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Tipica 73 (limited edition)

LP (Item 558327) Fania, 1973 — Condition: New Copy
(reissue)
$13.99 ...

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List Price: 14.98
(€10.93 || £8.64 || ¥1487) (approx.)
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The landmark first album by Tipica 73 – one of the important "new traditionalist" groups of the 70s, and a great mix of newer salsa and older styles – done by a group that features Sonny Bravo on piano, Orestes Vilato on timbales, and Rene Lopez on trumpet. Titles include "Oye Mi Guajira", "Tintorera", "Descarga 73", and "Son De La Loma" – and Adalberto Santiago sings lead vocals. (Remastered 140 gram vinyl. Limited edition of 1000)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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