Pecados y Milagros

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Pecados y milagros
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 18, 2011 (2011-10-18)
Recorded2011
AT Studio in México City, Soundworks Recording Studio in New York.
GenreLatin, world music, traditional[1][1]
Length46:04
LanguageSpanish, Nahuatl
LabelSony Music Latin
ProducerLila Downs, Paul Cohen, Aneiro Taño
Lila Downs chronology
'Lila Downs y La Misteriosa in París
(2010)
Pecados y milagros
Singles from Pecados y milagros
  1. "Palomo del comalito"
    Released: October 18, 2011
  2. "Pecadora"
    Released: November 21, 2011

Pecados y Milagros (English: Sins and Miracles) is the seventh album by Mexican Latin singer Lila Downs.[2] It was released in 2011. It reached the top of the charts in Mexico, Germany, Argentina, Colombia, Spain and the United States. It also reached the top ten in other major markets. Downs did a tour for the album called the "Pecados y Milagros World Tour". The singles on Pecados y Milagros are: "Palomo del Comalito", "Zapata se Queda" and "Mezcalito". In 2012 the album Pecados y Milagros won a Grammy Award for "Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)".[3] The same year it won a Latin Grammy Award for "Best Folk Album".[4] The main music genres which make up the album are pop, folk and ska.

Track listing[change | change source]

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Mezcalito"  Lila Downs/Paul Cohen 4:28
2. "Tu Cárcel"  Marco Antonio Solis 3:44
3. "Zapata se Queda (feat. Totó la Momposina & Celso Piña)"  Lila Downs/Paul Cohen 4:25
4. "Vámonos"  José Alfredo Jiménez 3:32
5. "Cucurrucucú Paloma"  Tomás Mendez 4:51
6. "La Reyna del Inframundo"  Lila Downs/Paul Cohen 3:11
7. "Fallaste Corazón"  Cuco Sánchez 4:45
8. "Solamente un Día"  Lila Downs/Paul Cohen 3:43
9. "Xochipitzahua (Flor menudita)"  Dominio Popular 1:13
10. "Palomo del Comalito (La Molienda)"  Lila Downs/Paul Cohen 4:08
11. "Dios Nunca Muere (feat. La Banda Tierra Mojada)"  Macedonio Alcalá/Julián Maqueo 4:56
12. "Pecadora (feat. Emmanuel Horvilleur, Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas)"  Lila Downs/Paul Cohen 4:08
13. "Cruz de Olvido"  Juan Zaizar 4:49
14. "Misa Oaxaqueña (feat. La Banda Tierra Mojada)"  Timoteo Cruz Santos 3:24

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Lila Downs publica Pecados y milagros" (in Spanish). MSN.com (Noticias). Retrieved 2012-01-15.
  2. Lila Downs-Pecados y Milagros Allmusic.
  3. "Winners (any)". Grammy.org. Retrieved 11 March 2015.
  4. "Winners; 2012, 13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards". The Recording Academy. Retrieved 11 March 2015.