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Hay Amores Y Amores

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hay Amores Y Amores
Hay Amores Y Amores (Rocio Durcal Album Cover).jpg
Studio album by
Released25 April 1995
Recorded1995
GenreBalada, bolero, pop
Length37:07
LabelSony BMG
ProducerRoberto Livi
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
Desaires
(1993)
Hay Amores Y Amores
(1995)
Juntos Otra Vez
(1997)
Singles from Hay Amores Y Amores
  1. "Vestida De Blanco"
  2. "Cómo Han Pasado Los Años"
  3. "Que De Mí"
  4. "Culpa De Un Palomo"
  5. "Hay Amores Y Amores"
  6. "De Que Estoy Hecha"

Hay Amores Y Amores (There Loves And Loves) is the title of a studio album released by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal on 25 April 1995 by BMG Ariola, written and produced by Argentinean songwriter Roberto Livi.[1] This album peaked at number-five on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums and number-twenty on Top Latin Albums. It was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1996 for Best Latin Pop Album.

Six singles were released from Hay Amores y Amores, all of which attained commercial success in the United States, the album's lead single "Vestida De Blanco" peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks and number 5 on Latin Pop Airplay. Follow up singles "Cómo Han Pasado Los Años" and "Que De Mí" peaked within the top twenty of the chart.

Track listing

Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cómo Han Pasado Los Años" Roberto Livi, Rafael Ferro 3:33
2. "Corazón Sufrido" Livi, Ferro 3:06
3. "Qué De Mí" Livi, Ferro 4:09
4. "Vestida De Blanco" Livi 3:21
5. "De Menos A Más" Ferro 4:22
6. "De Que Estoy Hecha" Livi, Ferro 3:38
7. "Hay Amores Y Amores" Livi 3:22
8. "Culpa De Un Palomo" Livi, Ferro 3:09
9. "Frases Hechas" Livi 4:29
10. "La Tercera Es La Vencida" Livi, Bebu Silvetti 4:22

Awards and nominations

Roberto Livi producer of the album "Hay Amores Y Amores"
Roberto Livi producer of the album "Hay Amores Y Amores"
Year Title Category Result
1996 Rocío Dúrcal Best Performer of the Year Won
Hay Amores Y Amores Best Song of the Year Won
  • Premio Aplauso (Miami)
Year Title Category Result
1996 "Cómo Han Pasado Los Años" Best Song of the Year Won
Year Title Category Result
1996 Hay Amores Y Amores Best Latin Pop Album Nominated

Charts

  • Billboard Singles
Year Single Chart Peak Position[2]
1995 "Cómo Han Pasado Los Años" Billboard Hot Latin Tracks 17
Billboard Latin Pop Airplay 4
"Vestida De Blanco" Billboard Hot Latin Tracks 3
Billboard Latin Pop Airplay 6
Billboard Latin Regional Mexican Airplay 11
1996 "Que De Mí" Billboard Latin Pop Airplay 7
  • Billboard albums
Chart (1995) Peak Position[2]
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Albums 5
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums 20

Credits and personnel

Musicians

  • Rocío Dúrcal – Vocals
  • Grant Geissman – Guitar
  • Pavel Farkas – Concertmaster
  • Teddy Mulet – Trumpet
  • Rafael Ferro – Piano, Keyboards
  • Lester Mendez – Keyboards
  • Julio Hernandez – Bass
  • Lee Levin – Drums
  • Rafael Padilla – Percussion
  • Jeanny Cruz, Rita Quintero, George Noriega, Raul Midon, Paul Hoyle, Rodolfo Castillo, Wendy Pedersen – Vocals

Production

  • Directed and Performed by: Roberto Livi
  • Arranger: Rafael Ferro
  • Engineers: Mike Couzzi, Shawn Michael, JC Ulloa, Ted Stain and Rod Taylor
  • Directed by Rafael Ferro
  • Photographer: Adolfo Pérez Butron
  • Recording Studios: Tropical Studies, Miami, Florida and Martinsound Studies, Los Angeles, CA; Tropical Studies. Miami, FL
  • Label: BMG Music,  Ariola International (CD) and (LP), RCA Records (Cassette)
  • Manufactured and Distributed by: BMG Music, Ariola International, RCA

References

  1. ^ "Hay Amores Y Amores – Rocío Dúrcal – Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards – AllMusic". AllMusic.
  2. ^ a b "Hay Amores Y Amores – Rocío Dúrcal – Awards – AllMusic". AllMusic.
This page was last edited on 13 November 2021, at 10:42
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