Viva el Príncipe

Viva el Príncipe

by Cristian Castro
     
 

It's not often that tribute albums come with the full endorsement of the tributee, but that's the case with Cristian Castro's Viva el Príncipe, as it comes with the approval of José José. "The Prince of Song" makes two appearances on Castro's tribute, singing on the opening "Lo Pasado Pasado" and reciting the closing "Poema alSee more details below

Overview

It's not often that tribute albums come with the full endorsement of the tributee, but that's the case with Cristian Castro's Viva el Príncipe, as it comes with the approval of José José. "The Prince of Song" makes two appearances on Castro's tribute, singing on the opening "Lo Pasado Pasado" and reciting the closing "Poema al Cantante." His spirit fills the rest of the album, thanks in part to production from longtime José José associate Rafael Pérez Botija, but Castro is fully responsible for the sense of tradition as he delivers this material with respect. That doesn't keep him from pouring his heart into the songs, and since mimicry isn't an issue in the least, Viva el Príncipe winds up a tribute that will please fans of either artist.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/30/2010
Label:
Universal Latino
UPC:
0602527537269
catalogNumber:
001501302
Rank:
64708

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Cristian Castro   Primary Artist,Indexed Contributor
Greg Mathieson   Piano,Arreglos
Aldo Matta   Coros
Kevin Axt   Bajos
Jorge Calandrelli   Piano,Arreglos
Jim Cox   Piano
Brian Fox   Violin
Miguel Rivera   Trombone
Jorge Diaz   Trombone
Milton Sesenton   Piano
Angel "Cucco" Peña   Arreglos,Dirigida
Alfredo Oliva   Violin,Concert Master
Yanira Torres   Coros
John DiPuccio   Violin
Rafael Perez Botija   Dirigida
Felix Alvarado   Coros
Huifang Chen   Violin
Scott Flavin   Violin
Jaime Mansilla   Violin
Miami Symphonic Strings   Cuerda
Deena Shapiro   Viola
Dina Kostic   Violin
Julio Reyes Copello   Piano,Arreglos
Nahyra Pérez   Coros
Chauncey Patterson   Viola
Julio Hernández   Bajos
Scott O'Donnell   Viola
Rafi Torres   Trombone
Evija Ozolins   Violin
Charles Hardt   Violin
Antony Seepersad   Violin
Adam Diderrich   Violin
Abymanuel Hernández   Coros
Rebecca Diderrich   Viola
Monica Cheversan   Violin
Marcia Littley   Violin
Karen Hebermehl   Viola

Technical Credits

Roberto Cantoral   Composer
José María Napoleón   Composer
Juan Gabriel   Composer
Dino Ramos   Composer
Manuel Alejandro   Composer
Rafael Perez Botija   Composer
Camilo Blanes   Composer
Ana Magdalena   Composer
Gabriel Wallach   Mastering
Jorge Adán Torres   Composer

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