17: Greatest Hits

~ Release by Ricky Martin (see all versions of this release, 5 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Livin' la Vida Loca
additional recording engineer:
Craig Lozowick and Nathan Malki
recording engineer and mixer:
Charles Dye
programming:
Randy Cantor
assistant engineer:
Craig Lozowick, Nathan Malki and Germán Ortiz
additional producer:
Iris Aponte and Brian Coleman (Manager/production coordinator)
co-producer:
Robi Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
producer:
Desmond Child
acoustic guitar and background vocals:
Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
flugelhorn and trumpet:
Tony Concepción
guitar:
Rusty Anderson
keyboard:
Randy Cantor
percussion:
Rafael Solano
vocals:
Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer, actor, author & King of latin pop)
arranger:
Randy Cantor
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP; normally not a release label) (in 1999)
recorded at and mixed at:
The Gentlemen’s Club in Miami Beach, Florida, United States
recording of:
Livin’ la Vida Loca (English version) (from 1998-10 until 1999-03)
writer:
Desmond Child and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
publisher:
PolyGram Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), A Phantom Vox Publishing (from 1999 to present), Desmophobia (from 1999 to present), PolyGram Music Publishing (from 1999 to present) and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (from 1999 to present)
lyrics quoted on:
Thong Song
Ricky Martin54:03
2María (Pablo Flores Spanglish radio edit)
additional producer:
Pablo Flores and Javier Garza
co-producer:
Ian Blake (pseudonym of Robi Rosa, associated with Ricky Martin)
producer:
Pablo Flores, Javier Garza, K. C. Porter and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
remixer:
Pablo Flores and Javier Garza
recording of:
María (Spanglish Version) (from 1998-10 until 1999-03)
writer:
Ian Blake (pseudonym of Robi Rosa, associated with Ricky Martin), Luis Gómez Escolar and K.C. Porter
translator:
Deborah Castillero
publisher:
Draco Cornelius Music (from 1995 to present), Mundo Nuevo Music (from 1995 to present), Música Calaca S.L. (from 1995 to present), Olinga Music (from 1995 to present), Para-sac Music Corporation (from 1995 to present) and Sony/ATV Latin Music Publishing (from 1995 to present)
translated version of:
María
Ricky Martin44:29
3She Bangs
recording engineer:
David Reitzas
producer:
Walter Afanasieff and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
recording of:
She Bangs
writer:
Walter Afanasieff, Desmond Child, Daniel Lopez (US spanish language songwriter), Glenn Monroig (cantautor puertorriqueño), Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa) and Julia Sierra
Ricky Martin54:40
4Shake Your Bon-Bon
additional recording engineer:
Charles Dye
recording engineer:
Randall Barlow (of Miami Sound Machine), Charles Dye, Javier Garza, Sebastián Krys, Freddy Piñero, Jr. and Elliot Scheiner
membranophone programming:
Randall Barlow (of Miami Sound Machine)
additional engineer:
Peter McCabe
assistant engineer:
Gustavo Bonnet, Tony Mardini and Ed Williams (Engineer)
co-producer:
Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
executive producer:
Emilio Estefan, Jr.
producer:
George Noriega
additional mixer:
Desmond Child
mixer:
Charles Dye and Tom McWilliams
acoustic guitar:
Dan Warner (producer, writer and studio guitarist)
additional keyboard:
Randy Cantor
bass, organ and vocoder:
George Noriega
clavinet:
David Siegel
electric guitar:
Rusty Anderson and Eric Bazilian
horn:
Teddy Mulet
membranophone:
Kenny Aronoff
background vocals:
Donna Allen, Rita Quintero and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
additional arranger:
Randall Barlow (of Miami Sound Machine)
recording of:
Shake Your Bon-Bon (from 1998-10 until 1999-03)
writer:
Desmond Child, George Noriega and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
publisher:
A Phantom Vox Publishing (from 1999 to present), Desmophobia (from 1999 to present), Foreign Imported Productions & Publishing, Inc. (from 1999 to present), PolyGram Music Publishing (from 1999 to present) and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (from 1999 to present)
Ricky Martin43:09
5Nobody Wants to Be Lonely
producer:
Walter Afanasieff
performer:
Christina Aguilera and Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer, actor, author & King of latin pop)
part of:
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 271)
recording of:
Nobody Wants to Be Lonely
writer:
Gary Burr (American musician, songwriter, and record producer), Desmond Child and Victoria Shaw
publisher:
Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Germany) GmbH (1998-2002) and Universal/MCA Music Publishing GmbH
Ricky Martin with Christina Aguilera4:09
6The Cup of Life (Crowd Noise)
recording of:
The Cup of Life
writer:
Desmond Child and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, BMG Rights Management (France) (not for release label use! file releases under its imprint “BMG (2008–present)), Deston Songs LLC, Warner Chappell Music France, ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部, フジパシフィック音楽出版 (until 2014-12-31), ヤマハミュージックパブリッシング (until 2017-03-31), PolyGram Music Publishing (from 1998 to ????), A Phantom Vox Publishing (from 1998 to present), Desmophobia (from 1998 to present), Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (from 1998 to present), フジパシフィックミュージック (from 2015-01-01 to present) and ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (from 2017-04-01 to present)
translated version of:
La copa de la vida
Ricky Martin4:31
7La Bomba
producer:
K. C. Porter and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP; normally not a release label) (from 1998 to present)
recording of:
La bomba (in 1997)
writer:
Luis Gómez Escolar, K.C. Porter and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
Ricky Martin54:34
8I Don't Care
producer:
Scott Storch (producer)
recording of:
I Don't Care
writer:
Fat Joe (US rapper, Terror Squad), Sean Garrett and Scott Storch (producer)
Ricky Martin feat. Fat Joe & Amerie33:51
9Private Emotion
additional recording engineer:
Jules Gondar, Craig Lozowick, Nathan Malki and Rik Pekkonen
recording engineer and mixer:
Charles Dye
assistant engineer:
Craig Lozowick, Nathan Malki, Germán Ortiz and Robert Valdez
co-producer:
Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
producer:
Desmond Child
bass:
Hugh McDonald (bassist)
cello:
Larry Corbett and Suzie Katayama
guitar and mandolin:
Eric Bazilian
membranophone:
Lee Levin
organ:
Rob Hyman
percussion:
Luis Enrique (Luis Enrique Mejía López, Nicaraguan singer and composer)
viola:
Denyse Buffum and John Scanlon
violin:
Joel Derouin, Michelle Richard (Violinist) and Eve Sprecher
background vocals:
Gyan (Gyan Evans, Australian musician)
guest vocals:
Meja
conductor:
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger)
performer:
Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer, actor, author & King of latin pop)
strings arranger:
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger)
recording of:
Private Emotion (from 1998-10 until 1999-03)
writer:
Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman
publisher:
Dub Notes Music (publisher) (from 1999 to present), Human Boy Music (from 1999 to present) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (from 1999 to present)
Ricky Martin with Meja44:00
10She's All I Ever Had
recording engineer:
Randall Barlow (of Miami Sound Machine), Scott Canto, Charles Dye, Marcelo Añez Fontana, Javier Garza, Sebastián Krys, Freddy Piñero, Jr. and Elliot Scheiner
membranophone programming:
Randall Barlow (of Miami Sound Machine)
assistant engineer:
Gustavo Bonnet and Tony Mardini
engineer:
Joe Chiccarelli
additional producer:
Walter Afanasieff
co-producer:
Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
executive producer:
Emilio Estefan, Jr.
producer:
George Noriega and Jon Secada
mixer:
Mick Guzauski
12 string guitar and electric guitar:
Eric Bazilian
acoustic guitar and electric guitar:
Tommy Anthony
bouzouki, classical guitar [nylon string guitar], keyboard and sitar:
George Noriega
brushes, shakers and snare drum:
Olbin Burgos
cello:
Larry Corbett, Dan Smith (cellist), Stefanie Fife, Suzie Katayama, Steve Richards (cellist) and Rudy Stein
double bass:
Jorge Casas
membranophone:
Kenny Aronoff
percussion:
Daniel Lopez (US spanish language songwriter)
viola:
Denyse Buffum, Matt Funes, John Scanlon and David Stenske
violin:
Murray Adler, Ruth Bruegger, Eve Butler, Susan Chatman, Joel Derouin, Bruce Dukov, Virginia Frazier, Harris Goldman, Endre Granat, Clayton Haslop, Gerardo Hilera (violinist), Bob Peterson (violinist), Michele Richards, Anatoly Rosinsky, Bob Sanov, 渡辺實和子, John Wittenberg and Ken Yerke
background vocals:
Jon Secada
conductor:
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger)
additional arranger:
Randall Barlow (of Miami Sound Machine)
recording of:
She’s All I Ever Had (from 1998-10 until 1999-03)
lyricist:
Jon Secada
writer:
George Noriega and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, Universal Music Publishing GmbH, Universal Music Publishing International Ltd., Universal Música Unica Publishing (Latin artist publishing), Universal Musica, Inc., A Phantom Vox Publishing (from 1999 to present), Estefan Music Publishing International (from 1999 to present), Foreign Imported Productions & Publishing, Inc. (from 1999 to present) and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (from 1999 to present)
Ricky Martin54:55
11Come to Me
producer:
Emilio Estefan, Jr. and George Noriega
recording of:
Come to Me
writer:
James Goodwin (Sale Central Scouts), Dave Resnik and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
Ricky Martin44:31
12The Best Thing About Me Is You
producer:
Desmond Child
guest vocals:
Joss Stone
recording of:
The Best Thing About Me Is You
writer:
Eric Bazilian, Andreas Carlsson (pop songwriter), Desmond Child and Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer, actor, author & King of latin pop)
Ricky Martin feat. Joss Stone43:35
13Spanish Eyes / Lola, Lola (medley) (music from 'One Night Only')
producer:
Desmond Child, George Noriega and K.C. Porter
recording of:
Lola, Lola
writer:
Ian Blake (pseudonym of Robi Rosa, associated with Ricky Martin), Luis Gómez Escolar and K.C. Porter
recording of:
Spanish Eyes (Ricky Martin)
writer:
Desmond Child and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
publisher:
PolyGram Music Publishing, A Phantom Vox Publishing (from 1999 to present), Desmophobia (from 1999 to present) and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (from 1999 to present)
Ricky Martin5:46
14Loaded (George Noriega radio edit 2)
producer:
Emilio Estefan, Jr., George Noriega and Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa)
recording of:
Loaded
writer:
George Noriega, Draco Rosa (Robert Edward Rosa Suárez aka Robi Draco Rosa) and Jon Secada
Ricky Martin3:48
15It's Alright
producer:
Daniel Lopez (US spanish language songwriter), Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer, actor, author & King of latin pop), George Pajon, Jr. and will.i.am (William James Adams Jr., producer and member of Black Eyed Peas)
recording of:
It's Alright
writer:
Javier García (US latin pop artist), Soraya Lamilla, Daniel Lopez (US spanish language songwriter) and George Pajon, Jr.
Ricky Martin43:31
16Pégate (MTV unplugged version, radio edit)
producer:
David Cabrera and Tommy Torres
recording of:
Pégate
writer:
Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer, actor, author & King of latin pop), Roy Tavare and Tommy Torres
Ricky Martin3:10
17Más (Wally Bilingual remix)
producer:
Desmond Child and Wally Lopez
recording of:
Más
writer:
Claudia Brant, Desmond Child, Ferras Alqaisi, Ricky Martin (Puerto Rican singer, actor, author & King of latin pop) and Tainy (Marcos Efraín Masís, reggaeton producer)
Ricky Martin44:29