Friday, April 24, 2009
recording on cbs labels. here is une most time the tremendes
sax players from venezuela johnny sedes on his 1979 lp's title, vuelo
colavotion djcarvin from moisaoco mundosalsero
consuelate como yo
azucar pa un amargao
la bien paga
listen a simple of bailen rumbero from it records
Thursday, April 23, 2009
another.. albums of great guaguanco, from venezuela
ROLAND Y SU SONORA ALGO ESPECIAL
DIRE QUE ES VERDAD
TU CASA CHIQUITA
listen here algo especial. from it great albums
Saturday, May 23, 2009
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Franco Dance Studios
1222A Bloor Street West (at Brock, between Dufferin and Lansdowne)
Join the Franco Dance Studio team at their wonderful open space studio & gorgeous dance floor, for a fun & sensual Rhumba lesson from 5pm - 6pm
Salsa dance with DJ Nilson until 9pm!
Best 'Dirty Dancing' Dressed Guy and Gal will each win a Kathleen Campbell Events Season VIP Pass (includes free cover to DJ Nilson's Perfect Salsa Fridays at Acrobat!)
$5.00 Cover includes the lesson Rsvp @SalsaDuraTo@aol.com $10.00 at the door
Cash BarParking and close to TTC!
see you there?
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
Repressed deluxe LP version, in beautiful gatefold sleeve. Originally released in 2006 on Honest Jon's. A scorching compilation which features the brilliant, hybrid array of styles which burned up Latino dancefloors during the '60s in New York. The '60s were years of explosive transition for Latin music in New York: in tune with the times of strident political protest and cultural affirmation, new rhythms like the pachanga, boogaloo, típico and salsa signaled significant changes in musical sensibility among a new generation. By the early 1960s, the heyday of the great mambo era was passing, and by the end of the decade, the catch-all phrase salsa had been implanted on the rich variety of styles and rhythms that made up the repertoire. In between, throughout the 1960s, a thousand flowers bloomed in the Latin music field, with the bands conversant in the traditional Afro-Cuban styles of son and guaguancó and cha cha chá, Latin jazz and bolero, while also trying their hand at a range of newly-emerging styles, beginning with the pachanga in the opening years through to boogaloo and shingaling, until the roots sounds of típico as the decade ended. This array of styles came together in those heady years, and the eclectic tastes of those dynamic times are all here, from "Tanga," the first recorded example of Cubop and the classic "Descarga Cachao," to the jaunting guaguancó of Ray Barretto and Bobby Pauneto. But while some of the selections represent the preceding musical generation, and others anticipate the salsa sound of the key Fania years of the early 1970s, the focus here is on the boogaloo and Latin soul sound which was the most characteristic soundtrack of the period. Listen to the two Willie Rosario cuts, "Cool Jerk," and the pieces by Joe Loco and Willie Bobo, and you'll hear the trademarks of the style: the raucous hand-clapping, the party exhortations, the back-beat drumming, the African-American street English -- the result was a crazy, motley style named after the African-American dance craze of the moment, the boogaloo. Boogaloo and related styles of Latin soul were the first real crossover sounds that broke the language and style barriers, and the first to make it onto the Billboard charts as top sellers nation-wide. However, it was a genre not destined to last long, soon eclipsed by the more commercially-durable salsa boom of the early 1970s. But notwithstanding the brief life-span of boogaloo, to this day many of its top hits are loved by dancers everywhere.
Willie Rosario - Calypso Blues
Manny Corchado - Pow Wow
Machito - Tanga
Tito Rodriguez - Descarga Cachao
Kako - Cool Jerk
La Playa Sextet - No Me Dejes
Chuito Velez - Descarga
Bobby Pauneto - Aqui Voy Yo
Willie Bobo -Trinidad
Joe Loco - Chua Chua Boogaloo
Ray Barretto - Fuego Y Pa'lante
The La Playa Orchestra - Olvidate De Mi
Tito Rodriguez - Mi Guajira Si
Willie Rosario - Shining Knight
Bobby Pauneto - No Van Co
Rene Grand And His Combo New York - Cool
Dianne And Carole - Feelin The Pain
No-Van-Co - Bobby Pauneto
Sunday, April 12, 2009
LOS SUPREMOS SONIDO AMBIENTAL
estremada mente salsadura. group from colombia recording on verde records in 1968
very nice's guaguanco. track recomend. lluvia con nieve and quiero macao
AGUA LIMPIA TODO
VEN A GOZAR MORENA
LLUVIA CON NIEVE
CON EL SWING
LOS SUPREMOS - LLUVIA CON NIEVE
Friday, April 10, 2009
ORQUESTA NEW BREED
jala jala Woe Woe Baby
recording on fonseca records. in 1968...... this is une of the most squisite.
album in music inductrie.... recomend track. quinto bongo. and ritmo trapical
track in cluded on this album all
three in one
New Breed Boogaloo
Woe Woe Baby
Tenia Que Ser Asi
Follow the Sun
ORQUESTA NEW BREED QUINTO BONGO
Saturday, April 4, 2009
After Joe Panama left the band after recording The Explosive Side of Joe Panama, 1956.
Joe Cuba, the conga player, became the leader of the band, and renamed it Joe Cuba Sextet. He recorded I Tried To Dance All Night on Mardi -Gras Records in 1958. It is the only one of his albums featuring a horn section. Joe Cuba passed away this year, 2009. We continue playing his music, his legacy, that he left to us.
Tracks included in this album are:
joe cuba's mambo
kiss the boy's goodbye
joe cuba's mambo
Thursday, April 2, 2009
I've got you
the way you look tonght
you've been talking about me baby
the latin soul theme
a song called soul
when I fall in love
look but don't touch
blowin'' in the wind
caminando por el sendero de la invidia y la mardad
listen here. blowin'' in the wind by the latin souls from the albums tiger boogaloo
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Vinyl session for Mambo Addicts Dj Gabriel de Paris 🎧 Dj Lukas (CA) 🎧 Dj Shamyko (BE) 🎧 Dj Nilson (CA) 🎧 Dj Sugar On Sunday (FR) 🎧 ...
fernando ramos y su grupo salsa santera, is very nice's albums of salsadura from venezuela recording in 1978 recommend track Congo Rey ...
Here is Eduardo Cabrera y Su Orquesta Extreme Hard Core Mambo Side A Ala yiyiyi/ Tribute To the Vocalist La Lupe Side B Carnavalito trib...
For Thosen Who Have Felt The Frenzied Beat Of Latin Rhythm And For thosen Who Love It, Prepare youself For A Heaby Sound.. a combination O...