Great information for salsa lovers and film junkies: Concord Music will launch its first feature-film soundtrack comprised of all Fania artists for the upcoming film Shine, Streets Talkin can completely reveal.
This is their first three way partnership to derive from Concord’s current acquisition of Fania Records and Publishing, with its roughly 19,000 grasp recordings and eight,000 compositions from Codigo Entertainment, introduced in July.
Directed by Anthony Nardolillo, Shine tells the story of brothers Ralphi and Junior, as soon as New York City’s finest salsa dancers, who’re reunited years after the demise of their father, on opposing ends of gentrification. The inspirational movie, in response to the official web site, is “about household, group, tradition, and standing up for what you consider in.”
The film’s energetic soundtrack will characteristic music by Fania, aligning completely with Concord Music’s efforts to develop their newly shaped movie and tv manufacturing division.
Featuring 12 salsa songs, from Willie Colon’s “El Malo” to “Salsa y Sabor” by Tito Puente, Shine the Soundtrack will likely be launched on Oct. 5 — the identical day the film hits theaters — and is accessible on CD on Nov. 16.
Check out the entire monitor checklist, trailer, and the film’s official music video, “Alza tu Bandera” by KeblinX, beneath.
Descarga Fania – Performed by: Fania All Stars
Ariñañara – Performed by: Joe Cuba Sextette
El Malo – Performed by: Willie Colon
Coquero – Performed by: Mew Swing Sextet
Acid – Performed by: Ray Barrette
Salsa Y Sabor – Performed by: Tito Puente
Oyelo Que Te Conviene – Performed by: Eddie Palmieri
What Good is a Castle – Performed by: Joe Bataan
Indestructible – Performed by: Ray Barrette
No Dejes De Soñar – Performed by: Angel López and Maryleida Hernandez
Alza Tu Bandera – Performed by KeblinX