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La Historia del Divo


Download links and information about La Historia del Divo by Juán Gabriel / Juan Gabriel. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to World Music, Latin genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:08:11 minutes.

Artist: Juán Gabriel / Juan Gabriel
Release date: 2006
Genre: World Music, Latin
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:08:11
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No. Title Length
1. Querida 5:27
2. No Tengo Dinero (Canega Nai Queledo Mo Version) 3:07
3. Con Tu Amor 4:05
4. Siempre en Mi Mente 3:25
5. No Me Vuelvo a Enamorar 3:20
6. Tu Sigues Siendo el Mismo 4:24
7. No Vale la Pena 2:31
8. Te Voy a Olvidar 3:24
9. Se Me Olvido Otra Vez 2:56
10. La Diferencia (feat. El Mariachi de América de Jesús Rodriguez de Hijar) 3:17
11. Ya Lo Se Que Te Vas 3:43
12. Inocente Pobre Amigo 4:19
13. Pero Que Necesidad 5:53
14. Abrazame Muy Fuerte 4:00
15. Hasta Que Te Conoci 7:12
16. Amor Eterno (Live) 7:08



Though it's not difficult to compile material that will make Juan Gabriel look good, it's a challenge to put together on one album the essence of what makes him truly great. This towering giant of Latin music has been documented in the "best-of" format a time or two before. A musician of his caliber is guaranteed to be packaged and repackaged until time immemorial. Having not only recorded some of the industry's biggest hits himself, but also having written and produced for some of the industry's most important artists, Gabriel could easily stand beside English-language market pillars like Burt Bacharach and Stevie Wonder as a peer. The Norte label, in their typical fashion, has compiled some of Gabriel's most well-known material, such as the classic "Querida," "No Tengo Dinero," and "Hasta Que Te Conoci." Unlike many collections, there is very little room for filler in La Historia del Divo. For anyone even remotely acquainted with his stellar history, this will come as no surprise. As one of Mexico's most prolific artists, and one with tremendous staying power, it's a wonder that a good history of his work could fit on one disc. This is a fine addition to the collection of both dedicated fans and newcomers alike. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez, Rovi