Presuntos Implicados: Soledad Gimenez, Nachoo Mano, Juan Luis Gimenez.
Personnel: Sole Gim‚nez, Xud Zubieta, Jos‚ Manuel Gim‚nez (vocals); Juan Luis Gimenez (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bajo sexto, programming); Nacho Ma¤o (acoustic guitar, Spanish guitar, bajo sexto, keyboards, programming); Gavyn Wright (violin); David Pastor (trumpet); Toni Berenguer (trombone); Chris Cameron, Chano Dom¡nguez (piano); Chaboli, Luis Dulzaides (percussion).
Audio Mixers: Oscar Vinader; Vicente Sabater; Mike Pela; Bob Kraushaar.
Recording information: A.C (06/28/2001-09/22/2001); Abbey Road, Londres (06/28/2001-09/22/2001); Kirios (06/28/2001-09/22/2001); La Habitacion de Alba (06/28/2001-09/22/2001); Lalal (06/28/2001-09/22/2001); Madrid, Spain (06/28/2001-09/22/2001); Valencia, Spain (06/28/2001-09/22/2001); Wah-Wah (06/28/2001-09/22/2001).
Photographer: Tono Balaguer.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Mois‚s Bautista; Oscar Vinader; Araceli Badia.
After working on personal projects as producers of new artists, Nacho Ma¤o and Juan Luis Gim‚nez team up once again with singer Soledad Gim‚nez to make their eighth full-length record. Gente opens with its main title and first single hit, followed by the acoustic pop "La Mujer Que Mueve el Mundo." This well-crafted trio keeps its alternative pop/rock status with an orchestrated ballad called "Parte de Mi," the bossa nova-inflected "La Alegr¡a," and the jazz-rock "Calor." Experimenting with new elements without losing their seductive and relaxed style, the artists have created a contemporary and interesting "rock en Espa¤ol" album. ~ Drago Bonacich