Mi Niña Lola

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Mi Niña Lola
Mi Niña Lola album cover.jpg
Studio album by Concha Buika
Released April 3, 2006
Genre Flamenco, pop
Length 46:30
Label DRO Atlantic 0825646327423
Producer Javier Limón
Concha Buika chronology
Buika
(2005)Buika2005
Mi Niña Lola
(2006)
Niña de Fuego
(2008)Niña de Fuego2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

Mi Niña Lola (My Child Lola) is the second studio album by Spanish singer Concha Buika. The record was released on April 3, 2006 via DRO Atlantic label.[2]

Reception[edit]

The album sold 80,000 copies in Spain and sold well in neighboring France too. Mi Niña Lola won many awards (including best produced album at the 2007 Premios de la Música, the Spanish Grammys) and international acclaim. Buika toured widely as a result.[3] The album reached No. 11 on the Spanish albums chart.[4][5][6]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Mi Niña Lola" 4:29
2. "Ojos Verdes" 5:27
3. "Te Camelo" 3:54
4. "Ay De Mi Primavera" 4:26
5. "A Mi Manera" 5:27
6. "Nostalgias" 4:09
7. "Triunfo" 3:08
8. "Bulería Alegre" 3:38
9. "Love" 2:35
10. "Loca" 3:36
11. "Jodida Pero Contenta" 5:44
Total length: 46:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Acoustic Guitar [Flamenco Guitar] – Niño Josele
  • Backing Vocals, Handclaps [Palmas] – Barriga Blanca, El General
  • Bass – Alain Pérez (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11)
  • Drums – Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez
  • Executive Producer – Azules Y Moraos
  • Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Buika
  • Mastered By – Alan Silverman
  • Mixed By – Pepe Loeches
  • Percussion, Backing Vocals, Handclaps [Palmas] – Ramón Porrina
  • Piano – José Reinoso (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 8, 10, 11)
  • Producer – Javier Limón
  • Recorded By – Salomé Limon
  • Strings – Manuel Martínez (2), Pere Bardagí
  • Trumpet – Jerry González
  • Vocals [Voz Flamenca Invitada] – Montse Cortés

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jeffries, David. Mi Niña Lola at AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-07-24.
  2. ^ "Buika — Mi Niña Lola". discogs.com. Retrieved 2014-07-24. 
  3. ^ Cornwell, Jane (14 March 2008). "'I sing the truth'". theguardian.com. Retrieved 2014-07-24. 
  4. ^ "Concha Buika - Biography". answers.com. Retrieved 2014-07-24. 
  5. ^ "Concha Buika". billboard.com. Retrieved 2014-07-24. 
  6. ^ SOCOLOVKSY, JEROME (November 12, 2008). "Concha Buika's African-Inspired Flamenco". npr.org. Retrieved 18 March 2016. 

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