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✨✧ Rumba TresRumbamania ... LP
TH Rodven, 1988. Sealed ... Out Of Stock
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VariousRumbita Buena – Rumba Funk & Flamenco Pop From The Belter & Discophon Archives – 1970 to 1976 ... LP
Pharaway Sounds (Spain), Early 70s. New Copy ... $25.99 26.99
Spanish sounds with plenty of groove – a killer compilation from a time when older flamenco styles were coming into play with fresher forms of funk and soul – all of which makes for a really amazing sound! All the drama of previous years gets packed into these upbeat, fast-moving tunes that really pack a punch – that fluid style of singing from flamenco, the love of quick percussion and handclaps, and some of the fastest moving guitar work you'll ever hear – all set to tight basslines, romping drums, and some nice larger production that never dampens the edge of the music at all! The whole thing's great – a completely unique blend of modes – and titles include "Rumbita Tru La La" by Rumba Tres, "El Perro De San Roque" by Teresiya, "Te Estoy Amando Locamente" by Los Candelos, "Zorongo Rock" by El Noi, "Kikilibu" by Chango, "Quiero Cafe" by Rosa Morena, "Trinia" by Dolroes Abril, "Ay Amor" by El Principe Gitano, and "A La Pelota" by Dolores Vargas La Terremoto. LP, Vinyl record album

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OkuteOkute ... CD
Chulo, 2021. New Copy ... $12.99 13.99
A contemporary Cuban group, but one who fit easily in the long cultural legacy of Havana – as the combo have a way of taking timeless modes and making them come alive again in all new ways – often really stripping things down to their roots, with an intimate, earthy presentation that you wouldn't even find on classic Cuban records from many years back! In a way, the style here is similar to some of the recent Gilles Peterson/Brownswood Records projects from Havana – really tapping into the overlooked richness that still flows from the city's corners with a group like this – heavy on percussion, working in a variety of rhythms, often with guitar or tres in the mix – and topped with some wonderfully soulful vocals. Titles include "Caridad", "Na Na Saguey", "Devuelvame La Voz", "Rumbarimbula", "Gaston's Rumba", and "Chichiribako". CD

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✨✧ Conjunto ImpactoConjunto Impacto ... LP
Teca, 1977. Very Good+ Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The group's directed by Ramon Estevez, who sings as well – and features piano and tres from Jorge Cabrera, and bass from Mario Perez – who also handles the overall music! Titles include "Falsedad", "El Son De Adalberto", "Una Rumba Den Mi Barrio", "Los Limintes", and "Historia De Mi Son". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ VariousRumba Rules ... LP
Secousse (France), 2022. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A well-done soundtrack to the film of the same name – one that mixes together both studio work, and some field recording-styled material – all to show the continuing evolution of rumba modes in the Republic Of The Congo! There's different elements here than the first wave of Congolese rumba many years back – sometimes more electronics in the rhythms, but still a warmly acoustic sound overall – and a very joyous style of vocals on most tracks too. Much of the studio work is by Brigade Sarbati, who turn in the tracks "Edenda", "Ma Descendance", "Tshuna Baby", and "Rando" – next to other tracks that include "Tozoela Ba Ancetres" by Lumumba Ya Muana, "Excuse Me (live – Rumba Rules edit)" by Papa Wemba, "Block Cadenas" by Werrason & Wenge Musica Maison, and "Nzambi Ya Babo" by Eglise La Resurrection. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Rolando La'Serie/Cortijo Y Su Combo/Ismael RiveraDanger Do Not Trespass ... CD
Rumba, 1961. Used ... Out Of Stock
No danger here – unless you're afraid of the raw power of a stunning 60s Latin session – this gem of a record that features lead vocals from Roland La'Serie and a young Ismael Rivera – each of whom get plenty of tracks on their own, then come together for two duet numbers too! Backing is by Cortijo, who's at that key point in his career when he was focusing the energy of a larger group down into the sort of tighter combo modes that would make his early 60s sound a big inspiration for others in the later part of the decade – especially on the number of guaracha tracks on the set! Titles include "Moliendo Cafe", "Severa","Sola Y Triste", "Yo Te Contare", "El Mar De Lima", "Los Carreteros", "Maria Conchita", and "El Pescador". CD
(Original Rumba CD pressing.)
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