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Un Mexicano en la Mxico [Digipak]


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. No Me S Rajar
    2. Por Un Amor
    3. La Diferencia
    4. La Ley Del Monte
    5. Hermoso Cario
    6. Motivos
    7. El Jalisciense
    8. El Ranchero
    9. La Primavera Caricia
    10. Dolor
    11. Yo Quiero Ser
    12. Sin Que Lo Sepas T
    13. Que Te Vaya Bonito
    14. Mxico Lindo Y Querido
    15. Popurr: Si Acaso Vuelves/Cruz De Olvido
    16. De 7 A
    17. Que Te Vas Te Vas
    18. De Qu Manera Te Olvido
    19. Tu Camino Y El Mo
    20. Volver, Volver
    0. DISC 2:
    1. No Me S Rajar
    2. Por Un Amor
    3. La Diferencia
    4. La Ley Del Monte
    5. Hermoso Cario
    6. Motivos
    7. Seora De Tal
    8. El Jalisciense
    9. El Ranchero
    10. La Primavera Caricia
    11. Dolor
    12. Yo Quiero Ser
    13. Sin Que Lo Sepas T
    14. Que Te Vaya Bonito
    15. A Pesar De Todo
    16. Santa
    17. Falsa
    18. Por Si No Te Vuelvo A Ver
    19. Mis Ojos Me Me Denuncian
    20. Mxico Lindo Y Querido
    21. Si Acaso Vuelves
    22. Cruz De Olvido
    23. Qu Vas A Hacer Sin M?
    24. De 7 A
    25. Que Te Vas Te Vas
    26. De Qu Manera Te Olvido
    27. Tu Camino Y El Mo
    28. Y Cmo Es l?
    29. Marioneta
    30. Volver, Volver
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 07257

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    This live album, recorded at a 1984 concert in Mexico's Plaza de Toros, is a thrilling document of the phenomenon that is Vicente Fernndez. The man's voice is practically a superhuman force, his powerhouse delivery of ultra-traditional ranchera material elevating these songs of love and loss, of a long-lost way of life in his country, to grand opera. Backed by a traditional mariachi orchestra (violins, guitarra, trumpets) and a male chorus, he stands in the middle of the bullring (this concert was televised in Mexico at the time, and is also available on DVD); he gestures grandly, waving his sombrero in the air as he sings the lyrics at full force, frequently echoed by the audience. The version of "Mexico Lindo y Querido" is dedicated to the then-president of Mexico to the joyous roars of the massive crowd (some 54,000 strong). The sound quality is rough, but vibrant, the arena's natural reverb giving Fernndez's voice even more power than his studio recordings. A must for any fan, and possibly even a great introduction for the new listener. ~ Phil Freeman

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