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1 - CACHAO - CACHAO'S GONNA MAKE YOU DANCE - (LP) 
GROSSO!


Grosso! present a new compilation mixing different rhythms of Cuban music with a high dance and rhythmic component.The tracks have been remastered and restored and some are presented on vinyl after many years.Nice graphic design. 350g cardboard.Format and selection designed for DJs, collectors and general public.Special edition for Record Store Day 2016.

TRACKLISTING: 01. El Manisero (descarga-pregon) 02. La Floresta (descarga-cha) 03. La Luz (descarga) 04. Descarga No. 2 (descarga) 05. Que Paso? (rhumba Jazz) 06. Tunas Se Quemo (descarga Son) 07. Cogele El Golpe (montuno) 08. Redencion (descarga Son) 09. La Cumparsita (tango-cha) 10. Bilongo (guaracha-mambo) 11. La Inconclusa (descarga) 12. Siboney (descarga Son) DISC #2: 01. Pa-pa Bajo (cha-cha-cha) 02. Tanga, Pa Katanga (afro-montuno) 03. Descarga Cubana (descarga) 04. Chunga, Uhuruh, Chunga (mambo-pachanga) 05. Malanga Amarilla (descarga Montuno) 06. Guajeo De Saxos (descarga Mambo) 07. A Buscar Camarones (son Montuno) 08. Trombon Criollo (descarga) 09. Descarga Naniga (descarga-afro) 10. A Bailar Guajira (guajira) 11. Oye Mi Tres Montuno (descarga-montuno) 12. Caballos Locos (mambo Stomp) 13. Descarga General (descarga) 14. Pamparana (descarga-mambo)

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 16-04-2016
Référence : 485550     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 26,25 EUR


2 - MORE, BENY - EL BARBARO DEL RITMO - (LP) 
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Mexico & Cuba Recordings 1947-1962! Some tracks have been remastered and restored and some are presented on vinyl after many years. Nice graphic design. 350g cardboard, reverse side print. Format and selection designed for DJs, collectors and general public.Its safe to say that Beny (or Benny as it is often spelled) Mor is still (and will probably always be) Cubas favorite and most iconic vocalist whose influence was central to what we call salsa, a legacy still felt today. "El Benny" was born Bartolom Maximiliano Mor Gutirrez, on August 24, 1919 in the rural hamlet of Santa Isabel de Las Lajas in the former province of Las Villas near Cienfuegos, and died in Havana on February 19, 1963. Beny occupies a unique position not only in the history of Cubas music but also in the socio-political and cultural life of the island because despite major differences between detractors and believers in Castros revolution, they can all agree he was the greatest sonero (improvising vocalist) of all, the original "El Sonero Mayor". Mors appeal was and remains international, making him a trans-national ambassador of Caribbean Latin culture.Aside from the unique quality of expression, fluid execution and natural, warm timbre of his voice, there is something intangible and magical in Benys sound that defies explanation and has its roots in Mother Africa. He was equally adept at most Cuban popular song genres, such as the mambo, bolero, son montuno, cha-cha-cha, and guaracha, all of which are represented here in this special collection. Many of his signature catchphrases, such as "Azcar!" and "Ecua j!" for instance, were later adopted by other singers.In this special compilation you can hear historical recordings made during his years lived in Mexico with the orchestras of Rafael de Paz, Ernesto Duarte, Mariano MercerOn and Damaso Perez Prado until the impressive performances with his Giant Band in Cuba. Enjoy!Pablo "Bongohead" Yglesias

TRACKLISTING: 01. Que Bueno Baila Usted (son Montuno) 1957 02. Santa Isabel De Las Lajas (son) 1955 03. Soy Campesino(son Montuno) 1959 04. Puntillita (son Montuno) 1947 05. Asi Es La Humanidad (guaracha) 1960 06. Francisco Guayabal (son Montuno) 1957 07. Como Fue (bolero) 1952 08. Mi Saoco (son Montuno) 1955 09. Adios Palma Soriano (mambo) 1952 10. Las Mulatas Del Cha-cha-cha (cha-cha-cha) 1955 11. Rumberos De Ayer (rhumba) 1954 12. Se Te Cayo El Tabaco (guaracha) 1959 13. Pachito Eche (mambo) 1949 14. Devuelveme El Coco (guaracha-swing) 1953 DISC #2: 01. Baila Mi Son (son Montuno) 1954 02. Elige Tu Que Canto Yo (guaracha) 1957 03. Oh, Vida! (bolero) 1955 04. De La Rumba Al Chachacha (rhumba- Cha) 1955 05. Mangolele (mambo) 194 06. Bonito Y Sabroso (mambo) 1950 07. La Culebra (mambo-afro) 1951 08. Maracaibo Oriental (son Montuno) 1958 09. El Canonero (montuno-cha) 1962 10. Soy Del Monte (son Montuno) 1954 11. Mata Siguaraya (afro) 1951 12. Encantado De La Vida (son Montuno) 1951 13. Me Gusta Mas El Son (son Montuno) 1960 14. Marianao (mambo-cha) 1956


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 22-04-2017
Référence : 500330     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 26,25 EUR


3 - VARIOUS - COCO MAY MAY - (LP) 
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In this album you can feel the powerful Cuban influence , that later on new bands like "Ocho" - with a sound much closer to soul and funk - would do of classic Cuban tunes like "Guaguanco Margarito" or "Coco May May" also played by Tito Puente or Larry Harlow.The version of "Anabacoa" also stands out, on the voice of a huge Pio Leyva, tune enjoyed by the Cubans well before was "rediscovered" by Wim Wenders and Ry Cooder at the end on the 20th century. Not only the latin sound of the big city - "Pachanga en changa" by Joe Quijano or "Conmigo" by Eddie Palmieri and "Mambo de Cuco" by Mongo - but also the more traditional sound of "El divorcio" with the incomparable "tres guitar of Arsenio Rodriguez "The Marvelous Blind Man" or the very "manful" mambo at the end of "Guajira y Tambo" by Ray Barretto, together with the double meaning present on the lyrics of all Cuban music like on the Sonora Matancera version of "Esto se hincha" or "Las Bobitas" by Roberto Faz, are a "must" to understand the arrival of such genres as Boogaloo and Salsa". It is also important to point out that although this musicians were mostly from Puertorican origin they never fail to acknowledge Afro-Cuban music as the seed of would come later.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Guaguanco Margarito - Tito Puente 02. Anabacoa - Pio Leyva With Bebo Valdes & His Orchestra 03. El Divorcio - Arsenio Rodriguez 04. Eso Se Hincha - Bienvenido Granda & La Sonora Matancera 05. Las Bobitas - Roberto Faz & His Conjunto 06. Gueita Caiman - Fantasmita With C. Barberia & Kubavana 07. Guajira Y Tambo - Ray Barretto 08. Coco May May - Jack Costanzo & His Afro Cuban Band 09. Pachanga En Changa - Joe Quijano & Conjunto Cachana 10. A Gozar, Timbero - Cachao & His Combo 11. Conmigo - Eddie Palmieri & "la Perfecta" 12. Dry Coconuts - La Playa Sextet 13. Mambo De Cuco - Mongo Santamaria 14. Fiebre - La Lupe

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 25-11-2015
Référence : 482655     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 18,00 EUR


4 - VARIOUS - LIMBO! - (LP) 
GROSSO!


The third volume of Zombie Club "sonic cruises". A new compilation mixing different genres of the Caribbean music with a high dance and rhythmic component. Tracks remastered and restored and presented on vinyl after many years. Another nice illustration on cover. 350g cardboard printed on the reverse side. Selection designed for collectors, Djs & the general public.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Limbo - Lord Tickler With The Jamaican Calypsonians (mento/jamaica) 1958 02. Voodoo - Cyril Daz And His Orchestra (trinidad/calypso) 1952 03. Mississippi Mambo - Noro Morales (cuba/mambo) 1952 04. Zumbador - Cortijo Y Su Combo (puerto Rico/plena) 1955 05. Missie Labbe - Barel Coppet Et Ses Antillais (martinica/biguine) 1955 06. Judith - Lucho Prez (colombia/cumbia) 1959 07. Tin Tin Deo - James Moody And His Bopmen (usa/latin Jazz) 1957 08. Yo Yo Yo - Slilm Gailliard (usa/rhumba Mambo) 1961 09. Ligia - Pacho Galan Y Edmundo Arias (colombia/cumbia) 1959 10. Ola De Agua - Mon Rivera Y Su Orquesta (puerto Rico/bomba) 1956 11. Alegre Conga - Tro Matamoros (cuba/conga) 1951 12. Bangalee - Charlie Adamson (bahamas/goombay) 1961 13. Marjories Flirtation - Lord Kitchener (jamaica/calypso) 1960 14. El Loco Cha Cha - Ren Touzet (cuba/chachacha) 1954


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 07-10-2016
Référence : 494609     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 18,00 EUR


5 - VARIOUS - MAMEY COLORAO - (LP) 
GROSSO!


In this series we bring in some of the names of the Latin Bands based in New York between the 40s and 60s and other recordings done in Cuba by Orquestas or Conjuntos likes Felix Chappotin, Jose Curbelo, La Playa Sextet that were a big influence for the Latinos in New York. We are talking about musicians of the stature of Eddie Palmieri, Mongo Santamaria, Noro Morales, Francisco Aguabella, Tito Puente, Cal Tjader or Machito. A guarachar!!We keep on guarachando!"Mamey Colorao", a well known composition by Peruchin Justiz is the album title of 3rd volume from "AfroCuban Roots of Boogaloo" compilation series of "Zombie Club" by Grosso Records, performed by Tito Puente and later covered on a more electric version by "OCHO".Side A opens out a variety of more traditional Cuban numbers such as "No tiene telarana" by Jose Curbelos Orquesta, "Baile Suavito" a heavy duty tune by Orquesta Aragon and a very well known cha-cha-cha "Rico Vacilon" by Rosendo Ruiz Quevedo on the inimitable voice of Machito and his Afrocubans. "Garbage Mans Chachacha (La Basura)" by La Playa Sextet highlights an electric guitar sound that anticipates the fusion of the traditional and the new sounds that would lead into the "Boogaloo" and "Salsa". A couple of "Son Montuno" round off the A side, "Quimbombo" by Orquesta de Felix Chappotin with the legendary Miguelito Cuni and "La Bolita" with a double entendre of Bimbi and his Trio Oriental.Noro Morales opens the B side with "Vitamina" a traditional mambo followed by "Palo Mayombe" , a pachanga rhythm with a distinctive afro sound of Mongo Santamaria. "El Gavilan" on an exquisite version by Eddie Palmieri on piano and an outstanding brass section that would years later identify the Fania All Stars sound. The last three tracks bring about a turning point on the concept of the album: "Wachi Wara" by Dizzie Gillespie on a Latin Jazz vein performed by the always modern and elegant Cal Tjader, "Titoro" by Tito Puente on a version with a Brazilian vibe at times interpreted by vibraphonist Bobby Montez and to finish off, Francisco Aguabella with "Shirleys Guaguanco", a jazzy tune with a traditional guaguanco rhythm and sound on the congas and bongo with a final Coro reminiscent of the very Cuban "rumba de solar".Amigos, once again, we invite you to listen and dance to these great songs that dont go out of fashion.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Mamey Colorao-tito Puente 02. El Baile Suavito-orq. Aragon 03. Garbage Man's Cha Cha Cha-la Playa Sextet 04. Rico Vacilon-machito 05. No Tiene Telarana-jose Curbelo 06. Quimbombo-chappotin 07. La Bolita-bimbi Y Su Trio Oriental 08. Vitamina-noro Morales 09. Palo Mayombe-mongo Santamaria 10. El Gavilan-eddie Palmieri 11. Wachi Wara-cal Tjader 12. Titoro-bobby Montez 13. Shirleys Guaguanco-aguabella&velarde


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 02-06-2017
Référence : 503631     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 20,00 EUR


6 - VARIOUS - ROOTS OF SALSA, VOL. 1 - (L+C) 
GROSSO!


Pablo Yglesias -aka DJ Bongohead- compiles to Grosso Recordings an amazing serie with classics tunes from Caribbean music that became great successes of "Salsa"."This series is born of my investigations into the music I love, digging deep into the Afro-Antillean songbook from the golden period of Latin music to unearth older - sometimes definitive or at the very least early hit renditions - of tunes that would later be covered by the next succeeding waves of salseros. That is not to say these are the first recorded versions (though some are); indeed, there is a whole other even earlier epoch of recordings, from the 1920s and 30s, which also served as fodder for future generations of Latin musicians.""The mission with this series is to choose recordings from the 1940s and 50s that not only were influential in the 1970s but also have good to excellent recording fidelity and could be an aid not only in advancing peoples understanding of the origins of salsa but also serve as a DJ tool to show that there was an earlier version of a hit that the casual salsa fan may not know about. These treasures, some now forgotten and obscure, others still played in some melmano (salsa fan) circles, are representative of the earlier era of compositions and performances that would serve to inspire and shape the movement that would become a transnational symbol of Latinidad from the 1960s through the 1980s, before the next generation created their own vernacular styles for dancing and expressing their identity anew."

TRACKLISTING: 01. Sonero - Cheo Marquetti Y Su Conjunto (1957) 02. Yo No Soy Guapo - Vicentico Valdes Con La Sonora Matancera (1953) 03. No Creo En Brujera - Mariano Merceron Y Sus Muchachos Pimienta (1944) 04. Yambeque - Senen Suarez Y Su Conjunto Del Tropicana Night Club (1953) 05. Ven Morena - Orquesta Aragon (1957) 06. Jovenes Del Muelle - Rene Alvarez Y Su Conjunto Los Astros (1950) 07. Hachero Pa' Un Palo - Arsenio Rodriguez Y Su Conjunto (1959-60) 08. As Son Bonco - Joseito Fernandez Con Orquesta Aragon (1957) 09. Azucar Mami - Conjunto Flores Valdes (1955) 10. Magdalena - Conjunto Casino (1952) 11. Tin Marn - Randy Carlos And His Orchestra (1958) 12. Acere Crucoro - Alfonsin Quintana Y Su Conjunto Jovenes Del Cayo (1951) 13. Guajira Ven A Gozar - Trio Matamoros (1950) 14. Gulliver (aka El Yo-yo De Teresa) - Chapuseaux Y Damiron. (1950-1954)


Format: L+C

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 17-11-2017
Référence : 507503     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 24,25 EUR


7 - VARIOUS - ROOTS OF SALSA, VOL. 2 - (L+C) 
GROSSO!


Pablo Yglesias -aka DJ Bongohead- compiles to Grosso Recordings an amazing serie with classics tunes from Caribbean music that became great successes of "Salsa".Bonus CD included.Some tracks have been remastered and restored and some are presented on vinyl after many years.Nice graphic design. 300gr cardboard.Insert with Spanish/English liner notes by Pablo "Bongohead" YglesiasFormat and selection designed for DJs, collectors and general public.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Sujetate La Lengua - La Sonora Matancera (1954) 02. El Paso Del Mulo - Conjunto Colonial De Nelo Sosa (1950) 03. Micaela Me Boto - Chappotin Y Sus Estrellas (1958) 04. Nadie Se Salva De La Rumba - Trio Matamoros (1960) 05. La Familia - Jose Curbelo And His Orchestra (1953) 06. Salsa - Flores Valdez Y Su Conjunto Musical (195?) 07. Hay Craneo - Tito Rodriguez Y Los Lobos Del Mambo (1951) 08. Fania - Estrellas De Chocolate (1960) 09. Yo No Quiero Piedra En Mi Camino - Pacho Alonso Con Bebo Valdes (1960) 10. Corta El Bonche - Conjunto Kuvabana De Alberto Ruiz (1947) 11. Tumba Mabo - Conjunto Niagara (1945) 12. Llora Timbero - La Orquesta Siboney De Pepito Torres (1944)


Format: L+C

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 15-12-2017
Référence : 509132     NEW
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 24,25 EUR



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