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El Gran Fellove Mango Mangue
Drummer, singer and showman, veteran of the Cuban Jam Session LPs, Francisco Valdes moved to Mexico City in 1955. His guarachera and chuachua scatting mixes up ska and mambo, Cuban, Mexican and Puerto Rican styles.



Los Autenticos Malecon
Lovely traditional Cuban music bolero, guaracha, merengue, cha cha cha recorded last year in Havana.



Cal Tjader Fried Bananas
Drawn from four LPs issued at the end of the sixties by Skye including the scorcher Solar Heat his label venture with Gary McFarland and Gabor Szabo.



Africa Boogaloo The Latinization Of West Africa
Rocking the party and ramming the dancefloor is the first priority of this review of Latin styles in classic West African dance music, as it emerged with 1950s anti-colonialism, and ran on gloriously into the 70s.





107th Street Stickball Team Sareando, Pot Full Of Soul
Great New York latin soul LP from 1969, with Ricardo Marrero and Bobby Marin check Barbara With The Kooky Eyes plus unissued tracks by a supergroup including Tito Puente and Louie Ramirez.



Har-You Percussion Group Songs From The Ghetto Youth
Back in the legendary Latin soul recordings of a Harlem youth project led by Montego Joe (who reminisces here on the closing track) enough funk bass, burning horns and heavy drums to tear up any party.