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Store Clearance Online + First things first. The sound on the two cd's(vol vol 1+2) has never sounded better.Great job with remastering on these classic recordings. The brass sounds powerfull and channel seperation is superb. The bonus tracks are a mixed bag. Abran paso is divided in two parts. This should have been edited to one track. Ray Barretto's cocinando is the outstanding bonus track here and sounds amazing. The DVD is a whole other thing. The original negative is still missing so this disc was mastered from a found used print.While a noticible improvement from the vamp soul dvd that was previously available,this DVD is by far not the definitive version. For starters the sound while improved and louder is still mono to my ears.There is no seperation of instruments and/or vocals that I can detect.The original movie had a great stereo soundtrack.Now the image is much improved due to the fact this was a much better print than the previous release. Sadly parts of the original movie are still missing like Richie Ray's ahora vengo yo. lets hope the the original print negative is located someday. For now, this is still a great value.You get the two cd's and the DVD for thirteen bucks. Remember this is the event that jumped started the whole Salsa movement in the 70's. Que viva la musica! Classic Salsa 4 ever!I was 13 years old living in Spanish Harlem when Our Latin Thing was released. I grew up listening to all music amp; The Fania All Stars were always played in my household amp; on spanish radio. The music in this video/ and the quality of the film is exactly the same. I believe most of the artist are now deceased which makes this tribute; filming of The Fania All Stars @ the Cheetah Club, special because this era is long gone, but the Music will live past my years amp; if you want to see amp; hear great Salsa music played, you can't beat this cd/vdv combo pack. Bonus feature, 1972 poverty in Spanish Harlem amp; Alphabet City-Lower east side.Una vez mas lo hicieron, tenían la oportunidad de reivindicar la historia, de hacer un buen producto y demostrar a las nuevas generaciones lo que es un verdadero clásico de la música y como siempre fallaron.La versión de la película (según ellos 40 aniversario, edición limitada del dvd y cd de 'our latin thing') comienza con un fraude, NO es la banda sonora de la pelicula la que acompaña al dvd, son los discos de los conciertos del cheetah! (vol 1 y 2) la banda sonora como tal fue editada por la fania original (yo la tengo hasta en acetato) y no es esto que nos venden, a pesar de que traiga 3 'bonus tracks' .la película como tal parece copiada de un VHS, sin ni siquiera un mínimo esfuerzo de mejorar la calidad, de hecho hay dos veces que se nota cambio de la textura del sonido y la película, el menú es el mas elemental y casero que pudieron haber puesto, posiblemente lo hicieron con un programa que bajaron de internet, se de vendedores piratas que hacen ese trabajo con mas cariño y mas respeto. No agregan ni un mínimo extra, ni entrevistas, ni escenas perdidas y eliminadas (que sabemos las hay) no, una verdadera lastima.El Paquete esta bien pero no trae ni una hojita donde especifique quien es quien, quien ejecuta un solo determinado ni la historia de la grabación.Nada, otra vez desperdiciaron el chance de vendernos (si, vendernos, aca nadie regala nada) una pieza de la historia de la música latina y no lo hicieron, gracias Fania, gracias Codigo y gracias nadieJuan Carlos Zambrano C.I'm so happy that today, 26th August 2011, it's the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of that the big night of the Cheetah, and that a package DVD/CD has been released for the lovers of what it is The Fania All-Stars, but after checking the video and audio tracks, I cannot be happy at all.On the DVD there is a critical cut on Anacaona, and a complete deletion of the part where Ray Barretto shouts: "Deja la hipocresía y la falsedad, y ven pa'cá!". Also, I (and I can tell by others too) was expecting Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz' performance of "Ahora Vengo Yo" to be included, and it is not.On the CD'S there is some bonus tracks, i.e: (Abran Paso - Larry Harlow and Orchestra), but it has been also cut off in two. I know the editors of the movie made it like that 40 years ago, and they did it over Harlow's piano solo (terrible mistake), but in these two parts of these bonus tracks included in this CD, you can only enjoy 20 seconds of that solo because the other 30 have been deleted. It's hard to satisfy salsa listeners, so try to make it work better.Additionally, having launched Our Latin Thing (Nuestra Cosa) 40th Anniversary Limited Edition 2CD and DVD Set bring some disadvantages. The historical event showcased for the Latin-American people in Our Latin Thing reveals a culture's authenticity of the salsa lovers in terms of music mainly; as said historical event, part of the content that was freely shared over sites like: "Youtube" is not longer available. These material also cannot be reached through the worldwide, and consequently, the risk is that the extinction (if it ever was one) has come to its most vulnerable point. Reason why I point out this is because in Latin-American countries people can't get this material (by either the inability of shipment over there or either by the highly cost it would be), they can't either discover/find it on the internet; therefore, maintaining, showing, preserving the art of these musician heroes that used to play real music is not going to be an easy job from now on.The best music with all the greats of the time. 70s best!So happy to be able to get the music of my youth. Hope to find some more.CD came faster than I thought it would. So happy. Pint Glasses – EMT Paramedic Gifts for Men or Women – EMT Beer G Factory Outlet Cheap Sale Classic Pint Glasses – EMT Paramedic Gifts for Men or Women – EMT Beer G Order Reduced Up to 70% Our Latin Thing driven by a simple passion to bring names both recognised and experimental to successive generations of customers.
On August 26th, 1971 New York City gave birth to a sound that would change the face of Latin music forever. That evening at the renowned Cheetah Nightclub, The Fania All-Stars hit the stage with a unique sound that would echo across borders. The music that was played that night would forever change Latin music. This film, shot throughout Spanish Harlem in New York City, explores the musical celebrations of the city's Puerto Rican population. Among the many artists featured are Johnny Pacheco, Pete 'El Conde' Rodriguez, and Ismael Miranda. Featuring mostly musical performances, this Spanish-language film has English subtitles for the few occasions when a narration is provided. One of the delights of this film is the uncensored glimpse it gives into this lively and highly musical community. This free form film classic is now fully re-mastered with improved sound. Now available 40 years later and more relevant than ever.
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