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One or two small marks that would make an otherwise near perfect record slightly less so.
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Possible minor surface noise when played.
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A real overlooked Latin gem of the 60s – hiding beneath a simple soundtrack tribute format! Joe Quijano cut a rare few sides back in the day, but all of them are great – and he was one of the best New York leaders in the pre-Latin Soul years, with a tightness and small combo sense of ... LP, Vinyl record album
Joe and his crazy piano are at the head of another lively set of Latin numbers – piano driven all the way, with some heavy percussion to make things groove! Tracks include "Loco Motion", "Tremendo Cha-Cha-Cha", "Paso Merengue", "Mama Inez", "Baion ... LP, Vinyl record album
Joe Quijano was one of the greatest all-around Latin bandleaders of the early 60s – and this rare session for Columbia shows him capably moving through a wide range of material, from mambo, to bossa, to cha cha cha! The bossa material is especially interesting – in that it's got more ... LP, Vinyl record album
Hard early work by Joe Loco – featuring the piano of the mad genius set in spare striking percussion arrangements with some occasional extra horn work! The best cuts have Joe really going to town on the keys, playing strange choppy little solos that are filled with the kind of imagination ... LP, Vinyl record album
A perky album of Latin dance tracks from Sylvio Mazzuca that Columbia issued in the early 60s. Tracks include "Agostina De Aragon", "Caramba", "Sinceridad", "Rumba Azul", "Cha Cha Cha De Luxo", "Too Much Tequila", "Ondas Do ... LP, Vinyl record album
Good fishing from this cool salsa combo – led by bassist Roberto Rivera, with vocals from Jaime Rivera and Anthony Martinez, and titles that include "derroche", "Sinceridad", "Dios Mio que Estupido Fui", and "Tu Beso Tiene Otro Sabor". LP, Vinyl record album
A nice one by Joe Loco – one of his strongest of the 60s, and a tight batch of Latin soul tracks that has a lot more fire than some of his other records! The group's bigger too – with a crackling sound that's got all the youthful integrity you might expect from a title like Puerto Rico ... LP, Vinyl record album
The group's led by Javier Vazquez on piano, and features lead vocals from Fonzi Cruz – on titles tha tinclude "Teatro", "Juguete", "Muestra De Amor", "La Cita", "Mujer", "Quiereme Mujer", and "Sombra Negra". LP, Vinyl record album