Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 - Bachata Rosa [[draft]] album flac
Music video by Juan Luis Guerra performing Bachata Rosa (Live). P) (C) 2013 Juan Luis Guerra under exclusive license to EMI Music Netherlands BV.
Tracklist: 1. Rosalia, 2. Como Abeja Al Panal, 3. Carta De Amor, 4. Estrellitas Y Duendes, 5. A Pedir Su Mano, 6. La Bilirrubina, 7. Burbujas De Amor, 8. Bachata Rosa, 9. Reforestame, 10.
Juan Luis Guerra + "4'40" Bachata Rosa 1995 merengue.
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Lyrics By, Music By – Juan Luis GuerraText By – Pablo Neruda. Lyrics By, Music By – Juan Luis Guerra. Bachata Rosa (CD, Album). Karen Records (2). KRD 30136.
Bachata Rosa (English: Pink Bachata) is the fifth studio album by Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra and his group . 0. It was released on December 11, 1990, by Karen Records. Written and produced by Guerra, the record sold over five million copies worldwide. It brought bachata music into the mainstream in the Dominican Republic and gave the genre an international audience.
Is Bachata Rosa the best album by Juan Luis Guerra . 0? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Bachata Rosa by Juan Luis Guerra . 0 (1990) Overall rank: 5,138th. Accolades: Top albums of 1990 (82nd). Top albums of the 1990s (997th). Best albums of all time (5,138th).
Dominican singer, composer, and bandleader Juan Luis Guerra is one of the few true innovators in contemporary Latin music. He created a revolution when he reinvented traditional merengue with smart, poetic lyrics, jazz harmonies, and higher production values. In Bachata Rosa he similarly updated the lowly bachata, the rural, Dominican down-home version of the romantic ballad
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Juan Luis Guerra/Juan Luis Guerra y . 0 Bachata en Fukuoka. Natalie Cole Bachata rosa feat Juan Luis Guerra. Tommy Torres, Olga Tanon, Naiz, Luis Fonsi, Juan Luis Guerra, Jerry Rivera, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Cosculluela, Consuelo Schuster, Víctor Rivera, Gustavo Laureano, Javier Gómez, Gustavo Gonzalez, Kany Garcia, Pedro Capó, Oscar Serrano, Francisco "Pirulo" Rosado, Jowell, Randy Nota Loca, Yaire, Melina León, Diana Fuentes, Mickey Rivera, Ambar, Arcangel, Danny Fornaris, Tito El Bambino, Ednita Nazario, Victor Manuel, Barak Isla Bendita.