Yo te pido amor

Yo Te Pido Amor is the sixth album by Mexican iconic pop singer Yuri. It was released on November 21, 1985. She returned with a new label EMI Music, and once again it was a huge success.

Yo Te Pido Amor
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 21, 1985
Recorded1985
GenrePop
LabelEMI Music
Yuri chronology
Tiempos Mejores
(1984)
Yo Te Pido Amor
(1985)
Un corazón herido
(1986)

Critical receptionEdit

The album was nominated to the Grammy Awards for Best Latin Pop Performance, among José Feliciano, Pandora, Danny Rivera and José José, losing to "Le Lo Lai" by Feliciano.[1] Yo Te Pido Amor sold 600,000 units.[1].[better source needed]

Track listingEdit

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Dame un beso"Difelisatti, J.R. FlorezNoé-Santapaga, Gian Pierto Felisatti, Jesús Glück3:08
2."Yo te pido amor"Difelisatti, J.R. FlorezGian Pierto Felisatti, Jesús Glück3:45
3."El amor es un boomerang"A. Marcos, J.R. FlorezNoé-Santapaga, Gian Pierto Felisatti2:50
4."Perdona"Hernaldo ZúñigaGian Pierto Felisatti, Jesús Glück3:42
5."Sálvame"Jesús Glück, J.R. FlorezGian Pierto Felisatti, Eduardo Leyva3:25
6."Déjala"Difelisatti, J.R. FlorezGian Pierto Felisatti, Eduardo Leyva3:34
7."Mal"Damiani, Del Sarto, J.R. FlorezGian Pierto Felisatti2:50
8."Te quiero"J.R. FlorezGian Pierto Felisatti, Eduardo Leyva3:40
9."Si te pierdo"Hernaldo ZúñigaGian Pierto Felisatti, Jesús Glück3:11
10."Carrillón"Loris Ceroni, J.R. FlorezNoé-Santapaga3:25

ProductionEdit

  • Executive producer: Miguel Blasco
  • Director: Gian Pietro Felisatti
  • Musical Arrangements: Gian Pietro Felisatti, Noah-Santapaga
  • String Arrangements: Gian Pietro Felisatti, Jesus Gluck, Eduardo Leyva
  • Recording Studio: Eurosonic (Madrid) and Baby Studios (Milan)
  • Sound engineer: Massimo Noé and J. Alvarez Alija
  • Assistant: Alberto Pinto
  • Musicians: Lele Melotti (Drums), Pino Santapaga (Guitar), Luigi Capellot (Bass), Piero Cairo (Keyboards)
  • Photography: Serapio Carreño
  • Graphic design: ZEN
  • Stylist: Cheska

SinglesEdit

  1. "Yo te pido amor"
  2. "Dame un beso"
  3. "Déjala"
  4. "El amor es un boomerang"
  5. "Te quiero"

Single ChartsEdit

# Title Mexico Hot Lat. Costa Rica Venezuela Argentina Colombia Guatemala
1. "Dame un beso" #1 #28 [2] #1 #1 #1 #1 #1
2. "Yo te pido amor" #1 n/a #1 #1 #5 #1 #1
3. "Déjala" #1 n/a #1 #10 #19 #5 #1

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Hunt, Dennis (January 9, 1987). "Grammy Nominations: Highs and Lows: Winwood, Gabriel and Simon Garner Most Nominations". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved November 26, 2012.