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Infinito

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Album Review

Still in great form after nearly 75 albums, Oscar d'León tried a bit of everything with 2003's Infinito. Recording in Miami, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela with arrangers Yasmil Marrufo, Louis Garcia, and Tomás Bernal, respectively, d'León begins with a vibrant salsa jam named "Como Olvidarte" (also the lead single), then reprises it near the end as a deeply felt bolero (unfortunately, though, the chart is slightly artificial). The master also stretches out on "La Mazucamba," singing with spitfire rhymes on a spry new arrangement of an Orlando de la Rosa composition with a half-century of dust on it. Of course, there's still room for salsa songs with Oscar d'León's exquisite touch, including "Cualquiera," but Infinito ably proves that. Even after three decades of performing, d'León remains an interesting artist.

Biography

Born: 11 July 1943 in Antímano, Caracas, Venezuela

Genre: Salsa and Tropical

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A skill at improvisation is combined with a highly textured vocal tone by Venezuela-born Oscar D'León. A top-ranked performer in his homeland, D'León has continued to solidify his following throughout the world. A joy for entertaining has been a constant thread throughout D'León's career. In a 1996 interview with the Chicago Tribune, D'León said, "My message is not about ecology or politics, but it's simply that people have a good time and remember me as someone who loves them." Born in the Caracas...
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