Johnny Pacheco (born 25 March 1935) is a Dominican musician, arranger, composer, producer, and bandleader of Cuban music (guaracha, son montuno, danzón, cha cha chá, guajira-son, pachanga).
JOHNNY PACHECO MURAL - Bronx Park East subway stop on the subway line Legendary flutist, producer, composer, arranger, bandleader, percussionist in the world of Salsa (and on occasion in the world of jazz), Fania All Star, co-founder Fania records. Johnny was born in the city of Santiago De Los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic but raised in Da' South Bronx falling in love with Cuban based music. Pacheco's influence would become ubiquitous. Besides producing his own recordings he would produce hundreds of other artists for the label. Although Pacheco played Cuban based music, he and Masucci embraced the term "Salsa" to promote it to a wider audience. It became the moniker of Cuban music as it is played by predominantly Puerto Rican musicians born in NYC (Nuyoricans) who play the music with a NY attitude.
Though Pacheco’s catalog is vast, Anthology does a serviceable job in presenting tracks representative of Pacheco's general career arc, and it manages to include a decent amount of the finest Latin popular music of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Anthology: Johnny Pacheco Johnny Pacheco. A towering figure in the history of Latin music, t, producer, and bandleader Johnny Pacheco is-more than any other single figure-responsible for the colossal artistic and commercial successes of the Fania label during the ‘60s and ‘70s. Even before he and Jerry Masucci formed Fania in 1963, he'd distinguished himself as a sideman for the great Charlie Palmieri and as a hard-driving bandleader whose records for the Alegre imprint were among the label’s bestsellers.
But Johnny Pacheco, a bandleader and star percussionist, had formed a new record label with a new approach. Fania Records, based in New York, put those forms together with influences from Puerto Rico, Colombia and other countries, and called it salsa. There was always this debate between Tito Puente and Johnny, says Ana Cristina Reymundo, a biographer of singer Celia Cruz. Tito would say, ‘Johnny, pero que la salsa, se come, no se toca - We eat salsa, we don’t dance it, and we don’t play i. And then Johnny would laugh and say, ‘But Tito, the kids don’t know that
La perfecta combinación. Johnny Pacheco & Pete El Conde Rodríguez. Johnny Pacheco y Justo Betancourt. Celia Cruz & Johnny Pacheco. Celia Cruz, Johnny Pacheco, Justo Betancourt & Papo Lucca.
III☠ PACHECO'S HELL ☠III This map is inspired like a parody of "Pacheco" created for KillerCreeper55. Pacheco is an old man minecraftero, and he amuses himself to do experiments, but the madness took him to a butcher's hell. He to stolen your pig and you have to go for him. But you do not know against who you will face. PatotatoMan, KillerCreeper55, MrEvol and NikNikamTV.
0. Soy Hijo del Siboney.
|2||Los Compadres Seguiran|
|3||La Esencia Del Guaguanco|
|5||Noche Buena (Christmas Eve)|
|6||Son Del Callejon|
|7||Tengo Un Carinito|
|8||Samroso Como El Guarapo|
|11||Amor En El Arena|
|12||Danza Del Cocoye|
|13||Como Cambian Los Tiempos|
|15||Asi Son Bonco|
NotesOriginal Fania, Allegre, Vaya Recordings. Licensed From Charly International APS.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 82333 23142 9
- Label Code: LC 8477