Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.
Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ
|1.||Louie Ramirez - "New Breed" (3:53)|
|1.||The 107th Stickball Team - "Let Me Do My Thing" (2:15)|
|1.||Los Africanos - "Together People (Pamoja Watu)" (3:00)|
|1.||Mike Guaguenti Y Orquesta - "Salsa Con Charanga" (4:27)|
|1.||Brooklyn Sounds - "Mirame San Miguel" (4:48)|
|1.||Brooklyn Sounds - "Guaguanco De Puerto Rico" (3:45)|
In the same vein as the infamous Honest Jon's complications from London, Spain's Rocafort imprint heads into the underbelly of Latin funk from New York City in the years between 1967 and 1978. There is much heavenly music to be found in this tiny corner of time and space, a cultural pocket that surely led to the future proliferation of salsa internationally. Boogaloo is the official terminology given to this particularly nutty variation of funk, and each one of these six tunes is allocated one side of the vinyl each, a tactic which makes all the sense in the world. Tunes by the likes of Mike Guaguenti Y Orquesta, Los Africanos and Brooklyn Sounds are a timeless, essential addition to anyone's record collection. This comes highly recommended.
Tell us what you think in the Facebook comments box below: