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Album by The Afro Latin Soultet. Get Ready by The Afro Latin Soultet feat. Phil Moore III. is a cover of.
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음 참조: Afro-Latin Soul, LP, Album, W-1014. Extremely rare oddity from the same lable that brought you the mega rare and tripped out "Le Allucinazioni", Mulatu Astatkes original music from "Afro Latin Soul Vol 1" with a twist, or should I say, with a few LSD tabs! THIS monster has never been seen on the web before and is packaged up as Jonny "Paciuga" Farmer and His Quintett. It is in fact Mulatu's Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintett, Afro Latin Soul. A true collectors item of the highest quality Ethiopian Jazz from the master himself. 글 답글 2개 보기 나에게 알림 3 Helpful.
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Afrodesia is the lone album by the Afro-Soultet, which may or may not have been officially released by Banyon sometime between 1968 and 1971 (no one still breathing can remember the exact date). What we do know is that Johnny Kitchen (aka Jack Millman) licensed the record to Banyon's Betty Chiappetta (Vee-Jay Records), and the record received a test pressing. Afrodesia is a true lost classic and belongs in any soul or Latin jazz collection, as well as in any serious groove digger's crate.
Recorded in Brooklyn, NY. Originally released in 1966. The artist name is Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet on labels, just Ethiopian Quintet on the front cover. Matrix, Runout (A side etched runout): S-5-W1014-1 (A).