13 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Filled with smoldering ballads, intimate production, and openhearted sincerity, Ricky Martin’s 10th solo album is pure class. The singer can still deliver the kind of beat-driven smash that made him an international superstar, like the hard-grooving opener, “Adiós,” or Yotuel-assisted "La Mordidita.” But A Quien Quiera Escuchar is all about graceful, organic arrangements and Martin’s arresting sincerity. Acoustic guitars, swaying percussion, and jazz trumpet add glowing atmosphere to ballads like "Disparo al Corazón,” “Nada,” and "Mátame Otra Vez.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Filled with smoldering ballads, intimate production, and openhearted sincerity, Ricky Martin’s 10th solo album is pure class. The singer can still deliver the kind of beat-driven smash that made him an international superstar, like the hard-grooving opener, “Adiós,” or Yotuel-assisted "La Mordidita.” But A Quien Quiera Escuchar is all about graceful, organic arrangements and Martin’s arresting sincerity. Acoustic guitars, swaying percussion, and jazz trumpet add glowing atmosphere to ballads like "Disparo al Corazón,” “Nada,” and "Mátame Otra Vez.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
289 Ratings
289 Ratings
Photosniper2013 ,

Finally a Good Album

Blending old school rhythms with new ones and creating a very good fusion, I’m liking the album!!

LincolnK ,

It's gonna be another great album

Adíos - love the beat.

Miss Teree ,

As usual, skip the most poplar songs.

Say “Adios” to tracks 1 and 2. They’re annoying crap. Tracks 5 and 11 are the same, but 5 has extra flourishes in the music. That’s the best way I can describe the differences in the regular and acoustic versions. Both are good, and worth buying. Same with tracks 8 and 12. Track 7 is a standout as well. Track 6’s snippet made my body move to the beat, but I can see it getting tiresome over time. The beat is fairly redundant, so I won’t buy it.The rest of the tracks I mentioned are definite buys.

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