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Caricias
Caricias (Rocio Durcal Album Cover).jpg
Studio album by
Released4 April 2000
Recorded2000
StudioMiami, Florida
  • Air Lyndhurst Hall
  • Hampstead L
  • Southpoint Productions
  • The Hit Factory
GenreBalada, Bolero, Ranchera
Length36:24
LabelBMG Music Ariola
ProducerBebu Silvetti
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
Para Toda La Vida
(1999)
Caricias
(2000)
Entre Tangos Y Mariachi
(2001)
Singles from Caricias
  1. "Infiel"
  2. "Caricias"
  3. "Porque Te Quiero"

Caricias (Caresses) is a studio album by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal released on 4 April 2000 by BMG and Ariola.[1] Produced by Argentinian songwriter Bebu Silvetti. In the United States, Caricias peaked at number-two on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums and number-six on Top Latin Albums. The album was certified 2× Platinum[2] (Latin field) by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album was nominated for a Lo Nuestro Awards for Pop Album of the Year at the 2001.

The album include "Infiel", the song is the main-theme of the Mexican telenovela "Mujeres Engañadas" starring Laura León and Andrés García, produced by Emilio Larrosa and Televisa. broadcast on Univision on the year 2000.

Track listing

Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Caricias" Sylvia Riera Ibáñez 3:37
2. "Quiéreme Un Poquito" Víctor Yunés Castillo, Adán Pérez 3:18
3. "Infiel" Castillo 3:29
4. "Porque Te Quiero" Billy Davis 4:02
5. "Necesito" Armando Larrinaga 3:42
6. "Amor Bonito" Castillo 3:17
7. "Quién Sabe" Ibáñez 4:49
8. "Ni Siquiera Una Mirada" Jorsaci 3:12
9. "Esperaba Demasiado" Ibáñez 3:37
10. "Que Más Quieres De Mí" Gil Rivera 3:28

Personnel

Musicians

  • Rocio Durcal – Vocals
  • Victor Hugo M. Dominguez and Jesus Sanchez – Drums
  • Jose Guadalupe Alfaro and Juan Carlos Navarro G. – Guitar
  • Manny Lopez – Electric guitar, Mandolin
  • Miguel Darío González P – Bass guitar
  • Lea Kibler – Flute
  • Levi Mora Arriaga – Trumpet
  • Victor Hugo Dominguez, Jesus Sanchez – Drums
  • José Carlos Giron Flores – Vihuela
  • Jesus Sanchez Puebla – Bass guitar

Production

  • Producer: Bebu Silvetti
  • Engineers: Alfredo Matheus, Steve Orchard, Roberto Collío (México Session) y Carlos Paucar
  • Assistant engineers: Chris Carroll
  • Coordinator: Andy Brown
  • Recorded in studies: Sony Music México, Air Lyndhurst Hall, Hampstead L, Southpoint Productions, Miami, FL and The Hit Factory, Miami FL
  • Label: BMG Music, Ariola International (CD), RCA (Cassette)
  • Manufactured and Distributed by: BMG Music, Ariola International and RCA International

Awards

Year Title Category Result
2001 Caricias Pop Album of the Year Nominated

Charts

Billboard Singles[3]
Year Single Chart Peak
Position
2000 "Infiel" Hot Latin Tracks 3
Latin Pop Airplay 5
Latin Regional Mexican Airplay 31
Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 27
"Porque Te Quiero" Hot Latin Tracks 26
Latin Pop Airplay 19
Billboard Albums Caricias[3]
Year Country Chart Peak
Position
2000 United States Billboard Latin Pop Albums 2
Billboard Top Latin Albums 6
Billboard Heatseekers 50

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Mexico (AMPROFON)[4] Gold 75,000^
United States (RIAA)[5] 2× Platinum (Latin) 200,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

References

  1. ^ "Caricias – Rocío Dúrcal | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. 4 April 2000. Retrieved 9 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Gold & Platinum Searchable Database – July 09, 2015". RIAA. Archived from the original on 24 September 2015. Retrieved 9 July 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Caricias – Rocío Dúrcal | Awards". AllMusic. 4 April 2000. Retrieved 9 July 2015.
  4. ^ "Certificaciones" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas. Type Rocio Durcal in the box under the ARTISTA column heading and Caricias in the box under TÍTULO
  5. ^ "American album   certifications – Rocio Durcal – Caricias". Recording Industry Association of America.
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