1993 Rick Trevino – Dos Mundos

Dos Mundos is the debut album of country music artist Rick Trevino, released in 1993 on Columbia Records. Its title is Spanish for “Two Worlds”. The album produced no chart singles, although “Bastante Cordón” would be re-recorded in English as “Just Enough Rope” and serve as the first single to Trevino’s self-titled second album. Also included is a Spanish-language cover of Bill Anderson’s “Walk Out Backwards”, which Trevino later covered in English on his 1994 self-titled album.


1  Salte De Espalda (Bill Anderson) 02:39
2  No Perdi La Razon (Flores Peregrino; Kim Williams; Lonnie Wilson) 02:47
3  Tal Como Ayer (Larry Boone; Flores Peregrino) 03:26
4  Bastante Cordón (Karen Staley; Steve Dean) 03:12
5  Un Momento Alla (Mike McGuire; Billy Maddox; Billy Henderson) 03:11
6  Change For A Quarter Moon (Jeff Crossan) 03:06
7  Podria Volar (Victor Guerra; Jeffrey Tweel) 03:19
8  Si Quieres Conmigo (Larry Boone; Victor Guerra; William Robinson Jr) 03:25
9  A Quarter At A Time (Larry Boone; Paul Nelson) 02:39
10  Si Tu Ves A Un Hombre Llorar (Victor Guerra; Flores Peregrino; Rick Trevino) 03:26



BassDavid Hungate
BassTom Robb
DrumsEddie Bayers
GuitarBrent Mason
Acoustic GuitarSteve Gibson
Acoustic GuitarMark Casstevens
Steel GuitarPaul Franklin
Steel GuitarSonny Garrish
MandolinSteve Gibson
PianoJohn Jarvis
PianoRandy McCormick
FiddleRob Hajacos
VocalsRick Trevino

Liner Notes

Producer – Steve Buckingham
Engineer (Assistant) – Toby Seay
Mastered By – Denny Purcell
Mixed By – Marshall Morgan

Art Direction – Rollow Welch
Photography – Bret Lopez

Recorded At Nightingale Recording Studio
Recorded The Doghouse
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