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Entre Tangos Y Mariachi

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Entre Tangos Y Mariachi
Entre Tangos Y Mariachi (Rocio Durcal Album Cover Art).jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 15, 2001
Recorded2001; The Gallery, Miami, Florida.
GenreRanchera, Tango
LabelBMG Music Ariola Records RCA Records
ProducerBebu Silvetti
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
Entre Tangos Y Mariachi
En Concierto... Inolvidable
Singles from Entre Tangos Y Mariachi
  1. "Sombras... Nada Más"
  2. "Caminito"
  3. "A Media Luz"
  4. "Nostalgias"

Entre Tangos Y Mariachi (Between Tangos And Mariachi) is the title of a studio album released by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal on May 15, 2001, by BMG Ariola.[1] This was the second album produced by Argentinian songwriter Bebu Silvetti for the singer.

This album features ten cover versions of famous tango, mariachi and samba songs that cross the genres of the mariachi and tango musical styles. To promote this album, the Spanish singer embarked on a tour, performing concert dates in Spain. This ended 13 years of absence from her native land.

Four singles were released from Entre Tangos Y Mariachi. Its lead single ("Sombras... Nada Más") became a hit all over Latin America and in the United States, where it peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay and at number 16 on the Hot Latin Tracks.

Track listing

Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Sombras... Nada Más" Francisco Lomuto, José María Contursi 3:41
2. "El Último Café" Hector Stamponi 4:04
3. "Soñemos" Reinaldo Yiso 3:34
4. "Nostalgias" Enrique Cadícamo, Juan Carlos Cobián 4:38
5. "Nada" Horacio Sanguinetti 3:42
6. "Madreselva" (Homenaje a Libertad Lamarque) Francisco Canaro 3:26
7. "Caminito" Gabino Coria Peñaloza 3:43
8. "Vida Mía" Emilio Fresedo, Osvaldo Fresedo 4:30
9. "A Media Luz" Edgardo Donato 2:52
10. "En Esta Tarde Gris" José María Contursi, Mariano Mores 4:55


  • Billboard Singles[2]
Year Single Chart Peak Position
2001 "Sombras... Nada Más" Hot Latin Tracks 16
Latin Pop Airplay 9
Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 30
  • Billboard Albums[2]
Chart (2001) Peak Position
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums 12
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Albums 7


Region Certification Certified units/sales
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[3] Gold 50,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

Credits and personnel


  • Rocío Dúrcal – (Vocals)
  • Manny Lopez - (electric and acoustic guitars)
  • Juan Carlos Navarro, Alfredo Solis – (Mariachi and Guitars)
  • Guadalupe Alfaro – (Vihuela)
  • Miami Symphony Orchestra – (Strings)
  • Jeanne Tarrant – (Flute)
  • Robert Weiner – (Oboe)
  • Alfredo Oliva – (Accordion)
  • Levi Mora-Arriaga – (Trumpet)
  • Bebu Silvetti – (Piano and Synthesizer)
  • Julio Hernandez – (Bass)
  • Orlando Hernandez – (Drums)



  1. ^ "Entre Tangos y Mariachis – Rocío Dúrcal | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. May 15, 2001. Retrieved July 9, 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Entre Tangos y Mariachis – Rocío Dúrcal | Awards". AllMusic. May 15, 2001. Retrieved July 9, 2015.
  3. ^ Salaverrie, Fernando (September 2005). Sólo éxitos: año a año, 1959–2002 (PDF) (in Spanish) (1st ed.). Madrid: Fundación Autor/SGAE. p. 958. ISBN 84-8048-639-2. Retrieved August 27, 2019.
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