Lujo de Mexico became the 69th record by Latin music celebrity Marco Antonio Muñiz. After more than five decades sharing his voice with the most popular Mexican singers, the artist known as El Embajador del Romanticismo (Romanticism Ambassador) returns with a collection of ballads. Well-produced by talented Roberto Livi and Bebu Silvetti in Miami, FL Lujo de Mexico opens with a bolero called "Voy a Olvidarte," turns into mariachi with "Que Cosas Hermano," and then delivers a nostagic song titled "Que Bonita Noche," recorded along with Puerto Rican Jerry Rivera achieving its highest point. This 12-track record ends with two songs composed by his son Antonio Carlos Muñiz, "Después de Tanto," and "Vendo Mi Corazón,."
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AllMusic Review by Drago Bonacich
feat: Jerry Rivera