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Spanish vocalist Niña Pastori's sixth album, Joyas Prestadas (2007) is a chart-topping collection of cover songs. Several of the covers are internationally well known, like the album-opening classics "Burbujas de Amor" (Juan Luis Guerra, a tropical vocalist from the Dominican Republic) and "Vivir Sin Aire" (Maná, a rock band from Mexico). Others are more specific to Spain, like "Mediterráneo" (Joan Manuel Serrat), "Cuando Nadie Me Ve" (Alejandro Sanz), and "Hoy Igual Que Ayer" (Los Chicos).
|Label:||Sony U.S. Latin|
Performance CreditsNiña Pastori Primary Artist
Nacho Maño Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Bajo Sexto,Dirigida
Alfonso Perez Piano
Antonio Serrano Harmonica
Chaboli Acoustic Guitar,Flamenco Guitar,Coros,Palmas
José Maria Cortina Piano,Keyboards
Anye Bao Bateria
Saint Navalón Keyboards
Julio "Chaboli" Jiménez Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Dirigida,Ronroco
Technical CreditsArmando Manzanero Composer
Alejandro Sanz Composer
Juan Luis Guerra Composer
Nacho Maño Programming
Oscar Vinader Engineering
Gonzalo Castro Engineering
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Joyas Prestadas based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I really enjoy it, I love the feeling of this singer
Pastori has an amazing and original voice. She takes these hit songs and makes them her own. I love listening to this album all the time! It's also quite romantic!