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New Bobby ValentinSe La Comio ... CD
Fania, 1969. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
If a cover was enough, this album would already be great – but it's also one of the hardest-grooving sets from Bobby Valentin, cut at the end of the 60s with a heavy early salsa groove! Bobby's really stepping off his Latin soul work nicely with the set – moving into a realm of longer, more complicated songs that's handled with a style that's got a timeless edge – that nice shift he made towards more expansive styles after leaving New York for Puerto Rico! Yet there's also some key elements from the earlier years in place – especially that sharp, hard sense of a groove that made Valentin a key bridge beween the Latin Soul generation and the rising salsa scene of the 70s. Titles include "Que Mujer", "Beribicua", "Son Son Charari", "Grarambembere", and "Me Abandonaste". CD

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New Bobby ValentinSe La Comio ... CD
Fania, Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
If a cover was enough, this album would already be great – but it's also one of the hardest-grooving sets from Bobby Valentin, cut at the end of the 60s with a heavy early salsa groove! Bobby's really stepping off his Latin soul work nicely with the set – moving into a realm of longer, more complicated songs that's handled with a style that's got a timeless edge – that nice shift he made towards more expansive styles after leaving New York for Puerto Rico! Yet there's also some key elements from the earlier years in place – especially that sharp, hard sense of a groove that made Valentin a key bridge beween the Latin Soul generation and the rising salsa scene of the 70s. Titles include "Que Mujer", "Beribicua", "Son Son Charari", "Grarambembere", and "Me Abandonaste". CD
(Out of print original Fania pressing.)
 
 
 
 



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