Save for Juan Luis Guerra’s frantic merengue party-starter ”Guavaberry,” too many tracks on the soundtrack for My Family feel like historical Aztec field recordings; Mexican rock stars Mana would be more fun on one of their new-wavey hits instead of an ancient Latin ballad. Still, these mambos, bandas, and vocal-group oldies offer a useful introduction to barrio tastes. B
My FamilySave for Juan Luis Guerra's frantic merengue party-starter ''Guavaberry,'' too many tracks on the soundtrack for My Family feel like...My FamilySoundtracksSave for Juan Luis Guerra's frantic merengue party-starter ''Guavaberry,'' too many tracks on the soundtrack for My Family feel like...1995-05-19
Genre: Soundtracks; Lead Performer: Various Artists; Producer (group): EastWest, EEG
Posted January 17 2015 — 10:36 AM EST
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