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Album Review

This was Ismael Miranda's first independent production after over two decades with the Fania label. At this time, this is a more mature and socially conscious Ismael Miranda, as tunes like "Caretas" (composed by Roberto and Erasmo Carlos) and "El Buen Camino" (composed by Johnny Ortiz) testify to. As usual, C. Curet Alonso does wonders with tunes like the exuberant "Canta, Pueblo, Canta," the streetwise "Un Montuno Pa'la Esquina," and the delightful "Rimas de Admiración." Louis García's sure musical direction/arrangements are always commendable. It is customary that Ismael Miranda never turns in anything less than superlative. This new chapter in Miranda's life would grant more creative and highly satisfactory moments. A must for Miranda and salsa fans. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi

Biography

Born: 20 February 1950 in Puerto Rico

Genre: Salsa and Tropical

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

Puerto Rican Ismael Miranda became involved in popular music at a young age, participating in different local bands before teaming up with Andy Harlow. He debuted in 1967 with the release of an album recorded along with Joey Pastrana, featuring the hit "Rumbón Melon." In 1973, Ismael Miranda joined Fania All-Stars, getting the nickname of "Niño Bonito" (Pretty Boy) due to his youthfulness. Later, he assembled his own orquestra called...
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