Latin Underground Revolution Vol. 3 (3 x 7″)


3 x 7″ (Liner notes by DJ Bongohead)

Released by Rocafort Records

Six gems from the catalogue of Ansonia Records, a collection of 60s and 70s boogaloo, mambo, descarga and salsa from New York City. Fiery stuff!

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Press Release:

“On the latest volume in their ongoing Latin Underground Revolution series, Rocafort Records has dipped into the vast archives of Ansonia Records, the NYC-based Latin American division of Decca Records. With six tracks stretched across three seven-inch singles, there’s much to enjoy, from the organ-laced Latin soul shuffle of Gilberto Sextet’s ‘Do You Want To Be Free’ and the punchy mambo madness of Mon Rivera Y Su Orquestra’s ‘A Mi Piln’, to the scintillating salsa of Cartiho Y Su Combo’s ‘Calefaccion Aqui’ and the horn-heavy dancefloor strut of Joseito Mateo Y Su Combo’s ‘Boogaloo Para T’. Throw in some superb, authoritative liner notes and you have another brilliant package from the on-point Rocafort Records crew.”

Additional information

Weight 180 g
Dimensions 18 × 18 × 1 cm