****** With Emanome of 1983, this album was the vest of the spanish side of Jose Feliciano, released in 1982 by label Motown was a nr1 in Latin America and Spain. Notable song, after Samba Pa ti (with a great guitar duo with Carlos Santana) contains a Theme of classical Concierto de Aruanjeuz plus some english song translated in spanish, Evil Ways by Santana, Ahora Si Quiero Amar and Todo El Mundo Te Ama which was released in english the year before on the Jose Feliciano album 1981 even by Motown, anyway allbum of great sweet music
****** ORIGINAL BILLBOARD REVIEW Originally reviewed for week ending 8/7/82
Motown's first entry in the Latin field shows they know where the market is at. Starting with Jose's Cover of "Samba Pa Ti," with Carlos Santana's participation, this LP traverses a landscape of rich orchestrations and full-blown studio lushness. Feliciano's trademark strangled-sob vocals should sit well on listeners accustomed to Latin outpouring of sentimiento. Destined for heavy radioplay in the growing Latin ballad format.