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Album Review

Entre el Amor y Yo is yet another excellent disc from Vicente Fernández that risks getting lost amid the myriad of his other equally excellent disks. The arrangements, mostly by Pedro Ramírez, are sumptuous. The production is immaculate. The strings seem to echo from desert mountains. All this is merely background for "La Voz," who is in fine form. The most memorable moments are, typically, front-loaded. The double-tracked suspension/resolution harmony of the line "...es conocer la Gloria" in the title track lingers into the arrangement longer than expected, a goosebump-inducing double dose of Fernández's acerbic vibrato floating over a churning waltz. The maneuvers from vulnerable baritone to powerhouse braggadocio during "No Lo Puedo Creer" are Fernández's trademark, but one never gets tired of hearing them. In "Bohemio de Afición," he sings "I take off my shirt for a good friend/Today, a millionaire, tomorrow a beggar," and you feel like you are in a Hemingway novel. One could argue that the remaining songs (including "Golondrina Sin Nido," a duet with son Alejandro) suffer from a certain sameness, musically at least, but if so, it's only due to the high bar that the standout tracks set. ~ J. Chandler, Rovi

Biography

Born: 17 February 1940 in Huentitan del Alto, Mexico

Genre: Regional Mexican

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

More than just the undisputed king of Mexico's traditional ranchera music, Vicente Fernández -- "El Idolo de Mexico" -- is one of that country's most recognizable and influential cultural icons. Since his emergence in the mid-'60s, Fernández's popularity has escalated to the point that his status among Mexicans and Mexican-Americans has been likened to that of Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley in the United States. His concerts in both Mexico and the U.S. routinely sell out despite a near-total dearth...
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