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Poquita Ropa

Ricardo Arjona

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Poquita Ropa, the 15th album of Ricardo Arjona's illustrious career, is a stripped-down acoustic effort that doesn't have much in the way of smash hit material but is nonetheless impressive. No two Arjona albums are alike, and Poquita Ropa is indeed unique in several ways. From a lyrical standpoint, songs like "Vida," "Puente," and "Mi País" deal with matters of identity and take a long view, concerning themselves with the past as well as the present and raising questions about the future. Not all of the songs on Poquita Ropa are woven together thematically, but there is clearly a conceptual arc to the album that is supported by the uniformity of the musical style. Similar in style to the acoustic pop second half of Galería Caribe (2000) and the unplugged album Solo (2004), Poquita Ropa finds Arjona at his most naked, backed by spare arrangements of acoustic guitar, piano, and Hammond B-3 along with occasional touches of strings, woodwinds, and chorus vocals. These stripped-down arrangements are out of character for Arjona, whose music tends to be wide ranging and at times overwrought. For instance, there's nothing on Poquita Ropa that comes close to the bombast of "Como Duele," the smash hit power ballad from Arjona's previous album, 5to Piso (2008). That's not to say that Poquita Ropa is entirely minimal in style. It opens with a couple songs that pack a punch, "Vida" and "Marta," both of which top the five-minute mark and are anchored by percussion, and it closes with an elaborate tropical version of "Puente" that runs for eight and a half minutes and brings the album to an extraordinary conclusion. These three songs are clear-cut standouts that bookend the album for good reason. Among the material that comprises the quiet, easily overlooked middle of Poquita Ropa, interspersed highlights include "Aleluya," "Que Voy a Hacer Conmigo," "Usted," and "Mi País." Like Galería Caribe, the Arjona effort to which it's most reminiscent, Poquita Ropa is an artistically ambitious album sure to delight the Guatemalan-born singer/songwriter's devotees without scoring a bunch of smash hits in the process.

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Poquita ropa, muchísimo sentimiento

Ricardo Arjona, artista prolífico donde los haya y con una dilatada carrera discográfica, resulta a veces irregular, alternando grandes obras con otras mucho más discretas. En este caso, el cantante guatemalteco vuelve con uno de sus mejores LPs hasta la fecha. Canciones como "¿Qué voy a hacer conmigo", "Mi país" o "Puente" (un homenaje a los cubanos, más allá del lugar donde vivan o sus creencias políticos) son claro ejemplo de un "Poquita Ropa" que consigue emocionar y transmitir, que tiene un poco de intimista, algo de político y un mucho de emotivo, terreno donde Arjona se siente como pez en el agua. Muy recomendable.


Me encanta Arjona sin duda es el mejor!!!


Todos los álbumes de Ricardo son joyas musicales. Todos nos embelesan, nos emocionan, nos estremecen, nos suben a las nubes y también nos ponen los pies en la tierra. Le admiro y espero siempre mas de el.


Nacido/a: Antigua, Guatemala, 19 de enero de 1964

Género: Pop latino

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Guatemalan singer/songwriter Ricardo Arjona is one of the more respected Latin artists, mostly for his social conscience and his integrity in writing and performing songs. Born in Antigua, he was interested in music from an early age but later decided to become a rural schoolteacher. He also played basketball for the Guatemalan national team, but continued to play his guitar and write songs in his spare time. After realizing that music was his one true love, he...
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Poquita Ropa, Ricardo Arjona
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  • 10,99 €
  • Géneros: Pop latino, Música, Latino
  • Publicado: 15/08/2010

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