Because one night of classic romance just isn't enough
Luis Miguel's first album of classic bolero, 1991's Romance, was successful enough to call for a sequel. Once again he revives Latin pop standards stretching back six decades. But he went to Los Angeles and did them in modern style, turning "Sin Ti," a dance tune written in the '40s by Pepe Guízar, into a lush ballad with synthesizers and just a bit of Latin percussion. "Yo Se Que Volveras" also puts passion against shiny new production—whomping arena drums and all.