Jon Secada

Jon Secada

by Jon Secada



Secada has a beautifully versatile voice, which would mean nothing if his material didn't equal his talents. Fortunately, this collection of smooth adult contemporary R&B does serve his talents well, making Jon Secada a satisfying and promising debut.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/05/1992
Label: Capitol
UPC: 0077779884520
catalogNumber: 98845

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jon Secada   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
Gloria Estefan   Background Vocals
Rene Toledo   Guitar
Ed Calle   Flute
Jorge Casas   Bass,Fretless Bass Guitar
Mike Couzzi   Background Vocals
John DeFaria   Guitar
Emilio Estefan   Accordion
Anita Faye Green   Background Vocals
Charlette Chad McKinnon   Background Vocals
Clay Ostwald   Clavichord,Keyboards,Clavinet
Rafael Padilla   Percussion,Shakuhachi,Tambourine,Shaker
Rita Quintero   Background Vocals
Scott Shapiro   Guitar
Rouge Cougu   Shakuhachi,Shaker
Anita Green   Background Vocals,Track Performer
Charlotte McKinnon   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Jorge Casas   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Contributor
Mike Couzzi   Engineer
Charles Dye   Engineer
Emilio Estefan   Producer
Patrice Wilkinson Levinsohn   Engineer
Tom McWilliams   Arranger,Programming,Contributor,drum programming
Clay Ostwald   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Engineer
John Patterson   Engineer
Scott Shapiro   Arranger,Programming
Rafael Falcon   Programming,drum programming
Freddy Piñero   Engineer
Ron Taylor   Engineer
Henry Marquez   Art Direction
Alberto Tolot   Cover Photo
Willy Pérez Feria   Composer
Miguel Morejon   Arranger,Composer,Programming
Eric Schilling   Engineer

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Jon Secada 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw Jon Secada as Gloria Estefan's backup singer in Germany in 1991. This was one year before his debut album. WOW! This man has an outstanding and highly impressive tenor voice. His amazing stage presence and his ability to use falsetto the way it should be heard is really an attention getter. This album is highly recommended in my books. His best to date by all means.