Features Song Lyrics for Ana Barbara's La Trampa album. 2. No Se Que Voy A Hacer Lyrics. 3. Olvidame, Si Puedes Lyrics. Ana Barbara Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Complete your Ana Bárbara collection. La Trampa (CD, Album). FPCD-9318, FPCD 9318. La Trampa (Cass, Album).
Video for La Trampa by Ana Bárbara. Ana Bárbara - Bandido Bandido Ana Bárbara.
Recognized for her music as well as her spellbinding sex appeal, Ana Bárbara skyrocketed to celebrity in Mexico in the mid-'90s and was quickly crowned "La Reina Grupera," for she not only dominated the grupero movement, but she was one of the driving forces behind the style's realization. Her popularity peaked in the mid- to late '90s, particularly with the albums La Trampa (1995) and Ay, Amor (1996) and hits like "No Se Que Voy a Hacer," "Me Asusta Pero Me Gusta," and "Ya No Te Creo Nada. Bárbara then experienced a resurgence of popularity in 2004-2005 with Loca de Amar, an especially successful album for which she won a Latin Grammy (Best Grupero Album). In addition to her success as a grupero figurehead, Bárbara remained a fixture of celebrity gossip because of her sometimes scandalous personal life.
Ana Bárbara (born January 10, 1971) is a Mexican Latin Grammy Award winner, songwriter, producer, and Grammy-nominated recording artist.
Album by Ana Barbara. Me Asustas, Pero Me Gusta.
|2||Olvídame Si Puedes||3:50|
|3||Me Asusta, Pero Me Gusta||2:44|
|4||Sueños De María||3:35|
|5||Amor De Luna||3:00|
|6||¿Recuerdas, Mi Amor?||3:29|
|7||No Sé Qué Voy A Hacer||3:32|
|8||Salte De Mí||3:47|
|KUP 1512||Ana Bárbara||La Trampa (Cass, Album)||Musivisa||KUP 1512||Mexico||1995|