Desde Siempre

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Desde Siempre
Compilation album by Chayanne
Released March 29, 2005
Recorded 1988 - 2005
Genre Latin pop
Label Sony BMG
Chayanne chronology
Sincero
(2003)
Desde Siempre
(2005)
Cautivo
(2005)
Singles from Desde Siempre
  1. "Contra Vientos y Mareas"
    Released: 2005

Desde Siempre is the second compilation album by Puerto Rican singer Chayanne, which was released on March 29, 2005.

Album information[edit]

Unlike of his previous compilation album Grandes Éxitos, this album is a collection of Chayanne ballads with a new song "Contra Vientos y Mareas" by Franco De Vita.

Track listing[edit]

The tracklisting from Billboard.com[1]

No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
1. "Contra Vientos y Mareas"   Franco De Vita Previously unreleased 4:03
2. "Un Siglo Sin Ti"   Franco De Vita Sincero 4:40
3. "Volver a Nacer"   Estéfano, Ximena Zapata Volver a Nacer 4:53
4. "Cuidarte el Alma"   Marc Durandeau, Cris Zalles Sincero 4:13
5. "Fuiste un Trozo de Hielo en la Escarcha"   José María Cano Chayanne 4:47
6. "Atado a Tu Amor"   Estéfano Atado a Tu Amor 5:02
7. "El Centro de Mi Corazón"   Alejandro Vezzani Provócame 3:47
8. "Pienso En Ti"   Estéfano Atado a Tu Amor 4:17
9. "Yo Te Amo"   Estéfano Simplemente 4:49
10. "Sólamente Tu Amor"   Donato Poveda, Hal S. Batt Volver a Nacer 4:09
11. "Daría Cualquier Cosa"   Julio Seijas, Luis Gómez Escolar Tiempo de Vals 3:20
12. "Entre Mis Recuerdos"   Albert Hammond; H. Knight Volver a Nacer 3:46

Music Videos[edit]

  1. Contra Vientos y Mareas

Personnel[edit]

  • Alex Acuña – percussion, drum machine
  • Carlos Alvarez – mixing
  • Marcelo Anez – engineer
  • Tommy Anthony – backing vocals
  • Kevin Apple – stylist
  • Marcello Azevedo – acoustic guitar, bass, arranger, electric guitar, programming
  • Greg Bartheld – programming
  • Odisa Beltrán – production assistant
  • Manny Benito – vocal producer, vocal coach
  • Andres Bermudez – assistant engineer
  • Edwin Bonilla – percussion
  • Jorge Calandrelli – synthesizer, piano, arranger, producer
  • Alberto Carballo – graphic design
  • Jessica Chirino – backing vocals
  • Michael "Junno" Cosculluela – backing vocals
  • David Davidson – violin
  • Doug Emery – arranger, drum programming
  • Estéfano – producer
  • Ronnie Foster – arranger, producer
  • Mike Fuller – mastering
  • Iker Gastaminza – arranger, engineer, mixing
  • Julio Hernandez – bass
  • Richard Howell – assistant engineer
  • Paul Jackson, Jr. – guitar
  • Max Kolibe – engineer
  • Abraham Laboriel – bass
  • Anthony LaMarchina – cello
  • Lee Levine – arranger, drums, programming
  • Roberto Livi – producer
  • John Lucas – backing vocals
  • Ricardo Eddy Martinez – arranger, producer
  • Chris McDonald – string arrangements
  • Miami Symphonic Orchestra – strings
  • Raul Midón – backing vocals
  • Joel Numa – engineer
  • Luis Fernando Ochoa – producer
  • Alfredo Oliva – concert master
  • Wendy Pedersen – backing vocals
  • Lena Pérez – backing vocals
  • Donato Póveda – producer
  • Julio C. Reyes – conductor, orchestration
  • Gustavo Sanchez – producer
  • Randy Singer – harmonica
  • Cesar Sogbe – engineer, mixing, vocal engineer
  • Rafael Solano – percussion
  • Rene Toledo – guitar, arranger, producer, vocal coach
  • Carlos Cats Valldejuli – production coordination
  • Mauricio Velez – photography
  • Dan Warner – electric guitar
  • James Warner – engineer
  • Bruce Weeden – mixing
  • Kristin Wilkinson – viola
  • Cristian Zalles – backing vocals

Charts[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
position
Billboard European Top 100 Albums[2] 66
U.S. Billboard 200[2] 182
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums[2] 8
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Albums[2] 2

Sales and certifications[edit]

Region Certification Sales/shipments
Argentina (CAPIF)[3] Platinum 40,000x
Mexico (AMPROFON)[4] Gold 50,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone
xunspecified figures based on certification alone

References[edit]