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    15 Años De Éxitos

    15 Años De Éxitos

    • Year Released: 2007
    15 Años De Éxitos is the first greatest hits album (sixteenth overall) from Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández this album contains 15 successful tracks from 8 of his previous albums (Piel De Niña, Que Seas Muy Feliz, Muy Dentro de Mi Corazón, Me Estoy Enamorando, Mi Verdad, Orígenes, Niña Amada Mía and A Corazón Abierto) in addition to the newly recorded track "El Lado Oscuro Del Amor" from the Mexican film "El Búfalo De La Noche". The CD/DVD edition brings in addition to the CD with the 16 tracks, a DVD with 6 videos of Alejandro Fernández.
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    A Corazón Abierto

    • Year Released: 2004
    A Corazón Abierto is the thirteenth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández that contains a selection of tracks that cross the rhythmic pop and the romantic ballad, this album shows the best of Alejandro, exploring melodies that go from the spiritual up to the sensual, reflecting his love and passion. This is a Contemporary Pop album with Mexican flavor produced by Kike Santander and Aureo Baqueiro, with songs of big composers as: Gian Marco, Tres De Copas, Leonel García of Sin Bandera, Reyli Barba and Kike Santander. He shot videos for the songs "Me Dediqué A Perderte", "Qué Lástima" and "Canta Corazón". The first single went on to sell over 63,000 digital downloads in Mexico alone. Source: Official Website, Last.fm
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    Alejandro Fernandez

    • Year Released: 1992
    Alejandro Fernandez is the debut self-titled album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Pedro Ramírez. The hit singles from this album are: "Necesito Olvidarla", "Equivocadamente" and "Brumas" (for the latter Alejandro Fernández shot a music video).
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    Christmas in Vienna VI

    • Year Released: 1999
    Christmas in Vienna VI (also known as Christmastime in Vienna) is the seventh album in a series of Christmas concerts recorded in Vienna with Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo. The concert that the recording comes from was the seventh Christmas in Vienna show that Domingo held since 1992, and the sixth concert recording to be released by Sony Classical. (The Erato label released the fourth Christmas in Vienna concert from 1995 that Domingo held with José Carreras and Natalie Cole.) Recorded in December 1998, it also includes the French singer Patricia Kaas and the Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra directed by Steven Mercurio. The album was released in September 1999. Christmas Medley:
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    Dos Mundos: Evolución + Tradición

    • Year Released: 2009
    Dos mundos is the seventeenth studio album recorded by Mexican pop singer Alejandro Fernández. Dos Mundos is a 2-disc CD by Alejandro Fernández featuring two different genres on each CD. Dos Mundos: Evolución features songs recorded in Latin Pop while Dos Mundos: Tradición features songs recorded in Ranchera. The two CD's were sold both separately and bundled together under the title, Dos mundos: evolución + tradicion, turning Alejandro in the one of few Latin artist to do something similar. All songs written and composed by Joan Sebastian, except where noted.  Regarding Dos Mundos: Evolución, James Monger of Allmusic gave the album a four-star rating and noted the album "relies on the glossy, straight-up Latin pop with elements of ballad, bolero, and mariachi that became his forte in the early 20th century". For Dos Mundos: Tradición, Alex Henderson gave the 3.5 out of 5 and compared the decision of Fernandez's to produce two albums by the same manner of Rocío Banquells. For the latter album, he called a "likable effort whether one is enjoying it as a stand-alone CD or as half of the double-disc Dos Mundos: Evolución y Tradición". Tijana Ilich of About.com gave both albums a
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    En vivo juntos por última vez

    En vivo juntos por última vez

    • Year Released: 2003
    En Vivo: Juntos Por Ultima Vez (English: Live: Together for the Last Time) is the twelfth album by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Recorded live in a concert with his father Vicente Fernández in Mexico City that concludes their extensive tour that took them through Center and South America, the final concert that lasted more than 5 hours was in the Foro Sol with more of 60,000 persons.
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    Entre tus brazos

    Entre tus brazos

    • Year Released: 2000
    Entre tus brazos is the eighth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández again in collaboration with the famous producer Emilio Estefan, Jr. and Kike Santander. This album marks the debut of Alejandro Fernández as a composer with the song "Entre Tus Brazos". He shoot videos for the songs "Quiéreme", "Háblame" and "Quisiera". The singer received a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in the Latin Grammy Awards of 2000, losing to Luis Miguel's "Tu Mirada".
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    Grandes Exitos A La Manera De Alejandro Fernandez

    • Year Released: 1994
    Grandes Exitos A La Manera De Alejandro Fernandez is the third album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Pedro Ramírez. In this album he interprets classic songs of great composers like Luis Demetrio and Armando Manzanero. He shot a video for the song "A Pesar De Todo". Other songs known from this album is "Si Dios Me Quita La Vida". Despite the title, this is not a greatest hits compilation.
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    Me Estoy Enamorando

    • Year Released: 1997
    Me Estoy Enamorando is the sixth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. and Kike Santander, this album marks a strong change in his career with a new merger of bolero, ballads and the essence of the mariachi. Also he conquest the most diverse public of Latin America, United States and Europe, remaining 13 weeks in the Top N° 1 of the Billboard . He shot videos for the songs "Si Tú Supieras", "En El Jardín" with the participation of Gloria Estefan and "No Sé Olvidar". Other song known from this album is "Yo Nací Para Amarte". Singer Mijares covered the song "Si Tú Supieras" in his 2009 Spanish album Vivir Así. This album received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Album at the Grammy Awards of 1998, losing to Romances by Luis Miguel. The album won "Pop Album of the Year" at the 1998 Premio Lo Nuestro awards.
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    México - Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas

    México - Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas

    • Year Released: 2005
    México >> Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas is the fourteenth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández, a concert made on June 22, 2005 in "El Nuevo Palacio de Congresos" in Madrid, Spain. A spectacular production that counted on the participation of more than 28 musicians in which Alejandro interpreted his biggest successes. Some of the most outstanding moments were the duets with Amaia Montero (from La Oreja de Van Gogh), the Spanish singer Malú and Diego "El Cigala". In words of the same Alejandro: "An unforgettable, very intimate, magical and special concert".
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    Mi Verdad

    • Year Released: 1999
    Mi Verdad is the seventh album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Pedro Ramírez, this album marks the return to the genre that opened the doors him for the success. Videos were created for the songs "Loco" and "Nadie Simplemente Nadie". The songs "Loco", "Nadie Simplemente Nadie" and "Si He Sabido Amor" were the most popular tracks. It received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album.
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    Muy Dentro de Mi Corazón

    • Year Released: 1996
    Muy Dentro de Mi Corazón is the fifth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Pedro Ramírez. He shoot videos for the songs "Nube Viajera" and "Abrazame". Other songs known from this album are "Moño Negro" and "Es La Mujer". It received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album.
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    Niña Amada Mía

    Niña Amada Mía

    • Year Released: 2003
    Niña Amada Mía is the eleventh album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Pedro Ramírez this is a Ranchera album that contains beautiful melodies of big composers like Armando Manzanero and Jorge Massias. He shoot a video for the song "Niña Amada Mia".
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    Orígenes

    Orígenes

    • Year Released: 2001
    Orígenes is the ninth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Kiko Campos and Pedro Ramírez, with this album he returns to his "origins" recording an album of Mexican music, but this time with his own style. He shoot videos for the songs "Tantita Pena" and "Si Tú No Vuelves". The singer received a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Ranchero Album in the Latin Grammy Awards of 2002, however he lost to his father Vicente Fernández with the album "Más con el Número Uno".
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    Piel De Niña

    • Year Released: 1993
    Piel De Niña is the second album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández, this is an album with a romantic cut produced by Pedro Ramírez. He made a video for the song "Piel De Niña". Other songs known from this album are "Cascos Ligeros", "Acabe Por Llorar" and "A La Vera Del Camino".
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    Que Seas Muy Feliz

    • Year Released: 1995
    Que Seas Muy Feliz is the fourth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. Produced by Pedro Ramírez. The song "Como Quien Pierde Una Estrella" becomes the most popular song of the moment, the radio stations play it with an unusual frequency, turning it into a new anthem for the genre. He shoot videos for the songs "Como Quien Pierde Una Estrella" and "La Mitad Que Me Faltaba". Other songs known from this album are "Que Seas Muy Feliz", "Paso Del Norte" and "Que Bueno".
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    Un Canto De México

    Un Canto De México

    • Year Released: 2002
    Un Canto De México (Song of Mexico; also known as 100 Años De Música Mexicana, 100 years of Mexican music; and Bellas Artes En Vivo, Fine Arts in concert) is the tenth album by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández. It was recorded during a performance in the concert hall of the "Palacio de Bellas Artes". The concert paid tribute to Mexico's greatest singers and songwriters of some of the great Mexican songs of the last century.
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    Viento a favor

    • Year Released: 2007
    Viento A Favor is the title of the fifteenth studio album released by Mexican pop singer Alejandro Fernández. Was produced by Aureo Baqueiro and the singer works again with the composers: Gian Marco, Reyli Barba and Leonel García. And this time, he invites Fonseca and the other half of Sin Bandera, Noel Schajris. The release date was set on June 26, 2007. For the press conference to introduce the album to the media, the singer gathered all the people involved in Tequila, Jalisco, to talk about the tracks and the production . The album was recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Los Angeles, California. Alejandro Fernández chose the 11 tracks (since "Amor Gitano" was previously recorded with Beyonce), from 500 songs. Making the final cut the compositions from Gian Marco, Tres De Copas, Reyli Barba, Fonseca, Leonel and Noel (from the Mexican group Sin Bandera). The video for the first single ("Te Voy A Perder") was shoot in Mexico City and Tampico, and directed by Simon Brand. On August 28, 2007 the video for the second single ("No Se Me Hace Facil") was shoot in Los Angeles, California and directed by Pablo Croce . The album debuted at #77 on the Billboard 200 chart, #2 on the
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