|A2||Yo Soy La Candela|
|A3||Saca Tu Mujer|
|JM 00515, JM-00515||Fania All Stars||Live (LP, Album)||Fania Records, Fania Records||JM 00515, JM-00515||US||1978|
|311-0076, JM-00515||Fania All Stars||Live (LP, Album)||Fania Records, Fania Records||311-0076, JM-00515||Ecuador||1978|
|JM-00515||Fania All Stars||Live (LP)||Fania Records||JM-00515||Mexico||1978|
|MCF 515||Fania All Stars||Live (Cass, RE)||Fania Records||MCF 515||France||1986|
|LPS.99.039||Fania All Stars||Live (LP, Album)||Fania Records||LPS.99.039||Venezuela||1978|
The all-star cast included Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Ricardo Ray, and Bobby Cruz, and resulted in a live double album. The experiment couldn’t have been more successful. In 1973, following a successful tour, the band made its first appearance at Yankee Stadium in New York.
Ray Barretto's "Descarga Fania" features a lovely piano break and some inspiredly raucous horn playing (a nice contrast to the tightly arranged horn charts one usually hears), and Cheo Feliciano's lead vocal on "Anacaona" soars. Decades later, still the first salsa recording to reach for - ultimate party music played by the masters.
This version of the album has absolutely no info about country of manufacturing and year of release.
The event featured the top vocalists of Fania and Vaya records. Lavoe was included in the group along with: Ismael Miranda, Cheo Feliciano, Justo Betancourt, Ismael Quintana, Bobby Cruz, Pete "El Conde" Rodriguez, Santos Colón, and Celia Cruz.
HIDDEN ERROR: Usage of "Label?s?" is not recognized. Live in Puerto Rico released: 1995. Viva La Charanga released: 1991. Live at Cheetah released: 1988. Bamboleo released: 1988. Live in Africa 1974 released: 1986. Viva La Charanga released: 1986. Social Change released: 1981.