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La Sonora De Lucho Macedo Humo
02 :52
02
Tito Chicoma Y Su Orquesta El Diri Bop
03 :03
03
Silveste Montez y sus Guantanameros Las Guitarras Tropicales
02 :15
04
Charlie Palomares Y Su Yuboney Boogaloo Sabroso
02 :36
05
El Combo De Pepe Descarga en Menor
04 :27
06
Carlos Muñoz Y Su Orquesta El Conductor
03 :00
07
Pedro Migul y sus Maracaibos Arroz con Coco
02 :12
08
Enrique Delgado Y Los Destellos Boogaloo del Perro
03 :31
09
Mario Allison Y Su Combo La Negra esta Gozando
03 :22
10
Coco Lagos Y Sus Orates Guajira Boogaloo
03 :38
11
Melcochita Con Betico Salas Y Su Sonora Dejen Bailar al Loco
02 :42
12
Tito Chicoma Y Su Orquesta La Contamanina
02 :38
13
Pedro Miguel Y Sus Maracaibos No Hay Dos
04 :43
14
Mario Allison Y Su Combo Descargando
02 :28
15
Compay Quinto Mulata Rumbera
02 :33
16
Alfredo Linares Y Su Sonora Tutu Tata
02 :47
17
Vicky Zamora Con La Sonora De Ñico Estrada Pepito
02 :22
18
Tito Chicoma Y Su Orquesta Aqui
02 :37
19
Coco Lagos Y Sus Orates Coco's Descarga
02 :21
20
Pedro Miguel Y Sus Maracaibos Comentario en el Solar
02 :54
21
Luis Duran y su Saxto Chiquita Bonita
02 :39
22
Ñico Estrada Y Su Sonora El Munecon
02 :45
23
Nilo Espinosa Y Orquesta Jumping With Symphony Sid
01 :55
24
Compay Quinto Tormento Fiero
02 :38
25
Vicky Zamora con la Orquesta de Tito Chicoma Felipon
02 :39
26
Mario Allison Y Su Combo Oh Yeah
02 :34
27
Melcochita Y Su Conjunto Cobardia
02 :36
28
Willy Marambio Agonia
02 :44
ARTIST
TITLE
Gozalo! - Bugalú Tropical Vol. 2
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
VAMPI 092CD VAMPI 092CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/7/2011

2007 release. This is the second volume in Vampisoul's series of tropical Peruvian music of the '60s. The casual music enthusiast might not think that Peru was a hotbed of tropical music in the 1960s and '70s, but with an indigenous tradition of Afro-Latin percussion on the coast, and an obsession with mambo in the '50s, Peru was actually the perfect place for the Cuban and Nuyorican sounds of son, boogaloo, and guaracha to take root. The proximity of Colombia and Venezuela made sure that cumbia was popular as well. The MAG label from producer Manuel A. Guerrero Silvestre captured this emerging pan-Latino sound in Lima, with the help of a few visiting Cubans, Puerto Ricans, and South Americans. While artists like Mario Allison, Alfredo Linares, Nilo Espinosa, Silvestre Montes, Tito Chicoma, Charlie Palomares, Ñico Estrada, and Willie Marambio may not be household names, the tasty tunes they cut over 30 years ago are a rare treat for the Latin music enthusiast, and will finally come into the spotlight thanks to this compilation. This second sampler gives you another sabroso taste of a very special period in Peru's musical and social history.