This beautiful LP was released by Stax in the early 70's, but somehow got lost in the shuffle between all the Isaac Hayes LPs. Fortunately, it was rediscovered by the international groove community about 10 years ago, and it's been at the top of everyone's playlist (and want list) ever since! This is sort of a politically conscious mini-opera, or suite, with 8 tracks of spiritual funk and soul, all strung together in a righteous package that's as perfectly-conceived as you could imagine for an independent soul release from the 70s. You've probably heard at least one sample from this LP - maybe from the cuts "Brown-Bag... + INFO
The LP is pressed on 180gsm vinyl and has been lovingly designed and printed 1960s UK style with spot gloss and glued flaps in a limited edition of 500. Tracks :Side One: King Classics, Think, Messin' Up, Dedicated To The One I Love, Tell The Truth, It Hurts Inside, When I Get Like This, Good Lookin' Woman, Say It. Side Two: Soulful Sides, Don't Let It Be In Vain, I'm With You, Show Me, I Got To Know, Much In Need, Catch That Teardrop, What's In The Heart, Get Something Out Of It.
In the early 70's emerge in Medellin (Colombia) a musical group that was dedicated to the salsa genre, achieving international recognition in a short time. The group was conceived by the directives of a record company called "Industria nacional del sonido", known by its initials "INS" The emerging group was called LOS AFROINS, curious name, that became from linking two words: Afro, from the rhythms they interpret and INS stands for the record company.One of the albums that gave the AFROINS its most prestige was "GOZA LA SALSA", which included ten songs played brilliantly by Roy Betancourt and Lucho Puerto Rico, under ... + INFO