Azúcar Moreno is a Spanish music duo consisted of sisters Antonia "Toñi" and Encarnación "Encarna" Salazar. The duo has sold more than 3 million albums and singles since 1984 domestically, and became famous in Europe, the United States and Latin America in the 1990s, with approximately 12 million albums sold worldwide. Consisting of sisters Antonia "Toñi" (14 March 1963) and Encarnación "Encarna" Salazar (10 January 1961), the singing duo comes from Badajoz
Olé is the ninth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on Sony International in 1998.
Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Negros. Acoustic Guitar – Mitch DaltonAdapted By – Nick PatrickDrums, Bass – Luis JardimGuitar – Gerardo Núñez Keyboards – Michael Parker (8)Written By – Traditional (Chile). Ojos Negros (LP, Album). Ojos Negros (CD, Album).
Ojos Negros is the sixth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on Sony-Epic in 1992. The album's title translates as Dark Eyes and is a reference to one of the tracks included, the Chilean folk tune "Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Negros". Ojos Negros, just like preceding album Mambo, was recorded in both London, Madrid and Miami and was a collaboration with acclaimed British producer Nick Patrick. Patrick started his career as a recording engineer for Heaven 17 and .
The Azúcar Moreno sisters began their singing careers as back-up vocalists to their brothers, but in 1982, they were discovered and signed by record label EMI Spain, resulting in two albums with moderate commercial success released in 1984 and 1986. In 1988 they signed with CBS-Epic and relaunched their music with a bolder production style and matching sexier image and released the album Carne De Melocotón. Ojos Negros is the sixth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on Sony-Epic in 1992.
Play Ojos Negros album songs MP3 by Azucar Moreno and download Ojos Negros songs on Gaana. Released by Sony Music Nov 1992 10 Tracks.
Mambo (Azúcar Moreno album). The album was also the first not to be entirely recorded in Spain or predominantly produced by their longtime collaborator Julio Palacios - it had no less than ten producers. The lead single "Torero!", although as typically flamenco-flavoured as their international breakthrough single "Bandido", was in fact written and produced by Englishmen Nick Fisher and Garry Hughes and German Zeus B. Held and was recorded in London.
CD - Sony Discos In. Discos CBS En Tu Calle Sin Salida.
|2||Hechizo de Luna||4:26|
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|CDZ-80896/2-472324||Azucar Moreno||Ojos Negros (CD, Album)||Sony Latin||CDZ-80896/2-472324||US||1992|
|91 472324||Azucar Moreno||Ojos Negros (LP, Album)||Epic||91 472324||Colombia||1992|
|ZRIT 472324||Azucar Moreno||Ojos Negros (Cass, Album)||Epic||ZRIT 472324||Mexico||1992|
|ESCA 5691||Azucar Moreno||Ojos Negros (CD, Album)||Epic||ESCA 5691||Japan||1993|