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LibreRitmo Sonido Estilo ... LP
Montuno, 1983. Very Good+ .... $19.99
A great little 80s album by Manny Oquendo's Libre group – recorded after their classic Salsoul LPs, but every bit as great! The group are in incredible form – very tight, with loads of jazzy touches, and an approach to the groove that won't quit. Players include Andy Gonzalez, Jerry Gonzalez, Steve Turre, Dave Valentin, and Milton Cardona – and the tracks are all long enough to allow the players plenty of space to express themselves. Arrangements are by Marty Sheller, Andy Gonzalez, and Manny Oquendo – and tracks include "Que Humanidad", "Elena Elena", "Bailala Pronto", "Llora Timberto", and a great version of "Little Sunflower". LP, Vinyl record album

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New Eddie CanoCha Cha Con Cano ... LP
United Artists, Early 60s. Very Good- .... Just Sold Out!
Eddie's hard firey piano is right at home in this set of nicely stripped-down cha cha tracks – and he grooves a lot more than on his pop Latin recordings made later for Reprise. The backing is relatively spare, and mostly percussion – and titles include "Poinciana", "Time Was", "Dancing In The Dark", "Catalina", and "Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise". LP, Vinyl record album
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New Jose MangualBuyu ... LP
Turnstyle, 1977. Sealed .... Just Sold Out!
A classic underground Latin jazz album from the 70s – a wonderfully warm session that beautifully mixes older rhythms and a range of soulful jazz styles! The album's one of the few cut as a leader by bongo player Jose Mangual – whose sweet-stepping rhythms really make the set groove – and the session also features great work from Tito Puente on timbales and vibes, Patato Valdez on congas, Luiz Ortiz on trumpet, Dick Meza on tenor, and Kimmy Knepper on trombone. Most tracks are in an acoustic mode, but slight electric touches warm things up nicely – making for a really unique Latin jazz groove that was years ahead of its time – and a vibe that still makes this album one that we go back for time and time again! Titles include the funky groover "Black & Brown Boogie" – which features guest work on keyboards by Richard Tee, plus a bit of vocals – and other instrumental tunes include "Mai Kinshasa", "Summit", "Chinatown", "Dreamy", "Bamba A Puerto Rico", and "Sunrise Prince". LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed! Cover has a bumped corner.)