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José José - ¿Qué Es El Amor? flac album
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¿Qué Es El Amor?
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Amor Amor (Love Love) is the title of the studio album released by Mexican singer José José in 1980. It was recorded at the Salty Dog Studios in Los Angeles, California. José José opened successfully the decade of the 1980s, as he continued his good run, placing hits such as "Amor Amor", "Insaciable amante" (by Camilo Sesto), "Él" (Rupert Holmes' "Him"), "No me digas que te vas", "Perdido en la oscuridad", and his version of the classic bolero "No me platiques más"

This song is by José José and appears on the album Que Es El Amor (1989). Qué es el amor?, es un color,la mezcla justa, de espíritu y sudor,es el placer, pertenecer,es uno mismo, pero con otra piel. Qué es el amor?, quizás tu olor,pero después, de que hacemos el amor,la libertad para elegir,la misteriosa y excitante obligación, de dar, sin pedir. Y el hambre, las guerras, y el odio, todo,se acuestan con nosotros, despiertan moros.

José José finished in third place which shocked the audience. Thanks to his hit "El Triste", his popular romantic ballad style mixed with a unique voice made him a major star in Mexico. He began his first international tour visiting: Los Angeles, Miami, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Argentina. He played leading roles in such minor films as Sueño de amor and La carrera del millón. José performed concerts at the Hollywood Palladium and the Hollywood Bowl. In 1980, José released the album Amor Amor, recorded in Los Angeles. Singles released from it included: "Insaciable amante", "No me digas que te vas", "Amor Amor", and the classic bolero "No me platiques mas". He later recorded the album Romántico. On this album, he recorded classic boleros with a touch of romantic ballad, bringing the bolero back to the mainstream.

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José José (also known as Cuidado) is the eponymously titled debut studio album released by Mexican singer José José in 1969. With this, his first LP album recorded at RCA Victor in Mexico City and produced under the supervision of composers Rubén Fuentes and Armando Manzanero, José José begins a long and successful career. José José opened successfully the decade of the 1980s, as he continued his good run, placing hits such as "Amor Amor", "Insaciable amante" (by Camilo Sesto), "Él" (Rupert Holmes' "Him"), "No me digas que te vas", "Perdido en la oscuridad", and his version of the classic bolero "No me platiques más". The album established him as one of the best-selling Latin singers of that time, setting the tone for future success in the 1980s.

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Tracklist

Condenado 4:03
Como Tu 4:14
El 3:43
Piel De Azúcar 3:40
Me Voy 3:38
Punto Final 3:35
Tal Vez Por Nada 4:38
Los Amantes 4:43
¿Que Es El Amor? 4:43
Una Amable Aventura 4:41
Que No Daría Yo 4:17

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LAP-001 José José ¿Qué Es El Amor? ‎(LP, Album) Ariola LAP-001 Mexico 1989
1800352 José José ¿Qué Es El Amor? ‎(LP, Album) Ariola 1800352 Colombia 1989
7288 José José ¿Qué Es El Amor? ‎(LP, Album) Ariola 7288 Venezuela 1989
9666-1-RL José José ¿Qué Es El Amor? ‎(LP, Album) Ariola 9666-1-RL US 1989
929-1076 José José ¿Qué Es El Amor? ‎(LP, Album) Ariola 929-1076 Ecuador 1989