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Ranil Y Su Conjunto Tropical

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Fourteen mindblowing Cumbia masterpieces – many of which have never seen wide release outside the Amazonian region. Comes in a gatefold cover pressed on 180g vinyl and includes a beautiful LP-size poster.If you travel up the Amazon, past the city of Manaus and past the Brasilian/Peruvian border, you will eventually reach the city of Iquitos. It was here that Werner Herzog filmed Fitzcarraldo, the visionary epic of one man's struggle to drag a ship over a mountain; and it was here, in a city completely cut off from the Peruvian coast, accessible only by air and water, and surrounded by impenetrable forests, that a new, distinctly Amazonian style of Cumbia emerged in the early 1970s.One of the style's greatest practitioners was Raúl Llerena Vásquez – known to the world as Ranil – is a Peruvian singer, bandleader, record-label entrepreneur and larger-than-life personality who swirled the teeming buzz of the Amazonian jungle, the unstoppable rhythms of Colombian and Brazilian dance music, and the psychedelic electricity of guitar-driven rock-and-roll into a knock-out, party-starting concoction. It's cumbia alright, but you've never heard cumbia quite like this before.Ranil's music came into being far from Lima, the Peruvian capital, where Cuban-style big band and guitar waltzes vied for popular supremacy. On the distant banks of the Amazon, where Ranil spent the early years of his adulthood working as a schoolteacher, the air was full of the criollo waltzes of his youth, carimbó rhythms from nearby Brasil and crackly broadcasts of cumbia from Colombia picked up on transistor radios.When Ranil returned to Iquitos after several years teaching in small towns, he assembled a group of musicians and prepared to take the city's nightlife by storm. His unique blend of galloping rhythms and trebly, reverberant guitar was so successful that he was soon able to take his band to Lima to record their first record at MAG studios, where many of Peru's most successful psych, rock and salsa bands began their recording careers.Yet Ranil had no intention of entering into the indentured servitude that comes with signing one's life away to a record company. Instead he established Produccions Llerena – possibly the first record label founded in the Peruvian Amazon – which allowed him to maintain complete control over the release and distribution of his music. His fearsome negotiation skills and his insistence on organising his own tours turned him into one of the central figures of the Amazonian music scene.Although his records were popular throughout the region, Ranil never sought his fortune in the capital, preferring to remain in his hometown of Iquitos where, in recent decades, he has concentrated his considerable energies on his radio and television stations, and become involved with local civic politics. Yet his legacy has continued to grow among those fortunate enough to track down copies of his legendary – and legendarily difficult to find – LPs.Ranil's extraordinary output has remained one of the best kept secrets among collectors of cumbia and psychedelic Latin sounds.With the release of Ranil y su Conjunto Tropicalit is a secret no longer. Assembled by Analog Africa founder Samy Ben Redjeb from original LPs sourced from Ranil himself, this fully-licenced compilation presents 14 tracks – many of which have never seen wide release outside the Amazonian region – by a singular artist at the very height of his considerable powers. Prepare yourself for a guitar groove you won't soon forget.

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Side 1
1. Muevete Mi Amor
2. Vuelo A Saturno
3. Las Oladas
4. Lamento
5. La Minga
6. Mi Querido Ucayali
7. Licenciado
Side 2
1. Cumbia En Tu Soledad
2. Cumbia Sin Nombre
3. Rojo Lamento
4. Angel Terrenal
5. Marlenita
6. La Tuctuructia
7. La Danza De Don Lucho

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We Latin Like That

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Created in 2006, SETENTA, the Latin Soul Band from Paris, spreads a unique mix over the world scene.After sparkling debuts with their first albums Funky Tumbao (Hot Casa Records 2010), Latin Piece Of Soul (Hot Casa Records 2013), Paris to Nueva York (Latin Big Note 2016), following successful live experiences and strong links developed with New York and Joe BATAAN, the Latin soul legend, the French seven-piece combo is back with his modern definition of Latin music.Composed and arranged collectively, this new opus mixes up Latin, Funk, Pop and Jazz, with the same percussive and strong vocal section, sung in Spanish, English, Creole and Yoruba, (cf. their arrangement of the traditionnal Rezo a Obatala). They also salute the great Camilo Azuquita with a rework of "Guajiro Bacan" (Ramon "Saoco" Perez), which they bring as a pledge of allegiance to the Latin Soul genre.SETENTA spreads love, peace and positive energy all over the world, breaking rules and claiming We Latin Like That.

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1. Time To Love
2. Guajiro Bacan (Latin Soul Soldier)
3. Confused
4. Afro Blue Obatala
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1. Catch Me
2. Como Rinkin
3. Neg Cimarron
4. Boys & Girls

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Paris To Nueva-York

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Created in 2006, SETENTA, the Latin Soul Band from Paris, spreads a unique mix over the world scene. After a sparkling debut with their first albums Funky Tumbao (Hot Casa Records / Fat Beats 2010), then followed in 2013 by Latin Piece of Soul (Hot Casa Records), the French seven-pieces combo is back with a modern definition of Latin music. Following their outstanding live collaboration at "Théâtre Les Etoiles" in Paris, and "Jazz Mix de Vienne" in June 2015, they invite Joe BATAAN, the Latin soul legend. Composed collectively, this album mixes up Latin, Soul, Hip-Hop, Funk, modern Jazz, or Psychedelic Boogaloo, with a percussive and strong vocal section, sung in Spanish, English, Creole, Yoruba and French. SETENTA spreads love, peace and positive energy all over the world, from Paris to Nueva York.

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1. Madame Shingaling
2. Power Of Your Smile
3. My Rainbow (feat Joe Bataan)
4. Tcha Bell
Side 2
1. Cuidar Las Flores
2. Dansa Chango
3. Genius
4. Da Manha

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La Diferencia (Antal & Palms Trax Edits)

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Heavy zouk 12", doublesider! Both tracks taken from Daniel Dimbas' 1985 ''La Differencia" album. Officially licensed from Debs Music.. Palms Trax & Antal on edit duties..

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1. Carnaval Soca (Antal edit)
Side 2
1. La Musique (Palms Trax edit)

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Cuerpo Y Alma

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Cuerpo y alma was Eduardo Mateo’s second record as a soloist, originally released by Sondor in 1984. Recorded between 1981 and 1984. In this record Mateo also experimented with percussion trying to get closer to a Hindú Percussion. This record is for the first time reissued in a limited vinyl edition.Eduardo Mateo is one of the most important influences in the history of the Uruguayan Music. Mixing beat, jazz, bossa nova and candombe. He was the one who created the “candombe-beat” mostly known as “fusión”. He also was member and inspired the legendary band “El Kinto”.

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1. Cuerpo Y Alma
2. Nombre De Bienes
3. Maria
4. El Son Oro Scope
5. Carlitos
6. El Tungue Le
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1. Lo Dedo Negro
2. El Boliche
3. Si Vieras
4. Un Canto Para Iemanja
5. La Casa Grande
6. El Airero

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Cara A Cara

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In 1986, Uruguayan vocalist and musician Mariana Ingold took the advice of a storied Uruguayan composer and musicologist and recorded her first album (Todo Depende) for the now legendary label Ayuí/Tacuabé. In the early ’80s, the introduction of the synthesizer fostered an experimental new approach to traditional Candombe rhythms. Ingold’s influence on the scene looms large. Pairing elegant vocals and majestic harmonies with complex arrangements, she pushed the Montevideo-specific sound — loosely termed Candombe fusion — in new directions and thrived working collaboratively with artists including Eduardo Mateo, Jaime Roos, and Hugo Fattoruso.With the assistance of Chris J. Morris, Left Ear Records has extracted a collection of tracks that encapsulate this period between 1986-1991, lifting from her albums Todo Depende, Cambio de Clima, and Haace Calor. Full liner notes translated in English and Spanish with archival photos included.

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1. Tiempo Leve
2. Otros
3. Capitulos
4. Trasnoche
5. Corazones Solitarios
6. Fue Ayer
7. Ni Una Brisa
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1. Cara A Cara
2. La Del Domingo
3. Co-Autoria
4. Sin Tus Pestanas
5. Noche De Brujas
6. Asiestar

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Cantos Campesinos

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1. Paseo En Un Sueno
2. Cancion Para Mi Familia, Venezuela
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1. Cantos Campesinos (Hector Plimmer remix)

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Loé Loá - Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree

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Limited LP + MP3 download code

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1. Oh, Santa Rosa
2. Pueblo De Fiesta
3. No La Peles, Papa
4. La Situacion"
5. Borracho De Aguardiente
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1. Gaviota
2. Merengada E Ron
3. Alae Alao
4. Sentimiento
5. Barlovento Es

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Vamos A Hacer Edits

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10" limited to 300 copiesA-track is an extended version that won't be available for download anywhere.

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1. Vamos A Hacer (Extended Instrumental - Ben Matik Edit)
2. El Pajarito (Ben Matik Instrumental Edit)

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London Luanda Remix Series

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B2 is a vinyl exclusive track, that won't be available for download anywhere.All original tracks are officially licensed from Analog Africa, and taken from the compilations "Angola Soundtrack" and "Angola Soundtrack 2".A1 is also called "London Luanda Part 1"A2 is also called "London Luanda Part 4"B1 is also called "London Luanda Part 3"

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1. Ze Da Lua - Ulungu Wami (The Busy Twist remix)
2. Africa Ritmo - Olha O Pica (The Busy Twist remix)
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1. Levis Vercky's - Meca (The Busy Twist remix)
2. Os Kiezos - Comboio (The Busy Twist remix)

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