| June 6, 1986|
6 June 1986
| FM Discos & Cintas|
| No Podrás Escapar de Mí
Al Centro de la Ciudad, Escalona: Vol 2, Tengo Fe, El Amor de Mi Tierra, Escalona ''Un Canto a La Vida''
Por Fuera y Por Dentro is the first album released by Colombian singer/composer Carlos Vives. Its release date was June 6, 1986, Vives was best known as the star of television soap operas at the time of its release. The album contains romantic ballads full of synthesizers, dating Vives before singing vallenato . As was the case with his other early albums Vives made and this was not a commercial success, and his record is less well known . Largely ignored by the public, the album is a collector's item for fans.
Por Fuera y Por Dentro Wikipedia
Carlos Vives, one of the greatest artists of Latin America and that revolutionized the modern vallenato, began as a young man struggling in the Latin television star. With soap operas, to be a springboard for Latin American in search of fame, Vives was no exception . In his native Colombia, especially in Santa Marta where he grew up and in Bogota where he studied and raised to be an actor and started his career in a series of shows like " Little Giants " 1983 and "Yours is My Heart " 1985 and before seeking notoriety in the title role of "Gallito Ramirez " in 1986 . That same year, he released his first album Outside and inside, marking the life of Vives and his true passion, music, this album contains songs by Fernando Garavito and other Colombian composers. Before the release of their first album tells the inside cover this argument Vives said, was the following:
"Cuando soñé con grabar este disco no fueron muchos los que se lanzaron a volar conmigo, pero esos pocos fueron suficientes para darme a conocer Por Fuera y Por Dentro.
y es por eso que doy gracias a Dios, y es por eso que hoy doy gracias a fercho, que vive soñando; gracias a josep, que cruzó el atlántico; a ricardo, al mono levy por estar en la batalla, a rubiela por sus tintos y a judith que está esperando. gracias a mis amigos de la calle, a mis hermanos luis, guillo y juanchi que está lejos, y por pensar en el canté con más ganas. gracias a la mujer que vive en mí y gracias papá y mamá por hacerme cantando."
Translated into English, reads:
"When I dreamed of recording this album were not many who took to fly with me , but those few were enough to let me know on the outside and inside.
and that is why I thank God , and that is why today I thank fercho , who lives dreaming ; by josep , who crossed the Atlantic ; ricardo , the monkey levy to be in the battle, rubiela for its red and Judith is waiting . thanks to my friends in the street, my brothers Luis , guillo and juanchi which is far , and I sang think the harder. thanks to the woman who lives in me and thanks Mom and Dad for making me singing."
Performance CreditsCarlos Vives - Vocals
Joseph Max Klitfus - Piano & Synthesizer
Gabriel Rondón - Acoustic Guitar
Alfonso Rondón - Bass
Hernando "Henry" Becerra - Electric Guitar
Wilson Viveros - Drums and percussion
Eduardo Maya - Trumpet
Dagoberto García - Clarinet & Saxophone
Gustavo "El Pantera" García - Trumbone
Lizandro Zapata - Choir
Claudia Altamar - Choir
Carlos Ortiz - Choir
Alexa Hernández - Choir
Luis Fernando Ardila - Choir
Tony Navia - Choir
Yanet Waldman (Joel) - Choir
Guillermo Vives - Choir
El Chato and Los Pequeños Gigantes - Choir
Technical CreditsJoseph Max Klitfus - Arranger
Fernando Garavito - Direction
Ricardo Acosta - Production
Carlos Vives - Executive Producer
Adolfo "El Mono" Levi - Engineer
Carlos Vives - Design
Dora Franco - Photography
John Jairo - Makeup
Fotoletras - Graphics
Nelson Robayo - Illustrations
Recorded in "The Studio" during May 1986