Top Fania All-stars Albums
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Live
Live
[2012]
Live in Africa (feat. Celia Cruz & Jorge Santana)
Live in Africa (feat. Celia Cruz & Jorge Santana)
[2012]
Anthology
Anthology
[2012]
Guasasa
Guasasa
[2012]
Live In Holland
Live In Holland
[2011]
Ponte Duro - The Fania All-Stars Story
Ponte Duro - The Fania All-Stars Story
[2010]
Fania All Stars Campeones
Fania All Stars Campeones
[2009]
San Juan 73 (Live)
San Juan 73 (Live)
[2009]
A Band And Their Music: Campeones
A Band And Their Music: Campeones
[2008]
"Live" in Puerto Rico: June 11, 1994 (Live)
[1995]
Viva la Charanga
Viva la Charanga
[1991]
Bamboléo
Bamboléo
[1988]
Bamboleo
Bamboleo
[1988]
Fania All Stars Live In Japan 1976 (Live)
Fania All Stars Live In Japan 1976 (Live)
[1986]
Lo Qué Pide La Gente
Lo Qué Pide La Gente
[1984]
Latin Connection
Latin Connection
[1981]
Commitment
Commitment
[1980]
Cross Over
Cross Over
[1979]
Spanish Fever
Spanish Fever
[1978]
Fania All-Stars - Rhythm Machine
Fania All-Stars - Rhythm Machine
[1977]
Rhythm Machine
Rhythm Machine
[1977]
Delicate & Jumpy
Delicate & Jumpy
[1976]
Live At Yankee Stadium Vol. 2 (Live)
Live At Yankee Stadium Vol. 2 (Live)
[1975]
Latin-Soul-Rock
Latin-Soul-Rock
[1974]
Our Latin Thing (Nuestra Cosa)
Our Latin Thing (Nuestra Cosa)
[1972]
Live At The Cheetah, Vol. 1 (Live)
Live At The Cheetah, Vol. 1 (Live)
[1971]
Live At The Red Garter, Vol. 2 (Live At Red Garter / Greenwich Village, NY / 1968)
Live At The Red Garter, Vol. 2 (Live At Red Garter / Greenwich Village, NY / 1968)
[1968]
Related Information for Fania All-stars
Fania All-Stars was a salsa group established in 1968 by Johnny Pacheco as a showcase for the leading musicians and singers of the record label Fania Records, the leading salsa record company of the time.1971's Fania All Stars Live At The Cheetah volumes one and two became the biggest selling Latin albums ever produced by one group from one concert, Produced by Larry Harlow.Among the many salsa musicians that performed with the group were Conga players, Mongo Santamaria and Ray Barretto and presently Mr Marcha, Eddie Montalvo, Singers Ruben Blades, Cheo Feliciano, Hector Lavoe, Celia Cruz, Pete "El Conde" Rodriguez, Trombonist Willie Colon, Pianists Larry Harlow, Papo Lucca, Eddie Palmieri, The Timbale King Tito Puente, Timba... read more