Limón y Sal

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Limón y Sal
Studio album by Julieta Venegas
Released May 30, 2006
Recorded 2005-2006
Mondomix (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Genre Latin pop
Length 46:49 CD, Digital download
Label Sony International
Producer Cachorro López
Julieta Venegas chronology

(2003)
Limón y Sal
(2006)
Realmente lo Mejor
(2007)

Limón y Sal ("Lemon and Salt") is the fourth studio album released by Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas.

Track listing[change | change source]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Canciones de amor (Love Songs)"   Venegas Cachorro López, Venegas 2:53
2. "Me voy (I'm Leaving)"   Venegas López, Venegas 3:10
3. "Primer día" (First Day)" (feat. Dante Spinetta) Venegas, Spinetta López, Venegas 3:57
4. "Limón y sal (Lemon and Salt)"   Venegas, Jorge Villamizar López, Venegas 3:28
5. "Dulce compañía (Sweet Company)"   Venegas López, Venegas 3:23
6. "De qué me sirve (What Good Is It?)"   Venegas, Coti Sorokin Sorokin, Venegas 2:37
7. "Adonde sea (Wherever It Might Be)"   Venegas López, Venegas 2:57
8. "Mírame bien (Look Right at Me)"   Venegas* López, Venegas 3:38
9. "No seré (I Won't Be)"   Venegas, Sorokin Sorokin, Venegas 2:59
10. "Última vez (Last Time)"   Venegas, López Lópeaz, Venegas 4:00
11. "Eres para mí" (You're Meant for Me)" (feat. Anita Tijoux) Venegas, Tijoux López, Venegas 3:13
12. "No Hace Falta (You Don't Have To)"   Venegas, Sorokin, López^ López, Venegas 3:29
13. "Te voy a mostrar (I Will Show You)"   Venegas López, Venegas 3:19
14. "Sin documentos (Undocumented)" (Bonus Track) Andrés Calamaro López, Venegas 3:49

^ Additional Production * Co-producer

Personnel[change | change source]

  • Julieta Venegas - vocals, background vocals accordion, acoustic guitar, keyboards, programming
  • Juanchi Baleiron - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, baritone guitar
  • Cachorro López - Baritone guitar, electric guitar (electric), bass, keyboards, composer
  • Coti Sorokin - Guita (electric), bass, vocals (background), composer
  • Dany Ávila - Drums
  • Guille Vadalá - Bass, banjo
  • Ernesto Snajer - Guitar (acoustic), teen-strings guitar
  • Facundo Guevara - Percussions
  • Dante Spinetta - Vocals, composer
  • Juan Blas Caballero - Programming, keyboards, guitar (electric)
  • Jorge Villamizar - Composer
  • Juan Cruz de Urquiza - Flugelhorn, trombone
  • Matias Sorokin - Slide guitar
  • Anita Tijoux - Vocals, vocals (background), composer
  • Sebastián Schon - Keyboards, programming
  • Sviatoslav Poloudine - Cello
  • Pepito Mezclero - Scream

Production[change | change source]

  • Producer: Cachorro López
  • Co-producers: Coti Sorokin, Julieta Venegas
  • Engineers: Cachorro López, Coti Sorokin, Julieta Venegas
  • Mixing: César Sogbe
  • Mastering: José Blanco
  • A&R direction: Guillermo Gutiérrez-Leyva
  • A&R coordination: Gilda Oropeza
  • Photography: Gustavo Di Mario
  • Design: Alejandro Ros
  • Hair: Alejandra Campos
  • Makeup: Victoria Santillán
  • Style: Sergio De Loof

Chart[change | change source]

Year-end charts[change | change source]

Chart (2006) Position
Mexican Album Chart[19] 16
Mexican Album Chart (Spanish Album Chart)[20] 12
Chart (2007) Position
Mexican Albums Chart[21] 92

Awards[change | change source]

Latin Grammy[change | change source]

Year Title Result
2006
Album of The Year Nominated
Best Alternative Music Album Won
Producer of The Year (Cachorro López) Won

Grammy Award[change | change source]

Year Title Result
2006
Best Latin Pop Album Won

Release history[change | change source]

Country Date Label
Spain May 25, 2006 Sony BMG
Italy May 30, 2006
Mexico
Switzerland June 6, 2006
United States Sony Music International

References[change | change source]

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