CD Enrique Iglesias [Universal Latino] (CD 293513),
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Enrique Iglesias [Universal Latino]

  • 1. No Llores Por Mi - (Spanish)
    2. Trapecista - (Spanish)
    3. Por Amarte - (Spanish)
    4. Si Tu Te Vas - (Spanish)
    5. Si Juras Regresar - (Spanish)
    6. Experiencia Religiosa - (Spanish)
    7. Falta Tanto Amor - (Spanish)
    8. Inalcanzable - (Spanish)
    9. Mueca Cruel - (Spanish)
    10. Invntame - (Spanish)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 017663

  • Credits
    ProducerRafael Perez-Botija

    Personnel includes: Enrique Iglesias (vocals); Michael Landau, Mike Frances, George Doering, Roberto Morales (guitar); Randy Waldman (piano); Robbie Buchanan (Hammond organ); Rafael Perez-Botija (keyboards, Hammond organ); Manuel Santisteban (keyboards); Scott Alexander (bass); Greg Bissonette (drums); Luis Conte (percussion); Leyla Hoyle, Francis Benitez, Carlos Murugia, Kenny O'Brian, Francis Benitez, Stephanie Spruill (background vocals).
    Engineers include: Eric Ratz, Miguel de la Vega, Paul McKenna.
    Recorded at Phase One Studios, Toronto, Canada, Fantasy Studios, San Francisco, California, Ocean Way Recording and Westlake Audio, Hollywood, California.
    ENRIQUE IGLESIAS won the 1997 Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance.
    Personnel: Enrique Iglesias (vocals); Eric Ratz (vocals, guitar); Barry Rudolph (vocals, acoustic guitar); Michael Landau, Paul McKenna, Roberto Morales, George Doering (guitar); Scott Alexander (bajo sexto); Randy Waldman (piano); Rafael Prez Botija (Hammond b-3 organ); Manuel Santisteban, Miguel DeLa Vega (keyboards); Luis Conte (percussion).
    Recording information: Fantasy Studios, San Francisco, CA; Ocean Way Recording; Phase One Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Westlake Audio, Hollywood, CA.
    Photographers: Alan Silfen; Fernando Martinez; Stephan Ach.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Manuel Santisteban; Gospel Choir.
    Arrangers: Kenny OBrian; Manuel Santisteban; Rafael Prez Botija.
    Enrique Iglesias made a big splash with his first album, released in late 1995. The son of Latin superstar Julio Iglesias, Enrique's debut is devoted to polished, romantic pop tunes and power ballads, all with a contemporary pop/rock feel that shies away from many common clichs of Latin pop. The album was a major commercial success in Latin America and earned a gold record in the United States; it also won the 1996 Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. ~ Mark Deming

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