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World - Released January 23, 1987 | Ariola

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Latin - Released August 5, 2014 | Sony Music Latin

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Classical - Released February 28, 2011 | RCA Records Label

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World - Released December 17, 1991 | RCA Records Label

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Classical - Released July 14, 2008 | Ariola

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Latin - Released February 3, 2015 | Universal Music Mexico

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World - Released October 6, 2009 | Sony Music Latin

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Classical - Released June 10, 2014 | RCA Records Label

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World - Released January 11, 2018 | RCA Records Label

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World - Released November 21, 1986 | RCA Records Label

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World - Released January 23, 1986 | Ariola

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World - Released January 26, 1978 | Ariola

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World - Released January 13, 2015 | Universal Music Mexico

In August of 2013, Juan "El Divo de Juárez" Gabriel returned to el Palacio de Bellas Artes, one of Mexico's premier performing venues. In 1990, this was the site where he recorded his first major live retrospective with his own band, Mariachi Arriba Juarez, and the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional, as part of his 25th anniversary celebration. This concert was even larger in scope. Still riding the charts 40 years after his debut album, Gabriel returned to the venerable hall accompanied by his friend, the great Romani Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja, the International Orchestra of Arts and Choir, and his group Mariachi de Mi Tierra. Originally released as a three-disc audio and video package, Fonovisa decided to release the two audio discs individually. This second volume contains substantially fewer tracks than its predecessor -- ten to volume one's 19 -- but the quality is equally high and the performance time is almost equal given the long workouts on the roiling disc of "Vienes o Voy," "Así Fue" (a long romantic norteño duet with Pantoja), and the rock & roll closer and band introduction on "Déjame Vivir." Some of the other highlights include the killer cumbia "Cuando Quieras Déjame," which opens the set and possesses a dramatic horn arrangement. And few fans would want to live without the dramatic revisioning of "Luna," with the choir, tympani, strings, and cello all dynamically framing Gabriel's tender vocal. If you haven't purchased the triple-disc, the audio volumes are well worth your time and money. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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World - Released March 7, 1989 | RCA Records Label

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World - Released January 11, 2018 | Sony Music Latin

Though it's not difficult to compile material that will make Juan Gabriel look good, it's a challenge to put together on one album the essence of what makes him truly great. This towering giant of Latin music has been documented in the "best-of" format a time or two before. A musician of his caliber is guaranteed to be packaged and repackaged until time immemorial. Having not only recorded some of the industry's biggest hits himself, but also having written and produced for some of the industry's most important artists, Gabriel could easily stand beside English-language market pillars like Burt Bacharach and Stevie Wonder as a peer. The Norte label, in their typical fashion, has compiled some of Gabriel's most well-known material, such as the classic "Querida," "No Tengo Dinero," and "Hasta Que Te Conoci." Unlike many collections, there is very little room for filler in La Historia del Divo. For anyone even remotely acquainted with his stellar history, this will come as no surprise. As one of Mexico's most prolific artists, and one with tremendous staying power, it's a wonder that a good history of his work could fit on one disc. This is a fine addition to the collection of both dedicated fans and newcomers alike. © Evan C. Gutierrez /TiVo
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Classical - Released January 11, 1984 | Ariola

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Latin - Released December 4, 2015 | Universal Music Mexico

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World - Released June 16, 1992 | RCA Records Label

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Latin - Released August 28, 2020 | UMG Recordings, Inc.

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World - Released January 1, 2014 | Universal Music Mexico

In August of 2013, Juan "El Divo de Juárez" Gabriel, returned to el Palacio de Bellas Artes, one of Mexico's premier performing venues. In 1990, this was the site that marked the location where he recorded his first major live retrospective with his own band, Mariachi Arriba Juarez, and the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional as part of his 25 anniversary celebration. This concert was even larger in scope. Still riding the charts 40 years after his debut album, Gabriel returned to the venerable hall accompanied by his friend, the great Romani Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja, the International Orchestra of Arts and Choir, and his group Mariachi de Mi Tierra. The program contains a whopping 29 hits from throughout his career and includes "Querida," "Caray," "El Noa Noa," "Me Gustas Mucho," and "Vienes o Voy," to name but a few." [The Deluxe Edition contains two audio discs and a video disc. The latter features the concert, as well as Gabriel telling, in documentary style, how he came to record each song and what each song means to him.] © Thom Jurek /TiVo