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Enrique Fernandez has a amazing review although I would have given it 5 per powerful album from El Gran y Gran Combo hit collections leave out Nido De Amor (which was a HUGE hit), probably so you this album. Don't worry, it is more than worth it (for this one you wish the whole thing, don't waste your time picking and choosing; what are you going to leave out?).
"Como Ama Una Mujer" is the first album recorded entirely in Spanish by Jennifer Lopez. It has very amazing tracks, like "Que Hiciste" "Me Haces Falta " and "Tu", plus the title track. This unique limited edition, released in the USA, comes with a DVD that features the making of the melody video "Que Hiciste" and the actual video clip. Item very scarce and hard to find. To the fans and collectors: Do not forget to purchase!
This music, with it's Cubano influence, was a unbelievable surprise for us. It has a terrific beat, and the guitar of Elliades Ochoa is exceptional. We've not had the CD in our hands for very long, but we've already played it several times. This was a lovely CD, and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys Latin melody with a Cuban flavor.
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I have always been a fan of JLo's music. I grew up in the disco era and her previous cd's have been charged with that classic dance club sound that I love. This is obviously a departure from that, but unfortunately, it fall flat and doesn't deliver. Que Hiciste, the most upbeat song, is one that I really like and comes closest to what her fans expect but it sticks out like a fish out of water on this collection. All the other songs are classic Telenovela-style ballads that I remember hearing on my grandmother's radio growing up. These ballads were meant to be sung by STRONG vocalists. Clearly Lopez struggles when the songs are in the high range,she should stick to lower range songs, that can ultimately shown more emotion in a singer's voice, (think of Marlene Dietrich's sultry tones) Sounds like she's trying to mimic her husband Marc Anthony's style, and that is her fatal mistake with this cd. I admire her attempt, but it IS too small , too late. If she had released an all Spanish album earlier in her career, it would have been more meaningful to her fans and established her commitment to her Latin roots. Releasing this now makes it seem like she's just doing it to appease those who would accuse her of ignoring her heritage in favor of coasting on her romantic comedy appeal to film audiences. Her latest appearance on American Idol just proves how weak her voice is, you can clearly hear the background vocals singing along with her, so that you never hear her own voice cleanly. I was hoping this cd would have some tropical salsa style songs, which would have gone better with her vocal style and reached a wider audience. As further proof that this cd was a mistake, my boyfriend (who liked this album more than I did) went to it at the Virgin store, here in Fresh York, and this cd was in the $10.00 SALE BIN! Just three weeks after being released!
The best spanish album ever. The lyrics are deep and she sings with her soul every word. It's a attractive love story that everyone can relate to. I highly recommend this album, especially if you are in love, going through a break up, just meeting somebody, or wishing to meet that unique person in your life.
If you liked the beautiful, touching, often melancholic sounds of Ochoa's guitar in Buena Vista, you will love the album. The artist does not stray from his recipe. Guitar. Cuban tunes. Simple. Nothing fancy. Just wonderful, unbelievable melody played with true heart and talent.
Eliades Ochoa, one of the international stars that grew out of the Buena Vista Social Club has an wonderful and special style that conveys the best of Cuban music. Simplistic in sound, complex in technique, Ochoa presents another release that is on par with his other solo efforts. This disc is another example of his masterful interpretations. Slightly various from his previous two solo efforts with Cuarteto Patria, Ocoa is still featured as the soloist but the emphasis has been placed on the arrangements and orchestration. His signature guitar pickings can still be distinguished but in a more subdued manner although he has extensive solos on several numbers. On one song in particular, "Siboney ," is an all acoustic instrumental that is a marvel of interpretation of a classic song with the bass thumping, gently like a mild shore break on the shores of the beach while the guitars interact like palm trees swaying in the breeze. Most of the songs feature the Cuban Guarachas or Son that exhibits the playful lyrics that effect from life in the(el campo) country. The other musicians featured are all top notch, including several other Ochoas in the Cuarteto Patria. The driving horn section and soulful trunpet solos lends to the satisfied festive sound that permeates from a seemingly contradictory lament. Eliades Ochoas voice is the excellent Cuban massage, his river-rock-gravely voice has been tempered by a lot of years of experience. If you have not heard Eliades Ochoa you are missing one of the best Cuban musicians who continues to develop; obtain this disc now for a true Cuban melody treat. If you are already familiar with Ochoa and liked his other works you will definetly not be dissappointed. This is an perfect CD to add to your globe or Cuban melody collection.
I always felt that her latin language songs in the past were amazing and she should consider working on an all latin album someday. I'm glad she finally realized that dream. The only thing that I was a bit disappointed by was that there were no quick paced songs which in the past worked so well for her. Not even a track like Carino. Too a lot of ballads!But I will say that she's never sounded before this confident as a singer. Although at times it seems like it's not amazing enough. But the woman delivered her best!I will dare to say that this is her most consistent album to date.
Always brings tear to my eyes (especially "And I Love You So"). Gotta quit...tears are a rollin! Seriously, his voice haunts me (in a super amazing way) and I'm so satisfied satisfied that my mom & dad loved him so much it rubbed off on me! Will definitely you out.