On this smashing solo debut, Domingo Quiñones asserts himself as a singer with uncanny improvisational abilities and an superior vocal command. Curiously, this recording received little attention by the public, although tunes like the swinging "Escalofrío," "Llegaste a Mi Cuerpo Abierto," and "Amor de Peligro" are among the most danceable tunes of his repertoire. Watch out for Gilberto Santa Rosa, Alex d'Castro, and Cheo Feliciano in background vocals. This recording was the stepping stone of what would become a highly productive era in late-'90s salsa.
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AllMusic Review by José A. Estévez, Jr.