by Luis Miguel


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Luis Miguel's pop album Aries, impeccably produced by the artist himself, was released after his first hugely successful Romance set, which was a collection of ballads and boleros as interpreted by the artist. Therefore, with the release of this album, his public expected more of the same in terms of romantic ballads, and that is what he delivered. Six of the album's ten tracks are romance-themed ballads, sometimes a little too syrupy, but nonetheless feeding his fans' appetite for said material. Other styles of music on this album are found on the tracks "Suave," "Dame Tu Amor," and "Que Nivel de Mujer," which are upbeat, brass-heavy, attitudinal numbers that the singer delivers to fine results. "Luz Verde," the other upbeat track on the album, sounds as a somewhat dated attempt at early-'90s Latin hip-hop R&B. A little too ballad-heavy for some, this album (which could easily wear a banner saying "For Ladies Only") delivered what the fans expected from this Mexican superstar.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/22/1993
Label: Warner Music Latina
UPC: 0745099299323
catalogNumber: 92993

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Luis Miguel   Primary Artist,Vocals
Sid Page   Violin
John Acevedo   Viola
Israel Baker   Violin
Robbie Buchanan   Keyboards
Jorge Calandrelli   Electric Piano
Emilio Castillo   Tenor Saxophone,Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Jon Clarke   English Horn,Oboe,Background Vocals
Larry Corbett   Cello
Paulinho Da Costa   Percussion
Joel Derouin   Violin
Marcel East   Keyboards
Mike Englander   Percussion,Background Vocals
Charles Everett   Violin
Brandon Fields   Tenor Saxophone
Endre Granat   Violin
Gary Grant   Brass
Carmen Grillo   Guitar
Jerry Hey   Horn,Brass
Dan Higgins   Horn,Brass
Paul Jackson   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar
Randy Kerber   Keyboards
Stephen "Doc" Kupka   Baritone Saxophone
Michael Landau   Guitar
Roger Lebow   Cello
Harvey Mason   Drums
Joe Meyer   French Horn,Background Vocals
Nick Milo   Keyboards
Cynthia Morrow   Viola,Alto Clarinet
Dan Navarro   Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Vladimir Polimatidi   Violin
Barbara Porter   Violin
Francis "Rocco" Prestia   Bass
John "J.R." Robinson   Drums
Linda Rose   Violin
James Ross   Viola
Paul Shure   Violin
Nancy Stein   Cello
Neil Stubenhaus   Bass
Lee Thornburg   Trombone,Trumpet
Fred Washington   Bass
Kirk Whalum   Saxophone
John Wittenberg   Violin
Shari Zippert   Violin
Ezra Kliger   Violin,Concert Master
Leslie Woodbury   Violin
Stephen Kupka   Baritone Saxophone
Daniel Smith   Cello
R.F. Peterson   Violin
Alexander Horvath   Violin
Greg Adams   Trumpet
Kiko Cibrian   Guitar,Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Norm Hughes   Violin
Cordon H. Marron   Violin
Francis Russ McKinnon   Drums
Bill Reikhenbauer   Horn,Brass
Roman Volodarsky   Violin
Annie Cruz   Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Thomas Bowes   Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Steven Edelman   Contrabass Trombone,Contrabass Guitar
Hollywood String Quartet   Strings
Calvin Smith   French Horn,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Jeremy Lubbock   Composer
David Foster   Composer
Luis Miguel   Producer
Robbie Buchanan   Arranger
Jorge Calandrelli   Arranger
Emilio Castillo   Composer,Producer
Marcel East   Arranger,Programming
Gary Grant   Contributor
Juan Luis Guerra   Composer
Jerry Hey   Horn Arrangements,Adaptation,Adaptation to CD
Randy Kerber   Arranger
Rudy Pérez   Composer,Producer
Stephen Kupka   Composer
Benny Faccone   Engineer
Greg Adams   Arranger
Adrian Posse   Composer
Kiko Cibrian   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Mauricio Abaroa   Executive Producer
Francisco Cespedes   Composer
Alfredo Gatica   Art Direction
Orlando Castro   Composer
Abaroa   Contributor
Steven Edelman   Contributor
Hollywood String Quartet   Contributor

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