Gloria Estefan - Grandes Exitos album FLAC
Gloria Estefan: все альбомы, включая One Day at a Time, I Take It Back, Music Of My Heart и другие. Sheila E, Gloria Estefan & Wes Quave. Don't Let This Moment End. Gloria Estefan. Gloria! Gloria Estefan. Tres Gotas De Agua Bendita.
xitos de Gloria Estefan is the first compilation album released by American recording artist Gloria Estefan, but is the second solo release and the 13th overall, released in 1990 (see 1990 in music). In 1999, the CD was re-released in the US as 20th Anniversary. At 1990 after the entire success gained with the smash album Cuts Both Ways, Gloria released her first compilation album, but this was of all the Spanish greatest hits, with the exception of "Conga" and "Dr. Beat" being the only songs in English.
Greatest Hits Vol. II is the third English greatest hits album released by American singer Gloria Estefan, but is the fourth compilation and twenty-third album overall, released in 2001. Greatest Hits Vol. II is the follow-up to Estefan's first hits album (the second compilation which was released only in Europe). The album includes most of all her English hits from 1994's Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me up to the then-recent Gloria! (1998).
Gloria Estefan albums discography. The album discography of the Cuban-American singer Gloria Estefan consists of twenty studio albums, nine compilations, and seven EPs (combining Estefan's releases with her band, the Miami Sound Machine, and her solo releases). With estimated sales of 100 million of albums worldwide, she is the most successful female Latin crossover artists ever.
Written-By – Gloria Estefan. 9. Si Voy A Perderte. Mixed By – Humberto GaticaWritten-By – Gloria Estefan. Written-By – C. Ostwald, G. Estefan, J. Casas. 11. Here We Are (Portuguese Version). Mixed By – Phil RamoneWritten-By – Gloria Estefan. Performer – Miami Sound Machine (tracks: 2 to 8). Producer – Clay Ostwald (tracks: 1, 9 to 11), Emilio Estefan, Jr. (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 9 to 11), Jorge Casas (tracks: 1, 9 to 11). Other Versions (5 of 43) View All. Cat.
Gloria Estefan Singer, songwriter The path of Gloria Estefan 's career might be best traced through the successive names of the musical ensemble of which she has been a member since the mid-1970s. Los Grandes Exitos, 2006; released 90 Millas, 2007. Awards: BMI, Songwriter of the Year, 1988; Premio lo Nuestro Musica Latina, Lifetime Achievement Award, 1992; American Latino Media Arts (ALMA), Lifetime Achievement Award, 1999; ALMA, outstanding actress in a feature film, 2000; Blockbuster Award, 2000; Latin Grammy Award, best music video, 2000; Grammy Award, best traditional tropical Latin album, 2000; Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Medallion of Excellence for Community Service
Destiny (Gloria Estefan album). The album included a bonus enhanced selection, in which Estefan talks about the album and the song "Reach" in particular. It also features an animated discography of Estefan Track listing. Standard Track Listing.
- Mixed By – Carlos Sarli
Notes(P) 1990, Miami, FL., Manufactured & Distributed by CBS Discos Inc.
double A side (medley)
there is no mention of medley tracks, but in playing "Dr. Beat", "Conga", "Dingui-Li-Bangue" and "Oye Mi Canto" are the mixed tracks.
Label printed as: CBS Discos International
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove-Both Sides): EPS-81400A-GIB