Title: Pa'Lante! Straight!
Style: Salsa, Bolero
Format: MP3 FLAC AAC VOC WMA AU WAV TTA DXD
FLAC size: 1183 mb | MP3 size: 1806 mb | WMA size: 1847 mb
Pa'Lante! Straight! (LP, Album). Tico Records, Tico Records, Tico Records. SLP1214, LP1214, LP-1214.
Tito Puente – Pa'Lante! Straight! Label: Tico Records – SLP-CD-1214. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Producer – Tito Puente. Made in Canada Coordinated by:Miguel Estivill P+C 1970 Tico Records Engineer :Pat Jacques Recorded at:Broadway Recording Studios Cover Design: Ely Besalel Cover Photo: Besalel Lt. Warren Flagler. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.
Pa'lante (contraction of "para adelante" straight ahead), or variants, may refer to: Pa'lante, by Willy Chirino. Pa'lante! Straight!, by Tito Puente. Echao Pa´lante, by Joe Arroyo Y La Verdad. Siempre Pa' Lante, by Johnny Ventura Y Su Combo. Echando Pa'lante (Straight Ahead), by Eddie Palmieri. Straight Ahead (Pa'lante), by Poncho Sanchez featuring Gary Foster and Alex Acuña conducted by Clare Fischer. Pa' lante", song by Joelma from the album Joelma.
Ernesto Antonio "Tito" Puente (April 20, 1923 – May 31, 2000) was an American musician, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for dance-oriented mambo and Latin jazz compositions that endured over a 50-year career
Pa'lante! (Straight!) Tico. El Rey (The King)/Pa'Lante! Straight! Music Collection International.
El Rey (The King), Pa'lante! Straight.
Tito Puente (1923-2000) was a bandleader, percussionist, composer, and arranger from New York City. Tito Puente (1923-2000) was a bandleader, percussionist, composer, and arranger from New York City. View full artist profile.
Pa'lante is not a word you will find in any standard Spanish dictionaries. Learn more about it here. Pa'lante is something commonly heard at rallies usually used to rile up a person or group to action. As evidence of its burgeoning spread outside of the Caribbean, the word was used as part of a slogan at pro-Hugo Chávez rallies in Caracas, Venezuela: ¡Pa'lante Comandante! Chávez was the President of Venezuela from 2002 to 2013. A literal translation of the rhyming phrase "¡Pa'lante Comandante!," would be something like "Forward, Commander!" although that direct interpretation does not capture the subtle connotation nor the colloquial nature of the phrase
Tito Puente was born on April 20, 1923, at Harlem Hospital Center in New York City. His family moved frequently, but he spent the majority of his childhood in the Spanish Harlem area of the city As a child, he was described as hyperactive, and after neighbors complained of hearing seven-year-old Puente beating on pots and window frames, his mother sent him to 25-cent piano lessons. By the age of 10, he switched to percussion, drawing influence from jazz drummer Gene Krupa . King of Mambo (2001). El Rey: Pa'lante! Straight! (2001). Cocktail Hour (2001).
|2||No Voy A La Luna|
|3||No Puedo Ser Feliz|
|4||Hit The Bongo|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Price Code): SD 60
|SLP1214, LP1214, LP-1214||Tito Puente||Pa'Lante! Straight! (LP, Album)||Tico Records, Tico Records, Tico Records||SLP1214, LP1214, LP-1214||US||1970|
|SLP-CD-1214||Tito Puente||Pa'Lante! Straight! (CD, Album, RE)||Tico Records||SLP-CD-1214||US||Unknown|
|SLP1214, SLP-1214||Tito Puente||Pa'Lante! Straight! (LP, Album)||Tico Records, Tico Records||SLP1214, SLP-1214||US||1970|
|SLP1214, LP1214||Tito Puente||Pa'Lante! Straight! (LP, Album, Mono)||Tico Records, Tico Records||SLP1214, LP1214||US||1970|
|LP-1214||Tito Puente||Pa'Lante! Straight! (LP, Album, Mono)||Tico Records||LP-1214||Venezuela||1971|