Milagro (Jaci Velasquez album)

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Milagro
Jaci-Velasquez-Milagro.jpg
Studio album by Jaci Velasquez
Released April 1, 2003[1]
Recorded 2002-2003
Genre Latin pop, contemporary Christian
Label Sony Discos
Jaci Velasquez chronology
Unspoken
(2003)Unspoken2003
Milagro
(2003)
Mi Historia Musical
(2004)Mi Historia Musical2004

Milagro (2003) is the third Latin album by Christian singer Jaci Velasquez. This record won a Billboard Latin Music Award in the category "Best Christian Album". Although lyrically considered the most secular of all her works, the album was not as successful as her previous Spanish works due to Sony Discos changing hands in management that same year and a lack of promotion.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "En El Centro De Mi Corazón" (In the Center of My Heart)
  2. "No Hace Falta Un Hombre" (English version: I Don't Need a Man)
  3. "Milagro" (Miracle)
  4. "Un Trocito De Cielo" (A Little Piece of Heaven)
  5. "Perdida Sin Ti" (Lost Without You)
  6. "Eres Tan Grande" (You're So Great)
  7. "A Un Paso De Mi Amor" (At One Step of My Love) (English version: Just a Prayer Away)
  8. "Me Valga Dios" (Help Me God)
  9. "Es Amor" (It's Love)
  10. "A Tu Lado Es Mi Lugar" (My Place Is By Your Side) (English version: Where I Belong)
  11. "Mi Vida No Es Nada Sin Ti" (My Life Is Nothing Without You)

Single[edit]

  1. "No Hace Falta Un Hombre" (a video clip was made for this song)
  • "A Un Paso De Mi Amor", the Spanish version of "Just a Prayer Away", is only based musically but not lyrically.
  • "Mi Vida No Es Nada Sin Ti" is the Spanish version of "Can't Stay Away From You" by Gloria Estefan.
  • "No Hace Falta Un Hombre" was the theme song in the film Chasing Papi.

Personnel[edit]

  • Diego Acosta - assistant engineer
  • N. Amador - assistant engineer
  • Tommy Anthony - background vocals
  • Randall Barlow - composer, producer
  • Bridget Benenate - composer
  • Kurt Berge - technical support
  • Andres Bermudez - engineer, mixing
  • Scott Canto - engineer
  • Alban Christ - photography
  • Hunter Davis - composer
  • Kevin Dillon - production coordination
  • Vicky Echeverri - choir, chorus, background vocals
  • Emilio Estefan, Jr. - composer, producer
  • Gloria Estefan - composer
  • Estéfano - producer
  • Mike Fuller - mastering
  • Javier Garza - mixing engineer
  • Mauricio Gasca - programming, background vocals
  • Matthew Gerrard - arranger, composer, engineer, instrumentation, mixing, producer
  • Julio Hernandez - bass
  • David J. Holman - mixing
  • Alejandro Jaén - producer, background vocals
  • Amado Jaen - composer
  • Leyla Leeming - production coordination
  • Joseph Quevedo - drums
  • Oscar Llord - executive producer
  • Alejandro López - art direction, graphic design
  • Dionicio R. Lopez - A&R
  • Manny López - composer, guitar
  • Steve Menezes - studio coordinator
  • Bart Migal - engineer
  • Mario Patiño - general assistance, text
  • Andy Pechenik - technical support
  • Wendy Pederson - choir, chorus
  • Archie Pena - percussion
  • Betsy Perez - production coordination
  • Lena Pérez - background vocals
  • Rudy Pérez - arranger, choir, chorus, composer, engineer, producer, string arrangements
  • Clay Perry - arranger, keyboards, programming
  • Jorge Luís piloto - composer
  • Daniel Ponce - assistant engineer
  • Mark Portmann - composer
  • Julio C. Reyes - arranger, composer, piano, programming
  • Jon Secada - composer
  • Ron Taylor - engineer
  • Ramiro Teran - choir, chorus
  • Ken Theis - assistant engineer
  • E. Thomas - background vocals
  • Michael Hart thompson - guitar
  • Nicolás Tovar - composer
  • Gisa Vatcky - background vocals
  • Jaci Velasquez - composer
  • Dan Warner - acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Bruce Weeden - mixing engineer
  • Betty Wright - choir, chorus

References[edit]