Colombia Te Canto - Fania All Stars - The Perfect Blend (CD)

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  • The Fania All-Stars was a musical ensemble established in by the composer, Johnny Pacheco, as a showcase for the musicians on the record label Fania Records, the leading salsa record company of the time. In , Fania Records was founded in New York City by Jerry Masucci, an Italian-American lawyer with a love for Latin melodies, and Jo.
  • This release from the Fania All Stars was a very good album but I would not call it a classic or say that it is indispensable. The Ruben Blades-sung "La Palabra Adios" was a huge hit in Puerto Rico and throughout South America and (in a certain way) foreshadows the "Salsa Romantica" style that would become very popular during the late s and early s and it's still the song this /5(5).
  • Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Fania All Stars - The Perfect Blend at Discogs. Complete your Fania All Stars collection/5(3).
  • Fania All Stars - Perfect Blend - swarfesconsdenniponepubhetabise.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Fania All Stars Format: Audio CD. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, October 25, "Please retry" $
  • This is THE REAL Fania-All-Stars comeback after some VERY MEDIOCRE albums and also the good predecessor ‘Commitment’ from Total play-time: mins. Sound quality on this reissue remastered by Sound Booth is REALLY BAD; very unusual from them! As a result, I had to buy the original Fania Vinyl which has a very clean sound/5(6).
  • Jul 12,  · Fania All Stars; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Fania Records); Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, ASCAP, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS.
  • Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Fania All Stars' Cha Cha Cha by Fania All-Stars on iHeartRadio!
  • The dream of Johnny Pacheco and Jerry Masucci to bring their array of artists together and do to the late-'60s salsa scene what the powerhouse Alegre All-Stars and Tico All-Stars had done earlier in the decade inaugurated a decades-long run by the best in the business. Debuting in in a little Village club called the Red Garter, the group packed the bandstand with stars: Ray Barretto, Tito.
  • The album featured the smash hit “El cantante,” which Rubén Blades composed, tailoring it to fit Héctor like a glove. From that moment on, Héctor Lavoe was known as “El Cantante de Los Cantantes” (“The Singer of All Singers,”) and the favorite among the Fania All Stars. Héctor Lavoe hit highs and lows over the course of his career.

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