Vikki Carr is one of the best-loved and most accomplished entertainers in the United States, Latin America and Europe. She is celebrating her fifth decade of a career in which she has won three Grammy Awards and has released over 60 best-selling recordings. Her concert tours of 2006/2007 sold-out shows in the U.S., Mexico and South America. She has performed for the Queen of England, five United States Presidents, wartime soldiers in Vietnam and sold-out audiences around the world. She has worked in radio, television, film and theater. Her music embraces two languages and she is among the first artists to bridge the cultures of the United States and Latin America, paving the way for many performers today. The diversity of her rich voice is impressive. She can belt out the blues or touch the heart with a soft romantic ballad.
Vikki’s 1990 album Set Me Free ranks as one of her most impressive musical achievements. Her singing has never sounded more radiant, assured, and vocally enticing. All of the songs were written by the talented songwriting team of Roberto Levi and Bebu Silvetti with half of them being performed in English translations. This particular selection, sung in the original Spanish, is one of several great cuts that demonstrate Vikki’s dominance as the indisputable queen of the romantic ballad.
21 Track compilation album featuring artists from the Salsoul stable, Loleatta Holloway, Instant Funk, The Salsoul Orchestra, Carol Williams & more.
THE SALSOUL ORCHESTRA was the brainchild of once MFSB member and legendary vibraphonist, Vince Montana Jr. Formed in 1974, THE SALSOUL ORCHESTRA, house band for the remarkable Salsoul Records, sometimes featured up to 50 members amongst its ranks including a number of former musicians from MFSB, and fused elements of Funk, Latin, Disco and Philly Soul into their compositions. Conducted and arranged by Montana, THE SALSOUL ORCHESTRA began an eight-year recording period in 1975 releasing eleven sensational albums during that time featuring production input from, Stan Lucas, Patrick Adams and Bunny Sigler through the years.
Mis Boleros Favoritos es un álbum lanzado por el cantante mexicano Luis Miguel en 2002. Es una colección de sus canciones favoritas de sus álbumes de bolero hechos anteriormente. Añade el tema "Hasta Que Vuelvas" , una nueva canción escrita por Felipe Garza Bojalil y Mario Arturo Ramos Muñoz, producido por Bebu Silvetti. Recibió una nominación al Grammy Latino por "Record of the Year" en 2003 y alcanzó la posición número 16 en el Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.