Willie Colon Cosa Nuestra (1969)

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  • 1. Che Che Cole
  • 2. No Me Llores Mas
  • 3. Ausencia
  • 4. Te Conozco
  • 5. Juana Pena
  • 6. Sonero Mayor
  • 7. Sangrigorda
  • 8. Tu No Puedes Conmigo

Late 60s seminal Fania album. Powerful horns and great 'soneos', like rice and beans, are served up perfectly with this 3rd recording of the superduo Willie Colon and Hector Lavoe. The sequencing of the tracks takes the listener on a musical journey as a vast array of influences ranging from Bomba and Plena to Salsa are present. The production itself along with the vocal dominion of Lavoe  make this album a must-have. Includes the perennial favorite 'Che Che Cole.'

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