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All Music Guide - Evan C. Gutierrez
Often times Latin pop releases are one or the other: Latin or pop. The genre's biggest names, such as Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, and Luis Miguel, all fall on one side of that line or the other. While Anthony will produce a burning salsa track with pop sheen, and Miguel may add a horn line that hints at Mexican influence, the Latin pop category is dominated by artists unable to synthesize these two musical worlds. Obie Bermúdez yet again proves to be ahead of the pack in this regard with his 2004 release Todo el Año. The album possesses an aggressively raw rock band sensibility and a musical sense that's Latino to its core. Obie is neither a puertorriqueno gone pop or...
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All Music Guide - Evan C. Gutierrez
Often times Latin pop releases are one or the other: Latin or pop. The genre's biggest names, such as Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, and Luis Miguel, all fall on one side of that line or the other. While Anthony will produce a burning salsa track with pop sheen, and Miguel may add a horn line that hints at Mexican influence, the Latin pop category is dominated by artists unable to synthesize these two musical worlds. Obie Bermúdez yet again proves to be ahead of the pack in this regard with his 2004 release Todo el Año. The album possesses an aggressively raw rock band sensibility and a musical sense that's Latino to its core. Obie is neither a puertorriqueno gone pop or the other way around: he's both, naturally. Chugging guitar riffs flow seamlessly into burning timbale on the single "Celos." The simmering cuatro-fueled bomba rhythm that drives "Recuerdos" is Boricua from beginning to end, and totally accessible to Bermúdez's huge Anglo audience. Bermúdez's melodic sense is inescapably poppy and undeniably Latino. On his third solo record Bermúdez proves a mature and confident songwriter. His passionate performance, inventive lyricism, and irresistible melodic writing might remind listeners of artists like Jorge Drexler or Gavin DeGraw. Hitting Billboard's Latin Pop Charts at number four in the year of its release, Todo el Año marked a step forward for Bermúdez both in artistry and market success alike.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/2/2004
  • Label: EMI INTERNATIONAL
  • UPC: 724347333828
  • Catalog Number: 73338

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Celos (3:42)
  2. 2 Como Decirle (3:41)
  3. 3 Todo el Año (4:01)
  4. 4 Maldita Boca (3:34)
  5. 5 No Se Nada de Ti (3:44)
  6. 6 Chapulin (4:11)
  7. 7 Como Pudiste (3:54)
  8. 8 Sabes Bien (3:37)
  9. 9 El Recuerdo (3:52)
  10. 10 Ya Te Olvide (4:27)
  11. 11 Dos Locos (3:40)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Obie Bermúdez Primary Artist
Ed Calle Saxophone
Lee Levin Bateria
Dan Warner Guitar
Ron Taylor Keyboards
Richard Bravo Percussion
John Falcone Bajo Sexto
Technical Credits
Mike Couzzi Engineering
Sebastián Krys Producer, Audio Production, Engineering
Gian Marco Composer
Lisette Lorenzo Art Direction
Mikey Perfecto Composer
Elsten Creole Torres Composer
Joel Someillan Producer, Audio Production, Engineering
Rick Delgado Graphic Design
John Falcone Arranger
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