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ZL Mix #2: Deep Crate Salsa Zona Libre: Music & Culture

    • Muziek

As Motown has become synonymous with soul, many people associate salsa with Fania Records. With artists such as Hector Lavoe, Willie Colon, Celia Cruz and Ruben Blades, the New York record label put out such a huge volume of seminal salsa albums that many people ignore the other artists and labels that were putting out great salsa in the same period. For this mix we wanted to feature some of those other labels and artists from New York and Puerto Rico. We enlisted the help of Lo_fi_vinyl-- Lemuel, born in Puerto Rico, has been collecting vinyl for decades, including an enviable salsa collection. He featured some of the lesser known or ignored labels, artists and albums. dj tres dos selected some rarities and some artists who didn’t record on Fania but who any serious salsa fan knows and loves.

El Gran Combo - “La Fiesta de Pilito”– Combo Records –1985
Orquesta Broadway –“Isla del Encanto”– Coco Records –1976
Cortijo y su Nuevo Combo –“Pica Pica”– Coco Records –1975
Conjunto Clásico –“Piragüero”– Lo Mejor Records –1980
Lebron Brothers –“Ñeñe”– Cotique Records –1973
Costa Brava –“Constanza”– Brava Records –1982
Conjunto Candela –“Maria Merce” Bronco Records –1976
Típica 73 - “Amalia Batista”– Inca Records –1974
Puerto Rico All Stars – “Reunion En La Cima” - PRAS Records 1976
Charlie Palmieri –“Despierta Julián” - Alegre Records - 1973
Cheo Rosario –“El Vive Bien Del Barrio” - Salsa Records - 1966 Chivirico Dávila –“ Cuando Tu Quieras” - Cotique Records - 1973 Monguito Santamaría –“Oye Lo Que Digo” - Inca Records - 1974 Agustin Arce Y Su Nuevo Sonido –“Árbol Caído” - Borinquen Records - 1971
Roberto Y Su Nuevo Montuno –“Virazón” - International Records - 1976
Conjunto Canayon –“Hace Tiempo” - Top Hits Records -1981
Ismael Rivera –“Satelite”– Tico Records – 1974
Manny Oquendo y su Conjunto Libre –“Qué humanidad”– Montuno Records –1983
Conjunto La Perla –“Juventud Latina”– L.A.D. Records –1982
Julio Castro & La Masacre – “El Pregonero”– New Generation Records –1979
Jose Mangual, Jr. –“Ritmo y sabor”– Velvet Records –1980
Sonora Ponceña –“Yambeque”– Inca Records –1982
Orquesta Mulenze –“Te amo en silencio”– PDC - 1981
Frankie Dante & His Orchestra Flamboyan –“Chupa-el Piruli” - Cotique Records - 1976
Dax Pacem Orchestra –“Bomba” - Amaral Records - 1969
Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound –“Hay Que Saber Comenzar” - International Records - 1977
Chorolo Y Su Combo –“Dame Un Besito” - Ricky Records - 1963? Cesar Nicolas –“La Ñá” - Coqui Records - 1978
Orquesta De Cuchon –“Tumbaron La Veintiuna” - Micris Records - 1976
Lebron Brothers –“Como Camina Mi China” - Cotique Records - 1976
Ismael Rivera –“Me Tienes Loco” - Tico Records - 1980

As Motown has become synonymous with soul, many people associate salsa with Fania Records. With artists such as Hector Lavoe, Willie Colon, Celia Cruz and Ruben Blades, the New York record label put out such a huge volume of seminal salsa albums that many people ignore the other artists and labels that were putting out great salsa in the same period. For this mix we wanted to feature some of those other labels and artists from New York and Puerto Rico. We enlisted the help of Lo_fi_vinyl-- Lemuel, born in Puerto Rico, has been collecting vinyl for decades, including an enviable salsa collection. He featured some of the lesser known or ignored labels, artists and albums. dj tres dos selected some rarities and some artists who didn’t record on Fania but who any serious salsa fan knows and loves.

El Gran Combo - “La Fiesta de Pilito”– Combo Records –1985
Orquesta Broadway –“Isla del Encanto”– Coco Records –1976
Cortijo y su Nuevo Combo –“Pica Pica”– Coco Records –1975
Conjunto Clásico –“Piragüero”– Lo Mejor Records –1980
Lebron Brothers –“Ñeñe”– Cotique Records –1973
Costa Brava –“Constanza”– Brava Records –1982
Conjunto Candela –“Maria Merce” Bronco Records –1976
Típica 73 - “Amalia Batista”– Inca Records –1974
Puerto Rico All Stars – “Reunion En La Cima” - PRAS Records 1976
Charlie Palmieri –“Despierta Julián” - Alegre Records - 1973
Cheo Rosario –“El Vive Bien Del Barrio” - Salsa Records - 1966 Chivirico Dávila –“ Cuando Tu Quieras” - Cotique Records - 1973 Monguito Santamaría –“Oye Lo Que Digo” - Inca Records - 1974 Agustin Arce Y Su Nuevo Sonido –“Árbol Caído” - Borinquen Records - 1971
Roberto Y Su Nuevo Montuno –“Virazón” - International Records - 1976
Conjunto Canayon –“Hace Tiempo” - Top Hits Records -1981
Ismael Rivera –“Satelite”– Tico Records – 1974
Manny Oquendo y su Conjunto Libre –“Qué humanidad”– Montuno Records –1983
Conjunto La Perla –“Juventud Latina”– L.A.D. Records –1982
Julio Castro & La Masacre – “El Pregonero”– New Generation Records –1979
Jose Mangual, Jr. –“Ritmo y sabor”– Velvet Records –1980
Sonora Ponceña –“Yambeque”– Inca Records –1982
Orquesta Mulenze –“Te amo en silencio”– PDC - 1981
Frankie Dante & His Orchestra Flamboyan –“Chupa-el Piruli” - Cotique Records - 1976
Dax Pacem Orchestra –“Bomba” - Amaral Records - 1969
Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound –“Hay Que Saber Comenzar” - International Records - 1977
Chorolo Y Su Combo –“Dame Un Besito” - Ricky Records - 1963? Cesar Nicolas –“La Ñá” - Coqui Records - 1978
Orquesta De Cuchon –“Tumbaron La Veintiuna” - Micris Records - 1976
Lebron Brothers –“Como Camina Mi China” - Cotique Records - 1976
Ismael Rivera –“Me Tienes Loco” - Tico Records - 1980

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