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Lo Que Son Las Cosas

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Released  1991
Lo Que Son Las Cosas (1991)  Metamorfosis (1992)
Release date  1991
Length  40:22
Artist  Ednita Nazario
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Genres  Latin pop, Salsa music, Merengue music, Tropical music, Dance-pop
Producers  Ednita Nazario, K. C. Porter
Labels  Capitol Records, Capitol Latin
Similar  Mujer Sola, Vete Vete, Al Rojo Vivo, Nueva Navidad, Retrato De Mujer

Lo que son las cosas ednita nazario


Lo Que Son Las Cosas is the eleventh solo studio album by the Puerto Rican singer Ednita Nazario. The album was released in 1991, on Capitol, and EMI Latin.

Contents

The album was a commercial success, reaching number 5 on the Latin Pop Albums Chart. six singles were issued from Lo Que Son Las Cosas: "Después de Tanto", "Eres Libre", "Lo Que Son Las Cosas", "Más Que Un Amigo", "Ahora Es Tarde Ya", and "Por Tí Me Casaré". The song "Lo Que Son Las Cosas" would later be covered and made famous again by the Dominican singer Anaís. Her version of the song topped the Latin Charts for 6 weeks.

Personnel

  • Ednita Nazario – lead vocals
  • Additional musicians
  • Dean Parks – guitars
  • Michael Thompson – guitars
  • Bobby Huff – drums, bass guitar
  • John "J.R." Robinson – drums
  • Neil Stubenhaus – bass guitar
  • K. C. Porter – keyboards, piano, programming, backing vocals
  • Aaron Zigman – keyboards, piano, programming
  • Rev. Dave Boruff – saxophone
  • Luis Conte – percussion
  • Alex Brown – backing vocals
  • Mortonette Jenkins – backing vocals
  • Songs

    1Lo Que Son Las Cosas4:38
    2Imposible3:54
    3Después de Tanto4:07

    References

    Lo Que Son Las Cosas Wikipedia


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