15 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Luis Miguel goes ranchera on this tour of Mexico, trading synths for the guitarrón and bellowing lyrics as if he’s the lead in an opera that tells the story of his native land. On the title track, a guitar holds down the rhythm while violins soar alongside Miguel’s voice, which proudly shouts out regions around the country. “Cruz de Olvido,” however, has horns and harmonica offering a melancholy counterpoint, invoking the old West in a sweet take on Vicente Fernández’s heartbroken classic.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Luis Miguel goes ranchera on this tour of Mexico, trading synths for the guitarrón and bellowing lyrics as if he’s the lead in an opera that tells the story of his native land. On the title track, a guitar holds down the rhythm while violins soar alongside Miguel’s voice, which proudly shouts out regions around the country. “Cruz de Olvido,” however, has horns and harmonica offering a melancholy counterpoint, invoking the old West in a sweet take on Vicente Fernández’s heartbroken classic.

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