INTERNATIONAL SUPERSTAR JULIO IGLESIAS REVISITS HIS BEST-LOVED HITS, INCLUDING SONGS IN ENGLISH, SPANISH, ITALIAN, FRENCH AND PORTUGUESE FOR THE NEW 1 - GREATEST HITS COLLECTION
DOUBLE-CD SET INCLUDES THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW EVER OF THE 45-YEAR CAREER OF THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING LATIN ARTIST; INCLUDES DUETS PERFORMED WITH WILLIE NELSON, STING, DIANA ROSS, FRANK SINATRA, DOLLY PARTON, STEVIE WONDER, ART GARFUNKEL, AND MORE
NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The phenomenal 45-year career of international megastar Julio Iglesias, one of the world's ten best-selling recording artists with global sales in excess of 300 million units, is the focus of an inspired new collection of his signature songs entitled 1 – GREATEST HITS. The title is set for release April 9, 2013, through Columbia/ Legacy, a division of SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20060130/LEGACYLOGO ) Already certified multi-platinum in virtually every Spanish-speaking territory on earth, 1 – GREATEST HITS showcases newly-recorded versions (from 2006 and 2011) of the bulk of its tracks, representing Julio's most-loved hits from the '70s, '80s and '90s. These are the songs that have turned Julio into the world's biggest-selling Latin artist and one of the most emblematic celebrities of all time. 1 – GREATEST HITS is the first new album from Julio since Romantic Classics in 2006. The collection will be available in two separate configurations: The 2-CD version will include 37 tracks, comprising 19 tracks on CD One and 18 tracks on CD Two. The deluxe version will include the same two CDs, plus Starry Night: Live From the Greek Theatre, the DVD chronicle of Julio's historic concert at the legendary Los Angeles venue in 1990. "This album," said Julio of the project he has been working on for three years, "is mainly dedicated to all the anonymous people who have been following me for 45 years, with generosity and affection, and who have allowed me to keep singing up until today. They'll always be the great driving force of my career."