México


México
México >> Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas
Live album by Alejandro Fernández
Released October 25, 2005
Recorded

June 22, 2005 at
El Nuevo Palacio de Congresos

(Madrid, España)
Genre Latin pop
Length 62:54
Label Sony BMG
Producer

Aureo Baqueiro (CD)

Álvaro Santamarina (DVD)
Alejandro Fernández chronology
A Corazón Abierto
(2004)
México >> Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas
(2005)
Viento A Favor (2007)
Singles from México - Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas
  1. "Qué Voy a Hacer Con Mi Amor"
    Released: 2005

México >> Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas is the fourteenth album recorded by Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández, a concert made on June 22, 2005 in "El Nuevo Palacio de Congresos" in Madrid, Spain. A spectacular production that counted on the participation of more than 28 musicians in which Alejandro interpreted his biggest successes. Some of the most outstanding moments were the duets with Amaia Montero (from La Oreja de Van Gogh), the Spanish singer Malú and Diego "El Cigala". In words of the same Alejandro: "An unforgettable, very intimate, magical and special concert".

Contents

Track-listing

CD

  1. Obertura/ Canta corazón (Gian Marco) - 5:06
  2. Abrázame (Rafael Ferro García, Julio Iglesias) - 5:23
  3. Me dediqué a perderte (dueto con Amaia) (Leonel García) - 4:08
  4. Popurrí Juan Gabriel (Juan Gabriel) - 8:04
  5. Todo (Leonel García) - 3:39
  6. Tantita pena (Kiko Campos, Fernando Riba) - 4:58
  7. Como yo te amé (Armando Manzanero) - 3:54
  8. Contigo aprendí (dueto con Malú) (Armando Manzanero) - 5:14
  9. Qué voy a hacer con mi amor (Luis Carlos Monroy, Raúl Ornelas) - 5:04
  10. Como quien pierde una estrella (dueto con Diego "El Cigala") (Humberto Estrada) - 5:46
  11. El rey (José Alfredo Jiménez) - 2:40
  12. México lindo y querido (Chucho Monge) - 4:05
  13. Para vivir (Versión Acústica) (Kike Santander) - 4:53

DVD

  1. Obertura/ Canta corazón
  2. Abrázame
  3. Me dediqué a perderte (dueto con Amaia)
  4. Popurrí Juan Gabriel
  5. Todo
  6. Tantita pena
  7. Como yo te amé
  8. Contigo aprendí (dueto con Malú)
  9. Granada
  10. Qué voy a hacer con mi amor
  11. Como quien pierde una estrella (dueto con Diego "El Cigala")
  12. El rey
  13. México lindo y querido

Chart Performance

Album

Year Chart Peak Weeks on Chart
2005 Billboard Latin Pop Albums 5 [1] 14
2005 Billboard Top Latin Albums 10 [2] 16
2005 Billboard Top Heatseekers 12 [3] 9
2005 Billboard Top Heatseekers (Pacific) 5 [4] 8
2005 Billboard Top Heatseekers (South Atlantic) 6 [5] 2
2005 Billboard Top Heatseekers (South Central) 6 [6] 2

Singles

Year Chart Track Peak Weeks on Chart
2005 Billboard Hot Latin Songs Que Voy A Hacer Con Mi Amor 31 [7] 20
2005 Billboard Latin Pop Airplay Que Voy A Hacer Con Mi Amor 5 [8] 27

Sales and certifications

Region Certification Sales/shipments
Mexico (AMPROFON)[1] 4× Platinum 400,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

References


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