Fania All Stars - Cali Concert album download
|1-1||–Fania All Stars Featuring Adalberto Santiago||Descarga Fania|
|1-2||–Fania All Stars Featuring Adalberto Santiago||Quítate La Máscara|
|1-3||–Fania All Stars Featuring Ismael Miranda||Borinquen Tiene Montuno|
|1-4||–Fania All Stars Featuring Ismael Miranda||Así Se Compone Un Son|
|1-5||–Fania All Stars Featuring Ismael Miranda||Puerto Rico / Adoración|
|1-6||–Fania All Stars Featuring Cheo Feliciano||Anacaona|
|1-7||–Fania All Stars Featuring Cheo Feliciano||Sobre Una Tumba Humilde|
|2-1||–Fania All Stars Featuring Cheo Feliciano||El Ratón|
|2-2||–Fania All Stars Featuring Celia Cruz||Cúcala|
|2-3||–Fania All Stars Featuring Celia Cruz||Bemba Colorá|
|2-4||–Fania All Stars Featuring Ensemble||Quítate Tú|
|2-5||–Fania All Stars Featuring Ensemble||Su Gente|
|2-6||–Fania All Stars Featuring Ensemble||Ponte Duro|
|2-7||–Fania All Stars||Reprise|
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- Licensed From – IMC Licensing S.A.
NotesIssued in trifold (6-panel) double digipak.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 8 712177 050451
- Barcode (Scanned): 8712177050451
has been added to your Cart. NTSC/Region 0. Second volume (of two) of this exciting musical event. There are featured contributions from greats like Celia Cruz, Cheo Feliciano and others.
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The album featured Pete "El Conde" Rodriguez on vocals and a switch from the Charanga to the smaller-format Conjunto style. This was the first of many recordings with the "compadres" (literally, "godfathers"), and the beginning of a long friendship and working relationship between Pacheco and Rodriguez. In 1967, he gathered many of the musicians from the Fania label and showcased them together in concert. Also in 1966, Pacheco worked with the nasal-voiced singer Monguito "El Único" from the band Orquesta Broadway and vocalist Chivirico Dávila to record the seminal "Viva África" LP. This album nods to Pacheco's increasing popularity at the time in West Africa. Pacheco would later make a pilgrimage to Africa partly based upon that notoriety and his Afro-Caribbean ancestry.
In 1984, Blades left Fania, and signed with Elektra, although Fania continued to release recordings compiled from their archives for some years afterwards. Blades assembled a top-notch band (known variously as Seis del Solar or Son del Solar) and began touring and recording with them. His first album with them, Escenas included a duet with Linda Ronstadt (1985), won Blade his first Grammy Award, for Best Tropical Latin Album.