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Bataola Boogaloo - Various - Long Live Boogaloo (Vinyl, LP, LP)

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  1. Various Artists - Boogaloo Years - srikconcasokuari.leiweaniniturlereehephanaradoct.infoinfo Music. Boogaloo Years and this one released in by Capitol covering an early vinyl album which contains Jerryo's two solo hits and some of the others mentioned above, as well as a few by Tom & Jerrio, but unfortunately not the original Boo-Ga-Loo 3/5(1).
  2. The album he recorde for Roulette, ’s ‘Don’t Walk: Dance’ is an interesting mix of sounds, including jazz, latin, and as you’ll hear in today’s selection, a bit of boogaloo. The album’s title (sort of) track, ‘Don’t Walk’ is an outstanding example of the kind of mixture Malcolm was working with at the time.
  3. Still, very few artists devoted an entire album to the boogaloo, since the sound was so catchy as to be practically played out after just one or two songs. By , Latin musicians began uniting around the banner of salsa, but even then many serious artists (including Willie Colon) did a boogaloo or two on their albums for comic relief. Read More.

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