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Pacheco y El Conde 31/4/2006

Review

One of the last in a long string of records featuring Pete “El Conde” Rodriguez handling vocals on a Johnny Pacheco album, Los Compadres also finds him co-billed and leading the band on one of Pacheco's strongest sets of material ever, including Pacheco’s “Baldemira,” Tite Alonso’s “Recordando a Carmelina,” and the classic opener, “Dulce con Dulce.” Although Johnny Pacheco’s flute is not a focus, his arrangements make up for the lack. Like the cover photo, Los Compadres is an exciting fusion of old and new; Pacheco’s conjunto features the very folky tres guitar, but the driving force of the songs makes it as much a modern salsa record -- and just as powerful -- as far slicker albums coming out around the same time. ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Dulce con Dulce Pacheco y El Conde 4:24
  3. 2 Mujer Ingrata Pacheco y El Conde 4:42
  4. 3 Moreno Pacheco y El Conde 3:33
  5. 4 Baldemira Pacheco y El Conde 2:34
  6. 5 Recordando A. Carmelina Pacheco y El Conde 4:6
  7. 6 Soy el Mejor Pacheco y El Conde 2:56
  8. 7 Yolanda Pacheco y El Conde 3:56
  9. 8 Solito Pacheco y El Conde 3:38
  10. 9 Agarrate de la Brocha Pacheco y El Conde 5:27
  11. 10 De Que Te Vale Pacheco y El Conde 3:30

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