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Ricky Martin Mtv Unplugged

by Ricky Martin

Ricky Martin Mtv Unplugged by Ricky Martin

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Ricky Martin Mtv Unplugged

by Ricky Martin

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Label: Sony Music Latin
Here, Ricky Martin abandons his image as a bon-bon shaking pop star. Performing rootsier versions of past hits and new songs tinged with flamenco and the folk rhythms of his native Puerto Rico, he takes a more relaxed approach to pop and Latin song styles. Martin's so laid back that on "Tu Recuerdo," the album's biggest hit, he gives the sweet-voiced singer La Mari, from Spanish flamenco fusion band Chambao, center stage. And it works. So does his exceptional acoustic band, featuring pan-Latin percussion, Puerto Rican cuatro, Spanish guitar, and brass. Martin mesmerizes the studio audience from the start on what could be his best album ever.

About This Album

Here, Ricky Martin abandons his image as a bon-bon shaking pop star. Performing rootsier versions of past hits and new songs tinged with flamenco and the folk rhythms of his native Puerto Rico, he takes a more relaxed approach to pop and Latin song styles. Martin's so laid back that on "Tu Recuerdo," the album's biggest hit, he gives the sweet-voiced singer La Mari, from Spanish flamenco fusion band Chambao, center stage. And it works. So does his exceptional acoustic band, featuring pan-Latin percussion, Puerto Rican cuatro, Spanish guitar, and brass. Martin mesmerizes the studio audience from the start on what could be his best album ever.

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About This Album

Here, Ricky Martin abandons his image as a bon-bon shaking pop star. Performing rootsier versions of past hits and new songs tinged with flamenco and the folk rhythms of his native Puerto Rico, he takes a more relaxed approach to pop and Latin song styles. Martin's so laid back that on "Tu Recuerdo," the album's biggest hit, he gives the sweet-voiced singer La Mari, from Spanish flamenco fusion band Chambao, center stage. And it works. So does his exceptional acoustic band, featuring pan-Latin percussion, Puerto Rican cuatro, Spanish guitar, and brass. Martin mesmerizes the studio audience from the start on what could be his best album ever.