Big Ol' Bag O' Boogaloo Vol. 2

by Various Artists

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    A1 –Latin Blues Band* Take A Trip
    A2 –Orquesta Olivieri African Guajira
    A3 –Frankie Nieves The Four Corners
    A4 –Pijuan Y Su Sexteto Shake It Don't Break It
    A5 –Milton Zapata Sweet Soul Music
    B1 –Dave Cortez* With The Moon People* Fishin' With Sid
    B2 –The Moon People* Indian Soul
    B3 –The Real Thing Heavy Together
    B4 –Willy Baby* Hot Buns
    B5 –Tony Middleton Spanish Maiden
    B6 –Joe Pappy & His Combo* Oye Tomasito

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Oye Tomasito 02:57

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This is the second LP in our series, so there's more tasty tracks where Vol. 1 came from, dig! ¡Andale! Records, has the uncut stuff straight from the source: 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. Check out the especially soulful grind of "Hot Buns." ¡Caliente! A note on the cover photo: taking up where we left off in Vol. 1, the Rumba Kids are still jammin' on the corner of Bergen and 3rd Ave., but they have expanded their lineup to add Sandra Monsanto on flute, while another friend shows how to bang the skins. "Yogui" Rosario, the talented artist we met on Vol. 1, looks to Carlos "Pote" Ramos, who is keeping the beat with a pair of claves. This is the same Brooklyn Barrio where salsa empresario Ralph Mercado used to promote dances at the 3 In 1 & St. George Hotel back in the day. On the right, Charlie Rosario, Latin music's most unique album cover designer, is soaking up the ritmo guaguanco. From the famous psychedelic cover for Tito Puente's boogaloo album The King/El Rey to designs for cult favorites The Brooklyn Sounds and Orquesta Dee Jay, Charlie's groundbreaking approach to album cover design is an example to us all. To top it off, Charlie even worked for Ghetto Records -Symphony Jim

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released May 12, 2016

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Tuff City Records New York, New York

Originally rooted in hip-hop, Tuff City has transitioned its focus toward rescuing thousands of blues, jazz, funk, soul and R&B treasures from obscurity, thus creating several specialized reissue imprints devoted to music of the highest caliber.

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