Yolandita Monge - En Vivo mp3 album
Vivencias is the sixteenth (16th) studio album by Puerto Rican singer Yolandita Monge. It was released in 1988 and includes the massive hits "Este Amor Que Hay que Callar", "Borinqueña, Débil", "Quítame A Ese Hombre Del Corazón", "Por Tí (Call Me)", "Acaríciame", and "Cuando Termina Un Amor". Nearly all the tracks in this album were huge radio hits that the singer still performs in her live shows. This album earned the first Platinum status for a female Puerto Rican singer.
Yolandita Monge (born September 16, 1955) is an international singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality from Puerto Rico. She has been active in the music business since her teen years and has recorded twenty-seven (27) studio albums and two (2) live albums, as well as several greatest hits compilations and special appearance recordings
Yolandita En Vivo (Spanish: Yolandita Live) is the second live album by Puerto Rican singer Yolandita Monge. It was recorded at Centro de Bellas Artes, Puerto Rico on September 17–19, 1999, but released in 2000. This partial concert album contains several medleys of her early hits, a cover of Glenn Monroig's "Me Dijeron"' and a duet with her daughter Paola González on the song "Sobreviviré". The album earned Gold status and is currently out of print in all media formats.
In 1974, Yolandita Monge settled temporarily in Mexico releasing Parece Fantasia and Con Todo Mi Amor after signing up to Teca Records. In 1982, the artist moved to Sony Music. A year later, Monge came in first place at a Colombian festival with her song "S. Later, her records Luz de Luna and Laberinto de Amor achieved gold and platinum status; the latter garnered her first Grammy nomination. In 1986, Yolandita Monge played a leading role in a popular soap opera called Escándalo, followed by La Mentira.
Yolandita En Vivo is the second (2nd) live album by Puerto Rican singer Yolandita Monge. It was recorded live at Centro de Bellas Artes, Puerto Rico on September 17–19, 1999, but released in 2000. This partial concert album contains several medleys of her early hits, a cover of Glenn Monroig's gay anthem "Me Dijeron"' and a duet with her daughter Paola González on the song "Sobreviviré". This release was her last album of her recording contract under BMG . Released in Cassette Format on 2000 (74321-74989-4). Re-released digitally by ARDC Music Division in April 2018. Re-released digitally by YM Music on August 10, 2018 as "Trayectoria (En Vivo)".
|1||Mala Sangre (No Podrán Comigo)|
|Medley Del Ayer|
|3.5||Vete De Aquí|
|3.6||Dime Por Qué|
|3.7||Cierra Los Ojos|
|3.9||Perdóname Otra Vez|
|6||Como La Lluvia De Los Celos|
|7.2||Este Amor Que Hay De Callar|
|7.4||Quitame Ese Hombre Del Corazón|
|9||Me Sorprendio La Luna|
|Medley Los Amores|
|10.1||El Poder Del Amor|
|10.3||Cuando Termina Un Amor|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Discos Hecho A Mano
- Copyright (c) – Discos Hecho A Mano
- Distributed By – BMG Distribution
- Manufactured By – BMG Distribution
- Record Company – BMG Entertainment
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 743217498924