Label: Artol Records - ACS-6049 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Compatible Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Latin • Style: Descarga, Boogaloo, Guaguancó, Bolero
Nice work. This one's definitely worth checking out. Thanks Puerto Rico - Meñique Y Kako - Sock It To Me Latino always.
Peace and blessings. Great site! I love the idea of sticking with high quality Japanese pressings. Post a Comment. A go-go dancer on the cover, and some very tasty grooves on the record -- hard and heavy Latin work from the mighty Kako, cut with a sound that's a lot more classic than you might guess from the image on the front! The style here has a slight nod to the boogaloo generation, but also really revels in older Afro-Cuban modes -- sounding especially strong on the descarga tip, as Kako and combo jam nicely with a really frenetic sort of approach.
Menique sings vocals on some numbers, and other members of the group include Ricardo Ray and Victor Paz. So he asked the musicians in Panama if they knew a singer that could learn his music fast. He wanted both of us, but I was the lucky one to come to New York because I was able to get my visa, and Beto could not come.
After a year, Kako became my brother-in-law when I married one of his sisters. I have great memories of everyone that participated Freddy Krüger - Oidoxie - Weiß & Rein Kako y su Combo. All the musicians were in good humour and I blended into the group, even though I was only with them for about three months. Kako was a great guy; he took me in with his family when I came from Panama.
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