Es Fácil Amar

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Es Fácil Amar
Es Facil Amar - Lani Hall.jpg
Studio album by
Released1985
RecordedStudio B, A&M Records, Hollywood, CA
GenrePop music
LanguageSpanish
LabelA&M Records
ProducerAlbert Hammond
Lani Hall chronology
Lani Hall
(1984)
Es Fácil Amar
(1985)
Classics, Vol. 19
(1987)

Es Fácil Amar (It's Easy to Love) is a studio album recorded by American singer Lani Hall. It was produced by Albert Hammond, mixed by Bill Bottrell, mastered by Arnie Acosta, and released in 1985.[1] The album won Hall a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance in 1986.[2]

After almost two decades of being out of print, the album was made available again through Herb Alpert's official website as a digital download in 2010. Alpert also provided a trumpet solo for the album's title track.

Both the album's title track and the song "Si me Amaras" were previously recorded by Australian singer Leo Sayer as "Easy to Love" and "When I Need You," respectively. Both songs were written by songwriter/producer Albert Hammond.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Es Fácil Amar"Albert Hammond, Leo Sayer, O. Gómez3:49
2."De Repente el Amor" (featuring Roberto Carlos)Hammond, Anahi3:59
3."Fantasma"Hammond, O. Gómez4:16
4."Amor sin Mañana"Hammond, Anahi, K. C. Porter3:48
5."Si Me Amaras"Hammond, Carole Bayer Sager, O. Gómez3:48
6."Un Amor Así" (featuring José Feliciano)Hammond, Sergio Fachelli3:15
7."Ramito de Violetas"E. Sobredo4:35
8."Dama Dama"E. Sobredo3:17
9."Páginas Prohibidas"Hammond, Anahi, Porter3:45
10."Pequeño Ser"Joaquín Montoya3:26

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lani Hall Es Fácil Amar (Liner Notes) A&M Records (1985)
  2. ^ "Newsmakers". Billboard. News Media Corporation. 98 (3): 94. March 15, 1986. Retrieved July 22, 2015.