Camilo Azuquita / Panama Brass - Borombon / Con La Mano En La Biblia (Vinyl 7")
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Camilo Azuquita / Panama Brass - Borombon / Con La Mano En La Biblia (7")
Matasuna Records musical journey takes the listener this time to Panama - a country in Central America, which offers a rich and breath-taking variety of musical treasures. In a first reissue, two songs from the legendary Loyola Records label were selected, both released in 1969: one by Camilo Azuquita and one by the group Panama Brass. Two super-rare tunes that fetch crazy prices, if you’re lucky enough to find a copy at all. Available for the first time as an official remastered reissue on 7inch vinyl - the song by Panama Brass even makes its 7inch premiere. Don't sleep on it!
The A-side features the killer boogaloo tune Borombon by Camilo Azuquita. Its take of the song composed by Javier Vasquez is undoubtedly the best version of this song. The striking piano, driving bass and rich horns are fueled by percussive accompaniment and especially by Azuquita's powerful voice. A terrific song that has also recently gained new notoriety in movies and series - such as Better Call Saul.
The B-side features the instrumental Latin Jazz/Guaracha tune Con La Mano En La Biblia by Panama Brass - an orchestra led by the excellent organist Cristobal Munoz Jr and consisting of Panama's best musicians. A no less energetic and furious song composed by G. Garcias. The musicians of the orchestra combine a great musicality and diversity in the song, delivering a special delicacy.
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