Tigo Music Sessions

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Tigo Music Sessions
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Live album by
Released15 August 2014 (2014-08-15)
RecordedFebruary 2014
  • 27:06 (DVD and streamed audio)
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Tigo Music Sessions

Tigo Music Sessions is the third live album by Colombian recording artist Juanes. The album was released in two commercial music formats, the first was on DVD format that was distributed through Colombian newspaper El Tiempo, in the editions of August 15 and 16 of 2014. [1] The second was an exclusive release to commercial music streaming service Deezer, sponsored by Tigo Music released on August 15, 2014 by Universal Music Latin. [2] The live album served to hold the promotion of his sixth studio album Loco de Amor . [3]


Track listing

Tigo Music Sessions — Streamed audio [4]
1."Mil Pedazos"Juanes, Emmanuel del Real Steve Lillywhite 3:23
2."Loco de Amor"Juanes, Raquel BorgesLillywhite3:32
3."La Luz"JuanesLillywhite3:24
4."Una Flor"Juanes, Fernando TobónLillywhite3:49
6."Me Enamoré de Ti"Juanes, Miguel Bosé Lillywhite4:29
7."Es Por Ti"JuanesLillywhite4:18
Total length:27:06
DVD (Only Colombia) [5]
1."Mil Pedazos"3:23
2."Loco de Amor"3:32
3."La Luz"3:24
6."Me Enamoré de Ti"4:29
7."Entrevista + Detrás de Cámaras"4:30
8."La Luz" (Music video)3:38
9."Mil Pedazos" (Music video)3:21

Release history

Bolivia [6] August 15, 2014 Stream Universal Music Latino
Colombia [7] Stream, DVD
El Salvador [8] Stream
Guatemala [9]
Honduras [10]
Paraguay [11] October 2, 2014

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