REVIEWED BY RALPH NOVAK
This album combines the southwestern stylings of Freddy Fender with Buck Owens-style country. Subtly produced by Raul Malo, it isn't the flat-out Tejano fiesta it might have been. There's no horn section, for one thing. Its arrangements and rhythms do reflect much more of Trevino's Mexican ancestry than any of his previous country-pop albums did. Trevino's sojourn with the Tex-Mex combo Los Super Seven has served him well, and the album avoids clichés. But while the title track is a graceful ballad and "Olivia" is a lively love song, too many of the rest are banal, lending an unfortunate halfheartedness to the project.