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MTV Unplugged (2020 Remasterizado)

Maná

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1.1
No Ha Parado De Llover (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
6:40
1.2
En El Muelle De San Blas (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
6:59
1.3
Vivir Sin Aire (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
5:45
1.4
Cuando Los Ángeles Lloran (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
7:05
1.5
Cachito (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
5:19
1.6
Te Solté La Rienda (Unplugged; 2020 Remasterizado)
Maná
4:05
1.7
Desapariciones (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
7:04
1.8
Falta Amor (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
4:15
1.9
Coladito (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
1:35
1.10
Ana (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
5:05
1.11
Rayando El Sol (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
5:00
1.12
Se Me Olvidó Otra Vez (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
3:44
1.13
Perdido En Un Barco (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
4:44
1.14
Oye Mi Amor (Unplugged) [2020 Remasterizado]
Maná
5:37
Total Playing Time    72:57
Mana origins date back to a band called Sombrero Verde. In 1975 they decided to get together to play different songs from groups they admired, including The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, The Police, among others. They were originally known as The Spies of the Green Hat, but soon the name was shortened to Green Hat and was eventually adapted into Spanish as Sombrero Verde, as the band wanted to rock in their own language. They were one of the first groups to venture out, composing their own songs even though rock in Spanish was not yet a trend.

Around the same time, a movement in Mexico began called "Rock en tu idioma" (Rock in Your Language), a business strategy from some record companies aimed at young people to develop rock in Spanish. In the midst of this rising movement, the band adopted the name that would give them international recognition, "Maná", chosen because of the meaning of the Polynesian word: "positive energy." The lineup was composed of Fher Olvera vocalist, the brothers Juan and Ulises Calleros, on guitar and bass espectively, and Alex González on drums.

Warner Music Mexico is now proudly releasing a series of 2020 remasters of the band's prolific output. In the 90s, MTV had been requesting the band's participation for several years to perform an Unplugged session, but due to their busy schedule and tour commitments the band was not able to accept such an offer.

Finally, the stars aligned and on March 9, 1999 the band recorded Maná Unplugged in Miami before an intimate audience of 70 lucky fans. In this acoustic set, the group included hits from their repertoire plus 3 covers. The Unplugged session also included a music interlude called “Coladito” (Sneak In), a percussion duel between Alex González and guest musician Luis Conte, where you can appreciate the skill of both performers.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – WM Mexico Studio Masters

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