Spain: Pastora Soler to release a compilation album

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The Spanish singer has walked along a 20-year music career. This appears to sound to her as the time for a look back on her greatest hits since we hear that she plans to launch a compilation album, as informs.

Pastora Soler published her 11th record, one which celebrated her 20 years as a singer. But it will not be the only celebration. The site published that Pastora is working on a compilation album, one which shall capture her best tracks since she started her music career in 1994.

The compilation will include a new song and a duet with the Spanish candidate to the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest David Bisbal.

In these 20 years Pastora has touched many music styles and she has released hits such as Damelo ya and Corazón congelado. She represented Spain in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. Among her collaborations, the singer can count the songs performed together with stars like Alejandro Sanz, Miguel Poveda (who features in Ruth Lorenzo’s first album), David Bustamante and Raphael.

2014 is Pastora’s 20th music anniversary. Her compilation album shall be the birthday card to twenty years of wonderful songs behind her, but hopefully also the promise of many more years of music ahead of her.

Pastora Soler represented Spain in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest with Quédate conmigo.

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