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Latin Bugaloo: The Warner Bros. Singles

Latin Bugaloo: The Warner Bros. Singles by Malo
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Label: Omnivore Recordings
Released: 2018
Views: 935

Track Listing

Suavecito; Nena; Cafe; Peace; Just Say Goodbye; Pana; I’m For Real; Oye Mamá; Latin Bugaloo; Midnight Thoughts; I Don’t Know; Merengue; Love Will Survive; Think About Love.


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Additional Personnel / Information

Bill Atwood: trumpet; Richard Bean: timbales, vocals; George Bermudez: congas; Forrest Buchtel: trumpet; Hadley Caliman: flute, baritone sax, tenor sax; Ron Demasi: clarinet, clavinet, flugelhorn, mellotron, organ, electric piano, synthesizer, trumpet, vibraphone, vocals; Carlos Federico: vocals; Mike Fugate: trumpet; Arcelio Garcia, Jr.: percussion, vocals; Luis Gasca: trumpet; Mike Heathman: trombone; Richard Kermode: organ, percussion, piano, electric piano; Nick Mendez: bongos, timbales; Roy Murray: horns; Tom Poole: trumpet; Bobby Ramirez: drums; Raul Rekow: congas; Alex Rodriguez: trumpet; Leo Rosales: bongos, congas, drums, percussion, timbales, vocals; Jorge Santana: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, percussion, violin; Steve Sherard: trombone, vocals; Tony Smith: drums, vocals; Richard Spremich: drums; Pablo Tellez: acoustic bass, electric bass, guitar, percussion, timbales, vocals; John Watson: vocals; Willie G.: vocals; Abel Zarate: guitar, vocals.


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