Tiempo de Vals

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Tiempo de Vals
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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 7, 1990 (1990-08-07)
Genre Latin pop
Label CBS Discos
Chayanne chronology
Tiempo de Vals
Singles from Tiempo de Vals
  1. "Completamente Enamorados"
    Released: 1990 (1990)
  2. "Simon Sez"
    Released: 1990 (1990)
  3. "Daría Cualquier Cosa"
    Released: 1990 (1990)
  4. "Tiempo de Vals"
    Released: 1991 (1991)
  5. "La Fuerza de Amar"
    Released: 1991 (1991)
  6. "Soleil, Soleil"
    Released: 1991 (1991)

Tiempo de Vals (English: Waltz Time) is the fifth studio album recorded by Puerto Rican performer Chayanne, It was released by CBS Discos on August 7, 1990 (see 1990 in music). The album was the third released on the Sony Music label, and featured successful singles four singles that reach on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart: "Completamente Enamorados" (that peaked #1 on that chart for five weeks), "Daría Cualquier Cosa", "Simon Sez" (which was the first song by Chayanne ever recorded in English), and "Tiempo de Vals". The song "Soleil, Soleil", is a cover of the song by Scottish pop group Middle of the Road, but with Spanish lyrics. The album sold 1,000,000 copies worldwide. [1]


The titular song "Tiempo de Vals" has become a staple as the opening dance for Quinceañera parties and wedding receptions in Latin America replacing earlier more traditional waltzes.

Track listing

1."Completamente Enamorados" E. Ramazzotti · A. Cogliati · P. Cassano · Adap: Luis G. Escolar4:21
2."Daría Cualquier Cosa"Luis G. Escolar · J. Seijas3:24
3."Simon Sez"K. García · H. Alamaguer4:35
4."Soleil, Soleil" F. Arbex · Adapt: R. Livi 3:14
5."Tiempo de Vals" J. M. Cano 4:11
6."Dónde Vas"Torcuato · C. Rabello · Adapt: R. Livi 5:25
7."La Fuerza de Amar"C. Horsth · R. Baños · Adapt: Luis G. Escobar4:51
8."Sueño Perdido"M. Sullivan · P. Manadas · Adapt: R. Livi 3:43
9."No Pensar en Tí"I. Canut · C. G. Berlanga5:13
Total length:38:35

Music videos

  1. Completamente Enamorados
  2. Daría Cualquier Cosa
  3. Simon Sez
  4. Tiempo de Vals

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