Amore Mio [Bonus Tracks]

Amore Mio [Bonus Tracks]

by Thalía



On her 17th album since 1990, Mexico's pop culture icon Thalia sought (according to interviews) to reintroduce herself to longtime fans and present herself to younger ones. Produced by Armando Ávila, Amore Mio attempts to walk the balance between the organic and the synthetic. It is her attempt at melding the live acoustic sound found on 2009's En Primera Fila with the more programmed, slick Habitame Siempre from 2012. The opening title track was written by Jose Luis Roma (half of the duo Rio Roma), and with its nylon-string and electric guitars, and its programmed beats, it's a fine example, while the set's first single, "Por Lo Que Reste de Vida" (which hit inside the Latin Top 20 in a very strong field), is an all-out pop anthem. Other fine numbers include the rock & roll party jam "Cerveza en Mexico" and the love song "Contigo Quiero Estar," which starts quietly but goes out with a bang. There are two excellent duets on the album as well. "Tranquila" features stacked, nearly flamenco-styled vocals and skittering hip-hop beats as Fat Joe offers shouted crew support, while "Como Tú No Hay Dos," with its dramatic acoustic guitars, accordion, and four-on-the-floor beats features Becky G rapping in alternate verses. The spoken word that introduces "Tú Puedes Ser" frames one of the most uplifting and sincere performances on the disc. The album was certified Gold in Mexico within two weeks of release, and hit the top spot on the Latin albums chart. Amore Mio's release coincides with the launch of the singer and telenovela star's fashion line with Macy's. [Amore Mio was also released with two bonus tracks, "Tú Puedes Ser" and "Gracias."]

Product Details

Release Date: 11/17/2014
Label: Sony U.S. Latin
UPC: 0888750333629
catalogNumber: 503336

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Thalía   Primary Artist,Coros
Armando Ávila   Piano,Mellotron,Arreglos,Bateria,Coros,Bajos,Mezcla
Fernando Laura   Piano
Marcela De La Garza   Coros
Eri Carranco   Coros
Cecy Leos   Coros
Monsters & Strangerz   Arreglos
Rodrigo "El Zurdo" Ortega   Bateria
Ricardo Mele   Trombone
Ale Alberti   Coros

Technical Credits

Kenny Chesney   Composer
Armando Ávila   Composer
Enrique Avila   Studio Manager
Thalia Sodi   Composer
Fat Joe   Composer
Jordan Johnson   Composer
Orlando Vitto   Composer
Michael Biancaniello   Composer
Theron Thomas   Composer
Carlos Macias   Composer
Baltazar Hinojosa   Composer
Marcela De La Garza   Composer,Adaptation
Stefan Johnson   Composer
Lukasz Gottwald   Composer
Marcus Lomax   Composer
Clarence Coffee   Composer
José Luis Roma   Composer
Ricky Montaner   Composer
Andy Clay   Composer
Rassel Marcano   Composer
Andres "Chano" Guardado   Composer
Rebecca Marie Gómez   Composer
Henry Walter   Composer

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