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Turmalina
Natalia Oreiro-Turmalina2002.jpg
Studio album by Natalia Oreiro
Released June 1, 2002
Recorded January–May 2002 (Buenos Aires (Argentina), Miami, Florida (U.S.), Montevideo (Uruguay)
Genre Latin pop, Pop rock
Length 39:34
Language Spanish
Label BMG Ariola Argentina,
Sony BMG Czech Republic (Turmalina Kachorra Edition)
Producer Kike Santander, Andrés Múnera, Fernando "Toby" Tobón, Daniel Betancourt, José Gaviria, Jaime Roos
Natalia Oreiro chronology
Tu Veneno
(2000)
Turmalina
(2002)
Turmalina Kachorra Edition
Turmalina Kachorra Edition Cover
Turmalina Kachorra Edition Cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Turmalina is the third album by Uruguayan singer and actress Natalia Oreiro. It is also her first Spanish language album since 2000.

Background and production

Turmalina was produced by Latin maker Kike Santander and reflects and important step forward in Natalia Oreiro's musical career. The album was recorded in US, in the middle of the artist's worldwide tour. Natalia travelled with her musicians from Russia to Miami, from Miami to Prague, from Prague to Bucarest, from Bucarest to Miami for several months. Turmalina is a combination of rhythms such as rock, pop and some sort of reminiscent of the 70's and 80's sounds. It also combines murga, candombe and ballads. Everything carefully followed by guitar and percussion arrangements specially made by Uruguayan talent Jaime Roos.

On this album, Oreiro write and composed the songs: "Alas de libertad" (Wings of freedom), which is inspired by kids she met some time ago in the city of Jujuy, Argentina; "Mar" (Sea) tells the love story between a sailor and his girlfriend. Natalia also contributed to the lyrics of "Cayendo" (Falling) and "Caprichos" (Whims).

"Que Digan Lo Que Quieran" (Let Them Say What They Want) is Turmalina's first single. "Cuesta arriba, cuesta abajo" is the song related to the soap opera "Runaway Lady". The album had a simultaneous release in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Czech Republic, Russia, Hungary, Greece, Romania, Israel and Korea. Nearly 1.800.000 copies of this album have been sold worldwide.

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "No Soporto"
  • Andrés Múnera
  • Fernando "Toby" Tobón
3:27
2. "Que Digan lo que Quieran" K. Santander
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
3:55
3. "Amor Fatal"
  • José Luis Arroyave
  • Giovani Correa
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
3:07
4. "Alas de Libertad"
  • Natalia Oreiro
  • Marcelo Wengrovsky
  • K. Santander
  • Daniel Betancourt
4:12
5. "Canto Canto"
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
3:08
6. "Cayendo"
  • Oreiro
  • José Gaviria
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
3:08
7. "Por Verte Otra Vez" K. Santander
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
3:27
8. "Cuesta Arriba, Cuesta Abajo"
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
  • Gaviria
3:41
9. "(El Burrito de Washington Oreiro) No Va Más"
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
3:14
10. "Pasión Celeste"
  • Roos
3:39
11. "Mar" Oreiro
  • K. Santander
  • Múnera
  • Tobón
4:30
Total length: 39:34

Personnel

Credits for Turmalina adapted from Allmusic:[2]

  • Cristian Algañaraz – Engineer
  • Amadeo Alvarez – Production Assistant
  • Marcelo Añez – Engineer
  • Daniel Báez – Engineer
  • Mariano Barroso – Tambourine
  • David Betancourt – Arranger, Engineer, Keyboard Programming, Producer
  • Brendan Buckley – Bateria
  • Ed Calle – Direcccion de Cuerdas, Guest Artist
  • Coti – Composer
  • Mike Couzzi – Engineer
  • Tulio Cremisini – Composer
  • Mike Fuller – Mastering
  • Claudia Garcia – Coros
  • José Gaviria – Arranger, Composer, Coros, Producer
  • Martín Ibarburu – drums
  • Jacqueline – Coro
  • Juanes – Engineer
  • Brian Kraz – Production Assistant
  • Jose Lopera – drums
  • Juan Cristobal Losada – Engineer
  • Sergio Minski – Producer, Production Coordination
  • Andrés Múnera – Arranger, Cuerda, Engineer, Keyboard Programming, Producer, Programming
  • Alfredo Oliva – Concert Comedienne
  • Natalia Oreiro – Artistic Director, Composer, lead Artist
  • Catalina Rodríguez – Coros
  • Jaime Roos – Arranger, Composer, Engineer, Guitar (Bass), Producer
  • Manuel Sanchez – Engineer
  • Kike Santander – Arranger, Composer, Executive Producer, Producer
  • Richard Serotta – Production Assistant
  • Andrés Felipe Silva – Executive Director
  • Fernando Tobon – Arranger, Bajo Sexto, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Electroacoustic), Producer
  • Juan Jose Virviescas – Engineer

Charts

Year Single Chart position
Polonia Argentina Russia Czech Espana
2002 Cuesta Arriba, Cuesta Abajo #17 #19 #1 #11 #15
Que Digan Lo Que Quieran #2 #1 #1 #5 #5

Release history

Region Date Label
June 1, 2002 Argentina BMG Ariola Argentina
October 13, 2003 Czech Republic Sony BMG Czech Republic

References

  1. ^ Bonacich, Drago. Turmalina at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Turmalina – Natalia Oreiro – Credits – AllMusic". AllMusic.

External links

  1. Natalia Oreiro Official Site
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