Bobby Valentin —
Se La Comio ... CD Fania, Late 60s. New Copy ...
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If a cover was enough, this album would already be great – but it's also one of the hardest-grooving sets from Bobby Valentin, cut at the end of the 60s with a heavy early salsa groove! Bobby's really stepping off his Latin soul work nicely with the set – moving into a realm of longer, more complicated songs that's handled with a style that's got a timeless edge – that nice shift he made towards more expansive styles after leaving New York for Puerto Rico! Yet there's also some key elements from the earlier years in place – especially that sharp, hard sense of a groove that made Valentin a key bridge beween the Latin Soul generation and the rising salsa scene of the 70s. Titles include "Que Mujer", "Beribicua", "Son Son Charari", "Grarambembere", and "Me Abandonaste". CD