Corazón Partío

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"Corazón Partío" Single by Alejandro Sanz from the album Más Released 1997 Recorded 1997 Genre Latin pop Length 5:46 Label WEA Latina Writer(s) Alejandro Sanz Alejandro Sanz singles chronology "Y, ¿Si Fuera Ella?" (1997) "Corazón Partío" (1997) "Amiga Mía" (1998) "Corazón Partío" (English: "Broken heart") is a song written and performed by Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz from his 1997 album Más. Released as a single, the flamenco-influenced upbeat song was his international breakthrough[1][2] and entered several Billboard charts in the United States, including Hot Latin Tracks and Hot Dance Singles Sales.[3] A remix of the song, released in 1998, reached number one in Spain.[4] Contents 1 Reception 2 Other versions 3 Chart performance 4 References 5 External links Reception[edit] Allmusic writer Jason Birchmeier called "Corazón Partío" a "key hit single [...] that transcended his core female audience," adding that it was "a hit so big it changed the course of Sanz's career."[1] The song was honored with wins at the Premios Ondas[5] and BMI Latin Awards.[6] The song is a staple of Sanz's live shows, with Sanz noting that "I can't stop playing that or they will throw rocks at me".[7] A live version of the song is included on Sanz's 2001 MTV Unplugged album.[8] The song also received a nomination for Pop Song of the Year at the 1999 Lo Nuestro Awards.[9] Other versions[edit] Julio Iglesias recorded a cover version of "Corazón Partío" on his 2000 album Noche de Cuatro Lunas.[10] Manny Manuel covered the song in merengue in his 1998 album, Es Mi Tiempo.[11] Clave Norteña performed a Regional Mexican version which peaked at #15 on the Billboard Regional Mexican Songs chart.[12] Portuguese jazz singer Maria João covered the track on her 2002 Undercovers album.[13] American pianist Arthur Hanlon included his rendition of the song on his 2003 album 11 Numeros Unos.[14] Brazilian singer Ivete Sangalo performed the song with Sanz on her 2007 live CD/DVD Multishow ao Vivo: Ivete no Maracanã.[15] Chart performance[edit] Chart (1997-1998) Peak position Spanish Singles Chart[4] 1 U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales[3] 41 U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks[3] 3 U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[3] 3 U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay[3] 7 References[edit] ^ a b Birchmeier, Jason. "Alejandro Sanz - Biography". Allmusic (Macrovision Corporation). Retrieved 2009-12-08.  ^ Cobo, Leila (2 써니넷