The most torrid tropic-o-Latin record ever! a collection of fast, hot and intense Latin songs played by Cuban, Puerto Rican, Venezuelan, Peruvian and Mexican wild dance orchestras. Recorded in the '40s/'50s/'60s, and originally released on vinyl and 78 rpm shellac records. Savage bongos, volcanic trumpets, atomic rumbas, mambo inferno and primitive boogaloo for a successful party of exotic ecstasy. Artists include: Tojo y su Orquesta, Orquesta Ciudad Trujillo, Chico Salas, Orquesta Riverside, Noro Morales, Tino Contreras, Beto Ovalle, Chino Ortiz, Miguelito Valdes, and Joe Valle.
Maracaibo Oriental - Tojo Y Su Orquesta
Anabacoa - Orquesta Ciudad Trujillo
Gulliver - Chico Salas
Las Gallegas Bailan Mambo - Orquesta Riverside
Noro's Jump - Noro Morales
Humo - Tino Contreras
Maracaibo Oriental - Beto Ovalle
Rumba Pura - Chino Ortiz
Nagüe - Miguelito Valdés
O La La - Joe Valle
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.