Joe Cuba Sextette* ‎– Diggin' The Most

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Seeco ‎– SCLP-9259, Seeco ‎– SCLP 9259
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A1 Ariñañara
Vocals – Jose Feliciano*
A2 Mercy
Vocals – Jimmy SabaterWritten-By – J. Sabater*, N. Jiménez*
A3 Aprieta
Vocals – Jose Feliciano*Written-By – Tito Puente
A4 Mambo Of The Times
Written-By – Nick Jiménez*
A5 Te Adoro
A6 Llegue
B1 El Hueso
Vocals – Jose Feliciano*Written-By – J. Sabater*, N. Jiménez*
B2 Aunque Tu
Vocals – Jose Feliciano*Written-By – Nick Jiménez*
B3 La Lapa
Vocals – Jose Feliciano*Written-By – Jimmy Sabater
B4 Picando De Vicio
B5 Siempre Sea
Vocals – Jose Feliciano*Written-By – Joe Cuba
B6 Remember Me
Vocals – Jose Feliciano*Written-By – Stan Applebaum

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Notes

The date of: 5-29-65 is hand etched within the Dead Wax of this release.
Dance styles as mentioned on the release
A1: Guaguancó, A2: Bolero, A3: Cha Cha, A4: Mambo, A5: Cha Cha, A6: Mambo
B1: Guaguancó, B2: Bolero, B3: Pachanga, B4: Cha Cha, B5: Mambo, B6: Bossa Nova

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label, Side A): MC-20459
  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label, Side B): MC-20460

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SCLP-9259, SCLP 92590 Joe Cuba Sextet Diggin' The Most(LP, Album) Seeco, Seeco SCLP-9259, SCLP 92590 US 1964 Sell This Version
SCLP 92590 Joe Cuba Sextet Diggin' The Most(12xFile, MP3, Album, RE) Fania Records SCLP 92590 US Unknown
SCLP-92590 Joe Cuba Sextet Diggin' The Most(LP, Album) Seeco SCLP-92590 US 1964 Sell This Version
SCLP 92590 Joe Cuba Sextet Diggin' The Most(12xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Fania Records SCLP 92590 US Unknown
SCLP-9259, SCLP-92590 Joe Cuba Sextette* Diggin' The Most(LP, RP, Ste) Seeco, Seeco SCLP-9259, SCLP-92590 US 1965 Sell This Version

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MamboMadness

MamboMadness

January 22, 2017
Although the date of 5-29-65 is Hand Etched within the Dead Wax of this release, it most probably came out in 1969 or early 1970's because it wasn't until 1969 that the Seeco Label was sold to Met-Richmond Record Sales, Inc. when subsequent Reissues included that Met-Richmond Record Sales, Inc. on all label bottoms of the Seeco Reissues.
This early release weighs about 160 to 180 grams, AND NOT the 80 or 120 grams of the recent reissues.
Mastered By Sterling.