Dios es Bueno

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Dios es Bueno
Live album by Marcos Witt
Released September 20, 2005
Recorded June 18, 2005 at Coliseo Rubén Rodríguez de Bayamón in Puerto Rico
Genre Gospel & Religious
Length 65:52
Label CanZion
Sony BMG/Norte
Producer Marcos Witt and Juan Salinas
Marcos Witt chronology
Antología
(2004)
Dios es Bueno
(2005)
Christmas Time
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Dios es Bueno is the twenty-ninth album released by Marcos Witt. This album was recorded live in Puerto Rico. It also included a DVD which contains four music videos . This album was winner of the Latin Grammy and Billboard Music Award in the category of Best Christian album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro de Niños" - 0:51
  2. "Mi Anhelo" (Marcos Witt) - 3:06
  3. "¡Vengan Todos!" (Marcos Witt) - 3:36
  4. "El Gozo del Señor" (Marcos Witt) - 4:23
  5. "Tengo Libertad" (Marcos Witt) - 5:22
  6. "A Ti Sea la Gloria" (Coalo Zamorano) - 4:32
  7. "¡Gloria!" (Edna Lorena Gil Porras) - 7:41
  8. "Es Por Tu Amor" (Alex Campos) - 6:58
  9. "Tú Eres Fiel" (Marcos Witt) - 5:23
  10. "Rey de Gloria" (Néstor Delgado, Arnoldo Ramirez) - 11:10
  11. "En los Montes, En los Valles" (feat. Funky) (Emmanuel Espinosa, Juan Salinas) - 5:24
  12. "Dios ha Sido Bueno" (Marcos Witt) - 7:17

DVD

  • En Los Montes, En Los Valles
  • Jesús es el Señor
  • Santa la Noche
  • Gracias

Personnel[edit]

  • Nashville String Machine - strings
  • Marcos Witt - piano, producer, liner notes
  • Derrick Horne - arranger
  • Juan Salinas - guitar, assistant, producer
  • Milton Sesenton - arranger
  • Dick Tunney - string director
  • Sergio González - arranger
  • James Hernández - trombone, arranger
  • Junior Alvarado - Bass
  • Gustavo López - trumpet
  • Tony Rijos - guitar
  • Eliud Velázquez - percussion
  • Wiso Aponte - guitar
  • Orlando Rodriguez - engineer, mixing
  • Coalo Zamorano - chorus, mixing
  • Hector "Perucho" Rivera - arranger, keyboards
  • Lucy Esquilin - chorus
  • Vanyo Esquilin - chorus
  • Steven Monárrez - arranger, keyboard and synths on: "Tú Eres Fiel"
  • Holger Fath - arranger
  • Ismael Rivera - drums

Awards[edit]

In 2006, the album was nominated for a Dove Award for Spanish Album of the Year at the 37th GMA Dove Awards.[2]

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