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Gracias Por Estar Aquí

by Marco Antonio Solis

Gracias Por Estar Aquí by Marco Antonio Solis

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Gracias Por Estar Aquí

by Marco Antonio Solis

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Label: Universal Latino
Latin pop's suave, long-haired lover has always been able to melt our hearts with a swelling string, a romantic lyric, a trembling note. But 35+ years into his career, the seasoned statesman of grupera and all manner of romantic pop sounds luxuriously comfortable -- and seductive -- in his own skin. He soars (the dramatic "Lo Mejor Para Los Dos"), he sways (the tropical "Todo Vuelve A Su Ritmo") and oh, does he croon, whether it's over gentle twang ("Lo Que Me Queda Por Vivir Sin Ti"), synths 'n' accordions ("Tres Semanas") or a holiday mood (the bouncy Christmas tune "Linda Noche Buena").

About This Album

Latin pop's suave, long-haired lover has always been able to melt our hearts with a swelling string, a romantic lyric, a trembling note. But 35+ years into his career, the seasoned statesman of grupera and all manner of romantic pop sounds luxuriously comfortable -- and seductive -- in his own skin. He soars (the dramatic "Lo Mejor Para Los Dos"), he sways (the tropical "Todo Vuelve A Su Ritmo") and oh, does he croon, whether it's over gentle twang ("Lo Que Me Queda Por Vivir Sin Ti"), synths 'n' accordions ("Tres Semanas") or a holiday mood (the bouncy Christmas tune "Linda Noche Buena").

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About This Album

Latin pop's suave, long-haired lover has always been able to melt our hearts with a swelling string, a romantic lyric, a trembling note. But 35+ years into his career, the seasoned statesman of grupera and all manner of romantic pop sounds luxuriously comfortable -- and seductive -- in his own skin. He soars (the dramatic "Lo Mejor Para Los Dos"), he sways (the tropical "Todo Vuelve A Su Ritmo") and oh, does he croon, whether it's over gentle twang ("Lo Que Me Queda Por Vivir Sin Ti"), synths 'n' accordions ("Tres Semanas") or a holiday mood (the bouncy Christmas tune "Linda Noche Buena").