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Valió la pena
     

Valió la pena

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by Marc Anthony
 
Valió la pena -- it was worth it, in Spanish. And that's what patient fans will say when this hot collection comes there way. Anthony turns the tender musings of his first Latin pop album, Amar sin mentiras, into dance-floor fire starters, proving once more that no matter how many styles he tries on, salsa is still this Nuyorican son's forte. The album

Overview

Valió la pena -- it was worth it, in Spanish. And that's what patient fans will say when this hot collection comes there way. Anthony turns the tender musings of his first Latin pop album, Amar sin mentiras, into dance-floor fire starters, proving once more that no matter how many styles he tries on, salsa is still this Nuyorican son's forte. The album marks his first collaboration with producer and keyboardist Sergio George since his breakthrough Todo a su tiempo. While these are not his most innovative productions, the New York salsa whiz brings a heft to Anthony's material that's gone missing for years, and the impassioned performances add up to a surprising return to form. A special bonus is his passionate performance of the de facto Puerto Rican anthem, "Lamento borincano," by Rafael Hernandez.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/27/2004
Label:
Sony U.S. Latin
UPC:
0037629531028
catalogNumber:
95310
Rank:
28098

Tracks

  1. Valió la pena - (salsa version)
  2. Escapémonos - (salsa version, featuring Jennifer Lopez)
  3. Ahora quien - (salsa version)
  4. Tu amor me hace bien - (salsa version)
  5. Volando entre tus brazos - (salsa version)
  6. Amigo - (salsa version)
  7. Se esfuma tu amor - (salsa version)
  8. Lamento borincano - (salsa version)

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Marc Anthony   Primary Artist,Vocals
Leyla Hoyle   Coro
Ricardo "Tiki" Pasillas   Percussion
Kevin Ricard   Percussion,Bata
Bernd Schoenhart   Acoustic Guitar
Luis Aquino   Trumpet
Sergio George   Piano,Keyboards,Background Vocals,Coro
Luis Damón   Coro
Diego Galé   Bongos,Conga,Bata
Pedro Perez   Bajo Sexto
Chris Alfinez   Coro
Alejandro Duque   Bajo Sexto
Robert Vilera   Timbales,Bata
Willie Lopez   Percussion
Kevin Ceballo   Coro
Jennifer Lopez   Vocals
William Duvall   Coro

Technical Credits

Roberto Carlos   Composer
Rafael Hernández   Composer
Marc Anthony   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Jon Fausty   Engineer
Tommy Mottola   Direction
Brian Vibberts   Engineer
Sergio George   Arranger,Producer,Audio Production
Erasmo Carlos   Composer
Héctor Ivan Rosa   Engineer
Gerardo "Papo" Rios   Engineer
Estéfano   Composer
Mary McCluskey   Spanish Adaptation
Buddy McCluskey   Spanish Adaptation
Ian Cuttler   Art Direction
Julio C. Reyes   Composer
Jose Luis Pagan   Composer
Jake R. Tanner   Engineer

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Valió la pena 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Me encanto este album de Marc Anthony, soy su mas fiel admiradora, para mi no hay voz como la de el y la verdad es que valio la pena esperar para que sacara su nuevo disco. Espero que lo disfruten!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Marc Anthony....
Guest More than 1 year ago
your salsa version is beyond great. your duet with jennifer has made me a fan of hers. can't wait until your next concert.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Marc you have out done yourself on several of the salsero songs on this CD. Lamento borincano is definately my favorite and reminiscent of old world class Spanish Cultural music which I grew up listening to. It brought a tear to my eye and chills to my spine.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although the U.S. pop industry may dwell on Marc Anthony's ballads, this is where it's at for this fabuloso singer. A great album whose only fault is that it's too short!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Marc Anthony infuses his music with such passion that it's chilling. This is a great cd esp. the Lamento Borincano, which literally brought tears to my eyes!!!