophisticated market as well.

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Product Details

Release Date:
08/30/1994
Label:
Warner Music Latina
UPC:
0745099723422
catalogNumber:
97234
Rank:
53699

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Luis Miguel   Primary Artist
Robbie Buchanan   Piano,Keyboards
Jodi Burnett   Cello
Kenneth Burward-Hoy   Viola
Andrea Byers   Violin
Darius Campo   Violin
Luis Conte   Percussion
Larry Corbett   Cello
Rollice Dale   Viola
Isabelle Daskoff   Violin
Brian Dembow   Viola
George Doering   Acoustic Guitar
Bruce Donnelly   Cello
Kirstin Fife   Violin
Ramon Flores   Trumpet
Frederick Seykora   Cello
Harris Goldman   Violin
Joseph Goodman   Violin
Endre Granat   Violin
Gary Grant   Horn,Brass
Jerry Hey   Horn,Brass
Dan Higgins   Horn,Brass
Paul Jackson   Electric Guitar
Anne Karam   Cello
Armen Ksadjikian   Cello
Brian Leonard   Violin
Francisco Loyo   Piano,Keyboards
Michael Markman   Violin
Jorge Moraga   Viola
Tommy Morgan   Harmonica
Barbara Porter   Violin
Karie Prescott   Viola
Debra Price   Violin
Bill Ricenbach   Brass
John "J.R." Robinson   Drums
Jay Rosen   Violin
Kwihee Shambanari   Violin
Ramon Stagnaro   Vihuela,Requinto,Biguela
Neil Stubenhaus   Bass
Francine Walsh   Violin
John Scanlon   Viola
Jeff Nathanson   Saxophone
Suzie Katayama   Cello
Earl Smith   Oboe
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach   Horn
Kiko Cibrian   Acoustic Guitar
Natalie Leggett   Violin
Carolyn Osborn   Violin
Vivian Wolf   Violin
Delia Park   Violin
Leslie Kats   Violin
Jorge Travisano   Bandoneon
Tiffany Yi Hu   Violin
Marc Sazer   Violin
Mario de León   Violin
Matthew Funes   Viola

Technical Credits

José Alfredo Jiménez   Composer
Armando Manzanero   Composer,Producer
Agustín Lara   Composer
Luis Miguel   Producer
Bernie Grundman   Mastering
Brandon Harris   Engineer
Paul McKenna   Engineer
Robbes Stieglitz   Engineer
Juan Carlos Calderón   Producer
Rick Raponi   Engineer
Kiko Cibrian   Producer
Brian Pollack   Engineer
Alfredo Gatica   Art Direction
Carlos Eleta Almarán   Composer
Pedro Junco   Composer
Alfredo Le Pera   Composer
Cesar Portillo de la Luz   Composer

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