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A competent if somewhat directionless merengue collection from the remains of a group that has been around for decades. A couple of arrangements, "Rumba" and "Por Ti," really catch fire. "Alo" is amusing and catchy with its repetitive refrain. The rest vacillate between the stiff elegance of early merengue and functional dance music. Nothing is embarrassing outright boring, as one might expect from Latin music industry veterans. The vocal harmonies and horn sections are predictably tight. There are also lots of imaginative introductions, some of which outshine the arrangements they precede. The lead vocals imbue the lyrical pablum with as much character as possible, occasionally mocking their own serious vibrato. All in all, not bad for a family franchise. ~ J. Chandler, Rovi

Biografía

Se formó en: 1978 en Higuey, Dominican Republic

Género: Salsa y tropical

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Siblings Rafa, Luis and Tony Rosario formed the 14-piece merengue orchestra Hermanos Rosario in the Dominican Republic city of Higuey in May of 1978. As their popularity swelled in the years and decades to follow, the group issued a series of hit LPs...
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