10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Six albums into his career as a ranchera star, Alejandro Fernández conquers the genre of his father, “King of Ranchera” Vicente Fernández, and transitions into the role of successful bolero singer. The Emilio Estefan-produced collection is laced with succulent string orchestration, cascading brass melodies, and a mariachi flair, but the real draw is Fernández's passionate, gravelly baritone. True romance thrives in “Si Tu Supieras,” which gleams with sweeping violins and swoon-inducing harmonies, while “Volveras” shines with slinky nylon leads and the singer's intoxicating vibrato.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Six albums into his career as a ranchera star, Alejandro Fernández conquers the genre of his father, “King of Ranchera” Vicente Fernández, and transitions into the role of successful bolero singer. The Emilio Estefan-produced collection is laced with succulent string orchestration, cascading brass melodies, and a mariachi flair, but the real draw is Fernández's passionate, gravelly baritone. True romance thrives in “Si Tu Supieras,” which gleams with sweeping violins and swoon-inducing harmonies, while “Volveras” shines with slinky nylon leads and the singer's intoxicating vibrato.

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