Format: Vinyl Record LP. Tico Records, Tico Reords, USA, 1978 release. First in a series of tributes to one of Cubas’ greatest songwriting soneros: Beny More. Tito Puente’s 1970s and 80s recordings are best known for the straight ahead salsa, while the later material is more Latin jazz. Musicians include: Celia Cruz, Cheo Feliciano, Luigi Texidor, Ismael Quintara, Hector Casanova, Adalberto Santiago, Junior Gonzalez, Nestor Sanchez, Santos Colon – vocals with Tito Puente – vocals, timbales, background vocals, Bobby Porcelli, Mitch Frohman – alto saxophone, Ed Palermo – tenor saxophone, Steve Sachs – baritone saxophone, Hector Bomberito Zarzuela, Paulo Di Paula, Luis Perico Ortiz, Manuel Silva – trumpet, Leopoldo Pineda, Sam Burtis, Jimmy Frisaura – trombone, Sonny Bravo – piano, Joe Santiago – bass instrument, Johnny ‘Dandy’ Rodriguez, Jose Madera – congas, bongos, timbales, percussion, Nicky Marrero – timbales, Adalberto Santiago, Ruben Blades, Tito Allen – background vocals. 10 tracks including: Que Bueno Baila Usted, Yiri Yiri Bon, Bonito y Sabroso, Dolor y Perdon, Se Me Cayo el Tabaco, Encantado de la Vida, Francisco Guayabal, Baila del Amor, Camarera del Amor, Santa Isabel de las Lajas. Jacket has some wear and tape along top edge, name written on front.