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Ismael Rivera con Cortijo Y Su ComboBienvenido/Welcome ... CD
Tico, Late 60s. New Copy ... About May 1, 2015 (delayed)
Hard Puerto Rican Latin, with added arrangements by Tito Puente, sure to please the New York crowd! Rivera's vocals are excellent, as always, and Cortijo's firey group has always been his greatest backup. Titles include "Bomba Ae", "Sinbad El Marino", "Los Vaqueros", "Borinquen", and "Ding Ding Dong Dong". CD
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RamoncitoRamoncito Y Su Salsa ... LP
Discofon/Wah Wah (Spain), 1978. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99
Killer Latin sounds from the 70s Spanish scene – and a record that would be much more at home in the New York scene of the 60s! The percussion is very lively – in a way that takes us back to the sound of Cortijo's combo in the 60s – and is mixed with a sweet range of salsa flourishes on saxes and trumpets, and held together with some great electric bass work too! A few tunes bring in a slight South American flourish, but in ways that seem to illustrate a wider Latin vision from Ramoncito – and titles include "Severa", "Dejalo Que Suba", "Avisale A Mi Compay", "Plechanga", "Con La Punta Del Pie", and a sweet version of "Che Che Cole". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 300 copies.)
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CortijoNoche De Temporal ... LP
Ansonia, Mid 60s. Very Good+ ... $34.99
A collection of lively rhythms from Cortijo – all led by some tight work on timbales, and also featuring vocals from Johnny Vega on most of the numbers! The band is full and supports the rhythms with plenty of horns – and rhythms run through guaguanco, bombo, guajira, and plena styles – usually taken at a midtempo groove. Titles include "Noche De Temporal", "Tu Y Tu Guarapo", "Cortijo En Ingles", "Amanecer Borincano", and "El Combo De Cortijo". LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo pressing.)

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