Willie Colon met Hector Lavoe en Yomo Toro op cuatro uit 1975.
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly is a 1975 album by Willie Colón with backing from Yomo Toro on cuatro and vocal contributions from his regular singer Héctor Lavoe and Lavoe`s replacement Rubén Blades. The album featured three cover art portraits by Ron Levine of Yomo Toro ("the Good"), Colón ("the Bad") and Lavoe ("the Ugly") but not Blades, punning the film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Lavoe recorded his tracks on return from Kinshasha in Zaire. It was to be Lavoe`s last collaboration for a period after a successful series with Colón as he issued his first solo album La Voz. For Blades it was his second album after 1970`s De Panama a New York, also for Fania, and marked the start of a collaboration with Colón which would continue for several albums.
1. Toma (vocals Willie Colón) (2:17)
2. Potpourri III (vocals Héctor Lavoe) (3:20)
3. Cua Cua Ra, Cua Cua (Baden Powell) Willie Colón (3:25)
4. Dona Toña (Willie Colón) instrumental (3:43)
5. MC2 - Theme for Realidades (instrumental 3:43)
1. El Cazangero (vocals Rubén Blades) (4:01)
2. Guaracha (Willie Colón) Willie Colón (5:05)
3. I Feel Campesino - Theme Realidades (Willie Colón) instrumental (3:29)
4. Que Bien Te Ves (Willie Colón) Héctor Lavoe (3:35)