Various Artists - Roots Of Salsa Vol. 2: Classic Latin Tunes Become Salsa Hits - LP Vinyl+CD

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c0013871
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Album:
Roots Of Salsa Vol. 2: Classic Latin Tunes Become Salsa Hits
Artist:
Various Artists
Format:
12" Vinyl
UPC:
8435008886493

Description

Pablo Yglesias, aka DJ Bongohead, compiles an amazing series for Grosso Recordings, Roots Of Salsa, with classics tunes from Caribbean music that became great successes of "Salsa". Yglesias on the compilation: "This is the second volume in our series on the roots of salsa... The main criterion was to pick tracks that sounded adequate for today's DJs to play at a gig, or were sufficiently interesting (or enough of a surprise to fans of the later version) to merit inclusion. The other measuring stick was that they needed to come from the old-school, before the more modern era (from 1962 on) and all of its recording innovations and marketing strategies... for now, listen to these dozen gems and then go back to their more familiar cousins from recent times and compare and contrast, and we're sure you'll be enlightened and entertained."

Features: La Sonora Matancera, Conjunto Colonial de Nelo Sosa, Chappotín y Sus Estrellas, Trío Matamoros, José Curbelo and His Orchestra, Flores Valdéz y Su Conjunto Musical, Tito Rodríguez y Los Lobos Del Mambo, Estrellas de Chocolate, Pacho Alonso con Bebo Valdés y Su Orquesta, Conjunto Kuvabana de Alberto Ruíz, Conjunto Niágara, and La Orquesta Siboney de Pepito Torres. 140 gram vinyl; Includes insert with Spanish/English liner notes by Pablo "Bongohead" Yglesias; Includes CD; Edition of 700.
A1. La Sonora Matancera Sujétate La Lengua (1954)

A2. Conjunto Colonial de Nelo Sosa El Paso Del Mulo (1950) A3. Chappotín y Sus Estrellas Micaela Me Botó (1958)
A4. Trío Matamoros Nadie Se Salva De La Rumba (1960)
A5. José Curbelo and His Orchestra La Familia (1953)
A6. Flores Valdéz y Su Conjunto Musical Salsa
B1. Tito Rodríguez y Los Lobos Del Mambo Hay Cráneo (1951)
B2. Estrellas de Chocolate Fania (1960)
B3. Pacho Alonso con Bebo Valdés y Su Orquesta Yo No Quiero Piedra En Mi Camino (1960)
B4. Conjunto Kuvabana de Alberto Ruíz Corta El Bonche (1947)
B5. Conjunto Niágara Tumba Mabó (1945)
B6. La Orquesta Siboney de Pepito Torres Llora Timbero (1944)

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