Mis Favoritas

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Mis Favoritas is a Latin music compilation album series by Sony Music initiated in 2010 and issued in the US and in Colombia.[1][2] Some of the albums in the series charted on the main Latin album charts, for example the Mis Favoritas compilation for Gilberto Santa Rosa became the artist's 25th charting album.[3]

Other artists included: Rocio Jurado, Rocio Durcal, Elvis Crespo, Cuco Sanchez, Jose Feliciano, Jose Luis Perales, Juan Gabriel, Jose Jose, Sergio Vargas, Grupo Niche, Alexandre Pires, Javier Solis, Sergio Vega, El Tigrillo Palma, Banda Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga, Los Cuates de Sinaloa,[4] Orquesta de la Luz, Vico C, Toby Love, Frankie J, Sin Bandera, Yolandita Monge, Diego Torres, Ednita Nazario, Raphael, Melina Leon, Gisselle, Rey Ruiz, Marisela, Milly Quezada, Jose Alfredo Jimenez, D.L.G., Banda Arkángel R-15, Julio Preciado, Los Caminantes, Alejandra Guzmán, Jerry Rivera, Willie Colon, Victor Manuelle, Ana Gabriel, Emmanuel, Ramon Ayala, Los Marineros Del Norte, Sonora Santanera, Galy Galiano, Los Palominos, Banda Machos, Raul di Blasio, Joe Arroyo, El Chapo de Sinaloa, Albita, Armando Manzanero, Jose Luis Rodriguez, Menudo, Leo Dan, Willy Chirino, Los Humildes, Los Hermanos Mier, Johnny Ventura, Los Flamers, Bronco, La Mafia, Los Temerarios, Grupo Mania, Celia Cruz, Gerardo Reyes, Christian Castro, Michael Salgado, Gloria Trevi, Fey, Gloria Estefan, Luis Enrique, Ilegales, Danny Rivera, Guardianes Del Amor, Luis Miguel, and Diomedes Diaz.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs Mis Favoritas "Latin music variant of the Playlist series by Sony BMG Music Entertainment and its successor, Sony Music Entertainment. Releases in this series were issued in Columbia and the US."
  2. ^ Billboard 2010-2011 charts featuring Sony Mis Favoritas series compilations
  3. ^ Billboard - Jul 3 - Sep 25, 2010 p.46 "Gilberto Santa Rosa lands his 25th top 100 Tropical Albums , as “ Mis Favoritas ” bows at No. 10"
  4. ^ David P. Pierson Breaking Bad: Critical Essays on the Contexts, Politics, Style, and Reception of the Television Series 2013 073917925X "Los Cuates de Sinaloa ... At the end of 2009, the band published the song for the first time in the record En Vivo con la Plebada (Sony Music) and it has recently been republished in the compilation record Mis favoritas (Sony Music, 2012)."