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A Latin Cookin 6:55 B Alright By Me 3:44. RAPS 001 Power Supply Latin Cookin' (7") Rapture Records RAPS 001 UK. 1983. INT 11. 27 Power Supply Latin Cookin& (7") Blow Up. 27 Germany 1983.
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Power Supply is Budgie's eighth studio album, released in October 1980 on Active Records, a sublabel of RCA Records (which was the distributor of A&M Records - Budgie's previous label - at the time). All tracks written by Burke Shelley and John Thomas, except where noted. These tracks were originally released as the If Swallowed Do Not Induce Vomiting EP. Burke Shelley - vocals, bass. John Thomas - guitar. Steve Williams - drums.
Musician performer: Power Supply. Title: Latin Cookin'. Date of release: 1983.
While most of the collections in the Colors of Latin Jazz series of releases are well assembled, this one is especially delightful. Never mind the corny food theme on Soul Cookin', just dig into the sounds because there is a double entendre in the title. This is funky, gritty, steaming soulful jazz of all Latin varieties. There are jams by Mongo Santamaria, Poncho Sanchez, Cal Tjader, Tito Puente, and Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers, to name a handful. The cuts are well-sequenced and beautifully illustrate the rich and varied tradition of Latin soul-jazz
Welcome to Latin Club Sessions for a panoramic perspective on Latin-influenced music with a party twist. Over two hours of hand-selected tracks from boogaloos to bossas, Latin house to Brazilian drum & bass, make up this double album of quality tracks. The producers and artists have been drawn from such diverse locations as Rio, Bari, Berlin, Havana and Bristol, all brought together in one fantastic carnival melee guaranteeing the sunshine vibe all year long! What makes this album so wonderful is the incredibly high quality of all the music included from such diverse locations
This is a guest post entered in the Spirit of Giving Blogging Contest. All opinions are those of the author. I honestly couldn’t believe it. Singing was never my thing, yet I had to get up, walk over to the microphone, and stand next to four others who would be partaking in this musical event. Zach, the guitarist, started playing, and before we knew what was happening, we started singing. Midway through the first song, I looked up, and I saw 300 Haitian men, women, and children, all listening intently, despite the fact they couldn’t understand a word (they spoke Creole).
Cookin' Gumbo by Captain Planet, released 06 September 2011 1. Ram Ad Infinitum 2. Get You Some 3. Fumando 4. Ningane 5. Samba Radiante 2011 6. On Yer Feet 7. Macumba 8. Lagos Speedway 9. Burn Baby Burn 10. Speakin' Nuyorican 11. Dame Agua 12. One For Japan 13. Another Dollar Coming from an early background in punk rock and rap music, Charlie Wilder (aka Captain Planet) began making hip-hop beats at an early age on archaic equipment, digging for samples in the usual Funk, Soul and Jazz wells –all the while developing a taste for Reggae and African music.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Intercord Ton GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Intercord Ton GmbH
- Producer – Richard Dodd
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|INT 110.527||Power Supply||Latin Cookin` (7")||Blow Up||INT 110.527||Germany||1983|