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EL TODOPODEROSO from the 1975 album LA VOZ by Hector Lavoe is Salsa music at its peak.
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La Voz is the debut solo album by Héctor Lavoe, It was released on 1975 under the label of Fania Records. It had two major hits on Latin America and . El Todopoderoso" and "Mi Gente". El Todopoderoso" - 4:20. Emborráchame de Amor" - 2:57. Paraíso de Dulzura" - 4:33. Un Amor de la Calle" - 3:21. Rompe Saragüey" - 6:31. Héctor Lavoe - Vocals. Tom Malon - Trombone. José Rodríguez - Trombone
La Voz (LP, Album, Promo). El Todopoderoso (LP, Album).
Héctor Juan Pérez Martínez (30 September 1946 – 29 June 1993), better known as Héctor Lavoe, was a Puerto Rican salsa singer. Lavoe is considered to be possibly the best and most important singer and interpreter in the history of salsa music because he helped to establish the popularity of this musical genre in the decades of 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
Album · 1974 · 8 Songs. There's plenty of seduction on his solo debut, with love songs ("Mucho Amor") alongside Christian sentiments and cultural songs ("Rompe Saraguey," about an herbal ritual). The anthemic "Mi Gente," saluting his Puerto Rican roots, became one of his signature hits.
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Héctor Lavoe: "Remember that after I'm gone, that I still love yo. Born Héctor Juan Pérez Martínez on September 30, 1946 in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Pérez Martínez was dubbed "Lavoe" by a New York City dance promoter. He also acquired the title "El Cantante" (The Singer), after the biographical song Rubén Blades composed for his 1978 album Comedia on Fania Records. He liked to call himself a simple jíbaro (Puerto Rican country singer). With two trumpets added to the two-trombone frontline, Lavoe made his solo debut on the Colón-produced La Voz in 1975. The album reached gold. José Febles arranged Lavoe's composition Paraíso de Dulzura and dazzlingly updated the '50s Chappottín classic Rompe Saragüey, featuring an elegant and ingenious 2:30 minute piano solo by Mark "Markolino" Dimond.
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Composed By – Hector Lavoe, Willie Colon*
|A2||Emborrachame De Amor
Composed By – Mario Cavagnaro
|A3||Paraiso De Dulzura
Composed By – Hector Lavoe
|A4||Un Amor De La Calle
Composed By – Orlando Brito
Composed By – Unknown Artist
Composed By – Roberto Garcia
Composed By – Unknown Artist
Composed By – Johnny Pacheco
- Arranged By – Jose Febles (tracks: A3, B1), Louie Ramirez (tracks: A4, B3), Willie Colon*
- Bass – Eddie Rivera
- Bongos – José Mangual Jr.
- Chorus – Hector Lavoe, Ruben Blades, Willie Colon*, Willie Garcia
- Congas – Milton Cardona
- Engineer – Jon Fausty
- Photography – Lee Marshall
- Piano – Mark Dimond
- Producer – Willie Colon*
- Timbales – Nicky Marrero
- Trombone – Tom Malone
- Trumpet – Hector Zarzuela, Jose Rodriguez*
NotesLater press (see label)
|SLP 00461||Hector Lavoe||La Voz (LP, Album)||Fania Records||SLP 00461||US||1975|
|XSLP 00461||Hector Lavoe||"La Voz" (CD, Album, RE)||Fania Records||XSLP 00461||US||Unknown|
|LPS 88402, LP 88.402||Hector Lavoe||La Voz (LP, Album)||Fania Records, Fania Records||LPS 88402, LP 88.402||Venezuela||1975|
|XSLP 00461||Hector Lavoe||La Voz (LP, Album, RM, 180)||Fania Records||XSLP 00461||France||2016|
|FAN-5013||Hector Lavoe||La Voz (LP, Album, Promo)||Fania Records||FAN-5013||Japan||1976|