Alejandro Fernandez 15 Anos de Exitos
Only 9 copies left
|You Save:||$0.80 (10% Off)|
Available: Usually ships in 1-3 business days
by Alejandro Fernandez ~ Confidencias $6.94
- Released: July 16, 2013
- Originally Released: 2013
- Label: Sony U.S. Latin
- 1.Me Dedique A Perderte
- 2.Que voy a hacer con mi amor
- 3.Que Lastima
- 4.Canta Corazon
- 5.No Se Olvidar
- 6.Si Tu Supieras
- 7.Nina Amada Mia
- 8.Si Tu No Vuelves
- 9.Tantita Pena
- 12.Nube Viajera
- 13.Como Quien Pierde Una Estrella
- 14.Piel De Nina
Photographers: Rub‚n Mart¡n; Ivan Manjarrez; Omar Cruz ; Claudio Divella; Pablo Alfaro; Santiago Turienzo; Mauricio V‚lez; Barry Elkis; Adolfo P‚rez Buitr¢n; Victor Hugo Espinoza ; Pedro Flores.
Fifteen years after making his self-titled full-length solo album debut in 1992, Alejandro Fern ndez finally saw some of his greatest-hits compiled in a thoughtful manner on 15 A¤os de ?xitos. Unlike the only other greatest-hits compilation in his back catalog, the slapdash box set Mis Primeros ?xitos (1999), 15 A¤os de ?xitos is judiciously compiled, selecting key hit singles from eight of his albums, including five Billboard chart-toppers, plus his recent performance of the Aleks Syntek song "El Lado Oscuro del Amor" from the El B£falo de la Noche (2007) soundtrack. Even better, 15 A¤os de ?xitos is sequenced linearly, beginning with four hit singles from A Coraz¢n Abierto (2004) -- "Me Dediqu‚ a Perderte," "Qu‚ Voy a Hacer con Mi Amor," "Qu‚ L stima," and "Canta Coraz¢n" -- and then skipping back seven years to a pair of number one hits from his mainstream breakthrough album, Me Estoy Enamorando (1997) -- "No S‚ Olvidar" and "Si T£ Supieras" -- before returning to a linear sequence with the title track from Ni¤a Amada M¡a (2003). While the pair of Me Estoy Enamorando songs are the only inclusions out of order (not counting "El Lado Oscuro del Amor," which is tacked on as a bonus track), they fit in well where they're sequenced; produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr., and written by Kike Santander, they're the glossiest, poppiest songs here, so it's fitting to have them slotted alongside the songs from A Coraz¢n Abierto -- also a pop album, more or less -- rather than amid the more traditionally stylized music that follows. Indeed, the latter half of 15 A¤os de ?xitos, which includes songs from the albums Or¡genes (2001), Mi Verdad (1999), Muy Dentro de Mi Coraz¢n (1996), Que Seas Muy Feliz (1995), and Piel de Ni¤a (1993) in reverse chronological order, is much more traditional than the first half, generally more in line with pure ranchera than the pop-inflected style of Me Estoy Enamorando and A Coraz¢n Abierto. In fact, as 15 A¤os de ?xitos plays out, steadily moving backward in time, the reversion of Alejandro Fern ndez the modern-day hitmaker to Alejandro Fern ndez the Little Colt (nicknamed El Potrillo early in his career because he was following in the footsteps of his father, the legendary Vincente Fern ndez) is interesting to consider as well as a pleasure to hear. ~ Jason Birchmeier
Music Lovers' Ratings & Reviews:
Based on 8 ratings.
Based on 8 ratings.
Be the first Music Lover to write an online review of this product!