Julio Iglesias In Concert 1983 Vinyl-New $48.99

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Julio Iglesias

Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva is a Spanish singer and songwriter. In 1983, he was celebrated as having recorded songs in the most languages in the world, and in 2013 for being the Latin artist with the most records sold in history. Iglesias is recognized as the most commercially successful European singer in the world and one of the top ten record sellers in music history, having sold more than 300 million records worldwide in 14 languages. It is estimated that during his career he has offered more than 5000 concerts, having performed for over 60 million people on five continents. In April 2013 he was awarded in Beijing as the most popular international artist in China. In Brazil, France, Romania, Italy, and others, Iglesias is the most successful foreign record seller, while in his home country, Spain, he has sold the most records in history, with 23 million records.

Tracklist
Obertura Medley (1:40)
La Guerra De Los Mundos
Abrazame
Begin The Beguine (Volver A Empezar) 2:28
Pensami (Júrame) 4:00
Vivir A Dos 2:40
Grande, Grande, Grande 3:30
Contando A Francia (4:00)
Que Reste-Il De Nos Amours
La Vie En Rose
La Mer
Momentos 3:40
As Time Goes By (De La Pelicula Casablanca) 3:25
Cantando A Latinoamerica I (6:20)
Sabor A Mi
Noche De Ronda
Cucurrucu Paloma
Homenaje A Cole Porter (2:40)
Night And Day
True Love
I Love Paris
Feelings 3:15
Hey 4:10
Nathalie 3:08
Obertura Medley (1:30)
La Guerra De Los Mundos
Obertura 83
Quijote 3:22
Fidele (Amantes) 3:14
De Niña A Mujer 1:50
Ou Est Passee Ma Boheme “Quiéreme Mucho” (Cantando Por La Niña Vanessa) 1:05
Cantando A Latinoamerica II (8:50)
La Flor De La Canela
Moliendo Cafe
Noches De Ypacarai
Guantanamera
Quizas, Quizas, Quizas
Samba Da Minha Terra 2:08
Un Canto A Galicia 3:24
Quand Tu N’es Plus La (Caminito) 1:30
Un Sentimental 2:45
Cantando A Mejico (5:20)
Ella
El Rey
Maria Bonita
Me Olvide De Vivir 4:10
La Paloma Blanca 1:39
Video: Julio Iglesias – Cantando a Latinoamérica (1983)

Additional information

Weight 13 oz
Dimensions 13 × 13 × 1 in