A nice, early-'80s turn by la Sonora Ponceña, who seemed unaffected by the salsa slump of the times and continued producing superb albums on a regular basis. The repertoire oscillates between Cuban and Brazilian extracts (Adalberto Alvarez's "Agua a la Candela" and Ary Barroso's "El Dulcero") and Latin jazz (Papo Lucca tries his hand on the flugelhorn). Good choice and taste are key elements in this production; highly recommended.
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AllMusic Review by José A. Estévez, Jr.