Mexico - Luna Kafé - Full Moon 5 - 03/24/97
Tierna la Noche
Sony Music Mexico (CDZ 82059/2-486047)
Upbeat, danceable, energetic and all around fun is the best way to describe Tierna La Noche,
the latest release by Sony Music's Mexican pop artist Fey.
First single Azucar Amargo continues to be a smash hit on radio stations
all over the US and abroad and has caused an international buzz about this
exciting young artist.
Muevelo, the first song on the album as well as the second single, is
currently enjoying heavy airplay at pop/rock/dance stations. Fey's voice
caresses the listener on the slower Las Lagrimas de Mi Almohoda, and the
sultry Subidon. The album has a very smooth flow to it, with upbeat
dancy tunes, such as Un Poco Loco, Te Pertenezco, Bajo El Arcoiris,
and the very catchy Bailando Sola (which has a pulsating driving dance beat
and is sure to be a club smash), being mixed in with romantic uptempo ballads
such as Desmargaritando El Corazon.
Produced by Jose Ramon Flores, (as was Fey's self titled previous release), Tierna La Noche
was recorded entirely in Italy, and the overall result is an
energetic set which is sure to spur several more hit singles. Fey's
creative producer on this album was Maury Stern, ex member of the popular
group Magneto. The album includes compositions by Mario Ablanedo, David
Boradoni, J.R. Florez, Freddy Marugan and Lerry Nutti.
Fey was the winner of the prestigious ERES award for "Revelation of the Year
1997" and has also received several gold and platinum discs in recognition of
her strong album sales in her native Mexico and around the world. With the
incredible attention Fey is receiving as a result of the success of Azucar
Amargo, and the follow up success of Muevelo, Tierna La Noche is sure to
enjoy continued success, as is Fey, Mexican's latest dance sensation.
Copyright © 1997 Allison Winkler