Comedia is the third solo album by Héctor Lavoe. It was released on 1978 under the label of Fania Records. It is notable for the song "El Cantante", which was written by Rubén Blades. El Cantante" – 10:23. Tiempos Pasados" - 4:26. ¿Por Qué Te Conocí?" - 4:47. Songoro Cosongo" - 7:50. Héctor Lavoe - Vocals. Salvador Cuevas - Bass. Gilberto Colon - Piano. Jose Rodriguez - Trombone. Reinaldo Jorge - Trombone. Luis E. Ortiz - Trumpet.
Hector Lavoe - El Cantante - 33 1/3 - '78 10:20. DjRickyB, highpower, solarmusic, MannerHeikki.
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Feliz Navidad is the fourth solo album by Héctor Lavoe, with the contribution of Daniel Santos and Yomo Toro. It was released on 1979, under the label of Fania Records, and Johnny Pacheco was the Recording Director. La Parranda Fania" - 4:42. Joven Contra Viejo" - 4:13. En la Navidad" - 3:21. El Lechón de Cachete" - 3:43. Una Pena en Navidad" - 2:54. Dame Un Chance" - 2:49. Héctor Lavoe - Vocals, Backing vocals. Johnny Pacheco - Conga.
This historic recording defines the tempestuous career of New York salsa legend, Hector LaVoe. Born in Puerto Rico, LaVoe became famous in New York where his crystal clear tenor voice captured the reality of Nuyoricans, while reminding them of their rustic jÃbaroâ?(country) roots. His diversity of rhythms, beats and genres in an era where singers were either soneros or boleristas, was fluent, precise, timed and rhymed in spontaneous verses of improvisation. Through the combination of LaVoeâ?s voice and musical training he received in Puerto Rico combined with the street-smart, more visceral.
Duration: 40:27 Year: 1978. 0:00 ? Héctor Lavoe albums.
Comedia is the third solo album by Héctor Lavoe.
As on the previous two, Lavoe and company strive for stylistic range more than anything else, adding a heavy syrup of strings to "El Cantante" for an elegant touch, getting streetwise for "Bandolera," and finishing the album with a surging montuno titled "Songoro Cosongo.