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Si Te Pudiera Mentir

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Si Te Pudiera Mentir
Si Te Pudiera Mentir (Rocio Durcal Album Cover).jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 23, 1990
Recorded1990; Ocean Way Recording Studios, Hollywood.
GenreBalada, Bolero, Pop
Length41:15
LabelBMG Music Ariola
ProducerMarco Antonio Solís
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
Como Tu Mujer
(1988)
Si Te Pudiera Mentir
(1990)
El Concierto... En Vivo
(1992)
Singles from Si Te Pudiera Mentir
  1. "Te Amo"
  2. "La Balanza"
  3. "Falso"
  4. "A Qué Me Quedo Contigo"
  5. "Me Duele Que Así Te Vayas"
  6. "Si Te Pudiera Mentir"
  7. "Se Me Fue Olvidando"

Si Te Pudiera Mentir (If I could lie to you) is the title of a studio album released by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal on June 23, 1990 by BMG Ariola.[1] Written and produced by Mexican singer-songwriter Marco Antonio Solís, this would be the second and last album produced by Solís for the singer.

Seven singles were released from "Si Te Pudiera Mentir". Its lead single "Te Amo" peaked at number 5 on the US Billboard Hot Latin Tracks component chart. the follow-up singles "La Balanza",'"Falso" and "A Qué Me Quedo Contigo" enjoyed moderate success on the Hot Latin Tracks peaked within the top ten of the chart.

Track listing

Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Te Amo" Marco Antonio Solís 5:04
2. "Por Tu Maldad" Solís 4:13
3. "Falso" Solís 3:42
4. "La Balanza" Solís 4:15
5. "Se Me Fue Olvidando" Solís 3:15
6. "Comprenderás A Una Mujer" Solís 3:45
7. "Si Te Pudiera Mentir" Solís 4:43
8. "A Qué Me Quedo Contigo Solís 4:07
9. "Llorando Sabrás" Solís 4:36
10. "Me Duele Que Así Te Vayas" Solís 3:59

Awards

Year Award Category Result
1991 Premio "Heraldo" Best Performer of the Year Won
Best International Artist of the Year Won

Charts

Mexican singer-songwriter Marco Antonio Solís producer albums "Como Tu Mujer" and "Si Te Pudiera Mentir"
Mexican singer-songwriter Marco Antonio Solís producer albums "Como Tu Mujer" and "Si Te Pudiera Mentir"
  • Billboard Singles[2]
Year Single Chart Peak position
1990 "Te Amo" Billboard Hot Latin Tracks 5
"La Balanza" 10
1991 "Falso" 33
"A Qué Me Quedo Contigo" 7[3]
  • Billboard Albums[2]
Chart (1990) Peak position
Billboard Latin Pop Albums 12

Credits and personnel

Musicians

Production

  • Directed and Performed by: Marco Antonio Solís
  • Arrangers and Direction: Homero Patron
  • Producer and mixing engineer: Andy Waterman
  • Producer and Engineer: David Appelt
  • Assistant Engineer: David Grant
  • Mastering: Chris Bellman
  • Makeup: Judy d'Ifray
  • Stylist: Jeff Gardner
  • Photography: Nicola Dill Visages
  • Cover design: Stephen Lumel
  • Recorded at: Ocean Way Recording Studios, Hollywood
  • Label: BMG Music, Ariola (CD) (LP), RCA Records (Cassette)
  • Manufactured and Distributed by: BMG Music and Ariola International

References

  1. ^ Alex Henderson. "Si Te Pudiera Mentir - Rocío Dúrcal | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved July 10, 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Si Te Pudiera Mentir - Rocío Dúrcal | Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved July 10, 2015.
  3. ^ "Rocío Dúrcal - Chart history". Billboard. Retrieved July 10, 2015.
This page was last edited on 22 January 2021, at 03:59
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