Mi Vida: Grandes Éxitos

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Mi Vida: Grandes Éxitos
Cover - Mi Vida - Grandes Éxitos.jpg
Greatest hits album by Julio Iglesias
Released October 13, 1998
Recorded 2:27:32
Genre Latin pop, pop
Language Spanish, English
Label Sony Discos
Julio Iglesias chronology
Tango
(1996)Tango1996
My Life: The Greatest Hits
(1998)

Mi Vida: Grandes Éxitos
(1998)
Noche de cuatro lunas
(2000)Noche de cuatro lunas2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusicNo rating[1]

Mi Vida: Grandes Éxitos is a double-CD greatest hits album by Julio Iglesias, released in 1998 on Sony Discos.[2]

The album contained a special selection of 38 songs Julio Iglesias had recorded over four decades.[1]

In parallel, Columbia Records issued its own similar double-CD compilation, titled My Life: The Greatest Hits. According to Billboard, it was one of the very few times when Columbia and Sony Discos "separately released Spanish-dominant CDs by Iglesias".[2]

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."La Gota Fría"Emiliano Zuleta3:33
2."Soy un Truhán, Soy un Señor"
  • Ramón Arcusa
  • Manuel de la Calva
  • Julio Iglesias
3:01
3."Me Olvide de Vivir"
  • Pierre Billon
  • Iglesias
  • Jacques Revaux
4:50
4."Quijote"
  • Ramón Arcusa
  • de la Calva
  • Roger Eno
  • Iglesias
4:01
5."Momentos"
  • Ramón Arcusa
  • Iglesias
  • Tony Renis
3:32
6."La Nave del Olvido"Dino Ramos4:11
7."Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir"
  • Angel Cabral
  • Cabral Dizeo
3:20
8."Nathalie"
  • Arcusa
  • Iglesias
3:53
9."De Niña a Mujer"
  • Arcusa
  • Iglesias
  • Tony Renis
3:14
10."Ni Te Tengo Ni Te Olvido"Luis Gardey4:00
11."Felicidades" (featuring D. Pedro Vargas)Ray Girado3:46
12."Que No Se Rompa la Noche"
  • Manuel Alejandro
  • Ana Magdalena
4:25
13."Lo Mejor de Tu Vida"
  • Manuel Alejandro
  • Marian Beigbeder
4:16
14."Milonga Medley: Milonga Sentimental/Vivo"
  • Arcusa
  • Homero Manzi
  • Sebastián Piana
4:02
15."Agua Dulce, Agua Sala"
  • Hal Batt
  • Edgardo Donato
  • Estéfano
4:24
16."Vuela Alto"
  • Beatriz Alvarez
  • Marian Beigbeder
  • Sandra Beigbeder
3:09
17."Baila Morena"
  • Rafael Ferro
  • Roberto Livi
3:49
18."La Cumparsita"
2:34
19."Bamboleo"
  • Tonino Baliardo
  • Jahloul "Chico" Bouchikhi
  • S. Diaz
  • Nicolás Reyes
4:39

Disc 2[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Un Canto a Galicia"Iglesias4:30
2."Hey"
  • Arcusa
  • Mario Balducci
  • Giovanni Belfiore
  • Iglesias
4:58
3."La Vida Sigue Igual"Iglesias2:16
4."Abrazame"
  • Rafael Ferro
  • Iglesias
3:16
5."To All the Girls I've Loved Before" (featuring Willie Nelson)
  • Hal David
  • Albert Hammond
3:32
6."33 Años"Iglesias3:33
7."Manuela"
  • Manuel Alejandro
  • Ana Magdalena
3:37
8."All of You" (featuring Diana Ross)
  • Cole Porter
  • Renis
  • Cynthia Weil
3:58
9."Ae, Ao"Renis3:17
10."Caruso"Lucio Dalla5:49
11."A Media Luz"
  • Edgardo Donato
  • Carlos Cesar Lenzi
2:41
12."La Carretera"
  • Ferro
  • Roberto Livi
5:04
13."Can't Help Falling in Love"
  • Luigi Creatore
  • Hugo Peretti
  • George David Weiss
3:19
14."Crazy"Willie Nelson3:15
15."When You Tell Me That You Love Me" (featuring Dolly Parton)
  • John Bettis
  • Albert Hammond
3:59
16."Por el Amor de Una Mujer"
  • Danny Daniel
  • Sonny Marti
3:51
17."Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" (feat: All-4-One)
  • Otto Harbach
  • Jerome Kern
3:35
18."My Way [A Mi Manera]" (feat: Paul Anka)
  • Paul Anka
  • Claude François
  • Jacques Revaux
  • Gilles Thibault
4:24
19."Me Va, Me Va"
  • Ricardo Ceratto
  • Albert Hammond
5:59

Charts[edit]

Chart (1998–1999) Peak
position
Spain (PROMUSICAE) 1
US (Billboard Latin Pop Albums)[3] 11
US (Billboard Top Latin Albums)[4] 21

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Jon O'Brien. "Mi Vida: Grandes Exitos - Julio Iglesias". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-12-11. 
  2. ^ a b Nielsen Business Media, Inc. (24 October 1998). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. pp. 56–. ISSN 0006-2510. 
  3. ^ "Julio Iglesias - Chart history (Latin Pop Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-12-13. 
  4. ^ "Julio Iglesias - Chart history (Top Latin Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-12-13.