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Mascarada 2

CD (Item 610674) JZ Productions, Early 2000s — Condition: New Copy
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Plenty of salsa with class from the great Johnny Ray – an old-school percussionist, but one who really knows how to hold a groove! The album's a sweet indie effort from the east coast scene – one that shows that a jazzy vibe's still alive and well in New York – especially when handled by a master like this. Keyboards are a bit modern, but all the rest is nice and classic – and singers include Sammy Gonzalez and Jose Davila, plus some work from Adalberto Santiago on the chorus. Titles include "Mascarada", "Bandolera", "Mi Amor Amor", "Delia", "Sin Saber", and "Desnudate".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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