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Santiago CeronBueno De Vicio!!! ... CD
Salsa International, 1982. Used ... $9.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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Ghetto BrothersPower/Fuerza ... CD
Salsa International/Everland (Austria), 1972. New Copy ... $14.99
A legendary record from one of the most unique Latin groups of their time! In an early 70s world where many Latin combos were going for class and poise, the Ghetto Brothers moved in another direction entirely – working here with a fair bit of electric guitar alongside more familiar Latin rhythms – all to push along some wonderfully soulful vocals! The record's got a very different feel than most east coast Latin work of the time – one that's a bit like some of the Chicano soul of the west coast, but not nearly as smooth, and with a definite nod towards both funk and singer/songwriter work of the mainstream! The guitar's really upfront in the mix – riffing off at the start of most tracks – and the vocals have a slightly sweet quality, supported by harmonies from the rest of the group at times – making for a wicked blend of modes that's extremely compelling. A record that's as filled with soul and feeling as it is with hard-edge groovers – featuring titles that include "You Say You Are My Friend", "Ghetto Brothers Power", "I Saw A Tear", "Girl From The Mountain", "There Is Something In My Hearth", "Got This Happy Feeling", and "Viva Puerto Rico Libre". CD
Also available Power/Fuerza ... LP 22.99

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✨✧ Ghetto BrothersPower/Fuerza ... LP
Salsa International/Everland (Austria), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... $22.99
A legendary record from one of the most unique Latin groups of their time! In an early 70s world where many Latin combos were going for class and poise, the Ghetto Brothers moved in another direction entirely – working here with a fair bit of electric guitar alongside more familiar Latin rhythms – all to push along some wonderfully soulful vocals! The record's got a very different feel than most east coast Latin work of the time – one that's a bit like some of the Chicano soul of the west coast, but not nearly as smooth, and with a definite nod towards both funk and singer/songwriter work of the mainstream! The guitar's really upfront in the mix – riffing off at the start of most tracks – and the vocals have a slightly sweet quality, supported by harmonies from the rest of the group at times – making for a wicked blend of modes that's extremely compelling. A record that's as filled with soul and feeling as it is with hard-edge groovers – featuring titles that include "You Say You Are My Friend", "Ghetto Brothers Power", "I Saw A Tear", "Girl From The Mountain", "There Is Something In My Hearth", "Got This Happy Feeling", and "Viva Puerto Rico Libre". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Power/Fuerza ... CD 14.99

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La SensualLa Sensual ... LP
Salsa International, 1981. Very Good+ ... $14.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)
 
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✨✧ Conjunto CandelaConjunto Candela Vol 2 ... CD
Combo, 1977. Used ... $7.99
There's a slightly rootsy groove to this 70s set from Conjunto Candela – a cool mix of salsa-styled trumpet lines with tres from Tony Velez – a mode that's similar to some of the groups working on the Vaya and International labels at the time! Vocals are by Louie Rodriguez and Charlie Romero – and pianist Hector Castro's the leader of the group – clearly a musician with a great ear for keeping things somewhat simple and laidback, as the combo moves through the music with a really relaxed, open feel. Titles include "Guaracha Inmortal", "Bebiendo", "Mi Son", "Negro Cimarron", "Goya Esta Bailando", "Vecina Ten Cuidado", and "A Los Santos". CD
(Out of print.)

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Dos SantosLogos ... LP
International Anthem, 2018. New Copy ... $20.99 22.99
A fantastic album from this groundbreaking Latin combo from Chicago – one who've got an inclusive spirit that grabs together so many different elements of music and unifies them as one! The style isn't quite salsa, isn't Latin rock or jazz – but instead has so many strands of sounds coming together at once – not colliding, but really merging and making something beautiful and new in the process – always with a sound that's proud, righteous, and very aware of its power to change! In a time of borders and boundaries, the approach is especially welcome – and it's our guess that we'll be hearing plenty from Dos Santos in years to come. The album features some guest work from the Antibalas horns, arranged by Nick Mazzarella – plus cornet from Ben LaMar Gay – on titles that include "Cordva", "Purisma", "Manos Ajenas", "How Far Are We From Here", "You Are My Revolution", "Caminante", "Logos", "Return Y Regreso", and "Acabame". LP, Vinyl record album

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Latin TempoSangre Nueva ... CD
International, 1977. Used ... $14.99
A great mix of styles – blending together traditional instrumentation on tres, bongos, and congas, with modern salsa touches on the horns and the jazzy arrangements of the group. Most tracks are quite lively, and titles include "Quien Sabe, Sabe", "Nave Sin Rumbo", "Cantando Vivire", "El Viejo Engome", "Sonaremos El Tambo", and "La Humanidad". CD
(Out of print original Fania pressing, slight crease through traycard artwork.)

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Quantic & His Combo BarbaroTradition In Transition ... CD
Tru Thoughts (UK), 2009. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Damn! Quantic really blows the roof off with this one – taking us even farther on a musical journey than ever before, and making us bow to his mighty talents in ways we never expected! The album's a really unique session recorded in Colombia, with help from an international batch of musicians and studio talents – a wicked extension of the Latin grooves that Quantic added to his funky mix a few years ago – but with far more sophistication and live instrumentation than he's ever used before! This album's not just a simple blend of salsa elements and funky grooves – and instead, it's a richly complicated tapestry of music – one that not only draws from Colombian sounds, but also some of the more sophisticated aspects of other Latin American scenes too – no surprise, given that performers here include Alfredo Linares on piano, Freddy Colorado on congas, Fernando Ovejo Silva on bass, Angel Hernandez on trumpet, and Arthur Verocai on arrangements. Mighty Malcolm Catto is on deck with some heavy drums – and most of the instrumentation here is acoustic, and richly varied throughout. Sublime, amazing, and a record that wins us over way more than we ever might have expected – and dammit, we already had a hell of a lot of respect for Will "Quantic" Holland! Titles include "Mas Pan"," Undelivered Letter", "Un Canto A Mi Tierra", "Mambo Los Quantic", "Arianita", "The Dreaming Mind (parts 1 & 2)", "I Just Feel In Love Again", "New Morning", "Albela", and "Linda Morena". CD

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TNT OrchestraTogether ... LP
Disco International, 1977. Sealed ... Just Sold Out!
Surprisingly nice album that has Tito Ramos and Tony Rojas reuniting in a crackling session of 70s salsa that mixes English and Spanish lyrics, both with the kind of soul that the band was famous for in the 60s. Tracks include "Hello My Love", "Los TNT", "La Mujer Latina", "Tu Pelo Blanco", and the heartbreaking "Land Of Broken Hearts". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover is a bit shopworn, cracked a bit at the opening, with stickers.)

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✨✧ Latin TempoLatin Tempo 2 ... CD
International, 1973. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A really great salsa session from the early 70s – played by this young group with loads of fire, and a heck of a lot of soul. Lead vocals are sung by Cele Delgado and Anibal Iglesias – but it's the band that really kicks, as their mix of percussion, trombone, and trumpet really drives the rhythm. Features the jazz mambo "LT Mambo", and the tracks "El Gozon", "Sone", "El Destino", and "Lo Tuyo No Es Tuyo". CD
(Please Note: Tray card is missing its spines and a portion of the artwork, but everything else is fine with the package.)

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✨✧ Dos SantosLogos ... CD
International Anthem, 2018. Used ... Out Of Stock
A fantastic album from this groundbreaking Latin combo from Chicago – one who've got an inclusive spirit that grabs together so many different elements of music and unifies them as one! The style isn't quite salsa, isn't Latin rock or jazz – but instead has so many strands of sounds coming together at once – not colliding, but really merging and making something beautiful and new in the process – always with a sound that's proud, righteous, and very aware of its power to change! In a time of borders and boundaries, the approach is especially welcome – and it's our guess that we'll be hearing plenty from Dos Santos in years to come. The album features some guest work from the Antibalas horns, arranged by Nick Mazzarella – plus cornet from Ben LaMar Gay – on titles that include "Cordva", "Purisma", "Manos Ajenas", "How Far Are We From Here", "You Are My Revolution", "Caminante", "Logos", "Return Y Regreso", and "Acabame". CD
Also available Logos ... LP 20.99
 
 
 



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