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Subir Al Cielo

Subir Al Cielo

5.0 3
by MDO

Product Details

Release Date:
Sony U.S. Latin

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

MDO   Primary Artist
Pete Amato   scat
Ed Calle   Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Tony Concepcion   Trumpet
Julio Hernandez   Bass
Lee Levin   Drums
Carl Sturken   Guitar
Dana Teboe   Trombone
Camilo Valencia   Percussion
Michael Hart Thompson   Guitar
Dan Warner   Electric Guitar
Daniel Ramos   Accordion,Keyboards
Alfredo Oliva   Concertina
Richard Bravo   Percussion
Jorge Dobal   Horn
Cheito Quiñones   Trumpet
Leo Quintero   Acoustic Guitar
Cesar Lemos   Acoustic Guitar,Keyboards
Pedro Alfonso   Piano
Clay Perry   Keyboards
Tommy Torres   Guitar,Keyboards

Technical Credits

Evan Rogers   Producer
Alejandro Jaén   Producer,Spanish Version
Tony Concepcion   Horn Arrangements
Mike Couzzi   Producer
Rudy Pérez   Producer
Carl Sturken   Producer
Camilo Valencia   Arranger,Horn Arrangements
Rick Wake   Producer
Bruce Weeden   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Daniel Ramos   Arranger
Richie Perez   Engineer
Oscar Llord   Executive Producer
Adrian Trujillo   Engineer
Gustavo Celis   Engineer,Vocal Engineer
Gustavo Arenas   Arranger,Producer
Cesar Lemos   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Guitar Programming
Hemberger   Engineer
Doc Wiley   Engineer
Carlos Paucar   Engineer
Clay Perry   Programming
Tommy Torres   Producer,drum programming
Elias Jr. Ponce   Engineer
Miami Symphony Orchestra   String Ensemble

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Subir Al Cielo 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every bit as good as their last album. The loss of one its members and the addition of two new ones certainly didn't hurt the group. As lover of the Spanish language, I was disappointed that the words to the song were not included with the album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a fan of MDO ever since the Menudo from the 70s and 80s in to the 90s these guys are very talented and has a very bright future.Not only that but ladies they're so sexy!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The CD is pretty good but the best part about it is Sin Ti and Te Quise Olvidar. BUY IT!