Soy Libre

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Soy Libre
Yuri-Soy Libre-Frontal.jpg
Studio album by Yuri
Released 1990 (1990)
Recorded 1990
Genre Pop
Label CBS International
Producer Mariano Pérez
Yuri chronology
Sui Generis
(1989)Sui Generis1989
Soy Libre
(1990)
Obsesiones
(1992)Obsesiones1992

Soy libre is the 11th album by Mexican pop singer Yuri. It was released in 1990. It sold more than 500000 copies earning Gold and Platinum discs. "Soy libre" means "I'm free", the title was a result of her divorce. It reached #10 in Pop Latin Albums in Billboard.[1]

Track CD listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Carnaval de Oriente" Hermanos Matamoros Javier Lozada 4:20
2. "Cosas del amor" Jesús Monarrez Carlos Gómez 3:22
3. "Llévame a tu casa" Alejandro Jaen Bob Painter 5:25
4. "Quién eres tú (Love Will Lead You Back)" Diane Warren, Nelson Motta, Adap. Karen Guindi Carlos Gómez 4:51
5. "Cuerpo de mujer" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 3:53
6. "No llores más corazón" Alejandro Jean Carlos Gómez 4:15
7. "Todo mi corazón" Ilan Chester Ary Sperling 5:12
8. "El apagón" Manuel Esperón, E. Cortazar Javier Lozada 3:55
9. "Un romance" Maurizio Fabrizio, Ronaldo Bastos, Adap. R. M. Girón Graham Presket 4:32
10. "Olas que vienen" Botaminio Felipe Ary Sperling 3:25
11. "Soy libre" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 4:25
12. "Sabes lo que pasa" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 3:57

Track LP listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Carnaval de Oriente" Hermanos Matamoros Javier Lozada 4:20
2. "Cosas del amor" Jesús Monarrez Carlos Gómez 3:22
3. "Llévame a tu casa" Alejandro Jaen Bob Painter 5:25
4. "Quién eres tú (Quem é voce) (Love Will Lead You Back)" Diane Warren, Nelson Motta, Adap. Karen Guindi Carlos Gómez 4:51
5. "Un romance" Maurizio Fabrizio, Ronaldo Bastos, Adap. R. M. Girón Graham Presket 4:12
6. "Todo mi corazón" Ilan Chester Ary Sperling 5:12
7. "El apagón" Manuel Esperón, E. Cortazar Javier Lozada 3:55
8. "Soy libre" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 4:25
9. "Olas que vienen" Botaminio Felipe Ary Sperling 3:25
10. "Sabes lo que pasa" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 3:57

Track Special Edition listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Quién eres tú (Love Will Lead You Back)" Diane Warren, Nelson Motta, Adap. Karen Guindi Carlos Gómez 4:51
2. "El apagón (Radio Edit)" Manuel Esperón, Cortazar Javier Lozada 3:35
3. "Todo mi corazón" Ilan Chester Ary Sperling 5:12
4. "Sabes lo que pasa" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 3:57
5. "Un romance" Maurizio Fabrizio, Ronaldo Bastos, Adap. R. M. Girón Graham Presket 4:32
6. "Llévame a tu casa" Alejandro Jean Bob Painter 5:25
7. "Cosas del amor" Jesús Monarrez Carlos Gómez 3:22
8. "Carnaval de Oriente" Hermanos Matamoros Javier Lozada 4:20
9. "Soy libre" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 4:25
10. "Olas que vienen" Botaminio Felipe Ary Sperling 3:25
11. "No llores más corazón" Alejandro Jean Carlos Gómez 4:15
12. "Cuerpo de Mujer" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 3:53
13. "El apagón (Dance Mix)" Manuel Esperón, Cortazar Javier Lozada 5:25
14. "Sabes lo que pasa (Remix)" Mariano Pérez Javier Lozada 6:50

Production[edit]

  • Producer: Mariano Pérez Bautista
  • Production coordination: CRAB
  • Recorded in: Round House (London)
  • Engineer: Graham Daol
  • Engineer at Sonoland (Madrid): Bob Painter
  • Engineer in Somlibre (Rio de Janeiro): Ivan Carvacho
  • String recorded in CTS (London) - Engineer: Isaías García
  • Musical arrangements: Graham Presket, Bob Paiter, Ary Sperling, Carlos Gomez and Javier Lozada
  • Musicians: Charly Morgan (Drums), Andy Pask (Bass), Niguel Jenkins (Guitar), Juan Cerro (Spanish and Electric guitars), Roger Meanda (Electric guitar on "Todo mi corazón"), Mitch Dalton and Ary Sperling (Acoustic guitars), Manolo Morales (Saxophone), Milton Guedes (Saxophone on "Todo mi corazón", Harmonica on "Olas que vienen"), Armando Marsal and Mariano Pérez (Percussions)
  • Backing vocals: Group "Zarabanda", Mavi Pechis, Maisa Henz, José Falcón and Mariano Pérez
  • Schedules in Madrid (Spain) by: Javier Lozada
  • Programming in Brazil by: Ary Sperling
  • Mixed at Sondland (Madrid) by: Mariano Pérez Bautista
  • Art director: Arturo Medellín
  • Graphic design: Karem Trétmanis
  • Photos: Carlos Somonte
  • Stylist: Gabriela D'Aque
  • Make-up and Hairstyles: Alan Simancas

Singles[edit]

  • Quien Eres Tu
  • Sabes Lo Que Pasa
  • El Apagón
  • Todo Mi Corazón
  • Cosas del Amor

Single Charts[edit]

# Title Mexico Hot Lat. C.R Venezuela Colombia Guatemala Nic. Peru Panama
1. "El Apagón" #1 n/a #1 #1 #1 #1 #1 #1 #1
2. "Quien Eres Tu" #1 #8 [2] #1 #1 #1 #1 #1 #1 #1
3. "Sabes Lo Que Pasa" #5 n/a n/a n/a n/a #19 #10 n/a n/a
4. "Todo Mi Corazón" #1 5 [3] 1 1 1 #1 #1 #1 #1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Billboard Latin Pop Albums". Billboard.com. 1991. Retrieved 2012-09-28. 
  2. ^ "Top Latin Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 28 September 2012. 
  3. ^ "Top Latin Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 28 September 2012.