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Ponte Duro - The Fania All-Stars Story

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Download links and information about Ponte Duro - The Fania All-Stars Story by Fania All Stars. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Salsa, Latin genres. It contains 52 tracks with total duration of 05:10:48 minutes.

Artist: Fania All Stars
Release date: 2010
Genre: Salsa, Latin
Tracks: 52
Duration: 05:10:48
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Introduction Theme 2:44
2. Noche 7:00
3. Guatacando 12:43
4. Richie's Bag 5:07
5. Kikapoo Joy Juice 4:45
6. If This World Were Mine 3:12
7. Introduction Theme 5:27
8. Descarga Fania 9:10
9. Anacaona 7:17
10. Que Barbaridad 5:55
11. Quítate Tú 16:27
12. Intro 0:55
13. Estrellas de Fania 7:24
14. El Ratón 6:49
15. Pueblo Latino 6:42
16. Soy Guajiro 5:58
17. Mi Gente 6:26
18. Que Rico Suena Mi Tambor 4:13
19. Hermandad Fania 7:18
20. Bemba Colora 11:48
21. Soul Makossa 5:43
22. Congo Bongo 10:30
23. Guantanamera 4:55
24. Noche de Ronda 1:12
25. Ponte Duro 9:12
26. Mi Debilidad 5:25
27. Picadillo 4:32
28. Cucala 6:45
29. Toro Mata 5:48
30. Mi Gente / Barbaraso (Medley) 6:15
31. Menéame la Cuna 5:15
32. Borinquen Tiene Montuno 8:08
33. Intro of Stevie Wonder 2:20
34. Quítate Tú / Hang On Sloopy 18:02
35. Country Girl - City Man 2:10
36. Red Garter Strut 2:10
37. Viva Tirado 5:20
38. Smoke 4:03
39. There You Go 3:09
40. Mama Güela 2:53
41. Cara de Payaso 3:50
42. Los Muchachos de Belén 4:44
43. Guajira para los Pollos 6:34
44. La Borinqueña 2:12
45. Dinamita 4:52
46. Back to My Roots 8:06
47. La Tierra No Es pa' la Guerra 5:24
48. Guajira con Tumbao 5:15
49. Isla del Encanto 4:25
50. Me Voy pa' Moron 4:09
51. Bamboleo 5:32
52. Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing 4:38

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A gargantuan set for a gargantuan collective, Ponte Duro: The Fania All Stars Story presents a portrait of the salsa supergroup that has never been seen before — at least not in one place. Including three discs of live material and one disc of studio material, it mirrors the scope of their long career and, although it doesn't include much that's new or unheard, it's a good way to understand the group in a single package. Expanding from New York to around the world, from San Juan and Havana to Zaire and Japan, the Fania All-Stars' live material was always the highlight of their discography, and here's it's right at the front, nearly four hours of it. Meanwhile, the non-live sides reflect their studio power, although material from their Columbia years during the late '70s was not licensed for use. (Most fans won't consider that a tragedy.) The live material from concerts in Cuba, Zaire, and Japan is rare (although all of it originally appeared on LP), so fans could just as easily pick up a couple of the best live albums for roughly the same price, but between the five hours of music and the interesting essay and priceless photos, Ponte Duro is a fine release.