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Orlando MarinSe Te Quemo La Casa ... LP
Alegre, Mid 60s. Very Good+ ... $33.99 38.99
Cracklin' hot stuff by Orlando Marin and his orchestra – so cracklin' hot that the cover's got some firemen putting out a blaze! Orlando's on timbales and Chivirico Davila sings on some cuts, and the band's got a tight battery of percussionists that keep the groove going at nearly every moment. The album's got a good descarga track called "Esta De Bala", a mambo called "Ritmo Bembe", and a few tight pachanga cuts like "Aprovechate", "No Se Detengan", and "La Casa". Very cool stuff, and one of the hard to find early LPs on Alegre. LP, Vinyl record album
(Light blue label pressing, but in the original cover. However, cover has masking tape on the top seam and spine, which have both split, and green tape on the bottom seam. Vinyl is nice!)
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✨✧ VariousRevolucion – Original Cuban Funk Grooves 1967 to 1978 ... CD
Freestyle (UK), Late 60s/1970s. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Massive funk from 70s Cuba – a musical hotbed that's finally getting its due on the wider global market! These grooves have way way more to offer than just the familiar Latin styles you might know – as they mix in lots of hard drums, sweet electrics, and heavy jamming – all with a style that's a lot more experimental than most familiar funk from the US at the time – even though these Cuban cats were clearly getting a lot of inspiration from the American underground! Given that most numbers here were recorded in the format of longer-form Jazz and Latin sessions, the players get more room to jam than on conventional funky 45s – which allows for even more creativity in the instrumentation, and compelling interplay that really keeps things interesting throughout. And although there's been other Cuban funk collections out there in recent years, this one's especially nice – with a really inventive track selection that definitely lives up to the magic of the Havana scene at the time! Titles include "Oye Oyea" by Grupo Los Caneyes, "Adeoey" by Los Reyes 73, "Limitacion" by Grupo Monumental, "En Casa Del Trompo No Bailes" by Orquesta Riverside, "Bailalo Asi" by Pello El Afrokan, "Hasta La Semana Que Viene" by Orquesta Los Van Van, "Tu No Me Puedes Conquistar" by Grupo Los Yoyi, and "Recital En Descarga" by Algo Nuevo Y Juan Pablo Torres. (Funky Compilations, Latin) CD
(Out of print.)

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