Synonyms containing vuelvo
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Vuelvo will be the fourth studio album released by Argentine group Erreway. It will be the first album recorded without Luisana Lopilato, who reported she would record a solo album, but by Camila Bordonaba, Felipe Colombo and Benjamín Rojas only. Erreway confirmed that, unlike their previous albums, Vuelvo would feature songs written by the band themselves. They also announced the album would contain twelve songs, including five rerecorded songs from their 2004 album Memoria and seven new songs. The album was set to be released in 2008, but was postponed.
for the Venezuelan salsa singer see Canelita MedinaCanelita (born Jonathan Vera in 1990) is a Spanish flamenco singer. He hails from the barrio of Bajadilla, in Algeciras, southeastern Spain. He was discovered by another native of Algeciras, Paco de Lucia, when he was a boy and began recording as a teenager, with early releases such as Vivo Errante (2004) and Canelita por mi calle (2005). His album, Vuelvo, released in November 2010, alternates traditional flamenco singing ballads and pop tunes, seeking to reach a mass audience. He has traveled to France and Germany with flamenco groups. Canelita is mainly noted for his fandangos and bulerías, but can also sing rumbas and tangos.
Pomada is a beat band from Argentina that began in 1971 with original members Norberto Dorfman on keyboards, Juan Jose Gimello on vocals, Juan Linera on guitar, Oscar Carranza on drums, and Daniel Paredes. The lineup changed around in 1974, when Juan Jose left the band and Pedro Carreras joined as vocalist and bass guitarist. Pedro was their lead singer until 2004, when he went solo and Juan Manuel Uzin became the new lead singer. Beto Dorfman is the sole owner of Pomada, and is their manager although he no longer performs with them. Their most notable hits include "Te quiero", "Hoy chiquita que te vuelvo a ver" and "Amanece y tu no estas", sung by Juan Jose; and "Mi promesa", "Ojos sin luz", "Porque yo quiero", "Vestida de novia" and "Paraiso" sung by Pedro. A new album was scheduled for release in mid-2007, that will include new tracks as well as remakes of their earlier hits. Pomada has a following of fans worldwide, not only in Spanish speaking countries, but English and Portuguese as well. Their original record label was RCA, which is now Sony-BMG, and has released a collection of their past hits, Pomada-20 secretos de amor.
Steve Tushar is a Grammy nominated music producer/remixer and musician. He has been a keyboardist, remixer, programmer and producer for metal band Fear Factory, music producer for Beto Cuevas and Chroma Key, and keyboard player for metal/industrial act 16 Volt. Tushar has also done remixes for Korn, Puddle of Mudd and Megadeth, among others. He is currently a producer, remixer, and sound designer in Hollywood, having worked on movies such as American Wedding, Ghost Rider 2, The Wicker Man, David Lynch’s Inland Empire, Case 39, Darfur Now and Lakeview Terrace. He was the co-producer of ex La Ley frontman Beto Cuevas's solo project, Miedo Escenico, and had the single Vuelvo reach number one and three single status in Argentina and Chile, and number five single in Mexico in the month of October 2008. Tushar also tours with Cuevas and Cuevas's band as keyboard player and tour director in support of the album throughout the United States and parts of Latin and Central America and Europe. Notable solo musical projects include heavy industrial project Carbon 12 and Oscillate. His remix of Megadeth's "Symphony of Destruction" appears in the games "WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2006" for the PlayStation 2 and "Full Auto 2: Battlelines" for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable.