Navidades: Luis Miguel
Download links and information about Navidades: Luis Miguel by Luis Miguel. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Latin, Traditional Pop Music genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 30:59 minutes.
|Genre:||Latin, Traditional Pop Music|
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|1.||Santa Claus Llego a la Ciudad (Santa Claus Is Coming to Town)||1:55|
|2.||Te Deseo Muy Felices Fiestas (Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas)||4:15|
|3.||Frente a la Chimenea (Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer)||1:54|
|4.||Blanca Navidad (White Christmas)||3:32|
|5.||Navidad, Navidad (Jingle Bells)||2:34|
|6.||Estare en Mi Casa Esta Navidad (I'll Be Home for Christmas)||2:48|
|7.||Mi Humilde Oracion (My Grown Up Christmas List)||3:16|
|8.||Va a Nevar (Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow)||1:52|
|10.||Llego la Navidad (Winter Wonderland)||2:05|
|11.||Noche de Paz (Silent Night)||3:40|
After a release that was challenging and conceptual (2008’s Complices found Latin maestro Manuel Alejandro writing and producing the album in total) Luis Miguel’s 2010 effort is a self-titled return to basics, filled with Latin pop that’s built with radio play in mind. Easygoing opener and lead-off single “Labios de Miel” sets a lighter tone right from the start, then “Mujer de Fuego” brings the ‘80s-flavored funk before “Tres Palabras” becomes the album’s first ballad, and a very lush one at that. The cycle repeats 'til the album comes to a close, and while some might think Miguel’s coasting after gaining artistic credibility with Complices, fans who gravitate toward his ‘80s releases will find this one a welcome flashback.