This is a very welcome reissue of an old Panart album. The addition of a piano and, in places, some strange wind playing to the religious singing and percussion is a bit bizarre, but the performance, and particularly the lead singer, are magnificent. Her identity is another matter: this CD has no credits at all, except to a Gina Martin who was also credited with Volume 1, on which she certainly didn't appear. If it isn't the mysterious Martin, it may be Mercedita Valdez.
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