Frenesí is a 1992 Grammy Award-winning album by American singer, songwriter, and producer Linda Ronstadt.

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Frenesí was released on September 15, 1992. It was Ronstadt's third Spanish-language album. After many years out of print, this album was reissued, along with Ronstadt's two Mariachi discs, in 2016.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic [1]
Entertainment Weekly C[2]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide [3]

Frenesí reached #193 on the Billboard album chart, #3 on the Top Latin Albums chart, and #17 on the Tropic/Salsa chart. Three singles charted on the Hot Latin Tracks chart: "Frenesi" at #5, "Perfidia" at #7, and "Entre Abismos" at #33.
At the 35th Grammy Awards, Frenesí won the Grammy Award for Best Tropical Latin Album.
Music critic Roch Parisien rated the album poorly in his Allmusic review, writing: "...there's little that sounds street level or rootsy about these sessions. I can't help picturing a wind-up lounge band holding court at some tourist-trap Holiday Inn in Acapulco."[1]
Track listing[edit]

1. "Frenesí" (Frenzy) Alberto Dominguez, Leonard Whitcup 3:30
2. "Mentira Salome" (Lie Salome) Ignacio Piñeiro 2:50
3. "Alma Adentro" (Deep Within My Soul) Sylvia Rexach 3:11
4. "Entre Abismos" (Between Abysses) Victor Manuel Mato 3:21
5. "Cuando Me Querias Tú" (When You Loved Me) Emilio Catarell Vela 3:07
6. "Piel Canela" (Cinnamon Skin) Bobby Capó, Silvano Michelino, X. Regianni 3:02
7. "Verdad Amarga" (Bitter Truth) Consuelo Velázquez 3:23
8. "Despojos" (Fragments) Francisco Arrieta 3:02
9. "En Mi Soledad" (In My Solitude) Miguel Pous 2:53
10. "Piensa en Mí" (Think of Me) Maria Teresa Lara 2:55
11. "Quiéreme Mucho" (Love Me a Lot) Augustin Rodriguez, Gonzalo Roig 3:23
12. "Perfidia" (Perfidy) Alberto Dominguez, Milton Leeds 3:44
13. "Te Quiero Dijiste" (I Love You, You Said) Maria Mendez Grever 4:01


Linda Ronstadt – vocals
Tito Allen – background vocals
Juan Jose Almaguer – vocals
Jesús Guzmán – vocals
Adalberto Santiago – vocals
Bob Mann – guitar
Oscar Meza – bass
Gilberto Puente – guitar
Joe Rotondi – piano
Guillermo Edghill – bass
Luis Conte – percussion
Walfredo de los Reyes, Sr. – percussion
Armando Peraza – percussion
Pancho Roman – percussion
Orestes Vilató – percussion
Justo Almario – horn
Gene Burkert – horn
Dennis Farias – horn
Ramon Flores – horn
Daniel Fornero – horn
Mike Turre – horn
Arturo Velasco – horn
Harry Kim – horn
José Román – horn
Joel Peskin – horn
Debra Henry – strings
James Hurley – strings
Roxanna Jacobson – strings
David Kadarauch – strings
Clifton Foster – strings
Ruth Freeman – strings
Stuart Canin – strings
Jeremy Cohen – strings
Adrienne Duckworth – strings
Jim Dukey – strings
Joseph Edelberg – strings
Ronald Erickson – strings
Jenny Amador – strings
Jeff Beal – strings
William Klingelhofer – strings
Bill Klingelhoffer – strings
Katie McElrath – strings
Sharon O'Connor – strings
Irene Sazer – strings
Rebecca Sebring – strings
James Shallenberger – strings
Greg Sudmeir – strings
Mark Summer – strings
John Tenney – strings
Martha Henninger Rubin – strings
Nathan Rubin – strings
Virginia Price-Kvistad – strings
Production notes:
Peter Asher – producer, engineer
George Massenburg – producer, mixing, engineer
Ray Santos – arranger
David Gleeson – engineer
Craig Silvey – engineer
Brett Swain – engineer
Nathaniel Kunkel – engineer
Robert Blakeman – photography
Kosh Art Direction – design