Tres (Fiel a la Vega album)

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Tres
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Studio album by Fiel a la Vega
Released 1999
Recorded Digitec, San Juan, PR
Genre Rock en español
Length 54:25
Label EMI Latin
Producer Fiel a la Vega
Fiel a la Vega chronology
A Quien Pueda Interesar
(1998)
Tres
(1999)
El Concierto Sinfónico
(2001)
Singles from 'Tres'
  1. "Canción en la Arena"
    Released: November, 1999
  2. "Solamente"
    Released: February, 2000
  3. "Desde el Comienzo"
    Released: July, 2000
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Tres is the third studio album released by the rock en español band Fiel a la Vega. It was released in 1999 by EMI Latin and is the first album by the band released on an international label.

The album was made in a hurry after the band spent a little too much time on the beach, where Tito Auger was inspired to write the song "Canción En La Arena".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Tito Auger and Ricky Laureano, except where noted.

  1. "Desde el Comienzo" (Jorge Arraiza, Auger, Laureano) – 6:45
  2. "Indogmatización" – 3:33
  3. "Este Camino" – 5:29
  4. "Canción en la Arena" – 6:34
  5. "Solamente" – 5:23
  6. "Elipsis de una Fuga" (Auger) – 6:53
  7. "Quisiera Ser" – 5:51
  8. "Breve Anécdota de Heroismo Folklórico de Fin del Milenio" (Auger) – 7:46
  9. "Memorias de la Plaza" – 6:06

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Luis Marín – piano, Hammond B3
  • Carlos Cruz – accordion ("Solamente")
  • Rubén Emanuelli – harmonica ("Elipsis de una Fuga")
  • Angelo Torres – string arrangement ("Desde el Comienzo")
  • Arnaldo Figueroa – violin ("Desde el Comienzo")
  • Richard Downes – violin ("Desde el Comienzo")
  • Marta Hernández – viola ("Desde el Comienzo")
  • José Daniel De Jesús – cello ("Desde el Comienzo")

Recording[edit]

  • José Vallejo – executive producer
  • Recorded at Digitec, San Juan, Puerto Rico, from September 3 to October 9, 1999, by Gerardo López.
  • Assisted by Carlos Cruz and Humberto Soto
  • Mastered at Masterdisk, New York City, by Leon Zervos.