Héctor Tricoche (on his third effort) continues to churn out albums that although are somewhat programmatic in content, manage to delight with his great skills as a vocalist; there are some good moments; the title tune (written by Gustavo Márquez) and "Soy culpable" (by Cheín García) are pieces that are somewhat reminiscent to the Tommy Olivencia's orchestral, highly swinging style. As usual, Tricoche is splendid, not a false note in performance in this recording. He is one of the few remaining salsa singers who can shine in the soporific 90s salsa scene, because of his ability to combine his harmonious voice with the adroit snap of an improvisational artist.
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AllMusic Review by José A. Estévez, Jr.