"Fotografía" is a song recorded by Juanes and Nelly Furtado for Juanes' second studio album, Un Día Normal. The duet, followed by another, was commercially successful: it reached number one on the U. S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart and in Latin American countries such as Argentina, Chile and Peru; the song re-introduced Furtado to the Latin American market and paved the way for Furtado's success with Folklore, her second album, in the region. In 2012 Juanes recorded a new duet with Emanuela Bellezza for inclusion on the Deluxe Edition of his album Juanes MTV Unplugged. "Fotografia" "Fotografia" "Fotografia" "Fotografia" "Fotografia" "Fotografia" "Fotografia"
David Campbell (composer)
David Richard Campbell is a Canadian arranger and conductor. He has worked on over 450 gold and platinum albums including 21, Futuresex/Lovesounds, The 2nd Law, Spirit, Aaliyah and The Open Door, Meteora, B'Day, The Astonishing, various albums by his son Beck. Campbell was born in Ontario, his father, D. Warren Campbell, was from Winnipeg, but was attending seminary in Toronto in order to become a Presbyterian minister. Campbell subsequently was assigned to a church in Pittsburgh, taking his family with him, before settling in Seattle when Campbell was 10. Campbell took up the violin at age 9. At age 12, he began venturing into orchestration, studying the works of Bartók, Schoenberg and Stravinsky. In the late 1960s, after studying at Manhattan School of Music, Campbell moved from New York to Los Angeles and began studying pop music, he studied the music of The Beatles, Leonard Cohen and The Rolling Stones, he played bluegrass music for crowds in line for movies in Westwood Village. At age 23, Campbell played on his first major album, Tapestry, by Carole King.
This led for King's Rhymes and Reasons album. Campbell played viola on recording sessions such as Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" and Bill Withers' "Lean on Me". Since he has gone on to arrange songs for such artists as Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Green Day, Avril Lavigne, Leona Lewis, Dixie Chicks, Ricky Martin, Neil Diamond and Sheryl Crow; as a composer, David has written music for many films including Joy, Paper Tigers and Colombia: magia salvaje. He has arranged and orchestrated music for over 80 films including Annie, August: Osage County, Rock of Ages, North Country and Brokeback Mountain. In 2010 he worked with Nigel Godrich on the score for Scott Pilgrim vs; the World. In recent years, he has conducted at the Hollywood Bowl for Faith Hill, Death Cab for Cutie, Ray LaMontagne, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson and The xx, he collaborated with Muse for the performance of "Survival", the official song of the London Olympics. He collaborated with Beck for the Lincoln Motor Company ad campaign, "Hello, Again", which featured a live performance of Beck's "Sound and Vision" cover and included 167 live musicians playing simultaneously.
In February 2009 Campbell arranged Radiohead's "15 Step" for the band's collaboration with the USC Marching Band at the 2009 Grammy Awards. He conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic, as well as arranged and orchestrated the music for Beck's Song Reader concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, which featured many performers, including Childish Gambino, Anne Hathaway, John C. Reilly, Jack Black and Jarvis Cocker, he arranged and orchestrated for the Seattle Symphony and Pickwick's Sonic Evolution show on June 6, 2014. In 2003, Campbell served as conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra during their one-night performance with Kiss, released on the album Kiss Symphony: Alive IV. During the concert and the members of the orchestra wore the iconic Kiss makeup along with the members of the band, he created song arrangements, dance arrangements and orchestrations for the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Campbell has two sons and one daughter: musician Beck Hansen, artist Channing Hansen, musician Alyssa Suede.
He is married to theatrical composer Pauline Frechette. His father was a Presbyterian minister but Campbell himself has been a Scientologist for over 45 years. In 2012, he donated to Ron Paul's campaign in the United States Presidential election. Partial list of films that David Campbell's work contributed to. Sources: 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1989 1987 1986 1981 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 List of music arrangers
Fíjate Bien (song)
"Fíjate Bien" is a song written and performed by Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes. The song is the title track and first radio single from his debut solo studio album, Fíjate Bien; this track won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Song at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2001. "Fíjate Bien" - "Fíjate Bien" - 4:54
Fíjate Bien is the debut studio album recorded by Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes, It was released by Universal Music Latino on October 17, 2000. The album was produced by Gustavo Santaolalla, known for his contributions to Latin rock tracks. All the songs on the album were written by Juanes himself; the strings were arranged and conducted by David Campbell, who has worked on several other albums by Juanes. The album received six Latin Grammy Award nominations in 2001 including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year, Best Short Form Music Video for Fijate Bien; the album was certified Disco de Platino by the RIAA on June 2001 for shipping 100,000 copies. "Ahí le Va" - 3:27 "Para Ser Eterno" – 5:04 "Volcán" – 3:33 "Podemos Hacernos Daño" – 3:46 "Destino" – 3:33 "Nada" – 3:53 "Fíjate Bien" – 4:55 "Vulnerable" – 4:27 "Soñador" – 3:25 "Ficción" – 4:14 "¿Para Qué?" – 3:35 "Me da Igual" – 4:12 "Podemos Hacernos Daño" "Nada" "Fíjate Bien" "De Madrugada" – 3:50 "Sin Rencores" – 3:03 "Solo" – 4:56 "Raza" – 3:15 "La Decision" – 5:33 "La Tierra" – 3:48
La Vida... Es Un Ratico
La Vida... es un Ratico is the fourth studio album recorded by Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes, released by Universal Music Latino on October 23, 2007. Juanes has stated that the album is to be completed in Spanish and has a "very Colombian" sound to it. Juanes co-produced this record, working with a two-time Academy Award-winning producer, Gustavo Santaolalla, it has been said that the album has typical Colombian sounds, such as the "guasca," "vallenato," and "cumbia." When choosing the name for this record, Juanes was inspired by a conversation he had with his mother, who told him to "Not worry, because life is just a moment." Following what that phrase means, Juanes thought of creating an album remembering that life passes you by in a blink of an eye and concentrating more on his family and beloved beings. The first single "Me Enamora" was released on September 3, 2007 to the media and online stores, such as iTunes and reached number one in 19 countries; the second single is "Gotas de Agua Dulce".
This album won the Latin Grammy Award for Album of Best Male Pop Vocal Album. At the 51st Annual Grammy Awards this album won for Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album; this album was reissued on September 15, 2008 with three new songs and eight tracks recorded live on his tour in the United States and Europe. The special edition will include a DVD with new footage from Juanes' tour and the music videos the three singles released already; the confirmed new tracks for this re-edition are: "Falsas Palabras" and "Odio Por Amor". Standard Edition No Creo en el Jamás – 3:32 Clase de Amor – 3:53 Me Enamora – 3:14 Hoy Me Voy – 3:23 La Vida es un Ratico – 4:05 Gotas de Agua Dulce – 3:11 La Mejor Parte de Mí – 3:42 Minas Piedras – 4:05 Tú y Yo – 4:26 Báilala – 3:31 Difícil – 4:01 Tres – 3:25 Bandera de Manos – 4:06Bonus tracks 14. "Bandera de Manos" 15. "La Camisa Negra" 16. "Falsas Palabras" 17. "Dove Le Pietre Sono Mine" Italian Re-Release 18. "Me Enamora" Japan Re-Release 19. "Tres" Japan Re-Release "Odio Por Amor" "Falsas Palabras" "No Creo en el Jamás" "Clase de Amor" "Me Enamora" "Hoy Me Voy" "La Vida es un Ratico" "Gotas de Agua Dulce" "La Mejor Parte de Mí" "Minas Piedras" "Tú y Yo" "Báilala" "Difícil" "Tres" "Bandera de Manos" "Bandera de Manos" "Hoy Me Voy" "Bailala Juanes: A musical journey Behind the cameras of "Me Enamora" La Vida...
Es Un Ratico Guitar/Voice/Keyboards: Juanes Drums: Victor Indrizzo Bass: Fernando "Toby" Tobón Drums and Accordion: Chelito de Castro Percussion: Felipe Alzate Produced by: Gustavo Santaolalla and Juanes Associate producer: Anibal Kerpel Executive producer: Adrian Sosa Recorded at: Las Montañas de Medellín, Colombia, La Casa and Henson Studios Engineer at "Las Montañas de Medellín": Juanes Engineer at "La Casa": Anibal Kerpel Engineer at "Henson": Thom Russo Engineer for Andrés Calamaro vocals: Jorge Da Silva at Ion Studios. Strings recorded at: Track Record, North Hollywood by Steve Churchyard Strings arranged and conducted by David Campbell Mixing at: Hit Factory by Thom Russo Mastering: Tom Baker at Prevision Mastering Design: Eduardo Chavarín and Luis Díaz Graphic production: Carolina Larrea and Eduardi Chavarín Photography: www.raulhiguera.com Cover: René Shenduda In the United States, the album debuted at number 13 on the Billboard 200 album chart, selling about 47,000 copies in its first week.
It had sold over 112,000 copies as of December 5, 2007. La Vida World Tour List of certified albums in Romania
Mala Gente (song)
"Mala Gente" is a song by Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes. The song is the third radio single from Un Día Normal, it shows his frustration with his soon-to-be ex-girlfriend who he calls "mala gente". She tells him that their romance is now over, she wants to be friends, he believes her to be a liar, that she cannot be trusted, has played with his emotions and does not want to be friends. That she will come to regret this breakup, his prediction comes true. This track won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Song at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2003, the third year in a row for him to win in this field. "Mala Gente" - 3:16
Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vásquez, known professionally as Juanes, is a Colombian musician, a member of the rock band Ekhymosis and is now a solo artist. In 2000, his solo debut album Fíjate Bien won three Latin Grammy Awards. According to his record label, Juanes has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide. Raised in Colombia, Juanes began playing piano at age two; when Juanes was 17, he started his first band, Ekhymosis, in 1988, which went on to release Eight albums, achieving recognition in his native country of Panama. The track "Dos" from the album Niño Gigante in 1992 was popular. In 1997 after the band broke up, Juanes continued solo and in 2000 he released the album, Fíjate Bien, which earned him three Latin Grammys, his follow-up album, Un Día Normal, was released in 2000 and was certified platinum in Guatemala and Uruguay throughout Latin America. Juanes' third album, Mi Sangre, which became an international bestseller, managing to position well in a number of countries around the world, achieved success due to the single "La Camisa Negra".
He has since released La Vida... Es Un Ratico and P. A. R. C. E.. On May 29, 2012 Juanes released the album Juanes MTV Unplugged. According to his label, Universal Music, Juanes has won, among others, twenty Latin Grammy Awards and two Grammy Awards. Juanes received the BMI President's Award at the 2010 BMI Latin Awards. Presented By James Edward Taylor Juanes is known for his humanitarian work with aid for Colombian victims of anti-personnel mines through his NGO Fundacion Mi Sangre. On April 2013, Juanes released an autobiography titled Chasing The Sun in which he tells his story through narratives and pictures. Juanes was born in Carolina del Príncipe, Colombia; when he was seven years old, his father and brothers began to teach him. His passion for the instrument led him to discover simple genres of music such as traditional sounds such as tango and Vallenato, as well as Russian folk music, he grew up in Medellín during the height of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar's reign, when the city had the highest homicide rate in the world.
During his childhood, Juanes witnessed a civil war. His cousin was killed by kidnappers, gunmen executed a close friend. To add further to Juanes' grief and desperation, his father died from cancer; this period shaped Juanes' social consciousness, saying "Colombia has suffered so much that the only way to go forward is to imagine a better country."As a teenager, Juanes was influenced by rock and metal acts such as The Beatles and Metallica. He started the rock band Ekhymosis in 1988, it released its debut album, Niño Gigante, that same month; the band released seven studio albums during its career and shared the stage with acts including Alejandro Sanz and Ricky Martin. Juanes disbanded the group in 1998. In 2000, Juanes released his solo debut Fíjate Bien, produced by Gustavo Santaolalla; the album fared well in Colombia, spending ten weeks at the number one position, but was unsuccessful in other countries. The album earned him three Latin Grammys for Best New Artist, Best Rock Solo Vocal Album, Best Rock Song, Juanes performed at the award show.
That night, Juanes brought demos for over forty new songs to Santaolalla's studio, ready to begin work on another album. The follow-up, Un Día Normal produced by Gustavo Santaolalla who signed him with his first solo album, was released in 2002 and was successful in Latin America; the album was certified gold in Colombia during its first day of sales and was certified platinum and multi-platinum in countries including Colombia and Spain. The album spent 92 weeks in the top ten of Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart, setting a new record, spent a total of two years on the chart; the album was released after the eligibility deadlines for the 2002 Latin Grammy Awards, but the advance airdate for the lead single, "A Dios le Pido", allowed it to be nominated for three awards and win Best Rock Song."A Dios le Pido" topped the singles charts of twelve countries and spent 47 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks. The album featured "Fotografía", a duet with Portuguese Canadian pop singer Nelly Furtado about the isolation between lovers.
Juanes worked with Furtado on a remix of "Powerless", the lead single from her 2003 album Folklore, on "Te busqué", a single from her 2006 album Loose. Juanes won the most awards at the 2003 Latin Grammy Awards, where he won each of the 5 awards for which he had been nominated, including Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Album of the Year. Mi Sangre, was released in September 2004 and debuted at number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums; the album produced three consecutive number one singles, which held the top chart position for a combined 6 months. The album's third single, "La Camisa Negra", was used in Italy in support of neo-fascism by relating it to the uniform used under the regime of Benito Mussolini. In response, left-wing media network Indymedia called for a boycott of the song. Juanes stated that "'La Camisa Negra' has got nothing to do with fascism or Mussolini... People can interpret music in all kinds of ways I guess." At the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards, Juanes won three additional awards to his nine previous Grammy awards.
He took the award for Best Rock Song for "Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor"