Personnel: Eduardo Mateo (alto saxophone); César Cuesta (tenor saxophone); Richard Marcell, Freddie Méndez (piano); Abrahan Medina (drums); Angel Rodríguez (congas); Nelson Baez (tambora).
Recording information: Swing Factory Recording Studio.
A maxi-single bordering on an EP, Voy a Comerte el Corazón is a showcase for merengue singer Joseph Fonseca's hit "Entre la Tierra y el Cielo." The key track bookends the set, first in its kinetic merengue version and then in the closing, soft and slow ballad version. "Tú Hermana" is nearly as spicy, and places second when it comes to uptempo highlights, but the ballad runner-up is harder to choose, with "Aquellas Cartitas" and "No Fue Culpa Mía" being equally enjoyable. Gisselle fans will pick the latter ballad, as the singer joins Fonseca and turns the bittersweet number into a very sweet duet. ~ David Jeffries