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El Reencuentro

Raphael

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Album Review

Raphael's monumental worldwide success owes much to composer Manuel Alejandro, who wrote most of the iconic Spanish crooner's all-time classics until their decades-long collaboration exhausted itself in the mid-'80s. Now for the first time in almost 30 years, Raphael and Alejandro reunite for the aptly titled El Reencuentro, allegedly the first installment of a trilogy. The formula remains the same: 12 new Alejandro songs, tailor-made for Raphael's characteristic style of singing and romantic histrionics, led by the single "Eso Que Llaman Amor." The release includes a DVD featuring an interview with Raphael and Alejandro, as well as archival footage of live television appearances.

Biography

Born: 05 May 1943 in Linares, Spain

Genre: Pop Latino

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Spanish star Rafael Martos was born in May 5, 1943. At the age of nine, Raphael came in first place at a children's festival where contestants from all over Europe were competing. In 1966, Raphael represented Spain at the Eurovision festival with his song "Yo Soy Aquel" and one more time the following year with "Hablemos de Amor." By that time, the artist's popularity was reaching America, allowing him to perform at New York's Madison Square Garden. Raphael's acting career started in 1962, playing...
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El Reencuentro, Raphael
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  • 6,99 €
  • Genres: Pop Latino, Music, Latino
  • Released: 24 April 2012

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