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Historia de la Salsa

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The Héctor Lavoe volume in Fania’s Historia de la Salsa series compiles tracks taken from his eight solo albums with only a couple of exceptions. While it’s true that some of his biggest hits are here, including “El Todopodoeroso,” “De Ti Depende,” "La Fama,” and "Amor Soñaro,” it also includes a couple of tracks from other recordings such as “Todo Tiene Su Final,” with Willie Colón, and “El Rey de la Puantalidad,” from the stellar Fania All-Stars with Héctor Lavoe recording. The point being obvious — but still worth noting — -that this disc isn’t meant to be a “best-of” so much as it is meant to showcase Lavoe's skills as a brilliant and original salsero. The remastered sound and the song selection make this a worthwhile purchase for anyone interested in the form, since it is a killer Lavoe mix of an entirely different kind.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 30 de septiembre de 1946 en Ponce, Puerto Rico

Género: Salsa y tropical

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Héctor Lavoe was born to sing. As Latin music evolved from the boogaloo of the late '60s to the salsa boom of the '70s, Lavoe was at its forefront and "El Cantante" (the singer) of some of its most representative songs. Born Héctor Juan Perez in Ponce, Puerto Rico, on September 30, 1946, he was influenced by the Latin singers he heard on the radio, Daniel Santos and Chuito el de Bayamon, just to name a couple. As he grew more involved in music, he drew his inspiration from Puerto Rico's great sonero...
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Historia de la Salsa, Héctor Lavoe
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