[Ricardo Arjona album]
Vivo is the first live album, It was released on October 5, 1999 by Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona. ==Track listing== ==Sales and certifications== ...
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[Vico C album]
Vivo is a live album album released by Puerto Rican singer Vico C. ==Track listing== ...
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Vivo is the fourth album released by Mexican rock band, Coda. It was released in 2006 after the band regrouped with an almost new line-up. ==Track listing== ==Personnel== ...
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vivo In a lively and energetic manner; used as a musical direction.
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(lively) Wine which is brilliant in appearance.
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[Luis Miguel album]
Vivo is the second live album recorded by singer Luis Miguel. It was released on 3 October 2000. This concert was recorded on April 17, 2000 in Monterrey, Mexico during the last presentation of Luis Miguel`s Amarte Es Un Placer Tour in Mexico. For this recording the artist received a Latin Grammy nomination on 2001 for B
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Vivo was a short-lived Japanese photographic cooperative. Eikoh Hosoe, Kikuji Kawada, Ikkō Narahara, Akira Satō, Akira Tanno, and Shōmei Tōmatsu — six of the participants of the celebrated 1957 exhibition Jūnin no me (10人の眼, Eyes of ten) — formed the Vivo cooperative in July 1957, naming it after the Esperanto w
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`Vivo (Ti scrivo)` (English translation: `Alive (I Write To You)`) was the Italian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed in Italian by Luca Barbarossa. The song is a ballad, in which Barbarossa apologises to the recipient of a letter he is writing for using this method of communication. This recipient appears to b
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Vivo (IPA, Portuguese for `alive`), legally known as Telefônica Brasil, is the largest telecommunications company in Brazil. It is headquartered in São Paulo. ==History== The company was originally formed as part of Telebrás, the state-owned telecom monopoly at the time. In 1998, Telebrás was demerged and privatized
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VIVO is the first of two studio albums released by Argentine electrotango band Tanghetto. It was recorded during the El Miedo a la Libertad and Más Allá del Sur tours from 2007 through 2010, in different cities in South America, North America and Europe. During the 2007 European tour, Tanghetto was interviewed and perfor
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