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Asondeguerra Tour (CD+DVD) - Juan Luis Guerra

Titel : Asondeguerra Tour (CD+DVD)

Artiest(en) : Juan Luis Guerra

Genre : Merengue, Videos

Medium : CD+DVD

Jaar : 2013

Label : EMI


€ 27,90

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Juan Luis Guerra y 440 - ASondeGuerra Tour deluxe CD+DVD. Het eerste officiële live album/DVD van superster Juan Luis Guerra, opgenomen 16 juni 2012 voor 50.000 laaiend enthousiaste fans@ in het Olympic Stadium in Santo Domingo. Dit was een van de laaste optredens van JLG`s Asondeguerra tour die JLG voerde langs 20 landen ter promotie van z`n 11e studio album. Mooi, dynamisch gefilmd door meerdere camera`s op een regenachtige avond in Santo Domingo, wat deze opnames een extra tintje geeft. Gast optredens van Juanes (in "La Calle") en Romeo Santos ("Frio Frio"). Eens te meer blijkt het unieke karakter van JLG`s songs en arrangementen, die op iedereen een uitermate aanstekelijk uitwerking hebben. Veel blije gezichte zowel op podium als bij de fans. Begeleidingsband 440 is een gedisciplineerde, strak geöliede, virtuoze machine. Deze high-quality DVD heeft 18 nummers met een speelduur van 1 uur + 20 minuten.
CD:
1. Apaga Y Vamonos
2. La Bilirrubina
3. La Travesia
4. La Llave de Mi Corazon
5. Mi Bendicion
6. La Calle (feat. Juanes)
7. El Niagara en Bicicleta
8. Visa Para un Sueno
9. Frio Frio (feat. Romeo Santos)
10. Las Avispas
11. Bachata en Fukuoka
12, La Guagua
13. En Cielo No Hay Hospital
14. Ojala Que Llueva Cafe
DVD:
1. Apaga Y Vamonos
2. La Bilirrubina
3. La Travesia
4. La Llave de Mi Corazon
5. Bachata Rosa
6. La Calle (feat. Juanes)
7. Mi Bendicion
8. El Niagara en Bicicleta
9. Solo de Percusion
10. Visa Para un Sueno
11. Las Avispas
12. Bachata en Fukuoka
13. La Guagua
14. Frio Frio (feat. Romeo Santos)
15. En Cielo No Hay Hospital
16. Medley de Bachatas: Estrellitas y Duendes/Burbujas de Amor
17. Pedir Su Mano
18. Ojala Que Llueva Cafe + Entrevista
 
It is only fitting that an album as successful as Dominican singer and songwriter Juan Luis Guerra`s and 440`s A Son de Guerra would be followed with a live offering documenting the tour. The record won three Latin Grammys including Album of the Year, and hit the peak position on three Billboard charts -- Top Latin Albums, Tropical Albums, and Spanish Albums -- and reached a very respectable number 52 on the Billboard Top 200. Guerra and 440 closed their tour at the Olympic Stadium in Santo Domingo in June of 2012; it began in a rainstorm. This date is no mere by-the-numbers performance. Guerra and band feed off their homeland audience and deliver these songs with the musical sophistication, passion, and stylistic diversity that are their trademarks. There are four cuts from the studio album interspersed with hits from Guerra`s back catalog in a wide range of styles -- son, bachata, merengue, guaracha, mambo, and salsa. The set`s first single is a reprise of the midtempo tropical ballad "Frio Frio" from 1992`s Areito; the new twist is that here it`s a duet with Romeo Santos. The other special duet features Juanes reprising his role from the studio album on "La Calle," Luis Payan`s brief but stinging guitar solo, and a tight, propulsive horn chart equal to the vocalist`s performance. Other highlights include the burning "Las Avispas" from 2004`s Para Ti, "Bachata en Fuoco," and the title track from Llave de Mi Corazon. "En el Cielo No Hay Hospital" closes the set on the audio version. The encore is an acoustic performance of "Ojala Que Lueva Cafe." This is a stellar live offering, impeccably performed and recorded. [The double-disc version contains a DVD of the entire concert, shot with five cameras and sequenced in proper running order. It includes several extra tracks including a medley of the bachatas "Estrillas y Duendes" and "Burbujas de Amor," as well "A Pedir Sau Mano," a selection of highlights, and a short interview with Guerra. ]