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El Cantante (Andrés Calamaro album)

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El Cantante
El Cantante (Andrés Calamaro album).jpg
Studio album by
Andrés Calamaro
ReleasedMarch 2nd, 2004
Recorded2004
GenrePop, Rock
LabelWarner Music
ProducerJavier Limón
Andrés Calamaro chronology
El Salmón
(2000)
El Cantante
(2004)
El Regreso
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars [1]

El Cantante is a studio album by Andrés Calamaro. Initially it was going to include only covers from Latinoamerican artists but in the end three new songs recorded by Calamaro were added. The album and title track name comes from the song 'El Cantante', originally composed by Rubén Blades and performed by Héctor Lavoe.

Track listing

  1. Malena (Lucio Demare, Homero Manzi) - 2:28
  2. Volver (Carlos Gardel, Alfredo Lepera) - 3:12
  3. La Distancia (Roberto Carlos) - 3:56
  4. Estadio Azteca (Andrés Calamaro, Marcelo Scornik) - 3:40
  5. Sus Ojos Se Cerraron (Carlos Gardel, Alfredo Lepera) - 3:52
  6. Algo Contigo (Chico Novarro) - 3:20
  7. El Arriero (Atahualpa Yupanqui) - 2:40
  8. La Libertad (Andrés Calamaro, Gringui Herrera) - 3:15
  9. Alfonsina y el Mar / Zamba de mi esperanza (Félix Luna, Ariel Ramírez) - 4:53
  10. Las Oportunidades (Andrés Calamaro) - 3:05
  11. Voy a Perder la Cabeza por tu Amor (Manuel Alejandro, Ana Magdalena) - 4:46
  12. El Cantante (Rubén Blades) - 4:38

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