We hebben er niet veel maar vandaag eens een live registratie
van een salsa concert in Central Park, New York 1978. Met speciaal
genodigde Piper Pimienta Diaz die we natuurlijk kennen van los Latin
Brothers. New York was in die tijd de hoofdstad van de salsa brava,
lekker ruig geluid met veel trombone en dikke zangpartijen.
Carlos Carvajal begon zijn carriere bij Peregoyo
y su Combo Vacana.
We haven’t seen a whole lot of them but today we’ve got us a live
registration of a salsa concert in Central Park, New York 1978. With
special guest Piper Pemienta Diaz who we know from los Latin Brothers
of course. New York was the capital of salsa brava in those days, rough
though sweet sound with lots of trombone and great vocal parts.
Carlos Carvajal started his career with Peregoyo
y su Combo Vacana.
01 – Cañaveral
02 – Asi se baila
03 – Varon-varon
04 – Amor mezquino
05 – Mosaico del recuerdo
This is the second lp by latin pianist Eddie Palmieri and his group
‘La Perfecta’. They were the originators of a sound called ‘trombanga’,
introducing two trombones and a flute instead of trumpets. This contributed
a lot to their early sixties succes in the New York latin scene. Later it was
also used by artists such as Willie Colon and Manny Oquendo among others.
The vocals on this 1963 album are taken care of by Ismael Quintana. Enjoy..
1 El molestoso
2 Asi es la humanidad
3 Lazaro y su microfono
4 Contento estoy
5 Sabroso guaguanco
6 Yo sin ti
7 Co un amor se borra otro amor
8 En cadenas
9 La gioconda
10 No critiques
Next friday I’ll be doing another evening of deejaying in that same
local bar I did an African night not so long ago. This time it will be
an evening with only South-American music. From Salsa to Reggaeton and
from Merengue to Samba. Both Old and New sounds, Urban and Traditional.
I am getting in the mood already by posting this great album from 1975.
Rhythm and Percussion hero Cortijo is a titan, he brings us Guaracha,
Plena, Bomba and Bolero on this LP. I especially like the young female
voice which appears to be from his daughter ( if I’m not mistaking ) Fe
Cortijo. If you like some Salsa, don’t let it pass, it’s a true pearl.
Do you live nearby and want to come dancing ?
Friday, october 23
from 21.00 to 3.00
in Café ‘t Wapen van Hilversum
Groest 27, Hilversum
1 Pica pica
2 Los aduaneros
3 Esto no es amor
4 El bochinche
7 Dilo tu
10 Ponganse duro
I felt like posting some salsa today and choose an album with
the voice of Adalberto Santago. Debut album of Los Kimbos,
good music, good voice, good atmosphere.
1 Los Kimbos
3 Te soy sincero
5 Canto a elegua
6 El lapiz
8 Tras un vacio
9 La verdad
10 Los Kimbos
I have to confess to you visitors I am not particular loyal to
my own formula. I started this page to bring together music from
all over the globe, as the blogtitle suggests. Slowly however African
music is taking over. Therefore it is a good thing that visitors wake
me up sometimes, and show me some inspirational material.
Compas ( Kompa ) from Haïti is a delightful style of party music, and
I have a special album for you today. After Shleu-Shleu had split up
part of them decided to stay in Haïti and part moved to New York City.
There they started Skah-Shah of which this is the first album, read_more .
1 Guêpe pangnole
3 Vinn’ dancé
7 Bam passe
what happened this morning. I visited a fellow music blog, one I had
linked at my own sidebar, when I found out he had turned the blog
into a site where you pay for every song you download. I thought
the whole idea behind these pages was to share your old vinyl-
collection with your friends online. At this blog the music always
was, is, and will be FREE. Sharing my old records with you guys makes
me feel good, I hope it does you too. I removed that link from my page.
Bye Bye !
To demonstrate this feeling I ripped us a great old reggae album. One
that always had a special place with me. Horace Andy’s voice is very
unique, one you can always easily recognize. Great songs, produced by
Bullwackie in a great way, strongly overdubbed and with a fine message.
Money, money, money, root of all evil !
It was about time I posted some reggae by the way, much too long ago !
1 Money money
2 Lonely woman
3 Cuss cuss
4 Stop the fuss
5 Spying glass
6 Let’s live in love
I think I’ve got to make up a bit with all Latinlovers in our
community. It’s been a while since we had some nice salsa.
In 1972, Johnny Pacheco and Pete ‘El Conde’ Rodriguez were
at the peak of their career. There are no other musicians
credited here, a shame because they really deserve to be.
Very fine album by the man without whom Fania wouldn’t have
been the same, Johnny Pacheco is the Man.
1 Dulce con dulce
2 Mujer ingrata
5 Recordando a Carmelina
6 Soy el mejor
9 Agarrate de la brocha
10 De que te vale
As you might have noticed I am a big fan of Johnny Pacheco.
Well, he’s back, this time with Hector Casanova and they are friends.
The album is produced and directed by Johnny, Hector takes care
of the vocal parts. Johnny Pacheco and Ramon Rodriguez backgr.
vocals. Other personel; Louis Ortiz, Hector Zarzuela, Ray Maldonado,
Papo Lucca, Sal Cuevas, Eddie Montalvo, Louis Mangual, Charlie
Rodriguez and Santiago Ceron.
1 Agua de clavelito
2 La mulata
3 Los pollos no tienen dientes
4 Yo quiero morir cantando
5 Sale a buscar
6 El rey
7 Si la tierra tiembl
10 Me llevaron la cartera
…in the mean time, Blogging goes on !
Hey Groovers, have you heard this one ?
Incredibly good album by Larry Harlow’s Orchestra, Larry
plays the piano and orchestrates like no other. This is a
killer from the beginning till the end, fireworks I’d say.
Junior Gonzalez’ vocals, Pacheco’s flute, and Larry..wow..
1 No quiero
2 La cartera
3 Popo pa’mi
4 No hay amigo
6 El paso de encarnacion
Hello Groovers, your long waiting is finally rewarded.
Johnny Pacheco takes us for another New York Salsa ride,
and he knows the way like no other. Pacheco, ‘the Artist’.
1 Esa prieta
2 La yerba brava
3 Mi propia sangre
4 La chiva
6 El inventor
7 Amarra el perro
8 Tu no sabes na
10 Corso y montuno
Another very lucky find on my last recordhunt was this Ray Barretto.
It’s cover was in vey bad condition but the LP was still in
surprisingly well state. One spin was enough to know, topmaterial
from the Fania Family. Check it.
1 Se traba
2 Con el cimarron
3 Alma con alma
4 Flor de los lindos campos
6 Te traigo mi Son
7 O elefante
8 Seguire sin soñar
When I visited one of my favourite recordstores in old Amsterdam
last week, I found me this Fania Lp. Larry Harlow was one of the loyal
members of the Fania crew, and wrote a lot of fine songs.
Vocals by Ismael Miranda, Felo Brito, Vicky and Larry Harlow himself.
Produced by Jerry Masucci under supervision of Johnny Pacheco.
1 La revolucion
3 La contraria
5 La juventud
6 El malecon
7 Voy para la luna
8 Mi madre
9 Freak off
10 El exigente
For these Stars, playing their music is like a routine.
Look at this line-up, what a bunch of experienced musicians this is.
Produced by ‘Johnny Pacheco’, nothing can go wrong here.
1 Echale tierra
3 Hijo de Siboney
4 Fuerza de voluntad
6 Compay gato
7 A Santa Barbara
8 Ocana sordi
I told you about my findings in Amsterdam a couple of days ago,
well this is another of them. I am such a lucky bastard sometimes.
Enjoy the unique voice of ‘Monguito’.
2 Tonada guajira
3 Esta cancion
4 Mi flor
6 Se tu historia
7 Donde esta tu montuno
9 Borinquen tu guaguanco
10 Amanecer guajiro