Juan Pablo Aguilar
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Juan Pablo Aguilar = "Inpiración"

1. Rumores de Ti
2. Fuertes Deseos
3. Esperando El Juez
4. Straight From the Heart
5. Entrometido
6. Dies Y Ocho Años
7. Inspiración
8. Cumple Años
9. Madre Marina
10. Straight From the Heart



{January 2008} Since age ten, Juan Pablo Aguilar has been playing the button style accordion. Heavily influenced throughout the years by his brothers, Juan Pablo Aguilar learned to play other instruments which include: drums, guitar, bajo-sexto, bass guitar and piano. He has now integrated all these skills to create his first solo project entitled “Juan Pablo Aguilar” and subtitled “Inspiración”.

“Inspiración” is a collection of songs that attempts to send a message to it’s listeners. The first song, “Rumores de Ti” (tejano style), persuades the listener to love hard and not stop, even if rumors are being spread of the one you love. The second song, “Fuertes Deseos” (bolero romantico), illustrates the nervousness everyone feels when telling another you love them. The fourth song, “Straight From the Heart” is a country song which conveys the message “love can return.” Track 5, “Entrometido” (tejano style), is about a person who lost his loved one because someone got in the middle of his relationship. The sixth song, “Dies y Ocho Años” (conjunto style), warns the listener not to do wrong because you might lose the most precious things in life. The seventh song, “Inpiración” (conjunto style), tells of the simple joys with family. Track 8, “Cumple Años” (conjunto style), is a song commemorating a 15th birthday party. Track 3, “Esperando El Juez” (conjunto style), is an instrumental in polka form. Track 9, “Madre Marina” (conjunto style), is a waltz created in honor of Juan Pablo Aguilar’s mother.

Juan Pablo Aguilar’s dream is for his music to make a difference in someone’s life. All of us live and all of us die, but it’s what happens in the middle that matters most of all.