Fandom

Music Wiki

Preciso de Ti

17,434pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Comments0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Preciso de Ti
Live album by Diante do Trono
Released 2001
Recorded 14 July 2001, Mineirão Stadium, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil (210,000 people present)
Genre Contemporary Christian
Length 73:04 (CD) and 96:25 (DVD & VHS)
Label Diante do Trono
Producer Diante do Trono
Diante do Trono
Live Praise & Worship chronology
Águas Purificadoras
(2000)
Preciso de Ti
(2001)
Nos Braços do Pai
(2002)

Preciso de Ti is the fourth album in the live praise and worship series of Christian Contemporary music by Diante do Trono.

About the Project Edit

In the pre-recording of the Preciso de Ti, the mining group released the Águas Purificadoras album, recorded at the Gameleira Park, in Belo Horizonte.

The Diante do Trono booked the Governor Magalhães Pinto Stadium, Mineirão, to record the fourth album - Preciso de Ti. In July 2001, with a stage of 42 feet, 210,000 people attended the event. It was the largest crowd ever recorded in history the stadium according to ADEMG (the government agency responsible for administering stages of Minas Gerais). Preciso de Ti also marked the history of Diante do Trono to receive three Indian girls recovered by India Project. Along with the whole group they sang and danced.[1]

In this album also all tracks are authored by Ana Paula Valadão.

Nowadays, the theme song "Preciso de Ti" is sung throughout Brazil, and even in other countries.

For this CD, Diante do Trono was recognized by Talent Trophy 2002, Grammy gospel music in Brazil, as Group of the Year and the title track of the CD Preciso de Ti won the award for Song of the Year.[2]

According to ABPD (Brazilian Association of Record Producers) album Preciso de Ti sold 2 million copies around the Brazil and is the album of gospel music's best-selling history of Brazil and is in 15th position in the list of albums more sold in Brazil's history.[3]

The song "Preciso de Ti", like other tracks on the album as "Deus de Milagres", was written in a moment of sadness in the life of Ana Paula Valadão. Newly married, during the honeymoon, her husband Gustavo Bessa crashed jet ski.

The song "Preciso de Ti" is the most re-recorded by the ministry Diante do Trono. Two versions of the song in English, both written by Ana Paula Valadão, but with different lyrics, the first was presented in some ministries in the United States and other English-speaking countries were also made.

Track Listing (CD) Edit

Song Author Worship Leader Duration
Quero Subir Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão 5:57
Em Teus Átrios Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão 5:59
Insaciável Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão 5:02
Conhecerei Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão 4:39
Mais do que Tudo Ana Paula Valadão André Valadão 5:07
Ouve, Senhor Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão 4:38
Deus de Milagres Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão 6:34
Coração Igual ao Teu Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão & Maximiliano Moraes 5:08
Preciso de Ti Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão, Helena Tannure e João Lúcio Tannure 15:19
Leva-me Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão & Nívea Soares 7:41
Em Toda a Terra Ana Paula Valadão Ana Paula Valadão 6:55

Track Listing (DVD) Edit

Song Worship Leader
Quero Subir Ana Paula Valadão
Em Teus Átrios Ana Paula Valadão
Insaciável Ana Paula Valadão
Conhecerei Ana Paula Valadão
Mais do que Tudo André Valadão
Ouve, Senhor Ana Paula Valadão
Deus de Milagres Ana Paula Valadão
Coração Igual ao Teu Ana Paula Valadão & Maximiliano Moraes
Preciso de Ti Ana Paula Valadão, Helena Tannure e João Lúcio Tannure
Leva-me Ana Paula Valadão & Nívea Soares
Em Toda a Terra Ana Paula Valadão

ReferencesEdit

Template:Diante do Trono albums

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki