Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Pan-African Hour: Latino New York (60s-70s) (Feb 23, 2011)

The Latino community of New York made some pretty awesome music in the 60s and 70s, which is we got in this episode. The main style featured is Boogaloo, which mixes African-American Rock n' Roll, Soul and Funk with Caribbean Latin styles. Lots of stuff here from Harmless Records! Check it!
The Latinaires - Creation
Joe Cuba Sextet - Do You Feel It (Tu Lo Sientes)
Tito Puente and his Orchestra - Fat Mama
Celia Cruz - Tumbaloflesicodelicomicoso
Bobby Valentin - Use It Before You Lose It
Orquesta Harlow - Freak Off
Ismael Quinones - Control
Mongo Santamaria - Sing a Simple Song
Rafi Val Y La Diferente - A Mi Nena
Ray Barretto - Together
The Latin Blues Band featuring Luis Aviles - I'll Be A Happy Man
Tito Puente - Tito on Timbales
Orquesta Joe Cain - Kenyatta

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