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Album Review

For many years, banda took a back seat to mariachi and norteño in terms of popularity. But with the banda boom of the 1990s and 2000s, banda went from being a marginal part of regional Mexican music to being a prominent, highly visible part of regional Mexican music, and that banda boom brought diversity as well as commercial success. These days, banda can be anything from traditionalists playing rancheras and corridos to techno-banda artists playing unlikely arrangements of bachata tunes. Sinaloa native Germán Montero shows us some of that diversity on Por lo Imposible, which offers a variety of material but maintains a banda orientation. Lstening to "No Pasa Nada" ("Nothing Is Happening"), "Obsesionado" ("Obsessed"), "Pobre Picasso" ("Poor Picasso"), and "Tú Mi Mundo, Yo Un Recuerdo" ("You're My World, I'm a Memory"), one hears examples of crossover banda; all of those tracks combine brassy banda instrumentation with middle of the road Latin pop. "La Buenona," meanwhile, is the sort of exuberant, high-energy banda that moves into tropical territory and has a merengue-ish appeal. Someone who has spent a lot of time listening to Wilfrido Vargas or Johnny Ventura (two well-known merengue singers from the Dominican Republic) could see why "La Buenona" would be described as merengue-ish. But Montero lets the ranchera flow on "Esos Tus Ojos" ("Those Eyes of Yours"), and he is equally traditional on the exuberant corridos "Joven Peligroso" ("Dangerous Youth") and "Negocios Pesados" ("Heavy Businesses"). So even though Por lo Imposible is hardly an album that caters to regional Mexican purists 100-percent of the time, there are parts of this 30-minute CD that purists could get into. Nonetheless, Por lo Imposible has way too much crossover action to be an album that purists would want to listen to nonstop all the way through. This 2010 release is more appropriate for those who enjoy a wide variety of banda — crossover as well as traditional or straight-ahead — and listeners who see things that way will find Por lo Imposible to be an agreeable, satisfying listen even if it falls short of being an exceptional listen.

Customer Reviews


es ta muy bueno este cd todaas las canciones en tan muy buenas


sin duda que German es uno de los mejores en regional banda


Este album de German Montero Por Lo Imposible es uno de los mejores album que ha hecho como solita. Hoy se cumple 3 anos celebrando su carrera como solista y este es su 3re album por igual. Les recomiendo este CD ya que todas las cancion son maravillosas y valio la pena esperar tanto de su llegada. Estoy muy impresionada con German y lo Felicito y que siga haciendo mas por que esos tus ojos me han robado la calma de mi alma.


Born: May 21, 1979 in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Genre: Música Mexicana

Years Active: '00s

Germán Montero is a vocalist from the Mexican state of Sinaloa who performs a style of banda music more or less typical of his region. Born on May 21, 1979, in the large coastal city of Los Mochis, he cites Vicente Fernández, Pedro Infante, and Joan Sebastían as major influences. Montero made his full-length album debut, Pensando en Ti, in 2008 on Univision. The song "Amantes Escondidos" was released as a single and became a hit, charting stateside on both Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks...
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