Libre (Jennifer Peña album)

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Libre
Jennifer Peña Libre.jpg
Studio album by Jennifer Peña
Released June 11, 2002 (2002-06-11)
Recorded 2001-2002
Dobberman Records
Mora-Arriaga Recording Studio
North Bay Recording Studios
South Beach Audio
Studio G
Santander Studio
Olde Bear Music Recording Studio
The Playroom Recording Studio
(Miami Beach, Florida)
The Backroom
(Glendale, California)
Genre Latin pop · Regional Mexican
Length 57:33
Label Univision Records
Producer
Jennifer Peña chronology
Abrázame y Bésame
(2000)
Libre
(2002)
Seducción
(2004)
Singles from Libre
  1. "Vamos Al Mundial"
    Released: March 18, 2002 (2002-03-18)
  2. "El Dolor De Tu Presencia"
    Released: April 15, 2002 (2002-04-15)
  3. "Entre el Delirio y la Locura"
    Released: July 15, 2002 (2002-07-15)
  4. "A Fuego Lento"
    Released: October 14, 2002 (2002-10-14)
  5. "Tu Me Completas"
    Released: January 6, 2003 (2003-01-06)

Libre is the fifth studio album recorded by American-Mexican singer Jennifer Peña. It was released by Univision Records on June 11, 2002 (see 2002 in music), Libre debuted on Billboard Top Latin Albums Chart at #2 with a 17 track listing of which spawned several top ten hits including "Vamos al Mundial", which was selected by the U.S Hispanic network Univisión as the official song of the 2002 World Cup Soccer tournament. Libre also includes the #1 Hot Latin Track "El Dolor De Tu Presencia" which spent 8 weeks atop of the charts in the summer of 2002 along with "Entre el Delerio Y la Locura". Recorderd in Miami Beach, Florida and Glendale, California it was executive produced by José Behar and included production by Rudy Pérez, Kike Santander, Gustavo Santander, Enrique Elizondo, José Luis Arroyave and José Gaviria. Libre was a crossover album for Peña, who has spent the first phase of her career recording Tejano music. Libre re-introduced Jennifer has a pop singer with romantic ballads, dance songs that were far more mainstream than anything she had recorded before. Libre became one of the most successful Latin albums of 2002 selling over 500,000 units certified multi-Platinum by the RIAA. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "El Dolor de Tu Presencia" 3:28
2. "Corazón Banbdido" 3:14
3. "Prefiero Irme Enamorada" 3:45
4. "Apapachandonos" 3:15
5. "Entre El Delirio y La Locura" 4:18
6. "Qué Me Ames Mas" 3:05
7. "Tu Me Completas" 3:18
8. "Como Te Cae" 2:48
9. "A Fuego Lento" 3:56
10. "Enseñame" 3:42
11. "El Dolor de Tu Presencia" 3:30
12. "Prefiero Irme Enamorada" 3:15
13. "Entre El Dilirio y La Locura" 3:06
14. "Entre El Dilirio y La Locura" 3:58
15. "Tu Me Completas" 3:14
16. "A Fuego Lento" 4:07
17. "Vamos Al Mundial" 5:49

Singles[edit]

Personnel[edit]

  • Levi Mora Arriaga – keyboards
  • Meredith Mora Arriaga – guitar
  • José Luis Arroyave – arranger, engineer, keyboards, producer, programming
  • José Behar – executive producer
  • Nelson Cano – vocals
  • Vicky Echeverri – vocals
  • Enrique Elizondo – engineer, producer
  • Joaquin Pérez Fernández – engineer
  • Jonathon Fuzessy – vocal coordinator, vocals
  • Claudia García – vocals
  • Iker Gastaminza – mixing
  • José Gaviria – arranger, engineer, keyboards, producer, programming
  • Beppe Gemelli – keyboards, programming
  • Piero Gemelli – guitar
  • Gabby Giannelli – art coordinator
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • Julio Hernández – bass
  • Paul Hoyle – arranger, keyboards, programming
  • Erick Labson – mastering
  • David López – assistant engineer
  • Manny López – guitar
  • Alfredo Matheus – mixing
  • Sergio Minski – production coordination
  • David Mora-arriaga – Bass
  • Joel Numa – engineer, mixing
  • José Luis Pagán – arranger, keyboards, programming
  • Mario Patiño – production coordination
  • Jennifer Peña – vocals
  • Betsy Pérez – production coordination
  • Rudy Pérez – arranger, director, guitar, producer, vocals
  • Clay Perry – keyboards, programming
  • Catalina Rodríguez – vocals
  • Barry Rosen – photography
  • Arturo Salas – arranger
  • Manuel Sánchez – mixing
  • Kike Santander – producer
  • Andrés Felipe Silva – executive director
  • Ramiro Terán – arranger, keyboards, programming, vocal coordinator, vocals
  • Fernando Tobón – bass, guitar (acoustic), guitar (electric)
  • Juan José Virviescas – engineer
  • Dan Warner – guitar
  • Bruce Weeden – engineer, mixing

Sales and certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[1] 2× Platinum (Latin) 200,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

  1. ^ "American album certifications – Pena, Jennifer – Libre". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click Type, then select Latin, then click SEARCH