v

您的位置:VeryCD音乐欧美音乐

音乐资源事务区


Gloria Estefan -《90 Millas》(爱在哈瓦纳 纪念珍藏版)[APE]

  • 状态: 精华资源
  • 摘要:
    音乐风格拉丁
    发行时间2007年09月18日
    地区美国
    语言西班牙语
  • 时间: 2014/03/22 23:29:27 发布 | 2014/03/23 07:20:20 更新
  • 分类: 音乐  欧美音乐 

alanfish

精华资源: 2006

全部资源: 2007

相关: 分享到新浪微博   转播到腾讯微博   分享到开心网   分享到人人   分享到QQ空间   订阅本资源RSS更新   美味书签  subtitle
该内容尚未提供权利证明,无法提供下载。
专辑英文名90 Millas
专辑中文名爱在哈瓦纳 纪念珍藏版
别名90英里
音乐风格拉丁
资源格式APE
发行时间2007年09月18日
地区美国
语言西班牙语
简介

IPB Image

专辑简介:

◎回归本位 以葛洛丽雅最自豪的古巴文化为养分 勾勒出一张美丽、记忆、自我的拉丁情怀
◎「山塔那」灵魂人物Carlos Santana、古巴裔电影巨星Andy Garcia、自古巴投奔自由的著名小喇叭手 Arturo Sandoval、拉丁打击乐宗师Giovanni Hidalgo、拉丁乐坛最长寿的音乐鬼才Johnny Pacheco等全球顶尖古巴裔音乐人通力合作,打造全新拉丁音乐性感新风情

这位1957年在古巴出生、以「迈阿密之音」乐团走红於美国流行乐坛、单飞再创个人事业新高峰的头号天后 --葛洛丽雅伊斯特芬,荣获数次葛莱美奖、全美音乐奖、美国告示牌杂誌等大奖肯定,亦是进入21世纪令一竿流行女歌手敬畏三分的歌坛大姐大,更获得2000年全美音乐终身成就奖的荣耀。在创造流行音乐的同时,她也带动了全美的拉丁风潮,提升了拉丁音乐晋升主流市场的超强竞争力,无限拓宽拉丁音乐动感与抒情的魔力,歌唱生涯至今累积三座葛莱美奖与1座拉丁葛莱美奖。

今年葛洛丽雅终於回归本位,以她最自豪的古巴文化为音乐蓝本,用最熟悉的西班牙语为音乐灵魂,歌颂属於她自己最原始的音乐根源与文化内涵,推出这张全新「90 Millas」专辑。参予这张专辑制作的名人包含举世闻名的「山塔那」灵魂人物Carlos Santana、以教父第三集走红国际影坛的古巴裔电影巨星Andy Garcia、自古巴投奔自由的著名小喇叭手 Arturo Sandoval、全世界第一个让贝斯这个乐器成为音乐主角的古巴音乐奇才Cachao、拉丁打击乐宗师Giovanni Hidalgo、拉丁乐坛最长寿的音乐鬼才Johnny Pacheco等一流顶尖音乐家。葛洛丽雅以最简单虔诚的文字与对拉丁音乐的原始情怀,向过去50年来的蜚声国际的拉丁音乐家们致上作崇高的敬意。DVD特别收录本张「爱在哈瓦纳」专辑的制作过程的纪录片(拉丁 / 英语发音)以及首支单曲No Llores完整版Music Video及幕后花絮,绝对是喜爱葛洛丽雅伊斯特芬的乐迷不可错过的专辑!

产品条码: 0886971436624
产品编号: 88697143662
发行公司: SONY MUSIC [发行商品]
发行日期: 2007年10月13日
发行类型: 西洋CD . 英文 . CD .

Audio CD (September 18, 2007)
Original Release Date: 2007
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Sony International
ASIN: B000TM084C

Review by Jason Birchmeier [-]

Ever since Gloria Estefan split from Miami Sound Machine in 1989 to go solo, her best efforts tended to be her Spanish-language ones, and her fourth such album, 90 Millas, is no exception. In fact, it might be her best overall effort -- regardless of language -- since Mi Tierra (1993), which was her first to be sung entirely in Spanish and an instant, best-selling classic. In a couple ways, 90 Millas is a follow-up to Mi Tierra. Both are heartfelt albums inspired by Cuba and Cuban music -- whereas Abriendo Puertas (1995) and Alma Caribeña (2000), Estefan's other two prior Spanish-language efforts, were more broadly Hispanic and Caribbean, respectively, in their influences and intent -- and both 90 Millas and Mi Tierra are graced by some of Latin music's most gifted instrumentalists, many of them legends. In this case, the featured guests include Papo Lucca, Johnny Pacheco, Candido Camero, Paquito d'Rivera, Nelson González, Andy García, Sheila E, Carlos Santana, Orestes Vilato, Israel "Cachao" López, Generoso Jiménez, Giovanni Hidalgo, India, José Feliciano, Arturo Sandoval, Sal Cuevas, and Luis Enrique. It's an impressive lineup of musicians; for instance, the album's lead single, "No Llores," alone boasts Carlos Santana on electric guitar, José Feliciano on acoustic guitar, Sal Cuevas on bass, Sheila E. on timbales, and Luis Enrique on congos and bongos. That's not all, though. 90 Millas also boasts an ace production and songwriting team: husband/impresario Emilio Estefan (of course) and the Gaitán Bros. (Ricardo and Alberto). Then there's Gloria herself, who is the vehicle for this superstar project. She's in good voice here -- as well-mannered and graceful as usual -- and co-writes many of the songs. Yet it's the musicianship and the songs themselves, surprisingly few of them ballads, that shine brightest here on this love letter to Cuba, that oft-romanticized, and fiercely politicized, island 90 miles off the coast of Florida. Though born there, Gloria left as a child. In her heart, however, she never left her homeland behind, as this album and its predecessor, Mi Tierra, make clear, for both albums are among the best -- and certainly most poetic and impassioned -- efforts of her long, illustrious career. Practically every song here is a gem, and they're a rarity in 2007, a year in which traditional Cuban music like this couldn't have been further away from the mainstream of Latin music in America, where regional Mexican and urban dominated the marketplace.

引用
Label:Burgundy Records ‎– 88697090552
Format:CD, Album, Digipak
Country:Europe
Released:2007
Genre:Electronic, Latin, Pop
Style:Cubano, Danzon, Disco, Latin


5.0 out of 5 stars "Mi Tierra" Part 2 - She finally did it! September 19, 2007
By Marc Cabir Davis
Format:Audio CD
For years, I have waited for Gloria to make a sequel to her smash early 1990s classic "Mi Tierra" (the best Spanish language album in existence, according to me). Who could forget that album, and song after beautiful song that still resonate after all these years - "Si Senor" and the absolutely breathtaking "Con Los Anos Que me Quedan".

"90 Millas" is more of a return to form for Gloria, and outdoes all her previous CDs from the late 1990s. At one point, the native language albums from Estefan were not at all inspiring or interesting, and seemed to insult the memory of "Mi Tierra". However, when I first heard "No Llores" I knew this was the return of Gloria in a big way, and Im glad to report that the entire CD has the very Cuban, carnival feel that some of the upbeat tracks on "Mi Tierra" did. Remember "No Hay Mal"? Well, this CD has LOTS of songs just like that, so you know what you're in for.

If you liked her last album, the widely appreciated "Unwrapped", you will love this. Its three times better, and quite an achievement. Also, if you know anyone who loves "Mi Tierra", this would make a perfect gift for that person. If you're Cuban, you need to obviously own this immediately. I'm so glad that Gloria is embracing her Cuban roots without any pretense.

Five Stars.



The Bottom Line

Gloria Estefan's 4th Spanish-language album is her best, not surprising when you consider the spectacular cast of musicians that join her on this homage to her native Cuba. 90 Millas takes Estefan back to her roots with lots of varied Afro-Cuban rhythms and genres, some pure in form, others mixed with her trademark pop sound. A must have for any fan of modern, Afro-Cuban music.

Pros

"No Llores", the break-out single with Santana, Feliciano and Sheila E.
"Esperando" addressed to Cubans on the island
Duet with La India on "90 Millas"

Cons

None

Description

14 tracks
Guest artists: Carlos Santana, Jose Feliciano, Andy Garcia, India, Johnny Pacheco
And Arturo Sandoval, Paquito D'Rivera, Cachao, Papo Lucca, Generoso and more
Released by Sony BMG Legacy

Guide Review - CD Review: Gloria Estefan - 90 Millas

The cross-over success of Miami Sound Machine /Gloria Estefan's 1985 album Primitive Love changed the group's musical direction; the music moved more to Latin-tinged Pop, the language was more often English than Spanish, MSM moved to the background while the shy Estefan moved to headliner status. She did make 3 other Spanish-language albums: Mi Tierra(1993), Abriendo Puertas (1995) and Alma Caribena (2000).

Estefan fans who prefer the Afro-Cuban to the Pop are going to be overjoyed with 90 Millas. The Spanish-language album is a return to grass-roots Cuban music interspersed with heavily Cuban-tinged pop. 90 miles is the distance between Key West and Cuba and, in that vein, 90 Millas is a celebration of the island Estefan called home until Castro's coup and the family's 1959 move north to Miami.

The truly amazing part of 90 Millas is the guests that Estefan brings to her musical fiesta. The ultimate 'A' list of Latin artists join her in an explosion of tropical rhythm and music.

The album took two years to make. Gloria and Emilio Estefan wrote the songs then wrote the guest list, dividing the 20+ artists into a blend of older Latin legends and current, younger icons. Some of the old school include Johnny Pacheco, Papo Luca, Candido Camero and Chocolate Armenteros. The new is represented, in part, by Carlos Santana, Jose Feliciano, India, Sheila E., Arturo Sandoval and Andy Garcia.

Put all these elements together and you get a feast for the senses, redolent of Cuban nights and brimming with joyous rhythm and song.

If you like extra spice, put on those earphones to really hear these extraordinary musicians doing what they do best.


Companies etc

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Copyright © – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Distributed By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment

Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode: 886970905527
Label Code: LC 15882

IPB Image

IPB Image

01。我讨厌
02。不要哭
03。我们的罗
04。Píntame的颜色
05。慈善
06。我不会交易
07。亲吻
08。箴言
09。舞蹈
10。这个节日是不是Cabar
11。我会
12。等待(在古巴海域自由报)
13。Morenita
14。90英里



专辑曲目

01. Me Odio 3:17
02. No Llores 4:12
03. Lo Nuestro 4:14
04. Píntame De Colores 3:33
05. Caridad 3:21
06. Yo No Cambiaría 3:42
07. Bésame 3:53
08. Refranes 2:59
09. A Bailar 3:43
10. Esta Fiesta No Va Cabar 3:51
11. Volveré 3:44
12. Esperando (Cuando Cuba Sea Libre) 4:41
13. Morenita 4:13
14. 90 Millas 3:02

正在读取……

这里是其它用户补充的资源(我也要补充):

暂无补充资源
正在加载,请稍等...

点击查看所有66网友评论

 

(?) [公告]留口水、评论相关规则 | [活动]每日签到 轻松领取电驴经验

    小贴士:
  1. 类似“顶”、“沙发”之类没有营养的文字,对勤劳贡献的楼主来说是令人沮丧的反馈信息。
  2. 提问之前请再仔细看一遍楼主的说明,或许是您遗漏了。
  3. 勿催片。请相信驴友们对分享是富有激情的,如果确有更新版本,您一定能搜索到。
  4. 请勿到处挖坑绊人、招贴广告。既占空间让人厌烦,又没人会搭理,于人于己都无利。
  5. 如果您发现自己的评论不见了,请参考以上4条。