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September 11, 2008 | Agustin Gurza, Times Staff Writer
She might be the current sensation of the new wave of Mexican singers-songwriters, with a gifted voice, a hit debut album and a nomination as best new artist at this year's Latin Grammy Awards. But 22-year-old Ximena SariƱana has her share of insecurities. She fears people won't love her if they know all her faults, she told an affectionate audience during a concert Tuesday at the Gibson Showroom in Beverly Hills. But she proceeds to confess them in the bittersweet song "Reforma" -- she's slightly jealous, talks too much and always looks for reasons to feel sorry for herself.
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December 28, 2003 | Ernesto Lechner, Special to The Times
The opening bars of the Bajofondo Tango Club's "Perfume" sound like a traditional tango. It begins with the smoky, near-masculine growl of Adriana Varela, the foremost tango singer of the last 15 years. A lilting acoustic guitar accompanies her languid reading of the bittersweet lyrics, which are typical of the genre's darkly erotic vision. But then Varela's voice is suddenly coupled with shimmering keyboard effects.
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