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El Pan y la Sal album for sale by Presuntos Implicados was released Aug 28, 2007 on the Warner Bros. label. Additional personnel includes: Joan Americ (vocals); Chris Cameron (violin, piano, keyboards); Gavyn Wright (violin); Wilf Gibson (viola); George Robertson (cello); Steve Sidwell, Neil Sidwell, Phil Todd (winds); Perico Sambeat (flute, saxophone); Vicente Sabater (piano, Moog, programming, background vocals); Simon Clarke (Fender Rhodes, Hammond organ); Ian Thomas, Salva Ortiz, Chuck Sabo (drums); Luis Jardim, Martin Ditcham (percussion); Matthew Vaughn (programming), Javier Vela, Jose Mano, Jose Manuel Gimenez, Miguel Gil, Cristina Perales, Vicente Mano (background vocals). ...See Full Description
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Presuntos Implicados - El Pan y la Sal Album Track Listing
|1||Mi Pequeno Tesoro See All 11||2:53|| $0.99||(Available)|
|2||Las Palabras de Amor See All 5 |
|4||Un Dia De Abril|
|7||Tu Tierra Y Mis Semillas See All 4|
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|8||La Flor de la Manana See All 3||7:19|| $0.99||(Available)|
|9||Los Versos De Un Loco|
|12||El Misterio de la Cotidiano|
|14||El Pan Y La Sal|
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El Pan y la Sal CD music Usually there are several things that we as humans use to define our personality in our life. The music from this group has been one of those for me, the songs are well written and contain messages that people can really relate to, from songs that talk about the miraculous conception of a child to love stories that take us to a place and time only possible under the spell of such feeling.
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El Pan y la Sal buy CD music great album, great remastered version. Soulful jazzy songs, nice vocals, music from the heart and for the heart. Second best Presuntos album after Ser de Agua.
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This is the must-have for those fans of latin talent... warm sounds, latin rythims, amazing voice, excellent lyrics... blues bossanova... One of the best cd Ever!
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El Pan y la Sal songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1274513|
|Release Date||Aug 28, 2007|
|Producer||Juan Luis Gimenez; Nacho Mano|
|Recording Time||53 minutes|
|Personnel||Juan Luis Gimenez - vocals, 6 & 12-string guitars, 12-string bass|
Nacho Ma+¦o - acoustic guitar, piano, keyboards, bass, whistle, programming, background vocals
Soledad Gimenez - vocals
Also: Gavyn Wright, Martin Ditcham, Luis Jardim, Phil Todd, Ian Thomas, Steve Sidwell, Ian Thomas, George Robertson, Simon Clarke, Neil Sidwell, Chris Cameron, Wilf Gibson, Chuck Sabo, Perico Sambeat, Vicente Sabater, Cristina Perales, Javier Vela, Joan Americ, Jose Mano, Jose Manuel Gimenez, Matthew Vaughn, Miguel Gil, Salva Ortiz, Vicente Mano
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El Pan y la Sal album for sale Principally recorded at Excalibur and Morning, Milan, Italy; Plastic, Rome, Italy.
Nearly a decade into his commercial recording career, Alejandro Sanz reached new heights of success with the award-winning album Más (1997) and its abundance of smash hit singles ("Y, 'Si Fuera Ella?," "Corazón Partío," "Amiga Mía," "Aquello Que Me Diste"). The Spanish singer/songwriter was no stranger to success at this point in his career, of course, having scored several hit singles with a handful of prior albums. Más elevated his career to a new level. Henceforth, not only was Sanz successful in Spain but internationally, too. ~ Jason Birchmeier
Grupo Folclorico Del Coro Del Valle: Enriquie "Quique" Ansilno, J. Maria De Azpiazu, Israel Ceca, Pablo Frances, Miguel Garcia, Ruben Garcia, J. Miguel "Chemi" Gines, Manuel Bonzalez, J. Domingo Lopez, Antioco Llanos, Oliver Luna, Juan Minguez (background vocals).
Producers: Emanuele Ruffinengo, Miguel Angel Arenas.
Engineers: Luca Vittori, Fabrizio Facioni, Nino Giuffrida, Giamba Lizzori, Juan Vinader.
Personnel: Alejandro Sanz (Spanish guitar); Joan Bibiloni, Saverio Porciello (acoustic guitar); Ludovico Vagnone (electric guitar); Vicente Amigo (Spanish guitar); Roberto Manzin, Sergio Lavandera (saxophone); Lulo Perez (trumpet, horns, percussion); Lazaro Ordonez (trombone); Emanuele Ruffinengo (piano, keyboards, programming); Elio Ribagli, Lele Melotti (drums); Rubem Dantas (percussion); Luca Jurman, Mayte Pizarro, Grupo Folclorico del Cora del Valle, Paolo Repele, Pedro Sánchez, Elena Roggero, Eva Duran (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Maurizio Biancani; Renato Cantele.
Recording information: Excalibur, Milan, Italy; Morning, Milan, Italy; Plastic, Roma; Red Led, Madrid, Spain; SIntonia, Madrid, Spain.
Photographer: Jesus Ugalde.
Arrangers: Luca Jurman; Emanuele Ruffinengo; Lulo Perez.
Personnel: Alejandro Sanz (vocals, Spanish guitar); Saverio Porciello, Joan Bibiloni (acoustic guitar); Vincente Amigo (Spanish guitar); Ludovico Vagnone (electric guitar); Roberto Manzin, Sergio Lavandera (saxophone); Lulo Perez (trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion); Lazaro Ordonez (trombone); Emanuele Ruffinengo (piano, keyboards, programming); Paolo Costa, Alfredo Paixao (bass); Lele Melotti (drums); Ruben Dantas, Seydu (percussion); Luca Jurman, Elena Roggero, Paola Repele, Mayte Pizarro, Eva Duran (background vocals).
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El Pan y la Sal CD music Recorded live in August and September, 1994. Includes liner notes by Mana.
All songs written or co-written by Fher and/or Alex except "El Rey" (Jose Alfredo Jimenez).
In terms of live albums, Maná's En Vivo is exemplary. It's filled with hits, offers crystalline sound quality, and boasts remarkable band-audience rapport, highlighted by the numerous moments when the crowd sings along to the better-known songs. Fher Olvera is a captivating frontman, and it's him in particular who engages this lively crowd most. The band as a whole deserves mention too, though. It not only plays its many hits well, but it often gives the songs new life, extending them and letting them go on until they're truly finished. And regarding those hits, some of Maná's most beloved are here, including "De Pies a Cabeza," "Oye Mi Amor," "Rayando el Sol," "Como Te Deseo," and an acoustic performance of the absolutely beautiful "Vivir Sin Aire" saved for last. Granted, most of these songs are from the 1994 Donde Jugaran los Niños? album. In fact, pretty much every song from that album appears in the 18-song set list somewhere. But that's largely because En Vivo captures Maná in the wake of that album's mammoth success, and also because the guys only had two albums to speak of at the time of this one's release in 1995. So while En Vivo is certainly a wonderful live representation Donde Jugaran los Niños? -- which may be reason enough for a great many fans to get excited, since that album is such a favorite -- it doesn't represent any of Maná's successive work, which includes a bounty of further hits. Keep that in mind when considering En Vivo -- it's far from a career overview and features the band in its early incarnation, even if it is exemplary. ~ Jason Birchmeier
Personnel: Fher (vocals, guitar, harmonica); A-Lex (vocals, drums, percussion, background vocals); Sheila Ríos (vocals); Oscar Agalberto (cello); Juan Carlos Toribio (keyboards).
Audio Mixers: Craig Brock; Paul McKenna.
Recording information: Aragon Theatre, Chicago, IL (1993-1995); Estadio De Chile, Santiago de Chile (1993-1995); Sala Estandard, Barcelona, España (1993-1995); Sports Arean, San Diego, CA (1993-1995); Teatro Grand Rex, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1993-1995); Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA (1993-1995).
Photographers: Joe Lance; Marcel A. Toffel; Mauricio Vargas Zarate.
Mana: Fher (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Juan (bass); Alex (drums, percussion, vocals).
Additional personnel: "Gus" Orozco (guitar); Mercedes Granados, Juan A. Mira, Jose Saufor, Pedro Santa Maria (violin); Silvia Villamor, Jose Alberto Lopez (viola); Ignacio Lopez, Oscar Agalberto (cello); Juan Carlos Toribio (keyboards); Sheila Rios (background vocals).
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