Todo Puede Inspirar

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Todo Puede Inspirar
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ReleasedSeptember 20, 2005 Flag of the United States.svg
July, 2005 Flag of Mexico.svg
Genre Latin Jazz, Latin Pop
Label EMI Music
Magos Herrera chronology
Magos Herrera
Todo Puede Inspirar
Singles from Todo Puede Inspirar
  1. "Todo Puede Inspirar"
    Released: July, 2005

"Todo Puede Inspirar" (In English: Anything Can Inspire) is the fourth studio album by the Mexican Latin Jazz singer Magos Herrera.


Background and Theme

Fourth studio album Magos Herrera with 8 of his themes emphasizing "Todo Puede Inspirar" and 3 subjects by artists such as The Beatles ("Norwegian Wood"), José Alfredo Jiménez ("Cuando Salga La Luna" in bossa nova version) and Edu Lobo (Pra dizer adeus). Includes a remix.

Track listing

  1. "Definición" (Definition)
  2. "Todo Puede Inspirar" (Anything Can Inspire)
  3. "Rosa" (Rose)
  4. "Sol De Lisboa" (Lisboa's Sun)
  5. "Azul" (Blue)
  6. "Santiago" (Santiago)
  7. "Norwegian Wood"
  8. "Serenata" (Serenade)
  9. "Blanca Pasarela" (White Gateway)
  10. "Pra Dizer Adeus"
  11. "Todo puede inspirar" (Remixed by Alvaro Ruiz)

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