Johnny Rodriguez Angel Rene Orchestra Cookin with A J
Records on Latin labels rarely sold beyond New York City, and the more obscure records had a tough time even there. None should be taken for granted. Mulatu Astatke -- see soul jazz particularly 's "The Panther". Hugo Blanco: Bailables No. Luchi de Jesus. The Duke of Burlington: Flash! Steve Cropper. Frank Hernandez y su Gran Johnny Rodriguez Angel Rene Orchestra Cookin with A J Ritmico! Carlos Malcolm: Don't Walk, Dance!
Les McCann Ltd. Robinson, Jose Torres. Jack Hitchcock. Joe Belle Sebastian Storytelling Mr.
Pancho Cristal; rec. Puerto Rico. Various: Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol. Various: Latin Rare Groove Vol. Release Date April 17, Genre Latin. Styles Boogaloo Latin Soul. Track Listing. Sister Sue. Mia's Boogaloo. Ozzie Torrens. Funky Big Feet. Chicken and Booze. Manny Corchado. The Boogie Man. Louie Ramirez. Take a Trip. The Latin Blues Band. We Belong Together.
Bataola Boogaloo. Bobby Quesada. Pete's Boogaloo. Louie Ramirez - "I Dig Rhythm". Jimmy Sabater - "La Flauta". Charlie Palmieri Johnny Rodriguez Angel Rene Orchestra Cookin with A J "Fat Papa's Descarga". Louie Ramirez - Sid's Groove.
Charlie Palmieri - Luisito Mozambique Jimmy Suicide Suicide Alan Vega Martin Rev - Times Are Changin Louie Ramirez. Louie Ramirez was a boogaloo, salsa and latin jazz percussionist, vibraphonist, band leader and composer.
He was born on February 24, in New York City. He died on June 7,
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