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Tommy Olivencia Y Su Orquesta Cantan: Chamaco Ramirez y Paquito GuzmanJala-Jala Y Guaguanco

Sello:Tioly Records – LP-1002
Formato:
Vinilo, LP, Album
País:Puerto Rico
Publicado:
Género:Latin, Funk / Soul
Estilo:Guaguancó, Bolero, Salsa, Boogaloo, Merengue, Funk, Cha-Cha

Lista de Títulos

A1Calypso Y Jala Jala
Written-ByH. Debs*
A2Pepe El Toro
Written-ByChamaco Ramirez
A3Tus Mejores Hora
A4At The Party
Written-ByH. Rivera*
A5Tremendo Guaguanco
A6Bomba Del Solar
Written-ByH. Deebs*
B1El Titere
Written-ByL. Ramirez*
B2No Molestes Mas
Written-ByRay Barretto
B3Por Que Te Vas
Written-ByH. Deebs*
B4Mi Boogacha
Written-ByH. Deebs*
B5Guadalupe
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1966 release on Tommy Olivencias Trioly Records label. These recordings would later be re-released on the INCA label. Released with a vinyl weight of over 180 grams.

Includes a Bomba track. The track "Calypso Y Jala Jala" are Merengues where the word Calypso is only sung in the track.

Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores

  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side A, etched): Trioly LP-1002-A (5229A16) JD
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Side B, etched): Trioly LP-1002-B (5229A16) JD
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Written together, no space, both sides): JD

Otras versiones (3)Ver Todos

Título (Formato)SelloCat. nºPaísAño
Nueva Contribución
Jala-Jala Y Guaguanco (LP, Album, Reissue)Inca RecordsI-1002Puerto Rico1967
Nueva Contribución
Jala-Jala Y Guaguanco (CD, )IncaSLP 1002US2000
Nueva Contribución
Salsa Brava (LP, Album)Brillante601VenezuelaDesconocido

Críticas

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MamboMadness
Editado hace 4 años
This was his 2nd LP recorded. And was produced on his very own, short lived, and obscure "Tioly Records Label." This same LP would also be the Inca Records label debut release. This is Volume 2 of his "Jala-Jala y Guaguanco releases. His orquesta consisted of 12 of the best musicians at the time. Some of whom would eventually start their own orchestras; Chamaco Ramirez(RIP), Paquito Guzman, Etc.