The title of Gloria Estefan's first album in three years says it all. Unwrapped is a calculated attempt by the 46-year-old singer to bring the refined profile she has in the Spanish-language world to an English audience that primarily identifies her with party jams. And it works, thanks to Estefan's willingness to think seriously and take risks. Writing the majority of songs herself, she celebrates her new role in life -- her daughter Emily is now six -- and in her art. Unwrapped, more than any other Estefan record, brings her bilingual personality into one nuanced whole. The music is mature, somewhat jazzy, with Latin touches that don't scream "Conga!" -- Andean panpipes, for example -- and surprising textures from organ and pedal steel guitar. Two very high-profile fans join Gloria on this one. Stevie Wonder lends vocals and harmonica to "Into You" while Pretender Chrissie Hynde joins Estefan on "One Name." But it's Estefan's personality that shines through this warm, thoughtful record, at long last.