Acústico (Ednita Nazario album)

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Live album by Ednita Nazario
Released July 30, 2002
Genre Latin pop
Length ??:??
Label Sony Music
Producer Ednita Nazario
Ednita Nazario chronology
Sin Límite
Acústico Vol. II
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DVD album cover
DVD album cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
CDUniverse 5/5 stars [1]

Acústico is the 18th album of Puerto Rican singer Ednita Nazario and is the first of two albums recorded during a special presentation of her at the Luis A. Ferré Performing Arts Center in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The album is the realization of a unique project of Nazario where she turned the Arts Center into a recording studio, inviting 300 friends to share with her that night.

The album includes special appearances by Puerto Rican singer/producer Tommy Torres, who would become Ednita's producer for her next few albums, and singer Jorge Laboy.

The album was certified Disco de Oro (Gold) by the RIAA on October 15, 2002 for selling over 100,000 in the states. It was later certified Disco Platinum (Platinum) for selling over 200,000.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Eres Libre"
  2. "Tú Sin Mí"
  3. "Tu Sabes Bien"
  4. "Ahora Es Tarde Ya"
  5. "Hielo Bajo El Sol" (with Tommy Torres)
  6. "Medley"
    • "El Dolor De Tu Presencia"
    • "Un Corazón Hecho Pedazos"
  7. "Lloviendo Flores"
  8. "Mas Grande Que Grande"
  9. "Medley"
    • "Por Ti Me Casaré"
    • "Mi Pequeño Amor" (with Jorge Laboy)
  10. "No Voy A Llorar"
  11. "Tanto Que Te Dí"
  12. "No Me Mires Así"


Billboard Latin Music Awards[edit]

Year Award Result
2003 Latin Pop Album Of The Year, Female Nominated

Latin Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Award Result
2003 Latin Grammy Awards Nominated



  1. ^ "Ednita Nazario - Acustico CD Album". Retrieved 2011-11-02.