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The conguero Johnny Zamot returns, almost 40 years after his last album, with his most recent phonogram Para Siempre. Johnny Zamot's name is already part of the DNA in the history of salsa.

His group Sociedad 76 scored big hits in the so-called golden age of this phenomenon that began in New York in the mid-60s of the last century. After epic recordings such as Introduces The Boogaloo Frog (1969), El Hulk De La Salsa (1980), or La Guerra and accompanied by his inseparable vocalist Freddy Concepción and the pianist Paquito Pastor, essential components of Sociedad 76, Zamot shows that he still has a lot of gunpowder.