Mongo Santamaria Orchestra*, La Lupe ‎– Mongo Introduces La Lupe

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Riverside Records ‎– 3523, Riverside Records ‎– RM 3523
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Beaded Edge
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A1 Besito Pa Ti
Written-By – Santamaria*
4:39
A2 Kiniqua
Written-By – Antar Daly
4:19
A3 Canta Bajo
Written-By – Pat Patrick
3:35
A4 Uncle Calypso
Written-By – Armando Peraza
3:27
A6 Montuneando
Written-By – Santamaria*, Hernandez*
4:01
B1 Que Lindas Son
Written-By – Santamaria*
4:38
B2 Oye Este Guaguanco
Written-By – Isaac Irrizary
2:45
B3 Este Mambo (This Is My Mambo)
Written-By – Rene Hernandez
4:39
B4 Quiet Stroll
Written-By – Patrick*
7:59

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1963 US Riverside Records 1st label variation edition of La Lupe debut release LP.
Released with a vinyl weight of approx. 155 grams, with a beaded edge, and a large ring press with Microgroove branding on blue colored center record label with silver print and logo.

Although not credited on this release; Kako (2) is playing the Timbales, Osvaldo Martinez is playing a Guiro and singing Coro.
Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York City.

Distributed in Europe by: Interdisc (7),

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, etched, initials RMY, in cursive, very small): RM 3523 A1 RMY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, etched, initials RMY, in cursive, very small): RM 3523 B1 RMY
  • Rights Society: BMI

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MamboMadness

MamboMadness

April 29, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Thanks to Mongo, La Lupe, after leaving Cuba was able to make her USA recording debut, and performing in the USA for the1st time. Los musicos on this release were: Victor Venegas, Osvaldo Martinez, Kako, Chocolate, Rene Hernandez, and others.