Mexicanisimo

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Mexicanisimo
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Studio album by Yanni
Released November 11, 2010
Genre Latin
Length 39:43
Label Venemusic
Producer Yanni
Yanni chronology
The Inspiring Journey
(2010)The Inspiring Journey2010
Mexicanisimo
(2010)
Truth of Touch
(2011)Truth of Touch2011
Alternative Cover
English version
English version
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Mexicanisimo is the fifteenth studio album by Keyboardist Yanni, released on Venemusic label in 2010. The album peaked at #15 on Billboard's "Regional Mexican Albums" chart, at #2 on Billboard's "Top New Age Albums" chart and at #31 on "Billboard's "Top Latin Albums" chart in the same year.[2]

Background[edit]

It is a musical tribute to Mexico during their period of Bicentennial celebrations. Yanni has collaborated with Mexican producer Manuel Cázares, interpreting many of Mexico’s songs that embrace the beauty of their heritage. The album features performances by guest stars Lucero ("Mi Ciudad") and Pepe Aguilar ("Silverio Peréz").

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "El Cascabel" (by Lorenzo Barcelata) (Son) 3:31
2. "Granada" (by Agustín Lara) (Paso Doble) 3:52
3. "La Bikina" (by Alejandro Roth and Rubén Fuentes) (Huapango) 2:34
4. "El Son De La Negra" (by Silvestre Vargas and Rubén Fuentes) (Son) 3:06
5. "Cielito Lindo" (by Quirino Mendoza) (Ranchera) 3:08
6. "Silverio Pérez" (by Agustín Lara, participation of Pepe Aguilar) (Paso Doble) 2:36
7. "Guadalajara" (by Pepe Guízar and Paul Lynn) (Ranchera) 3:09
8. "Mi Ciudad" (by Guadalupe Trigo and Eduardo Salas, participation of Lucero) (Ranchera) 3:41
9. "María Bonita" (by Agustín Lara) (Vals) 3:05
10. "La Culebra" (by Silvestre Vargas and Rubén Fuentes) (Son) 2:54
11. "La Malagueña" (by Ernesto Lecuona) (Huapango) 4:29
12. "México Lindo y Querido" (by Jesús Monge) (Ranchera) 3:16

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