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Categorie archives: Latin

  • Sunday July 25, 2021

    Posting ‘Buscando America’, by Ruben Blades, I just discovered
    that another album with him has disappeared from the site.
    I am sure I have posted this record long time ago. It has vanished
    mysteriously somehow. before we became independent this
    occurred more often. Please let us know if there are others you
    know of so I can re-post. A fine piece of latin music with the great
    Willie Colon and his trombone, originally just on Fania ..

    Toen ik zojuist ‘Buscando America’ met Ruben Blades postte, ont-
    dekte ik de mysterieuze verdwijning van een ander album met hem.
    Ik weet heel zeker dat ik Siembra met Willie Colon en Ruben Blades
    lang geleden heb gepost. Voordat de GG onafhankelijk werd gebeurde
    dit vaker. Mocht je dit van andere platen weten, laat het dan s.v.p.
    weten, dan kan ik deze herposten. een lekkere plaat met de grote
    Willie Colon en zijn trombone, origineel slechts op Fania ..

    Willie Colon, Wikipedia
    Willie Colon, Discogs
    Ruben Blades, Discogs
    Willie 1974
    Cosa Nuestra 1972

    01 – Ojos
    02 – Dime
    03 – Buscando guyaba
    04 – Siembra
    05 – Maria lonza
    06 – Plastica
    07 – Pedro Navaja


    Posted by Moos
    at 9:36 AM
  • Thursday March 5, 2015

    Tuco, front

    Okay, maybe I’m ahead of things, it isn’t even spring yet.
    This is sultry summer night music, zippin’ on a smooth
    cocktail with your honey at the terrace of your beach
    villa.. dream on Moos..No serious, this is marvelous
    dance material for your parties. With the great Déjean
    brothers and Robert Martino on lead guitar, you can’t
    miss, add Tuco’s drums and the voices of Raymond
    Cajuste and Lionel Benjamin and off we go..check..


    01 – Joui la vie ou
    02 – Grateur
    03 – Ca kap pote
    04 – Mr. Magic
    05 – Tuco’s jam #3
    06 – Honorez l’afrique


    Posted by Moos
    at 12:36 AM
  • Friday February 26, 2010

    Canciones mi mama no me enseno, front, cd size

    It must be at least ten years ago when one of my friends gave me a copy
    of another album with the same title and the same artists. I guess it was
    volume two, we didn’t have the original cover. These albums contain 12
    naughty songs each, songs my mother never taught me. Very funny
    LP’s with not only hilarious lirycs but also great music, enjoy.


    1 Miguelito Valdes – Cubanito
    2 Joe Cuba Sextet – Prestame la olla Teresa
    3 Graciela & Miguelito Valdes – Juanita saca la mano
    4 Graciela & Machito – Si si no no
    5 Joe Cuba Sextet – Chupa
    6 Graciela with Machito Orchestra – Juanito
    7 Tito Puente Orchestra – El plato roto
    8 Graciela & Miguelito Valdes – La manguera
    9 Joe Cuba Sextet – Los perros del curro
    10 Graciela with Machito Orchestra – Ay, José
    11 Miguelito Valdes – Atesa el bastidor
    12 Joe Cuba Sextet – Ella sola se engancha


    Posted by Moos
    at 9:12 PM
  • Wednesday March 25, 2009

    La Sonora Matancera is a group that played with almost every great latin
    singer from Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominicans. This fine LP is with
    Puerto Rican hero ‘Daniel Santos’. He was the most delightful singer,
    loved by many. It is from 1950 and brings a few cracks but for
    it’s age, some 59 years, I think it sounds swell. Enjoy Daniel Santos.


    1 A la buena de dios
    2 Amnistia
    3 Asi- asi
    4 Celos con Lola
    5 Como me da la gana
    6 Moñito
    7 El bobo de la yuca
    8 El granito de maiz
    9 Siempre contigo
    10 Mambo pide la gente
    11 Amor de ayer
    12 Escribeme


    Posted by Moos
    at 8:57 PM
  • Saturday July 26, 2008

    Puerto Candelaria, front

    Last wednesday I had a tremendous night, my friend Kai invited me
    to see Puerto Candelaria at the Bimhuis in Amsterdam.
    It was a surprising gig, very original and entertaining.
    I had a great time seeing their guest of the night, Edmar Castaneda,
    a harpplayer from Colombia too, whom they had never met before.
    It was a spontaneous meeting, that worked out very nice, Edmar
    plays that electric harp like no other, what a skillfulness.
    After playing their concert, the group joined the crowd in the bar.
    My friends brother dj Jairzinho, was playing some nice cumbia’s.
    I had the opportunity to meet the band’s members and we had a nice
    conversation about Colombian music, Medellin, where they’re from etc.
    Thanks so much Juan Diego, for inviting me to visit you in Medellin.
    If I’m lucky and find the time, I’ll be there later this year.
    It was great talking to you and Juan Guillermo Aguilar, you can
    expect my call.

    Check the Website of Puerto_Candelaria

    That same evening, during the break of the concert, I met some
    other very interesting people, Doctor Salsa ( Ira Goldwasser ) and
    his lovely wife Harriett Broekman, who used to be dancers at the
    New York Palladium in the 50’s.
    I had a very nice chat with mrs. Salsa about the Ansonia label and
    Latin music in general. Amazing to hear how she tells about all the
    famous artists, of who she knows so many. Thank you Harriett for
    the fantastic tips you gave me, and for the DVD and CD that you sent
    me the day after.
    I hope to meet you soon again.

    About the music;

    The first 2 songs are from ‘Puerto Candelaria’s’ CD, ‘Llegó la Banda’.
    I didn’t give you the whole CD because it is available in the
    musicstore, go buy you one.
    track No. 3 is by ‘Doctor Salsa’ as you can see.
    track 4 and 5 are two tracks from the new group of two members of
    Puerto Candelaria, Juan Diego Valencia and Juan Guillermo Aguilar.
    Another thank you goes out to Johan Leestemaker, Who spent a
    great part of his life in Medellin, thanks Johan for being of
    big help.

    Long story, Great evening, Super Networking, thank you all so much.


    1 Puerto Candelaria – Para el Doctor
    2 Puerto Candelaria – Llegó la banda
    3 Doctor Salsa – Doctor Salsa
    4 Banda la República – Automático
    5 Banda la República – Pa’que no me molesten


    Posted by Moos
    at 11:37 AM