×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International, Inc.

Listen to

Gloria En Vivo

by Gloria Trevi

Gloria En Vivo by Gloria Trevi

Listen to

Gloria En Vivo

by Gloria Trevi

Play on Rhapsody
Released:
Label: Universal Music Latino
When you're a diva of Gloria Trevi's longevity and stature, you don't so much give a concert as command the stage in front of your adoring subjects. Or at least that's what Trevi's live album makes it sound like. Recorded in Mexico City's Auditorio Nacional and produced by longtime collaborator Armando Avila, En Vivo pulls together big hits and beloved songs, including two salty Spanish cover versions of Laura Branigan's "Gloria." Her leathery, robust voice still sounds great, as she positively attacks tracks like the flamenco-hued "Ese Hembra Es Mala" and rocker ballad "Vestida de Azucar."

About This Album

When you're a diva of Gloria Trevi's longevity and stature, you don't so much give a concert as command the stage in front of your adoring subjects. Or at least that's what Trevi's live album makes it sound like. Recorded in Mexico City's Auditorio Nacional and produced by longtime collaborator Armando Avila, En Vivo pulls together big hits and beloved songs, including two salty Spanish cover versions of Laura Branigan's "Gloria." Her leathery, robust voice still sounds great, as she positively attacks tracks like the flamenco-hued "Ese Hembra Es Mala" and rocker ballad "Vestida de Azucar."

Tracks

About This Album

When you're a diva of Gloria Trevi's longevity and stature, you don't so much give a concert as command the stage in front of your adoring subjects. Or at least that's what Trevi's live album makes it sound like. Recorded in Mexico City's Auditorio Nacional and produced by longtime collaborator Armando Avila, En Vivo pulls together big hits and beloved songs, including two salty Spanish cover versions of Laura Branigan's "Gloria." Her leathery, robust voice still sounds great, as she positively attacks tracks like the flamenco-hued "Ese Hembra Es Mala" and rocker ballad "Vestida de Azucar."