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Orquesta Coatzacoalcos (LP sleeve edition)

CD (Item 563663) Maya (Mexico), 1965 — Condition: New Copy
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Beautiful! The rare album by Orquesta Coatzacoalos – a mid 60s set of mambos and all around excellent music from the Mexican combo! The group is fantastic, with tight rhythms and percussion and horns parts roll from succinct, intense bursts to jazzier big band grooving. Includes "La Sitiera", "Tenderly", "Perfidia", "Al Di La", "La Virgen De La Macarena", "Voy", "Edn Un Pueblito Espanol" and "Arrullo De Los Pajaros". (Comes a great little LP style sleeve!)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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