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Amor, recorded in the late 80’s and released in 1990. Amor is a vocal Latin Pop project. (Currently out of print)
Vuelveme A Querer, also recorded in the late 80’s and released in 1992, is a vocal Latin Pop project. (Currently out of print)
Night Groove, recorded in the late 80’s and early 90’s and released in 1993, was a Daniel’s first instrumental Latin Jazz project. Night Groove featured Bobby Trujillo on percussion, Mike Rodriguez on drums and Michael Urban on sax.
Airborne, recorded in 1995, is a Latin Jazz instrumental collection, released in 1996. Airborne featured Dwight Beaumont of “Flash Cadillac”, on sax.
Lo Sabes is a Pop Latin vocal CD released in 1996, with pop, rock, salsa and jazz influences. Special guest musicians included former Santana, Malo, Patty Labelle and Janis Joplin keyboardist, Richard Kermode, and Jock Bartley of Firefall. Music Videos were produced for two cuts, “Lo Sabes” and “Caliente”. Deaguero’s “Lo Sabes” album received the Critic’s Choice Award from Billboard Magazine. Chosen as the “Critic’s Choice” in the August 10 1996 Reviews & Previews section, John Lannert writes… “A passionate guitarist with an appealing feather-soft baritone, Deaguero purveys a smart brand of jazz-tinged Latino pop suitable for progressive Spanish pop stations as well as open-minded US AC outlets. Leisurely paced title track – Lo Sabes – is a pleasant, straight-up, pop ballad duet with Ashleigh Metcalf Jordan – might even pique interest at regional Mexican radio.” The “Caliente” track was awarded “Best Tropical/Salsa Song of the Year” and "Instrumental Song of the Year" by the New Mexico Hispanic Music association.
Te Lo Prometo, released in 1999, is a bilingual vocal collection of English and Spanish New Mexico-style Rancheras. Te Lo Prometo also included two contemporary country tracks. Pete Dominguez is featured on vocals and accordion. Te Lo Prometo has enjoyed airplay on both Regional Mexican and Country radio for several years.
Colorado Sunset, recorded early in the new millinium and released in 2005, is a blend of Smooth Jazz and Latin Jazz instrumentals.
Can You Feel It? , recorded in 2009 and released in 2010, is a Smooth Jazz collection featuring Tony “Taz” Sandoval on sax. Upon release in 2010, “Can You Feel It?” charted as “Most Added” on SmoothJazz.com. In April 2010, WITD radio reported “Can You Feel It?” was #7 on their Top 25 chart. In May 2010, Billboard Magazine reported Daniel’s “Smooth Groove” track was the #2 most added track on Satellite radio. June 2013, the “Fused” track from the “Can You Feel It” CD was #5 on the top 40 chart in the Canary Islands.
Infusion, released in 2013, Infusion is an 11 track instrumental collection “infused” an eclectic mix of Jazz genres including Contemporary Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Latin Jazz and a couple of Rock/Jazz Fusion tunes. Pre-release reviews indicate wide-spread interest in the US and Europe.