Tony Pabon

Jose Antonio Pabón

Also known as Pabon, T Pabon, T. Pabón, T. Pabon, Tony Pabón, Tony Papon
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Discography of Tony Pabon:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 La Carta / El Tabacon 2 Audio 1973 Rico Records
2 Free 10 Audio 1970 Rico Records
3 Tony Pabon y La Protesta 9 Audio 1974 Rico Records
4 Tony Pabon And His All-Stars 10 Audio Tico Records
5 Fango - Pura Salsa, Puro Disco 8 Audio 2008 Rico Records
6 On The Right Track 9 Audio 1995 Rico Records
7 Fango - Pura Salsa, Puro Disco 8 Audio 1976 Rico Records
8 Free 10 Audio 1970 Rico Records
9 Tony Pabon And His All-Stars 10 Audio Alegre Records
10 Dicen / Va Llover 2 Audio 1973 Rico Records
11 Dejenme Llorar / El Capitan 2 Audio 1974 Rico Records


Trumpet player, vocalist, arranger, and composer. Started his career in his teens playing with Latin musicians that some years later became Aces of the Latin music scene such as [a10590], [a220359] "El Conde", [a302090], and many others. His first recording experience came with the orchestra of [a2007387], The King Of Boogaloo, first as "La Magnífica" and later as [a354706]. This combo recorded in 1966 his song Micaela, a huge hit for The King. When the boogaloo was over, Pabon left Pete Rodriguez and founded his own orchestra [a2012447] with some dissatisfied musicians from the orchestras of top Latin artists such as [a=Willie Colón], [a=Ricardo Ray], and Pete Rodriguez himself, and released several LPs in the 1970s.

Born March 6th, 1939

Died January 21st, 2014


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