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La Prosperidad

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Released  2002
Artist  Fiel a la Vega
Producer  Fiel a la Vega
Genre  Rock en español
Length  ??:??
Release date  2002
Label  FALV
Recorded  Digitec, San Juan, PR Alfa Recording, San Juan, PR
La Prosperidad (2002)  Desde el Comienzo 1994–2004 (2005)
Similar  El Concierto Sinfónico, El Concierto Acústico, Desde el Comienzo: 1994‑2004, Equilibrio, Tres

Fiel a la vega la prosperidad


La Prosperidad is the fourth studio album released by the rock en español band Fiel a la Vega. It was released independently in 2002.

Contents

The lead guitarist Ricky Laureano takes a more prominent role, writing four songs, and co-writing another three with the singer Tito Auger. Laureano sings lead vocals on all of his four songs.

Fiel a la vega la prosperidad en vivo


Track listing

All songs written by Tito Auger, except where noted.

  1. "La Prosperidad"
  2. "Hay Que Edificar" (Laureano)
  3. "Maniqueismo" (Auger, Laureano)
  4. "A Quien Pueda Interesar"
  5. "Croatto"
  6. "Tu y Mi Ciudad"
  7. "Necesarios son los Sueños" (Laureano)
  8. "Del Siglo XXI a Washington"
  9. "Que Razón te Llevaré"
  10. "Encontrarte es una Historia que Hoy Deberían Publicar" (Laureano)
  11. "El Asunto: Salcedo Sigue Siendo Mortal" (Auger, Laureano)
  12. "No Tan Atractiva Verdad" (Auger, Laureano)
  13. "Algunos Deseos"
  14. "Incorporado" (Laureano)
  15. "Banderas"

Song meanings

  • Auger wrote "Croatto" in honor of the singer Tony Croatto, one of his influences. Four years later, after Croatto's death, Auger sang the song in a concert in his memory.
  • Laureano wrote and dedicated "Encontrarte es una Historia que Hoy Deberían Publicar" to his wife, while Auger wrote and dedicated "Tu y Mi Ciudad" to his.
  • "El Asunto: Salcedo Sigue Siendo Mortal" is a reference to the Spaniard Diego Salcedo's drowning at the hands of the Taíno Indians of the island.
  • "Banderas" stemmed from some controversies that arose on the island concerning the use of national flags, and the division caused by the Navy-Vieques protests.
  • Personnel

  • Tito Auger - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
  • Ricky Laureano - lead and acoustic guitar, vocals, cuatro
  • Jorge Arraiza - bass guitar, vocals, keyboards, percussion
  • Pedro Arraiza - drums, harmonica
  • Papo Román - percussion
  • Recording

  • Luar Music - executive producer
  • Recorded at Digitec, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Alfa Recording, San Juan, from March to October, 2002, by Gerardo López.
  • Additional recordings by Carlos Cruz
  • Assistant - Tito Peña (Alfa Recording) and Luis Burgos (Digitec)
  • Mastered at Masterdisk, New York City, by Leon Zervos.
  • Songs

    1La prosperidad6:09
    2Hay que edificar4:55
    3Maniqueismo2:48

    References

    La Prosperidad Wikipedia


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