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by La Ley

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Warner Music Latina

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ley   Primary Artist
Aldo Nova   Guitar
Michael Thompson   Guitar
Lawrence Hill   Coros
Bambi Jones   Coros
Lester Mendez   Keyboards
Kenny O'Brien   Coros
Rafael Padilla   Percussion
Jessica Smith   Coros
Sylvain Bolduc   Bajo Sexto
Mauricio Claveria   Percussion,Bateria
Archi Frugone   Bajo Sexto
Armand Sabal-Lecco   Bajo Sexto
Beto Cuevas   Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Alain Couture   Coros
Pedro Frugone   Guitar
Julio A. Hanson   Coros

Technical Credits

Aldo Nova   Arranger,Programming
Humberto Gatica   Producer,Engineer
Lester Mendez   Arranger,Programming
Kenny O'Brien   Choir Arrangement
Ron Anderson   Vocal Coach
Mauricio Claveria   Programming
Beto Cuevas   Liner Notes,Art Direction
Pedro Frugone   Programming

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Uno 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Uno is a beautiful album. La Ley's music is almost its own genre. There's a hidden track on this album, and it's one of my favorites of all time. If you're looking for beautifully haunting music with a touch or two of real, pure emotion, Uno is a good choice. The only reason it got 4 stars from me is because at my only moderate level of Spanish, the lyrics are still a bit fuzzy. I'm just being honest, but someone with a greater knowledge of the language would probably love this album even more. But even if you're practically Spanish-illiterate, the music alone is enough to sweep you away.