was a fundamental character in the production of
, with which 'El Sol' achieved great commercial success.
However, the relationship between the two musicians was broken at some point, so the question arose about whether the interpreter of 'Under the table' sent his condolences to the singer-songwriter's family.
Questioned by the media,
, Manzanero's daughter, cleared up that great unknown, "I couldn't tell you about Luis Miguel, well, they didn't have a close friendship, right?"
Their short and forceful answer implies that 'El Sol' did not get in touch with them.
The daughter of the Mexican musician said those who had called to offer their condolences, "Yes, I can say who called because we discussed it at lunchtime.
, I know they have called
, my brother, is who is closer to the media ".
According to 'People', Luis Miguel has the habit of sending large floral arrangements to funerals as a show of respect for his loved ones who die, but this time due to the pandemic and at Armando's request there was no funeral event where they could arrive flowers.
The album 'Romance' was released on November 19, 1991 under the WEA Latina record label.
The production was in charge of Luis Miguel,
and Armando Manzanero, who directed all of the interpreter's 'Romance' albums.
On that first album, 'El Sol' performed the song 'No sé tú', which was composed by the Yucatecan.
Luis Miguel and Manzanero worked together on 'Romance', 'Segundo romance' and 'Romances', the last one released in 1997, after which there was a separation between the musicians, but the reason was not clearly known.
It was until 2017 when the singer-songwriter accused 'El Sol' of being ungrateful, so he said in an interview he gave to a Mexican television station, "It is easier for an elephant to enter through the eye of a needle than for Luis Miguel do something for others ", this after making it known that the interpreter of 'Suave' canceled a tour with
Another disagreement that Armando Manzanero had with the singer was after the premiere of 'Luis Miguel, the series', in the program they point out Manzanero to tell Luis Miguel that no one would be interested in hearing him sing romantic ballads.
"And how am I going to say that your people are not going to like it, on the contrary. I never told him, 'Oh Micky for God's sake, no one is going to want to hear those songs!'. Those are pende @ $% & that they put in the series; I don't know if it's to sell more or whatever, "the Yucatan native told a show program in Mexico.
The singer-songwriter told his own version, "It was Hugo López who said, 'the boy wants to record romantic songs and I entrust the project to you.' And I started creating the project two years before it was carried out. I think from that point on. part of Luis Miguel's life is when he becomes an interpreter for everyone ".
At that time, Armando Manzanero showed that he did not hold a grudge against Luis Miguel, "How good that he is doing very well because the man is an icon of Mexican song; an icon that we Latin Americans have and that everyone is very interested in see him".
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