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  • Live and Off The Record

    Shakira

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 2 hr 25 min

    This footage includes 90 minutes of electric performance from her sold out 2003 tour, Tour of The Mongoose. It also comprises of a one-hour documentary, an uncensored look behind the curtain of the tour. The camera captures Shakira's life, loves, family.

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  • The Evolution Tour Live In Miami

    Gloria Estefan

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 1 hr 56 min

    Latin pop superstar Gloria Estefan brings the crowd to their feet in this concert video, shot at a performance in her hometown of Miami in September 1996, featuring her band Miami Sound Machine and a troupe of Latin dancers

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  • Live from Paris

    Shakira

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 1 hr 40 min

    Filmed in the summer of 2011, at the Palais Omnis Ports De Bercy. Shakira: Live from Paris includes Shakira's biggest hits from “Inevitable” to “Hips Don't Lie”. She also pays tribute to, Frances Cabrel, by singing “Je L'aime A Mourir”. From beginning to end, it is Shakira at her best.

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  • Confidencias Reales

    Alejandro Fernández

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 1 hr 37 min

    International superstar Alejandro Fernandez is back with his new studio album, Confidencias . The album includes 11 timeless Latin American standards all recorded with Alejandro s incomparable unique style, under the production of the late legendary producer and musical prodigy Phil Ramone (Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Rod Stewart and Elton John among many others). Confidencias also features internationally renowned recording artists including Christina Aguilera on the album s lead single Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti , Rod Stewart on a bilingual (Spanish and English) version of Jimmy Cox s Nobody Knows You When You re Down and Out and Alejandro s father, legendary Mexican music superstar Vicente Fernandez, in an epic take of Julio Iglesias classic Me Olvide De Vivir.

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  • A Solas Con Chayanne

    Chayanne

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 41 min

    CHAYANNE is a name synonymous of great musical talent and entertainment. With over 30 years in the music industry, CHAYANNE has accomplished selling over 20 million albums and touring worldwide, making him one of the most important figures in Latin pop. With this new release his fans get the chance to re-live with him, his greatest hits, and experience CHAYANNE’S energizing performance.

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  • Lets Get Loud

    Jennifer Lopez

    Year: 2000

    Runtime: 1 hr 42 min

    Let’s Get Loud was taped over two sold-out nights at Roberto Clemente Stadium in Puerto Rico in September of 2001. J. Lo performs her greatest hits plus a special performance of Selena’s "I Could Fall In Love."

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  • Sold out at Madison Square Garden

    Aventura

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 1 hr 57 min

    This exciting film presents the group's landmark sold-out performance at Madison Square Garden. The film commences as Anthony flies from the rafters into the arena, driving thousands of ecstatic fans wild in the true Aventura style.

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  • Sin Mapa

    Calle 13

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 1 hr 30 min

    In the tradition of their irreverent music and innovative videos, Calle 13's original documentary follows the Puerto Rican hip-hop and alternative-reggaeton duo's spiritual journey through the high plains of Bolivia and Peru.

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  • Homecoming Concert

    Gloria Estefan And Miami Sound Machine

    Year: 1998

    Runtime: 1 hr 18 min

    Filmed upon their return to Miami after their 16-month world tour. Includes "Dr. Beat," "Words Get in the Way," "Anything for You," "Rhythm Is Gonna Get You," "Can't Stay Away From You," and many more.

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  • Una Noche De Luna

    Marco Antonio Solís

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 4 min

    Legendary songwriter, multi-generational music icon, sought-after producer and renowned Mexican singer Marco Antonio Solís presents an unprecedented, palpable and intimate journey through his own musical memories with the production “Una noche de luna”. With more than 25 million albums sold over 30 years of countless hits, multiple awards and honors, the singer is not only recognised for his professional prowess and ability to generate lyrics that resonate with people across borders and generations, but also for his disarming humility and heartfelt humanity. One of the most prolific singer/songwriters in Latin America with over 300 titles penned, he is the recipient of multiple Latin Grammy, Billboard Latin, ASCAP and Premio Lo Nuestro awards, and was named Latin Artist of the Decade in 2010 by Billboard Magazine. He is also among a handful of artists who remains faithful to his own genre and musical style, an example of lyrical quality, fun and creativity, with catchy tunes that evoke romance, playfulness and passion. The singer, whose unstoppable trajectory includes a best-selling US tour in 2012 co-headlining with Marc Anthony and Chayanne, was honored with a star in the Hollywood walk of Fame in 2010, cementing his name as one of the best representatives of Latin music in the world today. Success continues for Marco Antonio Solis, who now offers “Una noche de luna”, a live recording of some of the international idol’s classic hits including “Mi Eterno Amor Secreto”, “Tú Me Vuelves Loco”, “Más Que Tu Amigo” and more, performed over seven consecutive nights in front of over 50,000 fans at the historical Luna park Stadium in Buenos Aires, which was part of the ‘En Total Plenitud’ tour across 15 cities in Argentina with more than 250,000 fans altogether. An unforgettable musical experience produced by Javier Sepulveda, directed by Hector H Kron, and now presented by Fonovisa Records for all to enjoy worldwide.

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  • Wonderland Live: Zona Preferente

    EME-15

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 1 hr 27 min

    EME-15 were Mexico’s Monkees, as in the ‘60s sitcom based on a Beatles-like band. Six actors formed a Latin Pop band for the Latin America show, Miss XV, in 2012. This is their first live album from a concert in Mexico City’s Auditorio Nacional in 2013.

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  • Primera Fila

    Franco De Vita

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 57 min

    To be a successful artist in the music world means more than recording numerous albums, filling up stadiums and conquering radio. What it really means is to make art, to touch the hearts of millions of people, and to create music that transcends time. Precisely what Franco de Vita has achieved in his almost three-decade career. His hallmark is that of the poet who weaves songs with the filaments of his imagination and his talent for words. That’s how to best describe this singer and songwriter, born in Venezuela of Italian parents, and who has made Spain his home for many years. His position is secured both with the public that has known him from his early days as a rocker and who has seen him flourish in many other facets, as well as with the singers for whom he has written hits, from Ricky Martin to Chayanne. The truth is, simply, that Franco does not rest on his laurels. And that’s why this year, the singer/songwriter who has captivated generations with songs such as No Basta, Cálido y frío, Fuera de este mundo, Louis, and Ay Dios, is back with a musical production recorded entirely live at the Comtel studios in North Miami on January 20. Franco de Vita en Primera Fila is the pinnacle of a career. “I have been dreaming about this for many years and, well, finally, we’ve made the album,” says an enthusiastic Franco. “The idea behind this project comes after having presented three shows at the Centro de Bellas Artes of Puerto Rico (the island is one of his most important markets) a while back. But then, in the end, what we thought of doing did not happen. So, more records came along, more songs, more hits, thank God, and now, with Sony, it finally takes place. And here we are.” Under the direction of Diego Álvarez, of Plataforma TV; the production of Vicente Solís; and the collaboration of 15 musicians, Franco unleashed his innate talent in front of some 250 people. “Since I have never shown something that I am not, in this project I cannot do anything else but to continue showing who I am,” says Franco. “For me, what really matters is the musical part. Here, we try to present those same hits but in a different way. Songs have their own personalities, thus, they themselves tell you ‘hey, I am not feeling well in this genre. Get me out of here.’ We have a few people, a few musicians. It is another way of transmitting, of projecting, a song.” “It is imperative that we include the songs that were hits. And it has been mighty difficult because, which song do you take out? How many do we put in?”, “We had to limit ourselves to 20, including new songs.” Those new songs featured are Tan sólo tú, the first single, a duet with Mexican rock star Alejandra Guzmán, and Mira más allá. Although the duet begins as a tranquil ballad, it develops into a musical explosion perfect for the voice of the queen of rock. Meanwhile, the other “is a very particular song, like a return to those first days performing with groups, gathering in a room four or five musicians to do the track. It’s a bit reminiscent of the 70s and 80s.” Other duets included are Te veo venir soledad, with Puerto Rican salsa master Gilberto Santa Rosa; No se olvida, performed with Argentine singer Soledad; Si quieres decir adiós, with a promising new talent: Costa Rican American Debi Nova; and what is perhaps the biggest surprise in the album, his new version of Si la ves, for which he reunited his original colleagues, the Sin Bandera duo (Leonel García and Noel Schajris), dissolved in 2007. “I have brought them back together,” says the artist with a laugh. “Really, there have been a lot of people involved and, to tell the truth, I am super excited. It is a very strong point in the album, a song that I have performed with many new talents.” Franco de Vita en Primera Fila highlights once more his quality as a composer and an artist in this exclusive live production.

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  • Mis 40 en Bellas Artes

    Juan Gabriel

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 2 hr 8 min

    The legendary Mexican musician and composer Juan Gabriel presents his amazing live performance Mis 40 En Bellas Artes. This production was recorded at the emblematic Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, accompanied by an impressive production comprised of Mariachi, Orchestra and choirs that emphasize the excellence in his 40 year trajectory.

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  • MTV Unplugged

    Kinky

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 50 min

    In an intimate live performance, Kinky joins forces with MTV for their first-ever 'Unplugged' album, featuring a superstar line-up of guests and new versions of their classic hits. Hosted by Diego Luna, the Unplugged album features collaborations with an international crew of stars including Carla Morrison, La Mala Rodríguez, Banda Los Recoditos, Voz de Mando and Beto Zapata (Grupo Pesado). The first single, “A Donde Van Los Muertos?” featuring Carla Morrison debuted #1 upon its release in Mexico. Kinky originally formed in the musically diverse and culturally rich scene of Monterrey, Mexico. More than 10 years ago, Kinky submitted a demo to the LAMC, where they ended up winning the conference's prestigious "LAMC Discovery Contest." The band has received multiple Latin Grammy nominations for their unique and innovative blend of electronic and alternative rock and has been established as a global touring band. Kinky's self-titled debut album received rave reviews from both international and national press. The album featured massive hit songs and much-synched classics such as "Mas" and "Soun Tha Mi Primer Amor.” Kinky’s music has been featured in numerous soundtracks (Man on Fire, Thirteen), TV shows (Gossip Girl, Dexter, Weeds, NCIS, Alias), TV commercials (Motorola, Taco Bell, Smirnoff Ice, Nissan, Honda), and video games like EA Sports' FIFA and Tiger Woods' PGA Tour. Their popular live shows have allowed the band to constantly tour around the world, performing at festivals such as Coachella, Bumbershoot, Outside Lands and many more. “Kinky’s songs ride funk and rock riffs that hark back to the dance-rock of the early 1980s, with a rough edge on keyboards and guitar — but punctuated, every so often, by accordion lines out of Mexican border music. Meanwhile its lyrics fling images of consumerism as brainwashing and distraction, and of partying toward self-destruction, none of which stopped fans from dancing.” – The New York Times

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  • The Last Concert: Live From The Astrodome

    Selena

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 54 min

    Recorded live on February 26, 1995. All tracks have been digitally remastered. Selena Quintanilla, the late queen of Tejano music, is caught here in her final performance in Houston, Texas. More a cultural than a solely musical phenomenon, Selena provided American Latinos and Latinas with a bona fide pop star, and unfortunately their first bona fide pop casualty. Here she works her magic on a medley of '70s Anglo disco classics before slipping into more familiar Tejano territory with her biggest hit, "Amor Prohibido" and a slew of crowd-pleasing classics. Her band is tight and adept (her brother plays bass); the crowd goes predictably wild at every opportunity. As a document of Selena's undeniable live appeal, LIVE THE LAST CONCERT is invaluable, and essential for all true Selena fans.

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  • La Grabación De 10 De Corazón (10 Años Con Camela)

    Camela

    Year: 2006

    Runtime: 22 min

    Camela is a Spanish musical group, creators and style precursors baptized in the 90s as techno-rumba. Its components are Dionisio Martin Lobato (singer-songwriter) and María de los Ángeles Muñoz Dueñas (singer-songwriter) and until February 2013, Miguel Angel Jimenez Cabrera (keyboards, composer), all of them are from the Madrid neighborhood of San Cristobal de LA.

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  • Kany Garcia

    Kany Garcia

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 53 min

    Puerto Rican-born pop sensation Kany Garcia headlines a live concert in the heart of Colombia. Kany (born Encarnita), is a singer-songwriter who first gained fame as a contestant on a television talent competition, Objetivo Fama, in 2004. Her strong and heartfelt repertoire includes new material as well as some of her biggest hits, including “Alguien” and “Cuano Se Va El Amor.” Kany is joined by Franco de Vita, Antonio Carmona, Jorge Celedon and Jimmy Zambrano, and Dani Martin (El Canto Del Loco). The film also contains a great deal of behind-the-scenes footage of Garcia.

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  • Ven, siéntate y me lo cuentas...

    Vanesa Martín

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 20 min

    Vanesa Martín is a Spanish singer/songwriter with a youthful pop/rock style who made her solo debut in 2006 with the album Agua and the breakout single "Aún No Te Has Ido." Hailing from Málaga, Spain, she collaborated with producer Carlos Jean on Agua. Released in association with EMI, the album spawned the lead single "El Tren de la Cordura" and the follow-up single "Aún No Te Has Ido," the latter of which proved more popular.

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  • Que Siga La Tradición

    Gloria Estefan

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 1 hr 12 min

    Que Siga la Tradicion invites you to take a journey with Gloria Estefan back to her roots where the sounds infuse the soul. It is a selection of Gloria's greatest Latin hits from the Grammy Award-winning albums Mi Tierra, Abriendo Puertas, and her new release Alma Caribeña, featuring such songs as "Oye," "Mi Tierra," and "Por un Beso." Plus bonus documentary and interview footage.

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  • The King Stays King: Sold Out At Madison Square Garden

    Romeo Santos

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 46 min

    The mystique of Romeo Santos continues to grow. The second of his two sold-out performances at the legendary Madison Square Garden, from February 24, 2012, has been lovingly documented and is now packaged on the keepsake production The King Stays King – Sold Out at Madison Square Garden. This 18-song, live, super production features spellbinding performances of his recent No. 1’s “La Diabla” and “Mi Santa” from his triple-Platinum album Fórmula Vol. 1, along with timeless hits with his former band Aventura, such as “Por Un Segundo” and “Mi Corazoncito.” Produced in 6 acts with plenty of interesting thematic elements and surprises to go along with the music, The King Stays King – Sold Out at Madison Square Garden shows Romeo Santos at the peak of his creative and seductive powers. None other than Usher joins him on stage for the hit single “Promise.” Bonus features include backstage footage of the two rehearsing together. Romeo Santos is rightfully credited with making the bachata a true phenomenon among young Latinos in the U.S. and elsewhere.

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  • Primera Fila

    Grupo Bronco

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 15 min

    Primera Fila is the third live album of the Mexican group Bronco. It was recorded at Churubusco Studios in Mexico City and it marks the return of José Guadalupe Esparza and his group with the company Sony Music, under his memorable name: Bronco.

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  • Live in Germany

    Heroes Del Silencio

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 1 hr 13 min

    2011 official Heroes Del Silencio live release "Live In Germany". For the first time ever, there is hereby a visual document of the "El Camino del Exceso" tour, which ran in 1993 by Germany. The artwork of this album was created by the renowned design studio Pedro Delgado, who created the original artwork of even "El Espiritu del Vino". Graphics, audio and video content has been created by the band members of the Heroes Del Silencio personally selected.

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  • Desde mis Raíces: Zona Preferente

    Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 4 min

    Margarita en vivo desde el Gibson Amphitheater at Universal WaterWalk.

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  • En Primera Fila

    Cristian Castro

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 1 hr 10 min

    Cristian Castro on his live and historic “Cristian Castro En Primera Fila – Día 1”, performs some of the hits that have meant the most to his fans throughout his 20 year career, while adding four new songs and being accompanied by some of the top artists in Latin music today. His mother, the iconic actress and singer Verónica Castro, joins him on a medley of her hits “Aprendí a Llorar” and “Ven”. He also duets with the transcending Latin pop group, Reik, the incredibly talented female duo Ha-Ash and singer-songwriter Leonel García, former Sin Bandera. Cristian Castro reinvents some of his chart-toppers in this amazing new production, including the energetic “Azul” and seductive ballad “Agua Nueva”

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