Caramelito

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Caramelito
Studio album by Rocío Dúrcal
Released May 6, 2003
Recorded 2002, 2003; Mas Music, D B Music Productions Studios, Estudio G Miami Florida, Mas Studios, Santander Studios, The Gallery Recording Studios, Ultrasound Recording Studios
Genre Pop, Bolero
Length 37:02
Label BMG Music, Ariola Records RCA
Producer Kike Santander
Rocío Dúrcal chronology
2002
En Concierto... Inolvidable
2003
Caramelito
2004
Alma Ranchera
Singles from Caramelito
  1. "Caramelito"
  2. "Hasta Que Vuelvas"
  3. "Como Puedo"
  4. "Por Amarme Tanto"

Caramelito (Candy) is the title of a studio album released by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal on May 6, 2003 by BMG Ariola. Produced by Colombian songwriter Kike Santander.[1] The album was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Album at the 2004.

This album contains a selection of tracks that cross the Rhythmic pop and the romantic ballad, with songs of big composers as: Raúl Ornelas, José Alfredo Jiménez, Luis Carlos Monroy, Claudia Brant, kiko Cibrian and Kike Santander, Its lead single "Caramelito" enjoyed moderate success on Spain and Latinamerica.

Track listing[edit]

Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Es Mi Castigo" Kike Santander 4:36
2. "Después De Tu Amor" Claudia Brant, Kiko Cibrian 4:03
3. "Él" Santander 3:49
4. "Estrellita De La Mañana" Raúl Ornelas 3:31
5. "Como Puedo" Santander 3:43
6. "Por Amarme Tanto" Raúl Ornelas, Luis Carlos Monroy 4:00
7. "Caramelito" Santander 3:19
8. "Un Pedazo De Luna" José Alfredo Jiménez 3:41
9. "Yo Por Ti" Santander 3:53
10. "Hasta Que Vuelvas" (Remake) Santander 3:52

Awards[edit]

Colombian songwriter Kike Santander Producer albums "Caramelito"
Year Title Category Result
2004 Caramelito Best Female Pop Vocal Album Nominated

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Sales/shipments
Mexico (AMPROFON) Gold 85.000

Credits and personnel[edit]

Musicians

  • Rocío Dúrcal – (Vocals)
  • Kike Santander – (Words and Music).
  • Milton Salcedo – (Piano, Keyboards, Programming)
  • Bernardo Ossa – (Keyboards, Programming)
  • Salvador Cuevas – (Baby bass, Bass 5th)
  • Richard Bravo – (Acoustic guitar and Clarinet)
  • Manny Lopez – (Lower sixth)
  • José Hernández – (vihuela and Trumpet)
  • Jose Gaviria, Milton Salcedo, Bernardo Ossa and Daniel Betancourt – (Keyboards, Programming)
  • Tedoy Mullet – (Percussion)
  • Alfredo Oliva – (Concertino)

Production

  • Producers: Kike Santander.
  • Words and music topics: Kike Santander (except those mentioned).
  • Arranger: Milton Salcedo, Bernardo Ossa and Daniel Betancourt.
  • String Arrangements: Milton Salcedo
  • Engineer: Esteban Aristizabal, Vicky Echeverri, Claudia Garcia, Juan Cristobal Losada, Boris Milan, Catalina Rodriguez.
  • Engineering, programming and production under: Jose Gaviria.
  • Musical Director: Antonio Morales.
  • Contributors: Alberto Carballo Cabiedes, Sergio Minsky.
  • Programming and Production Agreement: Milton Salcedo Rope.
  • Executive Director and co-ordination of production: Andrés Felipe Silva.
  • Recorded at: More Music, DB Music Productions Studios, Studio G, Miami, More Studios, Santander Studios, The Gallery Recording Studios Recording Studios and Ultrasound.
  • Photographer: Adolfo Pérez Butron.
  • Label: RCA Records, BMG Music, Ariola Records.
  • Distributed by RCA International and Ariola International.

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