Relocated to New York during the late '40s, Johnny Pacheco learned to play sax, percussion and flute in high school. In September 1959, he left Charlie Palmieri's flute and strings orchestra to organize his own. With his first recording, Pacheco y su Charanga, released by Alegre...
Additional information - releases number
|Track / Artist||from album||Bitrate||Size (Mb)||Price||Download|
|Las Muchachas||Latina Party [CD 3]||290||10,20||ˆ0.10|
|Azuquita Mami||Mega Salsa (4 CD)||213||6,35||ˆ0.10|
|Boogaloo De Johnny||I Like It Like That: Fania Remixed (Mr. Bongo) (2CD)||199||5,13||ˆ0.10|
|Boogaloo De Johnny (quantic Remix)||I Like It Like That: Fania Remixed (Mr. Bongo) (2CD)||133||4,05||ˆ0.10|
|David Byrne ||Hector Lavoe |