Hector Lavoe - "La Voz" mp3 flac
Hector Lavoe live in Mexico 1978 (PROFESSIONAL VERSION) singing the mega hit song "TODO PODEROSO" from the smash hit album "LA VOZ", his debut album as . .
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
Composed By – Hector Lavoe. A4. Un Amor De La Calle. Composed By – Orlando Brito. Composed By – Unknown Artist. La Voz (LP, Album, Promo).
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.
La Voz. "Please retry". Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). A: "El Todopoderoso" and "Mi Gente".
In the first track, "En Todopoderoso," within his first verse Héctor Lavoe sets himself far apart from all contemporaries by virtue of his angelic timbre, only to later outdo himself as he effortlessly soars over the coro. La Voz being Lavoe's first of nine solo records for the Fania label, he turned to labelmate and longtime collaborator Willie Colón to produce and arrange. From the graceful, sophisticated horn intro on "En Todopoderoso" to the blazing mambo section in "Paraiso de Dulzura," Colón's mark as arranger is indelible.
EL TODOPODEROSO from the 1975 album LA VOZ by Hector Lavoe is Salsa music at its peak. The record features Fania's top musicians including timbalero Nicky Marrero, Markolino Dimond on piano and Rubén Blades singing 'coros'.
Hector Lavoe (born Hector Juan Perez Martinez, September 30, 1946 in Ponce, Puerto Rico and died June 29, 1993 in New York City) was an enormously talented Puerto Rican Salsa singer. La Voz, as he was referred to, began singing lead for Willie Colon's band at a very early age, achieving great success. Unfortunately he was developing an addiction to drugs at the same time. Despite his personal struggles, he rose up during the 70's, the heyday of Salsa. He performed in sold out nightclubs, stadiums, and in some of the most prestigious concert halls.
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Composed By – Hector Lavoe, Willie Colon*
|2||Emborrachame De Amor
Composed By – Mario Cavagnaro
|3||Paraiso De Dulzura
Composed By – Hector Lavoe
|4||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*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 87244 04612 3
|SLP 00461||Hector Lavoe||La Voz (LP, Album)||Fania Records||SLP 00461||US||1975|
|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|
|SLP 00461||Hector Lavoe||La Voz (LP, Album, RE)||Fania Records||SLP 00461||US||Unknown|