Adalberto Santiago hit the '80s with a wonderful recording combining four crucial elements that were assets to the singer's lengthy career: arranger Louie Ramirez, arranger Joe Manozzi, arranger Louie Cruz, and, of course, producer/bandleader Ray Barretto. The title tune received ample promotion, and the album's remarkable musical quality and selection were gleaned from a totally collaborative effort among these musical giants. All the cuts are highly recommended; it is sad that, by this time, the salsa craze was threatening to come to a halt due to the overpowering merengue rage (nothing that this salsa master could be fazed by). A thoroughly enjoyable salsa experience.
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