Perhaps one of the most influential Cuban music artists from the Castro period, Juan Formell formed Los Truck Truck in 1969 after developing Afro-Cuban meldings using the changui audio of Elio Reve’s Orchestra. Following that he did even more to impact the audio of Cuban music than other people through the ’70s and ’80s. Blessed in Havana in 1942, Formell was trained both by his dad as well as the bassist Orestes Urfe. By age 17 he was an associate of a military services music group (playing bass aswell); many years afterwards, he transferred to the nightclubs and started working on the brand new sound of Cuban dance, with Elio Reve in addition to Elena Burke. After developing Los Van Truck, Formell presented the songo audio, which became perhaps one of the most well-known forms through the ’70s. The delivery of the ’80s brought a fresh sound, that of buey cansado, and unsurprisingly, the brand new form proved just like well-known as songo. Los Truck Van released many high-selling LPs and toured the majority of South and Central America, in addition to Asia as well as the then-Soviet Union. Formell provides recorded several single albums, though Los Truck Van shows up on most of them. He passed on in the springtime of 2014. In 2015, Los Truck Truck released La Fantasia: Homenaje a Juan Formell through Egrem in Cuba. The music group, led by Samuel Formell stated that Juan acquired already chosen all of the music for the record. He composed five from the set’s compostions and his tone of voice appears over the name track–orignally constructed for Luna Manzanares. The record, billed to Juan Formell y Los Truck Van–was not just a vital achievement but a industrial one aswell. Sony selected it up for discharge internationally and released it in THE UNITED STATES in early 2016.