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Xavier Cugat takes on the tango mode, and handles it with his great flair for the dramatic – on titles that include "Charisse", "Orchids In The Moonlight", "Adios Muchachos", and "La Cumparsita". LP, Vinyl record album
An obscure set by Dominican bandleader Luis Kalaff – and an early American album of Merengue! Titles include "La Mecha", "La Salve De Las Antillas", "Rio Abajo Voy", "El Fucu", "Tu Si Sabes Como Fue", and "Cada Tierra Con Su Ritmo". LP, Vinyl record album
A great album of hard, spare cha cha cha tracks by some of the best artists recording for the Tico label during the late 50s. Don't be put off by the "mixed artist" nature of the set – as it's a really strong one, and has a very unified feel overall, thanks to the quality of the ... LP, Vinyl record album
Beautiful, baby! Symphony Sid was one of the pivotal Latin DJs in New York radio, and throughout his career, he helped many of the city's best players and singers get their start on the scene. In 1972, Sid did his last radio show ever – and the event was broadcast from the famous Cheetah ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of Tito's classic 50's recordings for Tico, all of which have a much rawer sound than his work for RCA from the same time. The tracks on here represent some Tito's best work in the Cha Cha Cha format – played with a hard sound and a good percussive drive aimed towards a very appreciative ... LP, Vinyl record album
A hard to find Charlie Palmieri album from the early 70's – released on Alegre, and with a crack set of arrangements by Charlie, Sonny Bravo, and Tito Puente. The tracks are all fairly short – except for the long take on Arsenio Rodriguez' "El Guaya Catalina" – but as ... LP, Vinyl record album