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Latin — LPs

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✨✧ Tego CalderonUnderdog/El Subestimado ... LP
Atlantic, 2006. Near Mint- 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Explicit version in a stickered sleeve.)

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✨✧ Charlie PalmieriLatin Bugalu ... LP
Atlantic, 1968. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of Charlie Palmieri's best records from the 60s! The session is an obscure one-off done for Atlantic in 1968 – and for some reason, the record was never issued as widely as some of Charlie's other sides for smaller labels during the time, making it one of the most hard-to-find chapters of his career. The tracks are played by a tight little Latin jazz combo – with Charlie on piano, Julian Priester on trombone, and Louis Ramirez on timbales – and the set is filled with some great original tunes that mix together boogaloo rhythms and straight ahead Latin jazz. Tracks include "Bugalu", "Mambo Show", "Panama's Boogaloo", and "Bitter Sweet" – plus a Latin soul instrumental reading of "Up Tight". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red and green label Broadway pressing – nice and clean! Cover has a cut corner, which also has some light wear and a bit of water staining – but rest of cover is nice.)

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Mongo SantamariaFeelin' Alright ... LP
Atlantic, 1970. Very Good ... $8.99
One of Mongo's biggest records of the early 70s – and an important early side for Atlantic Records! Moving to Atlantic from Columbia, Mongo hipped things up even more – picking up on important trends in soul, rock, and the Latin underground of the time. Atlantic gave Mongo the freedom to open things up a bit more – and fill his grooves with a bit more funk, jazz, and Chicano soul than heard on earlier albums. The result is a wonderful blend of styles that crackles with electricity from track to track. Arrangements are by Mongo's longtime partner, Marty Sheller – and titles include "Hip Hug Her", "Sunshine Of Your Love", "Hold On, I'm Coming", "On Broadway", and "In A Gadda Da Vida", which is a real trip! LP, Vinyl record album
(Broadway label pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Mongo SantamariaMongo '70 ... LP
Atlantic, 1970. Near Mint- ... $14.99
A killer set from Mongo Santamaria – one of his first albums on Atlantic, and a record that really keeps up the groove of his Columbia sides! Mongo's moving into very funky territory here – working with arranger Marty Sheller, and getting some great help on keyboards from Neal Creque – fresh to the group from his time in Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers. Other players in the set include Sonny Henry, Roger Glenn, and Angel Allende – and the album cooks with a really nice mix of electric and acoustic playing! Titles include "Windjammer", "Look Away", "The Whistler", "Mo' Do", "Grass Roots", "Night Crawler", and "March Of The Panther". LP, Vinyl record album
(Green and red Broadway label stereo pressing. Cover has a cutout notch.)

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✨✧ Mongo SantamariaMongo's Way ... LP
Atlantic, 1971. Very Good- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sockin soul work from Mongo Santamaria – a real killer of an album, with a dope 70s sound! The album features Mongo hitting a nice blacksploitation mode – fuller arrangements than before, plus lots of electric touches on guitar, bass, and keyboards. Marty Sheller did most of the arrangements – taking things up a few notches from his 60s recordings with Mongo – and other players include Armando Peraza, Bernard Purdie, Neal Creque, Stanley Turrentine, and Eddie Gale. Titles include "Geechee Girl", "Sometimes Bread", "Hippo Walk", "The Letter", "Tell It", "Listen Here", and "Afro Walk". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red & green label Broadway pressing.)
 
 
 



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