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✨✧ Ray Perez Y Los DementesEl Milagro ... CD
Discomoda, 2000. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Ray Perez works here with a number of different singers – including Domingo Claro, Carlin Rodriguez, and Teo Hernandez – yet weaves their vocals into a nicely unified set that features plenty of piano and keyboards from Perez next to some especially nice percussion! The group has a nice lean sound – not really the full horn section for most salsa albums of this vintage, which really lets the full expressive quality of the singers come to the forefront – almost making for a more personal sort of session, while still keeping up a salsa-styled groove. Titles include "Canta Gaitero", "El Milagro", "Catalina", "Laura P", "Mexico 7", "Aqui Estoy De Nuevo", and "Convergencia". CD

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✨✧ Ray Perez Y Los DementesPura Salsa ... CD
Discomoda, 1970s/1980s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A collection of killer cuts from Ray Perez and Los Dementes – a rock-solid salsa group, but one who never got as much exposure up on our scene – maybe in part because of their Venezuelan origin! Yet that lack of exposure hardly dims the light in these tracks at all – as the CD is overflowing with cookers that never let up – the kind of well-crafted small combo rhythms that are completely on fire in terms of percussion, bass, and piano – often rocketing away at top speed while the horns and vocals jump into the fray. Ray's records have always been tough to get, which makes this 16 track set such a great introduction to his work – with titles that include "Mi Salsa Llego", "El Guaguanco Y La Salsa", "Escargando", "La Cenicienta", "Mi Mujer No Esta En El Guiro", "Vete De Mi Vida", "Los Dementes", "A Comer Llaman", "Catalina", and "Carnaval De Cueros". CD

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