Let It Loose/Anything for You is the 10th studio album by Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine, released in 1987. The album was re-released under a new title Anything for You and new cover art in Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, starting in October 1988 through early 1989.
More albums from Miami Sound Machine: Eyes Of Innocence by Miami Sound Machine. Miami Sound Machine (Spanish Version) by Miami Sound Machine. Rio by Miami Sound Machine. Anything For You by Miami Sound Machine. Let It Loose by Miami Sound Machine. Otra Vez by Miami Sound Machine. Miami Sound Machine by Miami Sound Machine. Primitive Love by Miami Sound Machine. View all albums . Imported.
Miami Sound Machine are an American band of Latin-influenced music featuring the vocals of Cuban-born recording artist Gloria Fajardo (later Gloria Estefan). The band was established in 1975 originally as Miami Latin Boys by Emilio Estefan Jr. and became very successful after joining with Gloria Fajardo (Estefan) in 1977. The band had a number of albums and a string of hit singles until 1989.
Miami Sound Machine Hot Summer Nights(Top Gun Soundtrack). Miami Sound Machine Hot Summer Nights. Miami Sound Machine Alguien Que Te Quiera (Spanglish Mix).
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Listen to music from Miami Sound Machine like Conga, Dr. Beat & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Miami Sound Machine. One of the most successful Latin crossover acts of the '80s, Miami Sound Machine was formed in 1975 as the Miami Latin Boys, by keyboardist Emile Estefan, Jr. Performing at a wedding shortly afterwards, the group was joined by guest vocalists Gloria Fajado and her cousin, Merci Navarro Murciano.
The band Miami Sound Machine was created in Florida, USA in 1973. Initially, it was a trio, which was called Miami Latin Boys. The trio consisted of Emilio, Juan Avila, and Enrique Garcia. All of them were born in Cuba, then moved to the USA with their families, and grew up in Miami. In 1974, the band performed at a friend’s wedding. They were joined on stage by the singer Gloria Farjado (born 1 September 1957 in Havana). Initially, Gloria didn’t want to perform with the band.