Rodrigo y Gabriela (album)

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Rodrigo y Gabriela
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Studio album by Rodrigo y Gabriela
Released February 17, 2006
Genre Acoustic, folk, rock
Length 42:49
Label ATO Records
Producer John Leckie, Rodrigo y Gabriela
Rodrigo y Gabriela chronology
Live: Manchester and Dublin
(2004)Live: Manchester and Dublin2004
Rodrigo y Gabriela
(2006)
Live in Japan
(2008)Live in Japan2008
Singles from Rodrigo y Gabriela
  1. "Tamacun"
    Released: February 6, 2006
  2. "Stairway to Heaven"
    Released: July 28, 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars[1]

Rodrigo y Gabriela is the second studio album by Mexican musical duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. It was first released in Ireland on February 17, 2006, where it debuted at #1 on the Irish Albums Chart. The album included covers of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" and Metallica's "Orion", two artists who the duo say influenced their music.

Their album was subsequently certified platinum in Ireland.[2]

The Japanese version of the album has an extra track, named "Señorita Xxx".

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Rodrigo y Gabriela, except where noted.

No.TitleLength
1."Tamacun"3:25
2."Diablo Rojo"4:56
3."Vikingman"4:03
4."Satori"5:04
5."Ixtapa" (violin solo played and improvised by Roby Lakatos)5:13
6."Stairway to Heaven" (Jimmy Page, Robert Plant)4:44
7."Orion" (James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Cliff Burton)7:44
8."Juan Loco"3:27
9."PPA (Pinche Personal Assistant)"4:12

Personnel[edit]

Rodrigo y Gabriela

Additional performer

Production and design

  • Produced by John Leckie and Rodrigo y Gabriela
  • Mixed by John Leckie
  • Assistant engineering by Tom Dalgety and Rick Levy
  • Mastered by Robyn Robins
  • Pre-production assistance by Graham Higgins and Negra Modelo
  • Album Cover Photography Carlo Polli
  • Photography – Kris Janis Berzins
  • Additional photos – Colin Malakie, Carlo Polli, Rodrigo, Tina Korhonen, Roger Woolman, Alan Maguire
  • Front cover image – Digital Vision/Getty Images
  • Album design – Dara Ní Bheacháin

Charts[edit]

Chart[3][4] Peak
position
French Albums Chart 70
Irish Albums Chart 1
Swiss Albums Chart 90
UK Albums Chart 53

References[edit]