Fania Records celebrated its 30th anniversary in 1994. All three concerts were filmed and recorded, but the original get together concert in Puerto Rico was the one officially released in 1995. We hope you enjoy this live performance of "Busca Lo Tuyo" Live from Puerto Rico.
In 1964, Fania Records was founded in New York City by Jerry Masucci, an Italian-American lawyer with a love for Latin melodies, and Johnny Pacheco, a composer and bandleader born in the Dominican Republic. Masucci later bought out his partner Pacheco from Fania Entertainment Group Ltd. and was the sole owner until his death in December 1997.
A2. Estrellas De Fania. Written-By – C. Curet Alonso, J. Pacheco.
Biography by John Bush.
1 & 2 (1968), although the albums were not too spectacular regarding sales. This anthology opens with a track from the first Red Garter volume, "Me Gusta El Son" featuring Pacheco's ex-vocalist Monguito (died: 26 May 2006) who was just beginning his solo career at the time, and solos from piano maestro Eddie Palmieri and trombonist Barry Rogers (1935-1991,) with whom Palmieri developed the two trombone and flute sound of his seminal Conjunto
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Album · 1979 · 8 Songs. Live At the Cheetah, Vol. 1. 1970. Live In Africa (feat. Celia Cruz & Jorge Santana). Live At Yankee Stadium, Vol. I - EP. 1974. II. Live at the Red Garter, Vol. 2. 1967. See All. One of a Kind.
Compositor, Percusionista, Sonero. A lo largo de su carrera también ha grabado percusión y coros con otros artistas, como Tito Puente, Tito Rodríguez, Frank "Machito" Grillo, Joe Cuba, Johnny Pacheco, Ray Barretto, Charlie Palmieri, Rafael Cortijo, El Gran Combo, Willie Rosario, Bobby Valentín y Papo Lucca.
All-star (disambiguation). All-star is an entertainment industry (sports, film, music) term.
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- Bass – Bobby Valentin
- Bongos – Nicky Marrero
- Congas – Ray Barretto
- Drums – Alphonse Mouzon
- Guitar – Yomo Toro
- Piano – Papo Lucca
- Producer – Jerry Masucci, Johnny Pacheco, Louie Ramirez
- Trombone – Barry Rogers, Ed Byrnes, Lewis Khan*, Willie Colon*
- Trumpet – Curt Rano, Luis Ortiz*, Vitin Paz
- Violin – Pupi Legarreta
- Vocals – Celia Cruz, Cheo Feliciano, Hector Lavoe, Ismael Miranda, Ismael Quintana, Ismael Rivera, Justo Betancourt, Santos Colon*
Notesc+p third 1992. Licensed from messidor by courtesy of Valsyn S.A.
|JM 00515, JM-00515||Fania All Stars||Live (LP, Album)||Fania Records, Fania Records||JM 00515, JM-00515||US||1978|
|311-0076, JM-00515||Fania All Stars||Live (LP, Album)||Fania Records, Fania Records||311-0076, JM-00515||Ecuador||1978|
|JM-00515||Fania All Stars||Live (LP)||Fania Records||JM-00515||Mexico||1978|
|MCF 515||Fania All Stars||Live (Cass, RE)||Fania Records||MCF 515||France||1986|
|LPS.99.039||Fania All Stars||Live (LP, Album)||Fania Records||LPS.99.039||Venezuela||1978|