Reyli Barba En la Luna

En la Luna
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CD Details

  • Released: September 14, 2004
  • Label: Sony U.S. Latin


  • 1.Calma
  • 2.Hasta que Amanezca
  • 3.Amor del Bueno (El Cuchillo)
  • 4.Tonto Enamorado
  • 5.Al Fin Me Ame de Valor
  • 6.Desde que Llegaste
  • 7.Ayudame
  • 8.Tu
  • 9.La Descarada
  • 10.Nos Quisimos
  • 11.Se Quien Soy
  • 12.No Era Necesario

Product Description:

Personnel: Mario Domm (rap vocals, bajo sexto, piano, Fender Rhodes piano, programming); Iv n Barrera (bajo sexto, didjeridu); Alfredo Pino (trumpet); Esteban Arce (trombone); Reed David (piano); Edy Vega (programming).
Recording information: El Cuarto De Maquinas (??/1997-04/2004); Indice Estudios (??/1997-04/2004); MAMita Estudios (??/1997-04/2004); WRB Estudios (??/1997-04/2004).
Editor: Gustavo Serrano.
Arranger: Mario Domm.
Having one of your recordings used in a telenovela (Latin soap opera) is far from a prerequisite for success in the Latin pop market, but it certainly doesn't hurt. The Mexican telenovela that brought Reyli Barba a great deal of exposure in 2004 was Rub¡, which aired on Univision and starred B rbara Mori (a talented actress originally from Uruguay) as an unscrupulous gold digger. Rub¡ (which was a 2000s adaptation of a late-'60s telenovela that was also called Rub¡) was atypical of Latin soaps in that the main female character was not a virtuous, good-hearted woman who overcame adversity and lived happy ever after; the character of Rub¡ P‚rez was, to put it bluntly, a raging bitch -- and the show was such a mega-hit in the Spanish-speaking world that Mori probably could have lined up a very generous novela contract with Televisa (the Mexican network that created Rub¡) had she not opted to pursue a film career and work with Spanish director Pedro Almod¢var instead. The fact that Barba's intoxicating "La Descarada" (The Brazen Woman) was used as Rub¡'s theme obviously enhanced the sales of En la Luna (On the Moon), although plenty of Spanish speakers who never watch novelas brought this album. It isn't hard to see why En la Luna was a hit; Barba is an expressive, charismatic vocalist as well as a versatile songwriter. Barba wrote most of the material, and he is as convincing on gently romantic tracks like "Amor del Bueno," "T£," and "Desde Que Llegaste" as he is on the angry, salsa-flavored "Al Fin Me Arme de Valor." And while "La Descarada" is melancholy, "Al Fin Me Arme de Valor" is downright bitter. Whether one is a Rub¡ fan or not, En la Luna is a very promising effort from Barba. ~ Alex Henderson

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  • UPC: 037629341429
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