As the title suggests, Cubanismo's third album is a reincarnation of sorts, with several new band members and an even greater variety of musical stylings explored. One thing that hasn't changed is the almost tangible intensity and excitement that Jesus Alemany and company bring to every song, whether a traditional Cuban number originally performed a half century ago or a new composition. This album is slightly more subdued than the previous two, but is excellent nonetheless. While Malembe is recommended as the best starting point for neophytes, one really can't go wrong with any of this group's first three albums.
AllMusic Review by Steve McMullen