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VariousEl Barrio – The Bad Boogaloo – Nuyorican Sounds 1966 to 1970 ... CD
Fania/Codigo, Late 60s. Used ... $8.99
Nothing bad here, as the grooves are all totally great – and pulled from the hardest-hitting side of the New York Latin scene at the end of the 60s! The collection does a great job of mixing together some of the key favorites from the classic Fania catalog with a few other bits that haven't been reissued before – and together, the tracks work perfectly to serve up that unique blend of soul, funk, and Latin that was going down in the Spanish Harlem scene during these crucial crucial years! Dean Rudland compiled and handled the notes – and he's definitely at the top of his game here. Collection features 16 tracks in all – including "Gimme Some Love" by Joe Cuba, "Morris Park" by Lenni Sesar, "Come & Get It" by Ralph Robles, "Bad Breath" by Bobby Valentin, "Mercy Mercy Baby" by Ray Barretto, "King Of Latin Soul" by Joey Pastrana, "Aye Que Rico" by Eddie Palmieri, "Mama's Girl" by King Nando, "Marilu" by George Guzman, "Fever" by La Lupe, "Happy Soul With A Hook" by Dave Cortez & The Moon People, "Camel Walk" by The Latinaires, "What You Mean" by Johnny Colon, "Guajira Con Soul" by Johnny Ventura, "Jumpin With Symphony Sid" by Ray Rodriguez, and "Baby Boo Boogaloo" by Vladimir & His Orchestra. CD

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✨✧ VariousTeen Dance Music From China & Malaysia ... CD
Thrift Score, Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Here's a pretty groovy set of tunes – and all scored at a thrift store in California by the compilers! The album's filled with tunes pulled from obscure albums of instrumental music from Southeast Asia, circa late 60s/early 70s – mod and swinging instrumentals that are going for a serious western pop kind of sound. There's lots of different styles running through the mix – from guitar or organ-based instrumentals, to soundtrack-type numbers with a John Barry or Morricone feel, to other tracks that mix together Latin rhythms and other groovy 60s touches. There's not a lot known about most of the artists on the set – but that also is one of the things that makes it pretty darn compelling! Titles include "Themes From James Bond" by The Stylers, "For A Few Dollars More" by Man Chau Po Orchestra, "Tabu" by The Sound Of Silverstones, "Indecipherable" by The Polar Five, "Funny Funny A Go Go" by The Brothers Hawk, "Chella-La" by The Stylers, and "Enjoy Yourself" by The Stylers. CD
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✨✧ VariousTrip – Created By Saint Etienne ... CD
Family/Universal (UK), 1970s/2004. Used 2 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A stellar entry in the Trip series – curated this time by effervescent aural groovers Saint Eteinne! Much like the other compilations in the series, the track list is mined from the deep, rich vaults of Universal and subsidiaries – and it's groovy as can be! The set is pretty heavy with the best 70s major soul, by both the biggest stars and the most under-appreciated talents of the era, plus off-kilter groove that no doubt informs the work of the compilers! A mix of 48 tracks on 2 CDs! Disc one includes "Cannibus" by Serge Gainsbourg, "Last Night Changed It All" by Esther Williams, "(A Case Of) Too Much Love Making" by Gloria Scott, "It's Time To Break Down" by the Supremes, "Deus Irae Psychedelico" by Ennio Morricone, "Shooting Star" by Mamas & The Papas, "Lady Orange Peel" by The Attack, "Breakaway" by Ernie Bush and tons more! Disc 2 includes "Like To Get To Know You" by Spanky & Our Gang, "Free From The City" by Poppy Family, "The Radio Song" by Dillard & Clark, "Can't Find The Time" by Orpheus, "Speak Like A Child" by Tim Hardin, "Dark Is The Bark" by the Left Banke, "A Doll's House" by John Barry and lots more! CD
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✨✧ Joao DonatoJoao Donato (aka Donato-Deodato) ... CD
32 Jazz/Muse, 1973. Used ... Out Of Stock
The legendary meeting of the two biggest Brazilian keyboard talents of the 70s – Joao Donato and Eumir Deodato – coming together in beautifully funky formation! The sound is a great blend of the moody electric work of Donato's classic Quem E Quem album, and some of the fuller, funkier grooves on Deodato's work for CTI – served up here in a double-keyboard blend with help from a host of great guest musicians! Other players include Randy Brecker on trumpet, Romeo Penque on flute, Mauricio Einhorn on harmonica, and Michael Gibson on guitar – plus plenty of percussion from Airto and Ray Barretto, who both join in to round out this all star session. Tracks are nicely long, and very jamming at times – and titles include the funky "Whistle Stop", plus "Where's JD", "Capricorn", "Nightripper", and "Batuque". CD
(Out of print.)

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