Voices In Latin (Barbara Moore) —
Something Cool ... LP Pulsar, Late 60s. Very Good+ ...
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An incredibly groovy record from The Voices In Latin – a one-off studio project headed up by sound library legend Barbara Moore! The set is one of the few commercially-released albums that Moore ever did – and as you might guess from the group's name, the record's got a style that blends larger voices with Latin rhythms – kind of in a sound library take on the style of SergioMendes & Brasil66! Some of the tunes here are familiar 60s pop numbers, but they're given a great new spin by Barbara and the group – and others are Moore originals, which are some of the grooviest in the bunch! Titles include "I've Walked Alone", "Busy", "Sara", "The Look Of Love", "Sunny", "Tea For Three", "Hideaway", and "Biding My Time". (Vocalists, Now Sound)LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear, small seam splits, and a small sticker on front.)