Ven a Ver

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All Music Guide - Drago Bonacich
Cuban-born Odalys turned into Latin pop music after becoming a popular TV host for the Spanish-language network Univision with the release of her debut album, Ven A Ver, produced by Abraham Quintanilla. This 12-track record opens with a well-arranged "Ven A Ver." However, the enthusiastic starting point goes nowhere on the other songs -- "Ya No Juegues Mas con Mi Corazón," "Para Que Tu Vuelvas a Mi," and "No" -- simply because Odalys' vocals don't follow. Even the club/dance remixes of "Globo Sin Gas," and "Qué Fácil," become a failed attempt in their way to establish themselves as dancefloor anthems. The pop ballad "¿A Quién?," composed by Luigi Giraldo, and the ...
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All Music Guide - Drago Bonacich
Cuban-born Odalys turned into Latin pop music after becoming a popular TV host for the Spanish-language network Univision with the release of her debut album, Ven A Ver, produced by Abraham Quintanilla. This 12-track record opens with a well-arranged "Ven A Ver." However, the enthusiastic starting point goes nowhere on the other songs -- "Ya No Juegues Mas con Mi Corazón," "Para Que Tu Vuelvas a Mi," and "No" -- simply because Odalys' vocals don't follow. Even the club/dance remixes of "Globo Sin Gas," and "Qué Fácil," become a failed attempt in their way to establish themselves as dancefloor anthems. The pop ballad "¿A Quién?," composed by Luigi Giraldo, and the tropical-inflected "Soy Latina," emerge as the most promising songs.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/26/2002
  • Label: Univision Music Grp
  • UPC: 808831004729
  • Catalog Number: 310047

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Ven a Ver (3:50)
  2. 2 Ya No Jueges Mas Con Mi Corazon (3:38)
  3. 3 Para Que Tu Vuelvas a Mi (3:44)
  4. 4 No (3:43)
  5. 5 Que Facil (3:55)
  6. 6 Globo Sin Gas (3:48)
  7. 7 Tu Cuerpo en Movimiento (4:24)
  8. 8 A Quien (3:49)
  9. 9 Soy Latina (3:48)
  10. 10 Ultima Cancion de Amor (3:42)
  11. 11 Globo Sin Gas (4:02)
  12. 12 Que Facil (5:50)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Odalys Primary Artist
Jon Blondell Trombone, Electric Bass
Joe Reyes Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Eddie Olivares Saxophone
Ray Paz Piano
Jimmy Shortell Trumpet
Jay Martínez Bateria
Celia Macías Estilista
John H.R. Mills Trumpet
Alberto "Tico" Acuy Percussion
Gary Slechta Saxophone
Lil' Ray Track Performer
Luigi Giraldo Keyboards
Technical Credits
Brian "Red" Moore Engineer
A.B. Quintanilla III Producer, Representation
Luigi Giraldo Arranger, Programming, Engineer, Direction
Danny Boy Remixing
Suzette Quintanilla Arriaga Graphic Design
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Ven a Ver her "Come and See her"

    This writer was able to see Odalys Garcia in-concert on the 15th of September, 2002 in the Los Angeles, California area. I believe that the tracks she performed to were well produced as Mr. Quintanilla has shown himself to be able to rise to the occasion in many different musical genres. She sang a cumbia version of "Globo sin Gas which showed promise in the primarily Mexican-American dominated Los Angeles area. This writer is of the opinion, though, that the title song "Globo sin Gas" although a well written tune, has a negative connotation that will with the public at large, be made fun of. A literal translation is "Balloon without Gas. At the very least, someone could have titled the song, Balloon without Air, or Globo sin Aire. See what I mean!!!! Shame on you Mr. Quintanilla for letting that go un-noticed. Someone should have spoken to the author of the song before recording it with that title. Odalys, in my opinion, is an up and coming rising musical star. She does show herself to be an exhuberant young singer who can easily manage a large crowd of people. She had a two-man dance troupe with her. She could do herself a favor and drop them concentrating on her flegling vocal abilities. She will be able to reach a pinnacle with a Latino audience. Crossing over may be another matter. Doblepaso Comments???

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