Exquisite musicianship and scintillating material distinguish Alma Caribeña – Caribbean Soul, Gloria Estefan’s third Spanish-language set since crossing over to pop stardom in ‘85. Though she’s maudlin on the slow numbers, there’s no problema when the beat is percolating — as on the sizzling ”No Me Dejes de Querer.” Highlight: a duet with Jose Feliciano on the mango tango ”Tengo que Decirte Algo.” A-
Alma Caribena Exquisite musicianship and scintillating material distinguish Alma Caribeña -- Caribbean Soul, Gloria Estefan's third Spanish...Alma CaribenaWorld Exquisite musicianship and scintillating material distinguish Alma Caribeña -- Caribbean Soul, Gloria Estefan's third Spanish...2000-06-02
Genre: World; Lead Performer: Gloria Estefan
Posted June 2 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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