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Willie Colon And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario album

Willie Colon And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario album
  • Performer Willie Colon
  • Title There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario
  • Date of release 1975
  • Country US
  • Style Bomba, Plena, Salsa
  • Other formats APE ASF MP1 WAV AHX DXD VOC
  • Genre Latin
  • Size MP3 1342 mb
  • Size FLAC 1330 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 362

Arranged by: Mon Rivera, Willie Colón & Jorge Millet Produced by: Willie Colón Executive producers: Jerry Masucci, Rafael Viera & Franklin Hernandez Recorded at Good Vibrations Sound Studios, . In tracks "Mosaico No. 1" and "Mosaico No. 2" appears Ramón Rivera Alers as composer, which is a mistake because the composer's real name is Monserrate Rivera Alers, Mon Rivera's father.

No video clips are for sale, nor do they imply challenge to ownerships. They are intended strictly for entertainment and educational only. Willie Colon And Mon Rivera ‎– There Goes The Neighborhood, Se Chavó El Vecindario Label:Vaya Records ‎– JMV42 Format:Vinyl, LP, Stereo Country:US Released:1975 Genre:Latin Style:,Salsa, Plena.

William Anthony Colón Román (born April 28, 1950) is a Nuyorican (a New York-born Puerto Rican) salsa musician and social activist. He began his career as a trombonist, and also sings, writes, produces, and acts. He is also involved in the politics of New York City. Willie Colón born in the South Bronx, New York, to American-born parents of Puerto Rican descent.

Salsa icon Willie Colon's1975 album, THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD, finds the bandleader in full force during Nuyorican soul's mid-'70s pinnacle. The album is also a collaborative effort with Colon's mentor, trombonist Mon Rivera, and teacher and student play off over one another brilliantly.

The album, named "Se Chavó El Vecindario/There Goes The Neighborhood", was issued by Colón's current label, Fania Records. For the album sessions, Colón assembled a solid lineup that consisted of Willie's band, as well as Rubén Blades (and in at least two songs, Héctor Lavoe) as part of the vocal chorus section. Following the release of "Se Chavó", Efraín performed live with Vicky Soto on congas, Gilberto Colón on piano, Goodwin Benjamin on bass, and José Rodríguez, Marco Katz), Frankie Rosa, and Frank Figueroa on trombones. In the song "El Telefonito", from his 1981 album with Willie Colón "Canciones del Solar de los Aburridos", Rubén Blades pays a tribute to Efraín in the soneos section, parodying "Aló ¿Quien Ñama?" and its "trabalengua" style. So does Héctor Lavoe in the studio recording of "Mi Gente", written by Johnny Pacheco and recorded in 1973.

The fruits of this labor was There Goes the Neighborhood (Se Chavó El Vecindario), an album featuring Hector Lavoe as lead singer and traditional Puerto Rican trombonist Mon Rivera. And like Willie Colon and Ruben Blades, his music has always been socially aware without being didactic. Here he is in a 2008 performance of Palo pa’ Rumba. This is among the greatest music of the past half-century

There Goes the Neighborhood Willie Colón. Listen on Apple Music. Willie Colón y Tito Puente.

There Goes the Neighborhood: Se chavó el vecindario.

Tracklist

Pena De Amor 4:28
Baila Mi Bomba 3:16
Mosaico #1 3:10
Se Te Quemo La Casa 2:37
La Humanidad 3:11
Ya Llego 3:52
Tinguilikitin 3:32
Mosaico #2 2:20
Julia Lee 3:00
Si Te Vas 2:36

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JMV42, VS-42 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, Album, Gol) Vaya Records, Vaya Records JMV42, VS-42 US 1975
JMV42, VS 42 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP) Vaya Records, Vaya Records JMV42, VS 42 US 1975
SP 2132 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP) Vaya Records SP 2132 France 1975
VS-42 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, Album) Infopesa VS-42 Peru 1975
LPS 88562 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, Album) Vaya Records LPS 88562 Venezuela 1975
9117010 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, Album) Vaya Records 9117010 Colombia 1975
LPS 88562 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, Album) Vaya Records LPS 88562 Venezuela 1975
FDX-313 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, Album) Vaya Records FDX-313 Japan 1977
773 130 248-2 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Fania Records 773 130 248-2 US 2007
VS-42 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(CD, Album, RE) Vaya Records VS-42 US Unknown
JMV42, VS-42 Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, Album, RP, Gol) Vaya Records, Vaya Records JMV42, VS-42 US Unknown
LPS-83.562 (VS-42) Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera Willie Colon* And Mon Rivera - There Goes The Neighborhood / Se Chavó El Vecindario ‎(LP, RE) Inca Records LPS-83.562 (VS-42) Venezuela Unknown


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In tracks "Mosaico No. 1" and "Mosaico No. 2" appears Ramón Rivera Alers as composer, which is a mistake because the composer's real name is Monserrate Rivera Alers, Mon Rivera's father.