Sublime falsetto soul from the great Ralfi Pagan
– one of the most unique artists on the New York Latin scene at the start of the 70s! Ralfi
shares some of the sweet soul modes of Joe Bataan – when Joe's in the right mood – but he also goes further, too – and really pushes things into the best New Jersey/
Philly mode of the period, while still hanging onto some Latin rhythms too. Most numbers have a harmony group behind Pagan
's soaring lead – and the instrumentation has some sweet electric touches that mix in a bit of funk with the Latin, too. Ralfi
chose some great material this time around, too – and the album features versions of "Too Late", "Brother Where Are You", "Bottom Line", and "Wonderful Thing".
(Multi-color label pressing. Cover has a very small stained spot on front, in nice shape otherwise!)