Sonorama Podcast 9: Latin Funk & beyond

Hello everybody, we’ve once again dusted off our records to bring you another hours worth of  grooves for your body and soul, this time bringing you a serving of tasty funk from Latin America and beyond. We start things in out in Colombia with a twisted reading of  the Fatback Band’s “Wicky Wacky” , next check out a pair of moogy funk covers of Beethoven’s “5th” and Perez Prado’s “Que Rico Mambo”, we also check out some rare grooves from Spain, and there’s a really wicked little funk track by Doc Severnison who was amazingly was also trumpeter on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show. Also in the mix, is a slow groover from Sola, a singer from Mexico who recorded a little politically charged song “Tabu Tabu”, from Campeche, Mexico Los Socios del Ritmo are represented here with a rare spacey funk track, and to round things out an extended but really great cut by Ricardo Marrero and The Group with a brilliant arrangement by Marrero with some equally great and soulful vocals by Angela Boffill.  Enjoy the grooves. EB & CG

Listen/Download: Sonorama Podcast 9

playlist:

Wganda Kenya–El Abanico (Colombia)

Grupo Comodines–Quinta de Beethoven (Mexico)

Super TaxiBanda–Que Rico Mambo (Mexico)

Greg Segura–Distorsionando (Spain)

Comparsa Universitaria–Empuja y estira (Mexico)

Rabbits and Carrots–Expresate (Mexico)

Doc Severinson–Good Medicine (US)

Sola–Tabu Tabu (Mexico/Spain)

Pedro Gonzalez–El Samurai (Spain)

Los Diablos–Samba A I O (Spain)

Banda Uniao Black–Scorpio (Brasil)

Los Socios del Ritmo–Jungla Ju (Mexico)

Ricardo Marrero and the Group–My Friend (US)

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