Various – Lets Go Latin Once Again: More Vocal Group Harmonies


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Koko Mojo Records return with another volume of exotic and tantalising Latino rhythms with twenty-eight songs which shine the spotlight on the vocal groups who never forgot their heritage. Let's Go Latin Once Again - Vocal Group Harmonies presents the twenty-eight recordings from 1954 through to 1963 with the emphasis placed upon dance tempos and swaying rhythms for the lovers. Once upon a time, there were youthful women and men, having fun, and drinking the flavour of the Latino culture, Margarita and Spanish Daiquiri. Drifting through the air came the enchanting sonare of mambo and rhythm & blues music, the couples began swaying, and lost their inhibitions as they danced until dawn. Upon playing this album you will absorb the musical roots of the artists, Quito a Poquito (Los Llopis), Ay, Si, Si (The Dootones), and Que Se Mueran Los Feos (Los Xochimilcas) which is a perfect example of rock 'n' roll and heritage amalgamating. The musical exploration will encourage your body to go up and down to the Cha Cha Twist (Brice Coefield), the emotional vocal within, I Need A Man (Gloria Irving) is sensual, and the forming of a partnership leads to the Lover's Mambo (The Ontarios). The enchantresses of the dance-floor sway to the rhythms with sophistication and elegance, Aye Senorita (The Echoes), and Anna Macora (Calvaes). For some people, they stay at home and their lover should not be cruel and telephone them, all will be clear when you hear No Seas Cruel (Baldemar Huerta con Los Romanceros). Oh yes, here at Koko Mojo Records We Like Mambo (Eddie Bo). You are invited to add to your collection and make merry to the exotic cocktail of sounds on Volume One Vocal Group Harmonies - Let's Go Latin Koko Mojo Records (KM-CD 134) and There's Gonna Be A Ball (Rock'N'Roll Español - Tres CD de Salvaje Rock'N'Roll y Más) Atomicat Records (ACCD071). Dee Jay Mark Armstrong Bühl, Germany

Track Listing:
Andre Williams & The Don Juans: 1. Going Down To Tia Juana -   Brice Coefield: 2. Cha Cha Twist -   Los Rebeldes Del Rock: 3. Dulces Tonterias -   Gloria Irving: 4. I Need A Man -   Ivory Joe Hunter & The Ivorytones: 5. I Got To Learn To Do The Mambo -   Lee Andrews & The Hearts: 6. Show Me The Merengue -   Penguins: 7. Hey Senorita -   Los Llopis: 8. Quito A Poquito -   The Dootones: 9. Ay, Si, Si -   The Ontarios: 10. Lover’s Mambo -   Ruth Brown & Group: 11. Mambo Baby -   The Platters: 12. Shake It Up Mambo -   The Echoes: 13. Aye Senorita -   Calvaes: 14. Anna Macora -   The Calvaes: 15. Mambo Fiesta -   The Charmers: 16. The Mambo -   Richie Ray: 17. Parisian Thoroughfare -   Note & Toe & The Grenadiers - vocal Dick Hale: 18. I Got A Cold -   The Colts: 17. Lips Red As Wine -   New Yorker's 5: 20. Cha Cha Baby -   Los Mustang: 21. No Lo Ves -   Los Locos Del Ritmo: 22. Vengan Todos A Bailar -   The Crows with Melino and His Orchestra: 23. Mambo Shevitz -   Eddie Kochak and His Orchestra: 24. Mambo Araby -   Baldemar Huerta Con Los Romanceros: 25. No Seas Cruel -   Eddie Bo: 26. We Like Mambo -   Los Xochimilcas: 27. Que Se Mueran Los Feos -   Jack Don Ray: 28. Shake Shake Sonora -

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