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ARTIST
TITLE
Dejale Corre/El Sapo/Crees Que Soy Sexy
FORMAT
7"

LABEL
CATALOG #
SNDW 7006EP SNDW 7006EP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
11/11/2008

Colombian multi-instrumentalist Lisandro Meza has been a key figure of Colombian popular music since 1961, first as a member of supergroup Los Corraleros de Majagual, and then in Banda Los Hijos de la Niña Luz -- the late-'70s band composed of his children and his wife. They played their own style of brass band street music that has its roots in the carnival tradition of Colombia. "Dejala Corre" (1980) is a huge favorite along the Caribbean coast of Colombia and in the interior, too. The flip side features an edit of the final segment of a long medley from a 1980 Los Hijos LP on legendary Colombian label Discos Fuentes. The two pieces featured are "El Sapo" which runs into a unique big band version of Rod Stewart's "Do You Think I'm Sexy (Crees Que Soy Sexy)." This is a tropical dancefloor double-sided bomb and strictly limited to 1000 copies. The record comes in a unique bespoke black printed sleeve on textured high quality manilla card.