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Already known to Mexican audiences as an actress, Ximena Sariñana brought her theatrical style to her singer/songwriter debut: She plays a '50s housewife on the title track, which sends up women of that era's quest for perfection. But much of her elegant jazz-pop is more personal: On "Gris," a lyric about depression is paired to a gorgeously downcast tune. The language barrier shouldn’t discourage any fans of laidback pop—especially those with an affinity for Norah Jones or Nellie McKay.

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First purchase of Latin Music

Just on the samples alone I bought an album that I don't even understand but I would like to. This lady's voice and stylings are fantastic and I haven't even heard a whole song. I've never bought an album done entirely in another language that I don't even speak.


Her voice is Beautiful and Calming and her words are incredible, powerful, and meaningful. any song on here is a GREAT BUY.


Absolutely Brilliant!!!, this album is original, pure and fresh! Ximena is a great example of what an artist should be made of... Gracias, Ximena :) Great inspiration.


Born: October 29, 1985

Genre: Latin Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Mexican singer/actress Ximena Sariñana released her full-length solo debut album, Mediocre, in 2008 after over a decade's worth of acting roles and occasional soundtrack contributions. Born Ximena Sariñana Rivera on October 29, 1985, in Mexico City, Mexico, she is the daughter of film director Fernando Sariñana and screenwriter Carolina Rivera, as well as the niece of actress Angélica Rivera. She began her recording career at an early age, singing the theme song to the 1996 Mexican telenovela Luz...
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