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Azucar Moreno - Canela album flac Performer: Azucar Moreno
Title: Canela
Style: Flamenco
Released: 1984
Country: Spain
MP3 album: 1902 mb
FLAC album: 1499 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: MPC AAC AU MP1 MP3 WMA AUD
Genre: Electronic / Latin

Azúcar Moreno is a Spanish music duo consisted of sisters Antonia "Toñi" and Encarnación "Encarna" Salazar. The duo has sold more than 3 million albums and singles since 1984 domestically, and became famous in Europe, the United States and Latin America in the 1990s, with approximately 12 million albums sold worldwide. Consisting of sisters Antonia "Toñi" (14 March 1963) and Encarnación "Encarna" Salazar (10 January 1961), the singing duo comes from Badajoz

Mambo is the fifth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on CBS-Epic in 1991. The duo's two previous studio albums Carne De Melocotón and Bandido had resulted in the release of two remix albums, Mix in Spain and The Sugar Mix Album. Mambo was their first studio album on which the influences from contemporary dance music genres like house music, R&B and hip hop were fully integrated in the original production; the track "Feria" even saw the sisters making their debut as rappers.

Bandido (Azúcar Moreno album). Bandido is the fourth studio album by Spanish duo Azúcar Moreno, released on CBS-Epic in 1990. The album became the Salazár sisters' international breakthrough. The title track "Bandido" was chosen to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, held in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

The album saw Azúcar Moreno making their first collaborations with some of the top names in the world of Latin music in the United States, such as former Miami Sound Machine member Emilio Estefan J. composer and producer Estéfano, Kike Santander and Juan R. Marquez, the team behind numerous hits for world-renowned artists such as Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan, Jon Secada, Shakira. As opposed to Azúcar Moreno's previous albums Bandido and Mambo, El Amor did not include any cover versions of songs from the Anglosaxon world of rock and pop but it did see the Salazár sisters interpreting material by some of the Spanish and Latin American music scene's most acknowledged songwriters and artists.

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Azúcar Moreno, the Spanish brown sugar, is the famous duo who have sold more than 2 millon albums. The duo are always remembered for the sound problems at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1990. They didn’t win the contest, but their song achieved popularity worldwide. Azùcar Moreno, meaning brown sugar in Spanish, was founded by two sisters; Antonia and Encarna, from the large Salaza family whose members are also musicians. In 1988, they signed with CBS-Epic and relaunched their music with a bolder production style and matching sexier image, and released the album Carne De Melocotón. They generally preffered to sing latin pop, traditional music, ballads and flamengo at that years. In 1990, the duo joined the Eurovision Song Contest, which was held in Zagreb, Croatia (while it was still part of Yugoslavia).

Azúcar Moreno had their commercial breakthrough in Continental Europe and Latin America after singing their song "Bandido", written and produced by prolific Spanish dance producer Raul Orellana, at the Eurovision Song Contest 1990. Unfortunately, the start of their performance was marred by sound problems at the arena in Zagreb. 1984 "Azúcar Moreno", "Luna Coqueta". 1984 "Que Si, Que No", "No Quiero Que Me Quieras". 1984 "Canela", "El Girasol". 1986 "Estimúlame", "Ámame". 1988 "Aunque Me Falte El Aire", "Limón Amargo".

Azucar Moreno, Album. Con la Miel en los Labios. 2 Luna Coqueta Azucar Moreno 3:43. 3 Mas Al Sur Azucar Moreno 3:29. 4 Porque Te Quiero Azucar Moreno 3:0. 6 Azucar Moreno Azucar Moreno 3:49. 7 Rumba en el Barrio Azucar Moreno 3:15. 9 No Quiero Que Me Quieras Azucar Moreno 3:20. 10 Baila Moreno Azucar Moreno 3:16.

Canela azucar moreno. In 2005, EMI released another compilation under the title Grandes . Colleción Grandes . Azúcar Moreno, Vive A Tu Manera Y Otros Exitos, which again included ten tracks from these two early albums. Side A. "Canela" (J. De Juan, M. Aguilar, Josemi) - 3:26. Luna Coqueta" (J. R. Garcia Florez, A. Marcos) - 3:46. Más Al Sur" (Fernando Marquez) - 3:29.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Canela
Written-By – J. de Juan*, Josemi*, M. Aguilar*
B El Girasol (Dime Si Me Quieres)
Written-By – A. Marcos*, J. R. García-Flores*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – EMI-Odeon, S.A.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI-Odeon, S.A.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI-Odeon, S.A.
  • Pressed By – Iberofon, S.A.
  • Printed By – Indugraf Madrid, S.A.
  • Published By – EGO Musical S.A.


  • Arranged By – Jose Miguel Estébanez
  • Photography By – Serapio Carreño
  • Producer – Julio Palacios



Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Depósito Legal: B.12980-85
  • Rights Society (Boxed): S.G.A.E.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
006-1220407 Azucar Moreno Canela ‎(7", Promo) EMI 006-1220407 Spain 1984