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Alejandro Lerner

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Después De Ti Alejandro Lerner 04:12
Todo A Pulmón Alejandro Lerner 04:15
Secretos Alejandro Lerner 03:54
No Hace Falta Que Lo Digas Alejandro Lerner, Mau y Ricky 03:38
Amarte Así Alejandro Lerner 03:18
Después de Tí Alejandro Lerner 07:04
Todo a Pulmón Alejandro Lerner 05:09
El Poder De Los Sueños Alejandro Lerner 03:48
Después De Ti Alejandro Lerner, Rusherking 03:18
Amarte Así Alejandro Lerner 01:42

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Argentine singer-songwriter Alejandro Federico Lerner (June 8, 1957) rose to fame in the 1980s with his silky-smooth blend of romantic ballads and adult-oriented rock. Born in Buenos Aires into a family of Ashkenazi Jewish descent, he began his career as a professional musician working with Raúl Porchetto, Gustavo Santaolalla, and León Gieco before forming the band La Magia in 1981. After releasing just one album, the group broke up and Alejandro Lerner issued his first solo LP Todo a Pulmón in 1983. Propelled by the popularity of its title track, the album was a smashing success in Argentina and catapulted him to stardom. For the rest of the decade, Alejandro Lerner continued his winning streak with titles like Lernertres (1984), Concierto (1985), Algo Que Decir (1987), and Canciones (1988), his first outing for BMG. During the 1990s, albums like Amor Infinito (1993), Permiso de Volar (1994), and Magic Hotel (1997) established him as one of the most sought-after composers in the international pop scene as he penned hits for the likes of Luis Miguel and Céline Dion. In 1997, his song "Volver a Empezar," specially written for the TV drama RRDT, won a Martín Fierro Award for Best Original Music. It was also included in the album of the same name released later that year. Subsequently, Alejandro Lerner collaborated with Santana on the 2002 album Shaman and scored another hit with the single "Después de Tí" from his 2003 LP Buen Viaje. In 2006, he broke a three-year recording hiatus with 2006's Canciones para Gente Niña, followed by the Latin Grammy-nominated Enojado in 2007. Auténtico, his fifteenth studio effort, appeared in 2016 via Sony Music.