Argentinean singer/songwriter Marcela Morelo used to sing alongside her grandfather, an accordionist. She soon learned how to play classic guitar, making her first composition at the age of 18. After participating in bands such as Pomelo Galante and Gris, recording jingles, and performing live at Buenos Aires' club circuit, Marcela Morelo signed up to BMG in 1996. There, she recorded her debut album Manantial, produced by Rodolfo Lugo, which featured the hit singles "Corazón Salvaje" and "La Fuerza Del Engaño." Playing a mixture of pop, tropical, and Argentinean folk, the talented musician returned in 1999 with Eclipse.
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