Laura Pausini (1994 album)

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Laura Pausini
Studio album by Laura Pausini
Released 22 November 1994
Recorded Santanna Recording Studios
Castelfranco Emilia, Modena, Italy
Morning Studio
Milan, Province of Milan, Italy
Logic Audiofile Studio
Milan, Province of Milan, Italy
Genre Latin pop
Length 42:18
Language Spanish
Label CGD
Producer Arcangelo Valsiglio, Marco Marati
Laura Pausini chronology
Laura
(1994)
Laura Pausini
(1994)
Laura Pausini
(1995)
Singles from Laura
  1. "La Soledad"
    Released: 1994
  2. "Se Fue"
    Released: 1994
  3. "Amores Extraños"
    Released: 1994
  4. "Gente"
    Released: 1995
  5. "Él No Está Por Ti"
    Released: 1995

Laura Pausini is Italian singer Laura Pausini’s Spanish language debut album, issued by CGD (Warner) Records in 1994. This self-titled work offers Spanish language renditions of selected tracks and greatest hits from her native Italian language albums Laura Pausini (1993) and Laura (1994).

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Spanish adaptation Length
1. "Gente"   Cheope,[1] Marco Marati Angelo Valsiglio J. Badia[2] 4:30
2. "Él no está por ti"   Cheope, Marati Valsiglio, Roberto Buti Badia 3:45
3. "Amores extraños"   Cheope, Marati, Francesco Tanini Valsiglio, Buti Badia 4:10
4. "Las chicas"   Cheope, Marati Valsiglio, Buti Badia 4:30
5. "El valor que no se ve"   Cheope, Marati Valsiglio Badia 4:35
6. "La soledad"   Federico Cavalli, Cremonesi Pietro Cremonesi, Valsiglio Badia 4:04
7. "¿Por qué no volverán?"   Cavalli Valsiglio, Cremonesi Badia 4:10
8. "Se fue"   Cavalli Cremonesi, Valsiglio Badia 4:40
9. "¿Por qué no?"   Roberto Casini Valsiglio, Cremonesi Badia 4:02
10. "Carta"   Cheope, Marati Valsiglio, Giovanni Salvatori Badia 3:45

Charts and certifications[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1994–1995) Peak
position
Colombian Albums Chart[3] 1
Spanish Albums Chart[4] 1
US Top Latin Albums[5] 31
US Latin Pop Albums[5] 10

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (1994) Position
Spanish Albums Chart[6] 1
Chart (1995) Position
Spanish Albums Chart[6] 3

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Sales/shipments
Argentina (CAPIF)[7] Platinum 60,000x
Chile (IFPI Chile)[8] Platinum 25,000^
Colombia (ASINCOL)[9] Platinum 60,000x
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[10] 11× Platinum 1,300,000[11]
Summaries
Europe (IFPI)[12] Platinum 1,000,000*

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

Personnel[edit]

Performing[edit]

  • Laura Pausini – vocals
  • Emanuela Cortesi – backing vocals
  • Silvia Mezzanotte – backing vocals
  • Cristina Montanari – backing vocals
  • Leonardo Abbate – backing vocals
  • Danilo Bastoni – backing vocals
  • Gianni Salvatori – backing vocals, acoustic/electric guitar, arrangement
  • Riccardo Galardini – acoustic/electric guitar
  • Cesare Chiodo – bass
  • Stefano Allegra – bass
  • Massimo Pacciani – drums/percussion
  • Simone Papi – piano, programming
  • Luca Signorini – saxophone

Technical[edit]

  • Arcangelo Valsiglio – artistic production
  • Marco Marati – executive production
  • Alfredo Cerruti – artistic production assistance
  • Fabrizio Pausini – executive production assistance
  • Santanna Recording Studio
    • Danilo Bastoni – studio director
    • Gianni Salvatori – sound recording
    • Sandro Chinellato – sound recording
  • Morning Studio
    • Renato Cantele – sound recording
    • Giamba Lizzori – sound recording

Design[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  • "Song Search". Warner Chappell Music (Italy). Accessed 24 August 2007.