Johnny Pacheco (born 25 March 1935) is a Dominican musician, arranger, composer, producer, and bandleader of Cuban music (guaracha, son montuno, danzón, cha cha chá, guajira-son, pachanga).
Johnny Pacheco albums: 1. By Popular Demand – Por Demanda Popular, 2. Canta El Conde Tres De Cafe Y Dos De Azucar, 3. Celia & Johnny, 4. Celia, Johnny And Pete, 5. El Maestro, 6. Eternos, 7. His Flute And Latin Jam, 8. La Crema, 9. La Perfecta Combinacion, 10. Las Charangas, 11. Las Tres Flautas: Pacheco, Fajardo, Pupi, 12. Llego Melon, 13. Los Amigos, 14. Los Compadres, 15. Los Dinamicos, 16. Los Distinguidos, 17. Los Dos Mosqueteros – The Two Musketeers, 18. Mi Nuevo Tumba. .
Biography by Max Salazar. Singer, producer, bandleader and musician, founding father of Fania Records, a towering figure of Latin music.
For decades, Johnny Pacheco has been at the center of the Latin music universe. JOHNNY PACHECO MURAL - Bronx Park East subway stop on the subway line Legendary flutist, producer, composer, arranger, bandleader, percussionist in the world of Salsa (and on occasion in the world of jazz), Fania All Star, co-founder Fania records. Johnny was born in the city of Santiago De Los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic but raised in Da' South Bronx falling in love with Cuban based music
The band signed with Alegre Records and its first album Johnny Pacheco y Su Charanga sold over 100,000 copies within the first year. Beginning then and through the end of 1963, Pacheco introduced a new dance craze called "Pachanga". He became an internationally renowned star and toured extensively throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. La Perfecta Combinación 1971. Tres de Café y Dos de Azúcar 1973.
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|3||No Te Enojes||Johnny Pacheco||2:58|
|4||Lo Que Quiero Es Gozar||Johnny Pacheco||4:52|
|5||Tu Mal Comportamiento||Johnny Pacheco||2:58|
|6||Tú y Tu Guarapo||Johnny Pacheco||3:41|
|7||Mango, Piña y Marañón||Johnny Pacheco||4:18|
|8||Corazón Herido||Johnny Pacheco||3:26|
|10||Soy el Mismo||Johnny Pacheco||2:26|