17 Songs, 1 Hour 24 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

El Divo de Juárez recruits some of Ibero-America’s finest vocalists for this collection of his most emblematic recordings—spanning 40 years of his catalog—now reimagined as duets. Alejandra Guzmán puts a bluesy rock edge on the original ranchera version of “Caray,” while “Vienes o Voy” gets updated from disco to EDM with help from Fifth Harmony. On his beloved gem “Querida,” Juan Gabriel and Juanes trade high notes over lush orchestral strings. Even when pairing up with icons of his stature (“La Diferencia” with Marco Antonio Solis; "Así Fue” featuring Isabel Pantoja), no one overpowers the man himself, who sounds as exuberant as ever.

EDITORS’ NOTES

El Divo de Juárez recruits some of Ibero-America’s finest vocalists for this collection of his most emblematic recordings—spanning 40 years of his catalog—now reimagined as duets. Alejandra Guzmán puts a bluesy rock edge on the original ranchera version of “Caray,” while “Vienes o Voy” gets updated from disco to EDM with help from Fifth Harmony. On his beloved gem “Querida,” Juan Gabriel and Juanes trade high notes over lush orchestral strings. Even when pairing up with icons of his stature (“La Diferencia” with Marco Antonio Solis; "Así Fue” featuring Isabel Pantoja), no one overpowers the man himself, who sounds as exuberant as ever.

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