Big Ol' Bag O' Boogaloo Vol. 1

by Various Artists

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    A1 –Conjunto Universal Alla Tu
    A2 –Paul Serrano Latin Soul Boogaloo
    A3 –Pijuan Y Su Sexteto Do Your Shing-A-Ling
    A4 –Paul Ortiz Mi Negra Va A Gozar
    A5 –Latin Blues Band* (I'll Be A) Happy Man
    B1 –Orquesta Olivieri A Swingin' Combination
    B2 –Tony Middleton & Bobby Matos Return To Spanish Harlem
    B3 –The Real Thing (4) Heavy Together
    B4 –Frankie Nieves Symphony Sid In Acapulco
    B5 –Sounds Tropicana Brass Boogaloo
    B6 –Moon People Hippy Hippy Moon Strut
    B7 –Orquesta Olivieri There's No Other Girl

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This is the real deal, bro! ¡Andale! Records has the uncut stuff straight from the source: tasty Latin Soul from El Barrio. Rarities, favorites, b-sides, unreissued gems, & more. Whatever bag you're in, from Nuyorican shing-a-ling beats & funky bugalú breaks to raw garage salsa, we got the goods. ¡Sabroso! A note on the cover photo: though none of the 3 pictured Brooklyn 'rumba kids' were in any of the bands represented on this record, all three have been a part of the NY Latin music scene since the 1960s. On the left, Jose "Yogui" Rosario, an artist who designed many important album covers for Tico, Fania, and SalSound. In the middle, conguero Carlos "Pote" Ramos, who we are indebted to for supplying the missing snap shots, taken in the winter of 1967 in Brooklyn's Cobble Hill neighborhood, birthplace of Ray Baretto and other leading lights of Nuyorican music. On the right, Yogui's cousin Charles "Charlie" Rosario, who first dug up the photo on the cover of volume 1, and who remains one of the most influential (yet unsung) artists and designers in Latin music. From the Grammy nominated cover for Eddie Palmieri's Sun of Latin Music to covers for Fania, Tico, Coco and many others, Charlie's freestyle approach to album cover design is unparalleled. And Charlie designed the much sought-after Orquesta Fantástica All Ears LP on Ghetto Records! -Symphony Jim

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released June 16, 2015

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