Henry Rosario's self-titled second album delivers more of the infectious Bachata that cemented his reputation as a young, dynamic member of the musical Rosario clan (which also includes the merengue band Los Hermanos Rosario). Rosario wrote three of the songs on the album ("Mi Gran Amor," "Cual Es El Dischoso" and "Mujreres De La Calle"), all passionate love songs; he also performs Bachata versions of "Cuando El Amor Se Va" and "Me Voy a Quitar Del Medio." Henry Rosario reflects his innate talent and Dominican heritage.
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AllMusic Review by Heather Phares