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Victor Manuelle

  • 1. Pensamiento y Palabra - (Spanish)
    2. Hay Que Poner el Alma - (Spanish)
    3. Ahora Me Toca a Mi - (Spanish)
    4. Razon de Mi Vida, La - (Spanish)
    5. Volveras - (Spanish)
    6. Todo Quedo, Quedo - (Spanish)
    7. Como Una Estrella - (Spanish)
    8. Sin Querer Queriendo - (Spanish)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 81733

  • Credits
    ProducerSergio George; Georger Sergio
    EngineerRonny Torres; Charlie Dos Santos

    Personnel: Piro Rodriguez, Ite Jerez (trumpet); Jimmy Bosch, William Cepeda (trombone); Georger Sergio (piano, keyboards, background vocals); Chago Martnez (timbales); Marc Quiones, Luis Quintero (percussion); Luchito Cabarcas, Huey Dunbar, Johnny Rivera (background vocals).
    Recording information: Powerlight, Puerto Rico; Sir Sound Recording, NY; Sound On Sound, NY; Sr. Rony Torres.
    Director: Georger Sergio.
    Photographer: Omar Cruz .
    Arrangers: Georger Sergio; Martha Medina; Miguel Bonilla; Ramn Snchez; Roberto Perez.
    This is the recording that made Victor Manuelle a household name, placing him in the front rank of the most celebrated Puerto Rican salsa singers. The typically loud and brash Sergio George production seems an adequate backdrop for the talents of the improvisational singer, who finally reached his personal identity with this CD. This production features George's usual New York personnel: brass men Jos "Ite" Jerez, David "Piro" Rodrguez, William Cepeda, and Jimmy Bosch contribute heavily, while rhythm men Marc Quiones, Rubn Rodrguez, and Luis Quintero, together with Manuelle's timbalero and band director, Chago Martnez, make a rabid, compelling percussive ensemble. Highlights include the smash hit "Hay Que Poner el Alma" (composed by Omar Alfanno), "Todo Quedo, Quedo," and Johnny Ortiz' ebullient salsa homage "Ahora Me Toca a M." One of Manuelle's most important productions, this is constantly requested during his public performances and tours. ~ Jos A. Estvez, Jr.

  • Critic Reviews
    The Beat (V.15 #3 1996, p.81) - "Young vocalist Victor Manuelle has a couple of high rollin' grooves on his eponymous release..."
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