Candido ‎– Jingo / Dancin' And Prancin'

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Salsoul Records ‎– SG 219
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Jingo
Arranged By – Joe CainMixed By – David Rodriguez Jr.Written-By – M. Olatunji*
9:20
B Dancin' And Prancin'
Arranged By – Louis SmallWritten-By – L. Small*, W. Cunningham*
6:53

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(From The Salsoul L.P. SA 8520 "Dancin' And Prancin'")

Other Versions (5 of 55) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
S7 2094 Candido Jingo(7") Salsoul Records S7 2094 US 1979 Sell This Version
RHR 3245, RAMSH 3245, 3245 Candido Jingo(12", Single) Rams Horn Records, Rams Horn Records, Rams Horn Records RHR 3245, RAMSH 3245, 3245 Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version
EXCL 102 Candido Jingo(12", Ltd, Promo) Excaliber Records Ltd. EXCL 102 UK 1981 Sell This Version
HAKT 9 Candido Jingo(12") Hardcore HAKT 9 UK 1987 Sell This Version
SG-219 Candido Jingo / Thousand Finger Man(12", RE, RM) Salsoul Records SG-219 UK 2015 Sell This Version

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WFJoeyG

WFJoeyG

June 26, 2010

This is the perfect example of why it was great to be a DJ attending the Old School. Here you have what should really be a Beatlesque "Double A-Side" from the geniuses at Salsoul. Jingo the better of the two songs IMHO, but not by much. This was a 12" to buy two or even three copies of, depending how many tables your crew worked, and you would get your money's worth for 4 or 5 years of using at gigs, even if you only rocked the break behind a newer record. And what WAS your money's worth. In '79, most probably $1.99 each from a store that catered to DJs like "Rock & Soul Electronics" in NYC; or maybe $2.49 if you shopped at a regular Sam Goody type store. 99¢ if you got lucky in a store selling B Stock or Notches. Or there was always your friendly neighborhood Record Pool, or your friend upstairs at 240 Madison Ave. It's nice to make nice to the A&R guys upstairs in NY or LA to get copies of their new stuff they knew you would play (push) for them. Those were the Days. Peace, Joey G.