Romance is the eighth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was released by WEA Latina on 19 November 1991. Although the production was originally intended as another collaboration with Juan Carlos Calderón, that plan was scrapped when Calderón was unable to compose songs for the album.
Romances is the twelfth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel, released on 12 August 1997, by WEA Latina. It is the third album of the Romance series, in which Miguel covers Latin songs from 1940 to 1978. Aside from Miguel, the production also involved arranger Bebu Silvetti, and Armando Manzanero, who directed all of Miguel's Romance albums. Romances consists of twelve cover versions and two new compositions by Manzanero and Silvetti.
Luis Miguel is the self-titled nineteenth studio album released worldwide by Mexican pop singer Luis Miguel on September 14, 2010. This album celebrates the singer's 30 years in music. This is the first studio album of the artist since Cómplices, and the first time that Luis Miguel releases two studio albums in a row since 1990. There were rumours of the possible title of this album since March, but neither the name or the new album were confirmed by the artist of by Warner Music
Luis Miguel – Segundo Romance. Label: WEA Latina – W2 97234. 10. Yo Sé Que Volverás. Lyrics By – Luis Pérez SabidoMusic By – Armando Manzanero.
Romance features the usual smooth, well-crafted pop ear candy from Luis Miguel, earnestly sung over strings and polite Latin rhythms. This may be a concept CD: each tune title is preceded by a year, which one assumes refers to its year of composition or original release.
Released November 19, 1991. 1. No me platiques más Lyrics. 2. Inolvidable Lyrics.
Romance is a bolero album released by singer Luis Miguel in 1991. The album was a massive success across Spain, Latin America and the United States, where it has been certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Romance was nominated in 1992 for a Grammy in the category of Best Latin Pop Album, losing to Vicki Carr's Cosas del Amor.