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And as is already a custom in this second season of “Luis Miguel: the series”, A longtime success of the singer becomes the protagonist of each chapter of the fiction of Netflix. It happened with “Hasta que me perdita” and then with “Suave” and today is the turn of “Ayer”, the first single from the album “Aries” released in 1993, a time when the history of the Mexican star is currently unfolding.
“Ayer” was first heard on May 17, 1993 and topped the Billboard Latino chart in the United States that year for three weeks. Perhaps some do not know, but this song was not composed especially for Luis Miguel but is a version in Spanish of the instrumental song “All That My Heart Can Hold”, by the Canadian musician and composer David Foster, from 1986.
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This new version was written, written and adapted by Rudy Pérez, who was also in charge of the songs: “I refuse to be alone”, “You and I” and “Green light” from Aries.
It should be noted that this song had three video clips at the time. One directed by Benny Corral, another by Rubén Galindo and the last by Gustavo Garzón.
WHAT IS SHOWN IN THE SERIES
In this fourth episode, Patricio Robles is not satisfied with the result of the video for “Ayer” and suggests that Luis Miguel record a new version produced by him. “Sorry, but the video seems from another era,” exclaims the controversial publicist, generating insecurity in the singer.
This new version proposed by Robles is based on the video that Gustavo Garzón directed at that time.
“And in the fog, we see a white horse that represents the personality of Luis Miguel”Patricio is heard saying as he tells the singer the new idea for the video.
Then we see how Micky leaves the recording studio leaving the video unfinished, because he wants to spend more time with his daughter Michelle.
THE VERSION OF DIEGO BONETA
On April 28, Diego Boneta announced that the version recorded by him, especially for the series, is now available on Spotify.
“Friends, how are you? I’m at the airport as you can see and I’m excited because today one of my favorite songs from the series comes out, ‘Ayer’, which is a song, which will be seen in the next chapter, which was incredible , all that moment and I think it was the hardest song to sing of all the songs I’ve ever sung, because vocally it has a ridiculous range and Kiko did a phenomenal job with the San Diego Symphony, so don’t say more and listen “Said the actor and singer.
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