Mi Mundo (Marta Sánchez album)

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Mi Mundo
Martasanchezmimundocover.jpg
Studio album by Marta Sánchez
Released June 20, 1995
Recorded December 1994 to March 1995
Genre Latin Pop
Label Mercury, Polygram
Producer Christian De Walden
Marta Sánchez chronology
Mujer
(1993)Mujer1993
Mi Mundo
(1995)
Azabache
(1997)Azabache1997

Mi Mundo (Spanish for "My World") is the second album by Spanish singer Marta Sánchez. It was released in 1995 and produced once again by Christian De Walden. In this album the artist has a little more input, since she did the package design and compose one track (Enamorada Sin Querer). The first single Dime La Verdad was another smash hit for the artist, peaking at #1 in Mexico and Spain and #9 in the Latin charts in the United States. The video for this single was directed by Juan Luis Arruga and had a heavy rotation on MTV. The second single Arena Y Sol was also a #1 hit, with a video directed by Luis del Amo. Mi Mundo was included on the Best Albums of 1995 list by Mexican magazine Eres. Vive Cada Día, La Belleza and Que Harass Tu Cuando Mueras were also released as singles. Tu También is a song about AIDS and was dedicated to all the friends of the artist that died of the disease. My World was the English version of this album.

Album Editions[edit]

Spanish version: Mi Mundo[edit]

# Title Duration
1
"Dime la verdad"
Christian de Walden/Max Di Carlo/Margaret Harris/Adap. Esp: Carlos Toro Montoro
4:09
2
"Arena y sol"
Christian de Walden/Max Di Carlo/Carlos Toro Montoro/Lori Barth
3:15
3
"Vive cada día"
Max Di Carlo/Carlos Toro Montoro/Christian de Walden
3:42
4
"Hablando solos"
Max Di Carlo/Carlos Toro Montoro/Christian de Walden
4:27
5
"A contrapié "
Max Di Carlo/Carlos Toro Montoro/Christian de Walden
3:40
6
"¿Qué harás tú cuando mueras?"
Rafa Legísima/Carlos de France
4:50
7
"La belleza"
Carlos Toro Montoro
3:30
8
"Noche de tarot"
Steve Singer/Carlos Toro Montoro/Ludis Sorto
3:42
9
"Dos amigas"
Christian de Walden/Max Di Carlo/Carlos Toro Montoro/Lori Barth
3:47
10
"Tú también"
Christian de Walden/Max Di Carlo/Carlos Toro Montoro/Lori Barth
4.16
11
"Enamorada sin querer"
Marta Sánchez
3:55
12
"Tiempo al tiempo"
Mel Dixon/Fabrice Dechoux/Carlos Toro Montoro
3:47
13
"Mi ángel"
Lisa Nemzo/Carlos Toro Montoro
3:44
14
"True devotion"
Christian de Walden/Max Di Carlo/Lori Barth
3:13

On the USA cassette version of Mi Mundo, you can find a hard to find upbeat/danceable version of ¿Qué harás tú cuando mueras? slightly different from the CD Version.

English version: My World[edit]

# Title Composition Duration
1
"Such a mystery"
Christian de Walden/Max Di Carlo/Margaret Harris
4:12
2
"I want your love"
Max Di Carlo/Christian de Walden/Carlos Toro Montoro/Lori Barth
3:10
3
Just forget about it
Max Di Carlo/Christian de Walden/Carlos Toro Montoro/Eng. Adap: Lori Barth
3:42
4
I'll miss you
Max Di Carlo/Christian de Walden/Carlos Toro Montoro/Eng. Adap: Elizabeth Mehr
4:27
5
Impossible dream
Steve Singer/Carlos Toro Montoro/Ludis Sorto
3:42
6
Death and you
Rafa Legísima/Carlos de France/Adap: Neroli McSherry
4:50
7
Am I crazy
Marta Sánchez/Adap: Margaret Harris
3:55
8
Stay with me
Max Di Carlo/Christian de Walden/Carlos Toro Montoro/Eng. Adap: Lori Barth
3:40
9
I can't changeit
Max Di Carlo/Christian de Walden/Carlos Toro Montoro/Eng. Adap: Lori Barth
4:16
10
True devotion
Christian de Walden/Max Di Carlo/Margaret Harris
3:13
11
Angel
Lisa Nemzo
3:43
12
La belleza
Carlos Toro Montoro
3:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Producer: Christian De Walden
  • Co-Producer and Arrangements: Max DiCarlo
  • Co-Producer and Engineer: Walter Clissen
  • Recorded and mixed: Walter Clissen at Flamingo Cafe Studios, Studio City, California and Enterpises Studios, Burbank, California.
  • Mixing assistant: Fred Kelly
  • Mastered: Brian Gardner at Bernie Gurndman Mastering
  • Photographer: Luis del Amo
  • Design: Marta Sanchez and Estudio Pedro Delgado

Musicians[edit]

  • Vocals: Marta Sanchez
  • Programming and Synthesizers: Marcello Zini
  • Acoustic Piano: Randy Kerber
  • Guitars: Paul Jackson Jr., Dean Parks, Ramon Satgnaro, Max DiCarlo.
  • Bass: Abraham Laboreal Jr.
  • Percussion: Efraim Toro
  • Additional Synthesizer Programming: Steve Bulgherini, DJ Marcus
  • Sax and Flute solos: Doug Norwine
  • Trumpet solos: Dennis Farias
  • Horns: "The Heart Attack": Bill Bergman, Greg Smith, Les Lovett, Nick Lane, Dennis Farias.
  • Strings: "The Los Angeles String Ensemble": Concert Master: Gina Kronstadt
  • First violins: Olivier Lemaire, Garbis Djavan
  • Background vocals: Kenny O'Brien, Bambi and Brandy Jones, Leila Hoyle, Isela Sotelo, Marcelo Zini, Kirstina Nochils and Marta Sanchez

For the track "¿Que Harás Tú Cuando Mueras?"

  • Director: Carlos DeFrance and Rafa Legisima
  • Horns arrangement and programming: Rafa Legisima
  • Guitars: Adolfo Viguera
  • Background vocals: Marta Sanchez, Yolanda Hens and Maisa Hens
  • Recorded and mixed at Red Led Studios by Oscar Clavel and Guillermo Quero

References[edit]