Complete your The Miami Sound Machine collection.
Tracklist: 1. Renacer, 2. Tu Amor Conmigo, 3. Te Quiero, Te Quiero, 4. Keep On Trying, 5. Malvina, 6. Live Again, 7. Huesito, 8. Without Your Love, 9. Para Decirte Adios, 10. Esta Cancion. 3. Te Quiero, Te Quiero.
The group name changed a year later to Miami Sound Machine, when Emilio invited a female singer, Gloria Fajardo and her cousin Merci Navarro, to join the band after a well performed audition on stage. In 1977, the group recorded their first album for a local label, Audiofon Records. Emilio would marry Gloria, a year later. In 1980, CBS signed them to their new Latin American label, Discos CBS International and 1984's "Dr. Beat" disco smash, would lead the way to a deal with major CBS label, Epic.
3 Te Quiero, Te Quiero. 1978 Miami Sound Machine.
Miami Sound Machine sanatçısına ait en popüler şarkı sözlerini bu sitede. Coro: Con todo el amor del alma With all the love of my soul. Te espero en el año nuevo I wait for you in the new year. Y quiero con mi guitarra And I want to tell you with my guitar that. Es la esperanza de tu regreso It is the hope of your return. Un rayo de luz en mi soledad A ray of light in my solitude. Al despertar en las noches siento I awaken many nights to.
Miami Sound Machine and Estefan were at their commercial peak when a semi-truck slammed into the back of their stopped tour bus on March 20, 1990. Estefan's back was so severely broken that her surgery required 400 stitches, and two titanium rods were placed along both sides of her spine. The setback inspired a new direction for Estefan and Miami Sound Machine. After a year-long hiatus, the group returned to the stage with a renewed enthusiasm for traditional Latin music
Filmed upon their return to Miami after their 16-month world tour. Includes "Dr. Beat," "Words Get in the Way," "Anything for You," "Rhythm Is Gonna Get You," "Can't Stay Away From You," and many more 6. Medley: Baila Conmigo; A Toda Maquina; Dingui-Li-Bangue.
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|A||Tu Amor Conmigo
Written-By – Gloria Fajardo, Mercy Navarro*
Written-By – Luis Serrano, Raúl Murciano*
- Executive-Producer – Thomas Fundora
- Producer – Carlos Oliva
the very first Miami Sound Machine single
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): AL-594-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): AL-594-B
|XAPBO-734||The Miami Sound Machine*||Renacer (7", Single)||RCA||XAPBO-734||Panama||1977|