Saturday, February 22, 2014

Spain - Dancing In The Rain - Ruth Lorenzo

Digital release image Eurovision version
10 - 74 pts / not in semi
Digital release image original version
Ruth Lorenzo (Ruth Lorenzo Pascual) has won the 5-song national final in Spain with the song Dancing In The Rain. The song is sung in Spanish and English.
The song is written by Ruth Lorenzo, Jim Irvin and Julian Emery.
A new version has been released for Eurovision, both the original and new version have been released through iTunes and other digital sources.
Dancing In The Rain (Eurovision version) is included on Ruth Lorenzo's new album Planeta Azul, originally expected March 1st but now on the cards for September, November.
The album also includes Ruths new single Gigantes. See tracklist below.

Ruth gained some international stardom when she finished 5th in the 2008 X-Factor series in the U.K..



promo folder
CDsingle
A physical release (cd single) is out in Spain since April 29, available at Fnac & El Cortes Ingles stores in Spain. Also at ECI online store. The cdsingle in card sleeve features 1 track only.
(Roster music 8435361706995)
The promo used in Copenhagen is a 1-track cdsingle in a large folder. (pic right)

Cahill remixes
After a period of time where Ruth's Cahill remixes were available through her facebook and youtube, you now can only get them through iTunes. See versions.

Versions
Dancing In The Rain - Eurovision version
- digital release, on the official Copenhagen 2CD
Dancing In The Rain - original version
- digital release
Dancing In The Rain - Cahill English club mix
Dancing In The Rain - Cahill English radio mix
Dancing In The Rain - Cahill Spanish & English Club Mix
Dancing In The Rain - Cahill Spanish & English Radio Mix
- remixes free download through Ruth's Facebook, digital release iTunes
Dancing In The Rain - Karaoke
- on the official karaoke collection, digital release
A full English version has only been released as a remix (so far).


Tracklist Planeta Azul
1. Planeta azul
2. Gigantes
3. Noche en blanco
4. Parar el tiempo
5. Renuncio
6. Rey de corazones (with Miguel Poveda)
7. Vulnerable
8. 1, 2, 3
9. Inevitable
10. Patito feo
11. Flamingos
12. Eva
13. Te veo
14. Dancing In the Rain
15. Renuncio (Piano version)
16. Gigantes (Guitar version)

Charts:
Spain top 50: [5-7]: 7, 37, -, 24, -,  5, 6, 9, 31, -
Spain physical singles top 20 [1-21]: 1, 3, 2, 2, 6, 5, 4, 6, 10, 14, 12, 15, -, 12, 15, 16, -, 7, 16, 18, -, 16, 19, -, 15, -
Ireland top 100: 75, -
Switzerland top 75: 69, -
Austria top 75: 69, -
Sweden Digilistan top 60 (Digital sales charts): 36, -
Germany top 100: 54, -
The German chart entry is in week 24, after the song was used in dancing contest / TV show Let's Dance.

More Spain
Spain is a member of the big 4/5 and is always secured of a place in the final, but they have finished outside the top 20 on several occasions in recent years: El Sueño De Morfeo (2013), Lucia Pérez (2011), Soraya (2009). Daniel Diges (2010) had his performance invaded by some professional attention seeker, but did slightly better with a 16th place.
Best recent result for Spain was #10 for Pastora Solers Quédate Conmigo in 2012.
In 2008 Rodolfo Chikilicuatre scored a bit of an international hit with the much debated Baila El Chiki Chiki, despite only ending 16th.

Links and sources
Ruth Lorenzo FB and website
Thanks to Jean-François

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