Personnel: Antonio Carmona (vocals, guitar, electric bass, percussion, programming); Gustavo Santaolalla, Juanes (guitar); Anwar Abudrah, Javier Casalla (violin); David Campbell (strings); Anibal Kerpel (Hammond b-3 organ, synthesizer, programming); Abe Laboriel, Jr. (drums); Adri n Sosa (programming).
Produced by Argentinian film composer Gustavo Santaolalla, Vengo Venenoso is the first release from singer/guitarist Antonio Carmona since leaving the hugely influential Latin pop outfit Ketama. Like his former band's output, Carmona's 2006 debut fuses contemporary flamenco with jazz, hip-hop, and salsa influences, and includes collaborations with rapper Mala Rodriguez ("Ay de Ti)", Colombian singer/songwriter Juanes ("A Tu Lado"), and Spanish balladeer Alejandro Sanz ("Parc Que Tu No Llores"). ~ Jon O'Brien
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Ay de Ti - (featuring Mala Rodr¡guez)
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Para Que Tu No Llores - (featuring Alejandro Sanz)