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Lucky Peterson1, 2, 3, 4/Good Old Candy ... 7-inch
Yambo, Early 70s. Very Good ... $2.99
Two sides of goofy organ blues, by youngster Lucky Peterson. His singing's terrible, and his organ playing's slightly better – but give him points for being a kid, though! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Today pressing.)
 
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Pucho & The Latin Soul BrothersBig Stick/Dateline ... CD
Prestige/BGP (UK), 1968/1969. New Copy ... $11.99 18.99
Two rare gems from this legendary Latin group – both on CD for the first time ever! Big Stick is quite possibly the rarest album from Pucho & The Latin Soul brothers – and also one of the greatest, too – thanks to a wonderfully soulful vibe overall, and some wicked vocals from the great Jackie Soul! Arrangements are a bit bigger than some of their previous dates, but nicely offbeat too – put together by Bill Fisher, and featuring loads of great keyboards and organ from Neal Creque! The sound's got less horns than beofre, but the heavy percussion, keyboards, and vocals more than offset that loss – and make for one of the most unique Pucho albums ever! Titles include "Swamp People", "Left In the Cold", "Big Stick", "Cold Shoulder", and a very groovy version of "Sunny"! Dateline is a rare gem from Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers – and an album that has them really hitting strong on all instrumental fronts! The group sports wonderful piano and organ lines from Neal Creque – a player who helps Pucho hit a more expansive, jazzy vibe – mixed with horns from the always-great Pazant brothers – Eddie on saxes and Al on trumpet – plus some trombone from Barry Rogers too! These players all really help add some great jazzy inflections to the whole set – important, too, because the album's all instrumental – with no vocals to get in the way of the solos. Willie Bivens also plays vibes on the record – and titles include "Listen to Louie", "Dateline", "Yambo", "Bim", and "Ain't Nothin Can Happen". CD

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✨✧ Pucho & His Latin Soul BrothersLegends Of Acid Jazz – Best Of Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers ... CD
Prestige, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Henry Pucho Brown was one of the cookingest Latin soul leaders of the 60s – an artist who was already pretty jazzy at the start, then really grabbed onto some of the soulful changes happening in Spanish Harlem during the late 60s – which helped him create some of the most hard-grooving records on Prestige at the time! This wonderful set pulls together both vocal and instrumental numbers that really show the full talents of Pucho and his Latin Soul Brothers – a smoking combo that also features the mighty Pazant Brothers on horns. Titles include "Listen To Louie", "Wanderin Rose", "Candied Yam", "Swamp People", "Yambo", "Maiden Voyage", "Swing Thing", "Ain't Nothin Can't Happen", and "Got Myself A Good Man". CD
 
 
 



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