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En La Esquina - Juan Torres - Organo Melodico Vol. 9 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ En La Esquina - Juan Torres - Organo Melodico Vol. 9 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Kat says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from La Nave Del Olvido by Juan Torres Y Su Organo Melodico Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Bar says:
    A lost gem in the 70s catalog of Ray Barretto – a fantastic album with some really wonderful tracks! Although Ray's clearly in his salsa mode here, he's also got a very strong jazz approach to the tracks – picking up the changes, tones, and colors used on his Other Road album, and LP, Vinyl record album.
  3. Grolkree says:
    he salido en programas como presencia cultural de canal 7, a la vuelta de la esquina de canal 6 de cable mÁgico que lo dirige el actor gonzalo torres. he dictado conferencias en la universidad de san martin de porres para los estudiantes de comunicaciones,tambiÉn he sido entrevistado para el programa usil de radio miraflores de la universidad.
  4. Arashidal says:
    Consulta los créditos, las críticas y las canciones, y compra la edición de Vinyl de Organo Melódico Vol.9 en Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Mazujinn says:
    An early classic from the great Raphy Leavitt – one of the leading underground lights of the 70s salsa scene, especially if you get away from the Fania/Tico side of the universe! There's a strong sense of soul to the record right from the start – one that comes more from the delivery of the lyrics, and some of the bluer notes in the instrumentation – never that .
  6. Shakajora says:
    Juan Torres y su órgano melódico: Órgano y ritmos. Volumen 9. Lado A: El triste. Una lágrima. Herido. Negra paloma. Mi viejo. En la esquina. Lado B: La nave del olvido. Gotas de lluvia sobre mi cabeza. País tropical. Sabes de qué tengo ganas. Debe ser él. Mi loca pasión. Juan Torres y su órgano melódico: Romance Latinoamericano.
  7. Kazrasar says:
    Heavy funk from the Mexican scene of the early 70s – a great little combo that blends together equal parts soul, rock, and jazz! Grupo Oz are clearly influenced by some of the jazzier groups going down on the west coast Latin scene of the time – and like many of those groups, they also bring in a good deal of heavy guitar as well – riffing along with the .
  8. Kazitaxe says:
    La Esquina DelMovimiento 3. Por Tu Puerta No Paso Mas 4. El Monio Celoso 5. BoquitaGolosa 6. Yola Mato 7. Oye Mima 8. Pugilato 9. Rock And roll El Cormeta Canonazos Cellos De Coco Celos Con Lola Besintos De Coco Y Que Mi Socio Las Muchanchas Juancito Thucupey Caramelos Pa' La Paloma Topics: Mexican, LP.

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