The Alegre All Stars ‎– Way Out - The Alegre All Stars Vol. lV

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Alegre Records ‎– LPA-844, Alegre Records ‎– LPA 844
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Mono
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A1 Manteca
Timbales – Orlando Marin (2)Trumpet – Pedro "Puchi" Boulong
A2 Porqué
Bass – Roy ColindresCongas – Tommy LopezLead Vocals – Yayo "El Indio" PequeroSaxophone [Alto] – Rod Sanchez
A3 El Guajiro De Cunaguá
Lead Vocals – Victor Velazquez
B1 Los Dandies
Lead Vocals – Chamaco Ramirez
B2 No Tienes Porque Criticarme
Bass – Roy ColindresCongas – Tommy LopezLead Vocals – Yayo "El Indio" PequeroSaxophone [Alto] – Rod Sanchez
B3 Ensayo Pa'La Luna
Bass – Jose "Chombo" SilvaCongas – Kako (2)Saxophone [Tenor] – Al SantiagoTimbales – Orlando Marin (2)
B4 Se Acabó Lo Que Se Daba
Lead Vocals – Juanchú

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Notes

Vinyl weighs approx. 160 grams. This is the 1st Repress of the 1965 original. Branston Music, Inc. is only branded on the bottom labels. Subsequent Reissues have Alegre Records, A Division of Branston Music, Inc. branded on the back cover.
This album was released before Vol. 3 in the series, because Vol. 3 allegedly got stolen on the subway. Apparently, this was just a marketing ploy.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched - Side A): Alegre BP 2042 RR AB 2-66
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched - Side B): Alegre BP 2043 RR AB 3-66
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched Back/Back, both sides): RR
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): BP 2042
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): BP 2043

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MamboMadness

MamboMadness

July 1, 2017
OjO: There are Reissues of this Original 1966 Repress. So before you purchase from any seller, ask them if their copy is identical to ALL pictures shown here, ESPECIALLY the Blue color variation of the center labels? If they're a lighter blue, they are a Reissue. And if their copy is Still Sealed, A Ya Tu!