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Les BaxterCaribbean Moonlight ... LP
Capitol, Early 60s. Near Mint- .... $12.99
Not as all-out exotic as some of Les' earlier Capitol albums, but still pretty darn great! The theme here is Carribean exotic, and the rhythms have a little bit more of Cuba and Haiti than they do of primitive Borneo. Les handles them nicely, as always, and contributes some wonderful arrangements to the album. Titles include "Deep Night", "Green Eyes", "Sway", "Out Of This World", and "Adios". LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label pressing. Cover has some splitting on the spine & seams.)

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Robert DelgadoJamaica Disco/Dancing Queen/Tanz Unter Tropischer Sonne ... CD
Vocalion (UK), Late 70s. New Copy 2CD .... $19.99
A sweet trio of late 70s albums from Robert Delgado – all wrapped up together in a 2CD set! The music here all holds onto those Caribbean and Latin touches that made Delgado so great in the 60s – a unique pop instrumental approach to global genres that made Robert almost an A&M equivalent on the German easy scene! On these records, though, Delgado also brings in a bit of disco too – not a full-on New York groove, but lots of clubby touches alongside the easy instrumental modes – smoothing out the earlier styles a bit more for a mainstream dancefloor. The approach is surprisingly appealing at times – and the three albums together serve up a whopping 46 tracks that include "In Zaire", "Dance Little Lady Dance", "Verde", "Silver Bird", "Taboo", "Mambo Jambo", "Black River", "Guadalupe Limbo", and "Arawak". CD

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New Werner MuellerTropical Nights/Top Hits In Color ... CD
Vocalion (UK), 1960/1961. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
A pair of easy instrumental groovers from maestro Werner Muller! Tropical Nights is exactly what's promised in the title – a sweet take on Latin and Caribbean modes, served up with lots of jazzy touches and some mighty nice rhythms! There's a bit of German easy scoring in the mix – that bright, peppy sound of the economic miracle of the 60s – but other elements are still very much in the best crossover Latin exotic modes – like work by Edmundo Ros. Titles include "Poinciana", "Adios", "Manana", "Spanish Harlem", "Delicado", and "Amapola". Top Hits In Color features Werner Muller stirring up a pot of 50s pop hits – all redone here as instrumentals with lots of vivid touches! Some have strings, some have wordless vocals, and all swirl together nicely in the hands of Muller – titles that include "It's Not For Me To Say", "Tammy", "All The Way", "It's All In The Game", "A Fool Such As I", and "I Miss You So". CD