Recordando Otra Vez

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Recordando Otra Vez
Recordando Otra Vez.jpg
Live album by Marcos Witt
Released March 2, 2004[1]
Recorded November 8, 2003 at L.A. Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California
Genre Gospel & religious
Length 68:10
Label CanZion, Sony BMG
Producer Marcos Witt and Juan Salinas
Marcos Witt chronology
Amazing God
(2003)Amazing God2003
Recordando Otra Vez
(2004)
Tiempo de Navidad
(2004)Tiempo de Navidad2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Cross Rhythms 8/10 stars[2]

Recordando Otra Vez is the twenty-sixth album released by Christian singer Marcos Witt. The album was recorded live from Los Angeles, California and was winner of the Latin Grammy in the Category of Best Christian album. As of October 5, 2007, the album has been certified Platinum by the RIAA.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cantando Alegre Seguiré" - 03:57
  2. "Que Lindo Es Mí Cristo" - 03:57
  3. "Súplica" (Featuring Gadiel Espinoza) - 05:42
  4. "América Será Para Cristo" - 03:13
  5. "Oh, Jesús Creo En Ti" - 05:15
  6. "Quiero Cantar Una Linda Canción" - 03:20
  7. "Peña De Horeb" (Featuring Ralphy Rodríguez) - 02:51
  8. "Usa Mí Vida" (Featuring Gadiel Espinoza) - 04:25
  9. "Travesia Magica" (Acoustic By Liuba Maria Hevia) - 01:32
  10. "Bendice Hoy" (Featuring Vicente Motaño) - 04:43
  11. "Solamente En Cristo" - 01:17
  12. "Sólo Dios Hace Al Hombre Feliz" - 00:55
  13. "Vamos Orando" - 01:11
  14. "Siento El Fuego" - 01:42
  15. "El Viajero" - 03:33
  16. "Te Tengo A Tí" - 05:11
  17. "Ayer, Hoy Y Siempre" - 04:39
  18. "He Decidido Seguir A Cristo" - 05:24
  19. "Te Vengo A Decir" - 03:06
  20. "Yo Te Busco" (Bonus Track) - 04:00

Awards[edit]

In 2005, the album was nominated for a Dove Award for Spanish Album of the Year at the 36th GMA Dove Awards.[3]

Credits[edit]

Producers:

Executive producer:

Arrangers:

  • Wiso Aponte
  • Mike Casteel
  • Isaac Escamilla
  • Holger Fath
  • Joseph Garcia
  • Jay Henry
  • Russell Mauldin
  • Chris McDonald
  • Steven Monárrez
  • Buddy Skipper

Worship leader:

Musicians:

  • Alex Acuña - percussion
  • Randall Gonzalez - drums
  • Holger Fath - electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Randy Allison - saxophone
  • Emmanuel Espinosa - bass, acoustic guitar
  • The Nashville String Machine - strings
  • Wiso Aponte - electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Isaac Escamilla - keyboards]
  • Jacob Garcia - sax (bass)
  • Joseph Garcia accordion, upright bass
  • Jay Henry - trombone
  • Bob Martin - trumpet
  • David Moreno - soloist, trumpet

Vocalists:

  • Adriana Escamilla - vocals
  • Gadiel Espinoza - vocals, guest appearance
  • Vicente Montaño - vocals, guest appearance
  • Ralphy Rodriguez - vocals guest appearance
  • Nolita Theo - vocals
  • Coalo Zamorano - vocals, guest appearance

Engineer:

  • Orlando Rodriguez - engineer, mixing
  • Héctor Sotelo - cover design
  • Eddie Sakaki - photography
  • Dick Tunney music advisor

Sales and certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[4] Platinum (Latin) 100,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Recordando Otra Vez Audio CD". CD Universe. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  2. ^ Cross Rhythms review
  3. ^ 2005 Dove Awards - 36th Annual Dove Awards on About.com; Jones, Kim
  4. ^ "American album certifications – Witts, Marcos – Recordando Otra Vez". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click Type, then select Latin, then click SEARCH