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Johnny Colon - Tierra Va A Temblar - Boogaloo - Salsa - Latin - LP
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Johnny Colon - Tierra Va A Temblar

Label: Cotique
Cat #: XCS-1082
Released: 1975
Country: US issue
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo

Vinyl: VG+, some scuffing and a few hairline scuff marks (listen to our copy)
Cover has ring wear and wear along spine and corners



Tracklisting:
1. Cuero Estirao
2. El Mensaje
3. Retorno Del Mambo
4. Echala Pa’Ca

5. Entre Compai Y Comai
6. Son Montuno
7. Si Te Fuiste Y Que
8. Looking In Your Eyes



Classic work by the trombonist, several salsa tracks w/ solos & Colon's nice vocals, also features some salsa tipica.


JOHNNY COLON - SI TE FUISTE Y QUÉ




JOHNNY COLON - CUERO ESTIRAO




JOHNNY COLON - EL MENSAJE




Johnny Colon (born in New York City) is an American-born Puerto Rican salsa musician, leader of the Johnny Colon Orchestra and founder of the East Harlem Music School, also known as a major contributor to the boogaloo sound of the 1960s.

Colon wrote most of the Orchestra's tunes, sings, plays percussion, piano and trombone, and first found success in the world of salsa with his 1967 debut album, Boogaloo Blues. He released five albums over the period 1967-72, and in 1968 founded the East Harlem Music School, which still exists.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 29 September, 2009.

 
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