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Natalie Cole - En Espanol




Female Vocalists

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Total download size: 526MB

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"In 1958, Nat King Cole released Cole Español, the singer's first of three Spanish-language albums. He went to Mexico, and took his daughter along, to promote the release. Over half a century later, she takes a cue from her father with En Español. The album contains Natalie's own versions of songs her father recorded, including 'Quizás, Quizás, Quizás' and 'Solamente una Vez.' Additionally, 'Acércate Más' incorporates Nat's 1958 take à la 'Unforgettable' and 'Walkin' My Baby Back Home.' Despite the likenesses, this isn't a mere throwback to a brief phase in Nat's career. Produced by Rudy Pérez — who also translates the Beatles' "And I Love Her" for a sleepy "Yo Lo Amo" — much of the material was originally written and recorded well after the early '60s. There are several guests, including Andrea Bocelli on 'Bésame Mucho,' Juan Luis Guerra on an update of his 'Bachata Rosa,' and pianist Arthur Hanlon on a brisk five-song medley that leads with Tito Puente's 'Oye Como Va.'" —

1. Frenesi
2. Voy A Apargar La Luz Contigo Aprendi
3. Acércate Más
4. Mañana De Carnaval
5. Bésame Mucho
6. Quizás, Quizás, Quizás
7. Solamente Una Vez
8. Oye Como Va
9. Yo Lo Amo (And I Love Him)
10. El Día Que Me Quieras
11. Bachata Rosa
12. Amapola

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