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Top Latino Navidad Vol. 2

by Various Artists

Top Latino Navidad Vol. 2 by Various Artists

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Top Latino Navidad Vol. 2

by Various Artists

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Label: Sony Music Latin
This sampler from across the Latin music world will hit the spot during the holidays. Plenty of big stars (Luis Enrique, Milly Quezada, Gilberto Santa Rosa) and beloved classics are here, and if they're skewed a bit to the Caribbean side of things, well, you won't mind too much when that bias encompasses Gloria Estefan's "Arbolito de Navidad," El Gran Combo's "Jingle Bells"-sampling "Alegría y Paz," and Celia Cruz doing "El Año Viejo." Besides, the comp branches out in just the right places: a duranguense "Jingle Bells," Javier Solis waxing nostalgic and, of course, "El Burrito de Belén."

About This Album

This sampler from across the Latin music world will hit the spot during the holidays. Plenty of big stars (Luis Enrique, Milly Quezada, Gilberto Santa Rosa) and beloved classics are here, and if they're skewed a bit to the Caribbean side of things, well, you won't mind too much when that bias encompasses Gloria Estefan's "Arbolito de Navidad," El Gran Combo's "Jingle Bells"-sampling "Alegría y Paz," and Celia Cruz doing "El Año Viejo." Besides, the comp branches out in just the right places: a duranguense "Jingle Bells," Javier Solis waxing nostalgic and, of course, "El Burrito de Belén."

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About This Album

This sampler from across the Latin music world will hit the spot during the holidays. Plenty of big stars (Luis Enrique, Milly Quezada, Gilberto Santa Rosa) and beloved classics are here, and if they're skewed a bit to the Caribbean side of things, well, you won't mind too much when that bias encompasses Gloria Estefan's "Arbolito de Navidad," El Gran Combo's "Jingle Bells"-sampling "Alegría y Paz," and Celia Cruz doing "El Año Viejo." Besides, the comp branches out in just the right places: a duranguense "Jingle Bells," Javier Solis waxing nostalgic and, of course, "El Burrito de Belén."