Vivir (album)

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Vivir
Enrique Vivir cover.png
Studio album by
Released21 January 1997 (1997-01-21)
Recorded1996–1997
Studio
  • Nadir Studios
  • Cinearte Studios
    (Madrid, Spain)
  • New River Studios
    (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
  • Ocean Way Recording & Westlake Audio
    (Hollywood, California)
Length41:11
LabelFonovisa
ProducerRafael Pérez-Botija
Enrique Iglesias chronology
Enrique Iglesias
(1995)
Vivir
(1997)
Cosas del Amor
(1998)
Singles from Vivir
  1. "Enamorado Por Primera Vez"
    Released: 18 November 1996 (1996-11-18)
  2. "Sólo En Tí"
    Released: 10 March 1997 (1997-03-10)
  3. "Miente"
    Released: 5 May 1997 (1997-05-05)
  4. "Volveré"
    Released: 2 June 1997 (1997-06-02)
  5. "Revolución"
    Released: 21 July 1997 (1997-07-21)
  6. "Lluvia cae"
    Released: 20 October 1997 (1997-10-20)
  7. "Al Despertar"
    Released: 1 December 1997 (1997-12-01)
  8. "Viviré y Moriré"
    Released: 5 January 1998 (1998-01-05)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Vivir (English: Live) is the second Spanish studio album recorded by Spanish singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias. It was released by Fonovisa on 21 January 1997 (see 1997 in music). The album includes three number-one singles on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks charts in United States: "Enamorado Por Primera Vez", "Sólo En Ti" and "Miente". In the United States, it was platinum on 6 May 1997.[2] This album received a nomination for Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album at the 40th Annual Grammy Awards, on 25 February 1998, losing to Romances by Luis Miguel.[3] The album received a Premio Lo Nuestro award for "Pop Album of the Year" at the 9th Lo Nuestro Awards. To the date the record has sold a million copies in U.S and over 5 million copies worldwide.[4][5]

Commercial performance[edit]

The album debuted in the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart at number 1 in the week of 15 February 1997,[6] dethroning his own father Julio Iglesias with the album Tango, and spent eight weeks at pole position, until Selena's Dreaming of You took the number-one spot for two weeks. Enrique Iglesias with his debut album replaced Selena's album at number-one the year before. In the week of 26 April 1997 Vivir returned to the top spot for another three weeks at the summit. The album spent 15 non-consecutive weeks at pole position, it also spent 36 weeks inside the Top Ten and 69 weeks in the chart, selling 5 million copies worldwide. The album's first three singles achieved 26 weeks at the top of the "Hot Latin Tracks" of Billboard in 1997, an astonishing feat that hasn't been matched yet by any other artist.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)TranslationLength
1."Enamorado Por Primera Vez"Enrique IglesiasIn Love for the First Time4:29
2."Al Despertar"
  • Enrique Iglesias
  • Roberto Morales
Upon Awakening4:16
3."Lluvia cae"
  • Enrique Iglesias
  • Rafael Pérez-Botija
Rainfall4:36
4."Tu Vacío"
  • Rafael Pérez-Botija
  • María Enriqueta Ramos Núñez
Your Emptiness3:55
5."Sólo En Tí" (Only You)Vince Clarke ·
Adapt: Spanish: Enrique Iglesias
Only You3:28
6."Miente"
  • Rafael Pérez-Botija
  • María Enriqueta Ramos Núñez
Lie3:36
7."Viviré y Moriré"Enrique IglesiasI'll Live and I'll Die4:04
8."Volveré"
  • Enrique Iglesias
  • Roberto Morales
I'll return4:38
9."El Muro"
  • Rafael Pérez-Botija
  • María Enriqueta Ramos Núñez
The Wall4:15
10."Revolución"Chein García-AlonsoRevolution4:00
Total length:41:11

Credits and personnel[edit]

  • Christina Abaroa: Producer, Production Coordination
  • Jeff DeMorris: Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant, Assistant
  • Mike Dy: Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant, Assistant
  • Cristin Allen Goetz: Production Coordination
  • Brad Kinney: Background vocals, Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant, Assistant
  • Chris Lord-Alge: Mixing
  • Michael Parnin: Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant, Assistant
  • Tony DeFranco: Mixing Coordinator
  • Antonio Olariaga: Transfers, Digital Transfers
  • Chein García-Alonso: Adaptation
  • Doug Sax: Mastering
  • Andrew Sheeps: Digital Editing
  • Miguel Ángel Cuberto: Transfers
  • Fernando Martínez: Management
  • Roberto Morales: Advisor, Music Assistant
  • Steven Lippman: Photography
  • Erin Flanagan: Stylist
  • Manolo Ruiz: Stylist
  • John Coulter: Design
  • Rafael Pérez-Botija: Piano, Arranger, Keyboards, Producer
  • Enrique Iglesias: Vocals, Background vocals
  • Luis Conte: Percussion
  • Gregg Bissonette: Drums
  • Neal Avron: Engineer, Drums
  • Bob Painter: Keyboards, Programming, Vocals, Engineer
  • Mitchel Forman: Piano
  • Gary Grant: Trumpet
  • Jerry Hey: Trumpet
  • Paulinho Da Costa: Percussion
  • Michael Landau: Guitar
  • Neil Stubenhaus: Bass
  • Arturo Velasco: Trombone
  • Dan Higgins: Saxophone
  • Leland Sklar: Bass
  • Billy Preston: Organ (Hammond)
  • Bill Reichenbach Jr.: Trombone
  • Charmain Renata: Hubbard Vocals, Choir, Chorus
  • Ron Marshall: Vocals, Choir, Chorus
  • Sarah Anindo Marshall: Vocals, Choir Master
  • Steve Sykes: Guitar, Background vocals, Engineer
  • Ayo Adeyemi: Vocals, Choir, Chorus
  • Malang Bayo: Vocals, Choir, Chorus
  • Patricio Castillo: Background vocals
  • María Del Rey: Background vocals, Contractor
  • Dennis Hetzendorfer: Engineer
  • Carlos Murguía: Background vocals
  • Dan Navarro: Background vocals
  • Kenny O'Brien: Background vocals
  • Terry Wood: Background vocals
  • Gisa Vatcky: Background vocals
  • Elhadj Malick Sow: Vocals, Choir, Chorus
  • Brad Kinney: Background vocals
  • Eric Ratz: Vocals, Engineer

Charts[edit]

Chart (1997/1998) Peak
position
US Billboard Top 200 Albums[7] 33
US Billboard Top Latin Albums[8] 1
US Billboard Latin Pop Albums[9] 1

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[11] Gold 120,000[10]
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[12] 2× Platinum 200,000^
United States (RIAA)[2] Platinum 1,000,000^
Summaries
Worldwide 5,000,000[13]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vivir at AllMusic
  2. ^ a b "American album certifications – Enrique Iglesias – Vivir". Recording Industry Association of America. If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH. 
  3. ^ ""Latin Pop Performance" on Rockonthenet.com". 25 February 1998. Retrieved 9 February 2012.
  4. ^ Figueroa, Acton (4 April 2019). "Booking Enrique Iglesias;".
  5. ^ Figueroa, Acton (2004). Julio Iglesias and Enrique Iglesias. Rosen Publishing Group. ISBN 9781404202603.
  6. ^ ""Top Latin Albums" on Billboard.com". 15 February 1997. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  7. ^ ""The Billboard 200" on Billboard.com". 15 February 1997. Archived from the original on 5 September 2014. Retrieved 3 December 2007.
  8. ^ ""Top Latin Albums" on Billboard.com". 10 October 1998. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  9. ^ ""Latin Pop Albums" on Billboard.com". 1 March 1997. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  10. ^ Perez, Luis. "Enrique Iglesias traz pela 1ª vez superprodução a SP". Folha de S.Paulo. Retrieved 22 July 2020.
  11. ^ "Brazilian album certifications – Enrique Iglesias – Vivir" (in Portuguese). Associação Brasileira dos Produtores de Discos.
  12. ^ Salaverrie, Fernando (September 2005). Sólo éxitos: año a año, 1959–2002 (PDF) (in Spanish) (1st ed.). Madrid: Fundación Autor/SGAE. p. 945. ISBN 84-8048-639-2. Retrieved 12 September 2019.
  13. ^ Figueroa, Acton (15 December 2004). Enrique Iglesias | Artist. grammy.com. p. 27. ISBN 9781404202603. Retrieved 5 March 2020.