OLD ROCK, NEW LIFE

WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY AND CANNY MARKETING, DEAD PERFORMERS CAN KEEP ON TURNING OUT HITS

WHEN A.B. QUINTANILLA talks about his sister Selena, the Tex-Mex music star murdered last March, allegedly by the former president of her fan club, his voice breaks with emotion. "I produced all of Selena's Latin stuff, all her successful stuff, and I'll never run into a vocalist like her ever again, or have a sister like her," he says. "That's what gives me an empty feeling--losing her first as a sister and then as a vocalist."

But we haven't lost her as a vocalist. On July 18, EMI Records will release Dreaming of You, a half English, half Spanish pop album...

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