Title: El Alma Del Barrio = The Soul Of Spanish Harlem
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El Alma Del Barrio is a tight, grooving nod to Joe Cuba's East Harlem roots, produced by one of the most colorful jazz producers of all time, Teddy Reig. Exact reissue of this 1964 album. The sound of Latin music in the 1960s grew out of a Spanish Harlem scene influenced as much by the sound of Black America as by its Cuban roots. El Alma Del Barrio is a tight, grooving nod to Joe Cuba's East Harlem roots, produced by one of the most colorful jazz producers of all time, Teddy Reig. Genre South American - Latin. With Harlem River Drive Live At Sing Sing.
BPM Profile El Alma Del Barrio. Album starts at 106BPM, ends at 115BPM (+9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Joe Cuba Sextet. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
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More albums of Joe Cuba Sextet: El Alma Del Barrio - The Soul Of Spanish Harlem. Comin' At You. Genre is Latin. This album was released on the label Seeco Records (catalog number SCLP 9292). This album was released in 1975 year. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone. Attention! All audio material is presented solely for information.
Joe Cuba was always attached to his East Harlem roots: He released a 1964 album called El Alma del Barrio/The Soul of Spanish Harlem, and he continually recorded dedications to his neighborhood, including "Do You Feel It?" By 1972, when that record was recorded, boogaloo was over. But Cuba was still playing with musical fusions, bringing funk elements into an otherwise slow, cha-cha-chá rhythm. When Cuba recorded "Salsa Ahi Na' Ma'" in 1976, he was bringing part of his career full circle - the song is an updated version of "Tremendo Coco," which he originally recorded in 1964. The rhythm is a classic guaguanco - a popular Cuban folkloric style that survived into the salsa era - and Cuba updates the sound to match the production sophistication of the mid-'70s.
|A1||Guaguanco Del Jibarito|
|A3||Ven Baila Conmigo|
|A4||Solo Por Ti|
|B1||La Fuga Pal Monte|
|B4||En La Carretera|
|B6||Si Me Paro|
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NotesReissue with Op Art Orange Yellow Tico Labels
|SLP 1119||Joe Cuba Sextet||El Alma Del Barrio = The Soul Of Spanish Harlem (LP, Album)||Tico Records||SLP 1119||US||1964|
|LP 1119, TRLP-1119||Joe Cuba Sextet||El Alma Del Barrio = The Soul Of Spanish Harlem (LP, Album)||Tico Records, Tico Records||LP 1119, TRLP-1119||Venezuela||Unknown|
|L-23-1119||Joe Cuba Sextet||El Alma Del Barrio = The Soul Of Spanish Harlem (8-Trk, Album)||Tico Records||L-23-1119||US||1964|
|LP 1119||Joe Cuba Sextet||El Alma Del Barrio = The Soul Of Spanish Harlem (LP, Album, Mono)||Tico Records||LP 1119||US||1964|
|SLPA 1119||Joe Cuba Sextet||El Alma Del Barrio = The Soul Of Spanish Harlem (CD, Album, RE)||Tico Records||SLPA 1119||US||1998|