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CD (Item 626541) Rotel, 1976 — Condition: New Copy
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A tropical combo, but one with a definite Haitian bent – from the French-language lyrics, right down to the warm rhythms at the core! The album's got a really great blend of trumpet, guitar, and accordion – the last of which is used more like an organ, in ways that are slow-paced, without the solo flourishes you'd hear in other genres – so that the instrument has this cool space-filling quality that's mighty nice! All three group members sing – and titles include "Papa Loco", "Plasir Teenagers", "Anita", "Information", "Timan Man Fe'm Douce", and "Information".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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