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Sonora Lucho Macedo Macedo's Boogaloo
03 :46
02
Alfredo Linares Y Su Sonora Boogaloo Girl
02 :46
03
Pedro Miguel Y Sus Maracaibos Homenaje A Cuba
02 :58
04
Silvestre Monte Y Sus Guantanameros El Pajarito
02 :24
05
El Combo De Pepe Bailando Boogaloo
02 :24
06
Coco Lagos Y Sus Orates Volando
03 :00
07
Compay Quinto El Cumbanchero
02 :01
08
Andrés De Colbert Y Orquesta Me Voy A Bailar Pachanga
02 :44
09
El Combo De Pepe Yiri Yiri Bon
02 :52
10
Al Valdez Gózalo
03 :06
11
Ñico Estrada Y Su Sonora El Que Usted Conoce No Soy Yo
02 :43
12
Carlos Muñoz Y Su Orquesta Fiesta En El Barrio
02 :07
13
Tito Chicoma Y Orquesta Gran Combo Boogaloo
02 :28
14
Mario Allison Y Su Conjunto Le Rompieron El Pito
02 :38
15
Los Hilton's Shake Baby
03 :05
16
Pedro Miguel Y Sus Maracaibos Almendra
02 :56
17
Los Girasoles El Cerrojo
02 :52
18
Silvestre Montez Y Sus Guantanameros Me Voy A Morirq
02 :15
19
Compay Quinto Qué Sera (Mi China)
02 :43
20
Coco Lago Y Sus Orates Échate Pa'llá
03 :02
21 04 :47
22
Carlos Muñoz Y Su Orquesta Oye Mi Descarga
02 :53
23
Sonora Lucho Macedo Mulata A Go Go
02 :43
24
Tito Chicoma Y Orquesta Mr Trumpet Man
03 :16
25
Mario Allison Y Su Combo Louie Louie
02 :29
26
Alfredo Linares Y Su Sonora Sabor Tropical
02 :12
27
Al Valdez (Canta César Gonzales) Tabaquera
02 :34
28
Ñico Estrada El Negro Bembón
02 :56
ARTIST
TITLE
Gozalo! - Bugalú Tropical Vol. 3
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
VAMPI 113CD VAMPI 113CD
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RELEASE DATE
6/7/2011

2009 release. Vampisoul presents the third volume in our series of tropical Peruvian music of the 1960s. It was labels like MAG, Iempsa, Dinsa and Sono Radio that captured this emerging sound. Like the previous two volumes, this album captures a little known but dynamic moment in Peru's musical development that allowed the consolidation of new trends oriented towards what would become known by the early 70s as salsa, as well as forging a vibrant scene that incorporated cumbia, Latin soul, rock, and jazz funk. Compiler Rafael Hurtado de Mendoza brings you a new volume of this exciting, spicy mix of tropical gems that fill in the missing link between the mambo era and the dawn of salsa in South America. Mario Allison, Alfredo Linares, Nilo Espinosa, Silvestre Montes, Tito Chicoma, Charlie Palomares, Ñico Estrada and Willie Marambio may not be well known names in "el Norte" yet, but the tasty tunes they cut over 30 years ago are a rare treat for the Latin music enthusiast. Coco Lagos and Melcochita may be the only names that people will recognize, but Los Girasoles (with their guitar-heavy break-neck speed rock/cumbia) and Lucho Macedo (arguably the first Peruvian tropical superstar), will become household names before long.