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  1. FANIA Vinyl Records and CDs. Fania was the New York City record label that first and foremost promoted Salsa as a new musical form. In , they organized a weekend of concerts featuring most of the artists on the label playing long jams, or "descargas," of their hits.
  2. Jun 09,  · Fania proudly presents the Fania Vinyl Sets! We partnered with our long time friend DJ Turmix to bring you some Fania classics straight from the original vinyl. AAVV BigBadBoogaloo Full Album.
  3. Jun 04,  · Larry Harlow, the keyboardist and bandleader who produced and arranged many of Fania's classic records (his album "Yo Soy Latino" is among the first reissued Fania .
  4. The record shop was a different kind of good, an out-of-time, out-of-mind, bizarro kind of good. The store is called the Record & Tape Center, and it's still run by the same owner, now 73, who hasn't changed much at all since Joe bought his first piece of music there .
  5. Complete song listing of Fania All-Stars on eronkedbanomipordimicomdiaroo.xyzinfo Fania All-Stars ~ Songs List | eronkedbanomipordimicomdiaroo.xyzinfo COVID We have resumed very limited warehouse and shipping operations.
  6. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands. Fania All Stars RHYTHM MACHINE Vinyl Record. $ $ For a limited time only. Expand player. Fania All Stars RHYTHM MACHINE Vinyl Record. $ $
  7. Fania Records stands with the black community against police brutality. Enough is enough. On June 2nd, Fania Records will observe Black Out Tuesday as a day to reflect. We recognize that this is only one day, but we are committed to the ongoing fight against the racism, violence and systemic injustice.
  8. Aug 27,  · UMG (on behalf of Fania Records); Concord Music Publishing, LatinAutor, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor - UMPG, Sony ATV Publishing, UMPI, UMPG Publishing, and 3 Music.
  9. Fania Records is a New York based record label founded by Dominican-born composer and bandleader Johnny Pacheco and Brooklyn born Italian-American ex New York City Police Officer turned lawyer Jerry Masucci in The label took its name from a popular luncheonette frequented by musicians in Havana, Cuba that Masucci frequented when he worked for a public relations firm there during the pre.

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