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Para Toda La Vida (Rocío Dúrcal album)

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Para Toda La Vida
Para Toda La Vida (Rocio Durcal Album Cover Art).jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 23, 1999
Recorded
  • Martin Sound, Los Angeles (1998)
  • Criterios Recording Studios, Miami (1998)
GenreBolero, pop
Length42:29
LabelSony BMG
ProducerRoberto Livi
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
Juntos Otra Vez
(1997)
Para Toda La Vida
(1999)
Caricias
(2000)
Singles from Para Toda La Vida
  1. "Para Toda La Vida"
  2. "Hoy Lo Vi Pasar"
  3. "Poquito Olvido, Mucho Corazón"
  4. "El Juzgado 23"
  5. "Ten Cuidado"

Para Toda La Vida (For All Life) is a studio album released by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal on February 23, 1999 by BMG Ariola.[1] This would be the second album written, and produced by Argentinian songwriter Roberto Livi for the singer.

Its lead single "Para Toda La Vida" became a hit all over Latin America and in the United States where it peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay. In this year the singer receives the award TV y Novelas (Special recognition for being the ambassador of the Song Ranchera Worldwide) and the Award Hall of Fame, presented by the American journal Billboard (Special recognition for his musical career).

Track listing

Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Para Toda La Vida" Roberto Livi 3:32
2. "Parece Mentira" Livi, Rafael Ferro 4:53
3. "Pagaré Condena" Livi, Jorge Madeira 3:53
4. "Hoy Lo Vi Pasar" Livi, Juan Marcelo 3:22
5. "No Pensar En Ti" Livi, Ferro 4:50
6. "El Juzgado 23" Livi, Miguel Ángel Robles 4:10
7. "Siempre Por Ti" Livi, Adrián Posse 3:13
8. "Poquito Olvido, Mucho Corazón" Livi, Alejandro Vezzani 3:32
9. "El Amor Que Tenía" Livi, Ferro 4:23
10. "La Farsante" Livi, Posse 3:43
11. "Ten Cuidado" Livi, Vezzani 3:09

Awards

Roberto Livi producer of the album Para Toda La Vida
Roberto Livi producer of the album Para Toda La Vida
  • TV y Novelas – Special recognition for being the ambassador of the Song Ranchera Worldwide.
  • Hall of Fame (Billboard) – Special recognition for his musical career.

Charts

  • Billboard Singles
Year Single Chart Peak position
1999 "Para Toda La Vida'" Latin Pop Airplay[2] 10
  • Billboard Albums
Chart (1999) Peak position
Top Latin Albums[2] 32

Certifications

Country Certification
United States Gold
Mexico Platinum

Credits and personnel

Musicians

Arranger, Musical Director, 
(Piano Synths, programming).
  • Lee Levin – (Drums).
  • Richard Bravo – (Percussion).
  • Los Angeles Strings – (Set).

Production

  • Direction and Production: Roberto Livi.
  • Arranger: Julian Navarro.
  • Engineers: Mike Couzzi, Ted Stein, Shawn Michael, JC Ulloa.
  • Assistant Engineer: Chris Carroll and Juan Rosario.
  • Production management: Juan Mardi.
  • Coordinator of art: Antonio Morales.
  • Photographer: Cesar Vera.
  • Contributing: Gary Grant, Grant Geissman, Jerry Hey, Larry Williams, Julian Navarro, Lee Levin, Pedro Iñiguez, Rafael Basurto, Richard Bravo, Ramon Flores, Frank William "Bill" Reichenbach Jr.
  • Audio Mixer: Mike Couzzi.
  • Recorded In Studies: Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Martin Sound, Los Angeles.
  • Label: BMG Music, Ariola International, Sony Music (CD) and RCA (Cassette).
  • Manufactured And Distributed By: BMG Ariola and RCA International.

References

  1. ^ "Para Toda La Vida". AllMusic. Retrieved July 9, 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Para Toda La Vida Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved July 9, 2014.
  3. ^ "Rocío Dúrcal, toda una trayectoria de éxitos" [Rocío Dúrcal, a complete record of success] (in Spanish). El Universal. March 30, 2006. Retrieved July 9, 2014.
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