Providing more evidence that Anthony’s supple voice uplifts even the most saccharine material, ”Mentiras”, the Nuyorican crooner’s first Spanish-language pop album, effectively squashes any urge to hear him belt like a gringo ever again. From the dark orchestral swells of ”Ahora Quien” to the organic bolero shuffle of ”Tu Amor Me Hace Bien,” Anthony’s unbridled conviction imbues the songs with a winsome flair for the melodramatic. Points subtracted, though, for the drippy J. Lo duet ”Escapemonos.”
Amar Sin Mentiras Providing more evidence that Anthony's supple voice uplifts even the most saccharine material, ''Mentiras'', the Nuyorican crooner's first Spanish...Amar Sin MentirasWorld, Pop Providing more evidence that Anthony's supple voice uplifts even the most saccharine material, ''Mentiras'', the Nuyorican crooner's first Spanish...2004-06-25
Genre: World, Pop; Lead Performer: Marc Anthony; Producer (group): Sony Discos
Posted June 25 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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