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Candido Featuring Al Cohn, In Indigo
The great Afro-Cuban drummer in bebop settings, with guitarist Joe Puma and keyboardist Dick Hyman on both original LPs; and the relaxed tenor of Al Cohn on the first, trumpeter Ernie Royal the second.



Candido Candido The Volcanic, Latin Fire
Two original LPs by the great Cuban conga and bongo player, with Art Farmer, Hank Jones, Phil Woods and co.



Sabu Martinez Safari With Sabu, Sorcery!
The two late-50s albums. The idea was to interweave African percussion, Latin American voicings, and the reeds and horns of US jazz. With Ray Barretto, Cecil Payne, Oscar Pettiford and co.



Cult Cargo Salsa Boricua De Chicago
Smoking mid-seventies Latin from Carlos Ruiz' Ebirac label, headquartered back then in a bustling Puerto Rican community centre on the west side of the city.



Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol.4
Further excavations amidst the tropical Peruvian music of the 1960s, careering between the mambo era just over, and the salsa and cumbia upheaval to come.



Salsa Mundo Colombia  Music Born Of Conflict
Colombian salsa from its sixties roots through till the mid-seventies, covering all the big names. Another Discos Fuentes comp and a bit glib, that subtitle but fabulous music, of course.



Omara Portuondo, Chucho Valdes Omara And Chucho
Buena Vista diva and piano maestro two Cuban legends basking together in romance and nostalgia: 'a dedication to the love of music'.




Shorty Rogers Afro-Cuban Influence
Great big-band Latin jazz from 1958, with alumni like Manne, Rosolino, Holman, Geller, Bob Cooper; and no scrimping on percussion. Coupled with Shorty Rogers Meets Tarzan, from the following year.







Joe Bataan The Lost Sessions, New York,1970
His beautiful voice in fine fettle on this missing link between The Bottle and the Salsoul disco-raps a foretaste of disco in 1976, but previously released only in Japan, including fine Isaac Hayes and Billy Stew...