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It's Spring.. the sun's shining and it's time for a few things with a Latin flavour... :dance:

So, erm, someone else post some cos I haven't got any here whistling.gif

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Dave Coleman Drown my heart Barry

Tony Middleton Spanish Maiden Storm

Bobby Valentine Use it before you lose it Fania

Manny Corchado Pow Wow Decca

Joe Cuba subway joe Fania

Bobby Valentine Bad Breath Fania

Johnny Colon Cloud Nine Cotique

Ray Barreto El Watusi

Joe Bataan Gypsy Women Fania

Monguito Santamaria Hey Sister Fania

Theres a load of big city soul with that latin backbeat thing goin on

just listen to

Paul Sindab I was a fool Knox/Powertree

Isonics Sugar Kammy

Theres a few to be getting on with

quite a few of them where big 100 club tunes in the 80s

and Manny Corchados takin off now via Mik Parry from Sheffields Pow Wow Club,Warren Boogaloo and Chris Dale

Al H :thumbsup:

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running out door - and editing post as CapitolSC lite mine as well!, but try .....

Ray Barretto - Soul Drummers

Ralph Robles - Takin Over

The New Sextet - Monkey see Monkey Do

La Lupe - Fever

Chollo Rivera - Black & Blues

Johnny Colon - Bugulu Blues

have racs of this stuff on the shelves so will post a more compete list later but, hey its Spring, su is out so get groovin!!!!!

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Tommy Navarro, TNT Band - Meditation, Vito & The Salutations + loads more...

A perfect summer tune for me (tho not exactly latin flavored) have to be the Valentines - I Have two loves - on King, perfect feel good summer groove.

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and I'm back!!!.....

Harvey Averne Dozen - Never learned to Dance/Central Park (Both big Plinston toons)

Monguito Santamaria - Hey Sister

Ralfi Pagan - Latin Soul

Anything by the glorious Joe Bataan (Under The Streetlamp; Cowboys To Gils; Subway Joe et all)

Al Escobar - I watched You Slowly Slip Away (Be afraid!!!)

Dianne & Caroe & The Latin Whatchamacallits - The Fuzz

Joey Pastrano - My Shingaling

Ray Barretto - Hard Hands/Mercy Mercy Baby

Lebaron Brothers - Lets Get Stoned

There's 100s of top Latin Soul Bugulu toons out there so get hunting and discoverfor yourself

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Dave Coleman Drown my heart Barry

Tony Middleton Spanish Maiden Storm

Bobby Valentine Use it before you lose it Fania

Manny Corchado Pow Wow Decca

Joe Cuba subway joe Fania

Bobby Valentine Bad Breath Fania

Johnny Colon Cloud Nine Cotique

Ray Barreto El Watusi

Joe Bataan Gypsy Women Fania

Monguito Santamaria Hey Sister Fania

Theres a load of big city soul with that latin backbeat thing goin on

just listen to

Paul Sindab I was a fool Knox/Powertree

Isonics Sugar Kammy

Theres a few to be getting on with

quite a few of them where big 100 club tunes in the 80s

and Manny Corchados takin off now via Mik Parry from Sheffields Pow Wow Club,Warren Boogaloo and Chris Dale

Al H thumbsup.gif

2 of my favourites - great for letting yourself go on the old dance floor

Karen :thumbsup:

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Spanish Maiden - tony middleton - storm

16138 refosoul Refosoul Rare and Northern Soul Clip library

Think this has been on here before, but can't find in library. Remember buying a one-sided white demo of this off Ian Clarke in around '83 - just found out it was re-issued (booted) many years later.

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