Ismael Miranda's first foray as a soloist (with backup provided by his former employer, Orhestra Harlow) still keeps the high sense of energy he exercised as Harlow's band. This time he is the king of the hill, showcasing his singing abilities on hits like "Señor Sereno" (composed by Miranda) and the title song, composed by C. Curet Alonso. Don't miss this one. One note: beware of badly transferred sound on some compact disc editions.
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AllMusic Review by José A. Estévez, Jr.