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Natalie Cole En Español
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Album: Natalie Cole En Español
# Song Title   Time
1)    Frenesi More Info... 3:25
2)    Voy A Apagar La Luz / Contigo Aprendi Medley More Info... 4:07
3)    Ac More Info... 2:47
4)    Ma More Info... 3:08
5)    B More Info... 4:03
6)    Quiz More Info... 2:28
7)    Solamente Una Vez More Info... 2:31
8)    Oye Como Va More Info... 4:59
9)    Yo Lo Amo (And I Love Him) More Info... 4:26
10)    El D More Info... 4:28
11)    Bachata Rosa More Info... 4:02
12)    Amapola More Info... 3:20
 

Album: Natalie Cole En Español
# Song Title   Time
1)    Frenesi More Info... 3:25
2)    Voy A Apagar La Luz / Contigo Aprendi Medley More Info... 4:07
3)    Ac More Info... 2:47
4)    Ma More Info... 3:08
5)    B More Info... 4:03
6)    Quiz More Info... 2:28
7)    Solamente Una Vez More Info... 2:31
8)    Oye Como Va More Info... 4:59
9)    Yo Lo Amo (And I Love Him) More Info... 4:26
10)    El D More Info... 4:28
11)    Bachata Rosa More Info... 4:02
12)    Amapola More Info... 3:20
 
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Performer Notes
  • Audio Mixer: Bruce Weeden.
  • Recording information: Beach House Recording Studios, Miami, FL; No Excuses, Santa Monica, CA; Noisematch Recording Studios, Miami, FL; Studio JLG, Santo Domingo, Dominican Repiblic.
  • Director: Rudy Prez.
  • Photographer: Jack Guy.
  • Arrangers: Rudy Prez; Gary Lindsay.
  • In 1958, Nat King Cole released Cole Espaol, the singer's first of three Spanish-language albums. He went to Mexico, and took his daughter along, to promote the release. Over half a century later, she takes a cue from her father with En Espaol. The album contains Natalie's own versions of songs her father recorded, including "Quizs, Quizs, Quizs" and "Solamente una Vez." Additionally, "Acrcate Ms" incorporates Nat's 1958 take la "Unforgettable" and "Walkin' My Baby Back Home." Despite the likenesses, this isn't a mere throwback to a brief phase in Nat's career. Produced by Rudy Prez -- who also translates the Beatles' "And I Love Her" for a sleepy "Yo Lo Amo" -- much of the material was originally written and recorded well after the early '60s. There are several guests, including Andrea Bocelli on "Bsame Mucho," Juan Luis Guerra on an update of his "Bachata Rosa," and pianist Arthur Hanlon on a brisk five-song medley that leads with Tito Puente's "Oye Como Va." Natalie's connection to the source probably isn't much deeper than that of her father; interviews noted her enthusiasm for Mexican food and that she took Spanish classes in high school. The album, nonetheless, is a likable diversion from her norm. What she lacks in fluency is made up with zest. ~ Andy Kellman
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