Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing in gatefold sleeve. Digitally remastered edition. Classic album whose sole objective is the celebration of Afro-Cuban music, Vmonos Pa'l Monte is a hymn to freedom, a remedy against injustice. Eddie Palmieri, eternally rebellious, gives new strength to salsa at incorporating elements of jazz. Fania Records was a New York based record label founded by Dominican-born composer and bandleader Johnny Pacheco and Italian-American lawyer Jerry Masucci in 1964. The label took it's name from an old Cuban song by the singer Reinaldo Bolao. Fania is known for it's promotion of what has become known as Salsa music. The label started out as a small venture, but gained popularity after the success of it's first official record, Pacheco's "Caonazo", leading to the expansion of it's talent base. Among Fania's signature stars are: Willie Colon, Celia Cruz, Larry Harlow, Ray Barretto, Ralfi Pagan, Luis "Perico" Ortiz, Bobby Valentn, Rubn Blades, Hctor Lavoe, Cheo Feliciano, Adalberto Santiago, Ismael Miranda and many others.