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Latino Con Soul

LP (Item 374106) West Side Latino, Mid 60s — Condition: New Copy
(reissue)
$9.99 ...

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(€7.87 || £6.20 || ¥1073) (approx.)
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Killer material from the mid 60s – recorded for United Artists after Ray's initial watusi work for Tico – and in a similar style that has mixes together Ray's Charanga Moderna sound with some more boogaloo and Latin Soul numbers! The record's a key bridge between these two chapters of Ray's career – and shows that he was an early player in the change of the Latin sound of the 60s – hitting hard with a tight, young jazzy group on this excellent set! Titles include "Trompeta y Trombon", "Boogaloo Con Soul", "Do You Dig It?", "Fuego y Pa'Lante", "Happy Birthday Everybody", "El Picor", and "Bilongo".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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