Lego ‎– Flava In Ya Ear Vol. 2

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Afterhours ‎– AH 122
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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groovesuite

groovesuite

February 14, 2016

El Ritmo De Verdad is one of my favorite Lego tracks and a must have for any Latin house lover.
Dr_TaaDow

Dr_TaaDow

December 7, 2015

This record is an absolute MUST have for any house head! When that trumpet comes in on "When I'm with You", if you feel house music like I do, you'll want to jump up and start moving your feet immediately. If you REALLY feel it deep down you may have a few happy tears roll out. It gets me every time! Yeah, that's how deep I feel house.
Anime_Gee

Anime_Gee

March 20, 2004

OK!! Stand back! I'm gonna spill the beans on this record. Yes. I’m gonna review it! This is a rare gem on the now defunct Afterhours label. All Latin house records should be measured against this record. This record is the real deal, folks. We’ll start off with “<B>When I’m With You</B>”. This is my favorite track on the whole record. I have yet to hear anyone play a Latin jazz style trumpet like Ron Haynes did in the <B>Trumpet Mix</B>. Then it has all the other neat percussion & keys by Lego himself in there. Oh man!! This track has so much soul put into it! I can play this track over & over & never get tired of it. I almost shed a tear every time I hear it. (T_T ) The <B>Piano Mix</B> is kinda similar, but with a piano instead. Duh. It’s not as good as the first one, but still, it’s really nice. With a piano solo by Jose Valdez, this track will keep the Latin vibe flowing. Flip the record over & we have “<B>El Ritmo de Verdad</B>”. Just about every single house DJ that I can think of has rocked this track. The <B>Extended</B> version is the one to play. "Sé que tu quieres entonces moverte, por eso ahora, el ritmo de verdad.” That’s the vocal simple that’s repeated over & over by Javante Monet. Then there’s the percussion, trumpet, & keyboard sample rocking throughout the record. It’s basically a house anthem. So yeah. If you’re lucky enough to see a copy of this record lying around in a record store or on eBay, pick it up immediately!!! (^_^ )