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Alma Ranchera
Alma Ranchera (Rocio Durcal Album Cover Art).jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 14, 2004
Recorded2004; La Bodega, Mexico, D.F. and Torres Sonido, Madrid, Spain
LabelRCA, BMG Music
ProducerMemo Gil, Carlos Cabral "Junior"
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
Alma Ranchera
Me Gustas Mucho
Singles from Alma Ranchera
  1. "Échame A Mi La Culpa"
  2. "Si Dios Me Quita La Vida"
  3. "Cucurrucucú Paloma"
  4. "Fallastes Corazón"
  5. "La Media Vuelta"

Alma Ranchera (Soul Ranchera) is the title of last studio album released by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal on September 14, 2004, by BMG and RCA.[1] Produced by Memo Gil and Carlos Cabral "Junior". The album is tribute to the Ranchera music.

The album It also features eleven cover versions to the famous ranchera songs and one previously unreleased song "Vete A Volar" that were composed by Jaime Flores, Luis Carlos Monroy and Raúl Ornelas, includes covers by singers José Alfredo Jiménez, Cuco Sánchez, José Ángel Espinoza, Rubén Fuentes, Tomás Méndez, among other artists. The album was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Ranchero Album at the 2005.

Track listing

Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Un Mundo Raro" José Alfredo Jiménez 3:40
2. "Si Dios Me Quita La Vida" Luis Demetrio Traconis 3:13
3. "Cucurrucucú Paloma" Tomás Méndez Sosa 4:30
4. "Fallaste Corazón" Cuco Sánchez 3:36
5. "Sufro Tu Ausencia" Juan Neri 3:05
6. "Fiesta En El Corazón" Alberto Cervantes, Rubén Fuentes 2:17
7. "Amanecí En Tus Brazos" José Alfredo Jiménez 3:44
8. "Échame A Mí La Culpa" José Ángel Espinoza "Ferrusquilla" 2:51
9. "La Media Vuelta" Jiménez 2:44
10. "Esta Tristeza Mía" Antonio Valdez Herrera 2:52
11. "Te Parto El Alma" Cuco Sánchez 3:16
12. "Vete A Volar" Jaime Flores, Luis Carlos Monroy, Raúl Ornelas 3:23


Year Title Category Result
2005 Alma Ranchera Best Ranchero Album Nominated

Credits and personnel


  • Rocío Dúrcal – (Vocals)
  • Group "Esto es México" – (Chorus of mariachi)
  • Claudia Angelica and Sorrel – (Vocals)
  • Ariadne Gobera – (Vocals)
  • Jair Alcalá – (Accordion)
  • Lupe Alfaro – (Vihuela)
  • Carlos Cabral, "Junior" – (Lead Guitar, Keyboards)
  • Dave Rivera – (Guitarrón)
  • Paco Rosas – (Acoustic guitar and Arrangements)
  • Fernando de Santiago – (Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Vihuela, Songs and Arrangements)
  • Marco Antonio Santiago – (Guitar)
  • Javier Serrano – (Trumpet and Bugle)
  • Moses Tlaxcaltécatl – (Flute)


  • Producers: Memo Gil and Carlos Cabral "Junior".
  • Arrangers: Manuel Cazares.
  • Programming, Audio Mixing and Arrangements: Memo Gil.
  • Arrangers: Rigoberto Alfaro.
  • Audio Mix: Isaiah G. Asbún.
  • Mastering: Ron Boustead.
  • Latin Percussion: Armando Montiel.
  • Musical Director: Antonio Morales.
  • Session string: Enrique Ramos.
  • Programming and Arrangements: Pancho Ruiz.
  • Percussion Symphony: Francisco Sanchez.
  • Copies of scores: Oscar Wilde.
  • Recorded at: La Bodega, Mexico, D.F. and Torres Sound, Madrid, Spain.
  • Label: RCA, BMG Music.
  • Manufactured and Distributed by: BMG Music, RCA Records.


  1. ^ "Rocio Durcal – Alma Ranchera CD". Retrieved July 9, 2015.
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