♫ > A1 : Malo♫ > B1 : ReventonDeep, dark, outsider music here from the Bay Area's Almas Fronterizas & the Discos Pistolas y Sagueros imprint. Fuzzed out blend of rock & soul, that quintessential ingredient of Northern Cali music from decades past. Imagine a stripped down Santana set a..
♫ > A1 : Rosa Tropical♫ > A2 : El Barrio♫ > B1 : Primavera Negra♫ > B2 : Crema DulceMore goodness from the Bay Area's Almas Fronterizas with that lovely sound we dug so much on their previous 7-inch. - - raw soul mixed with a twist of California Latino roots & psyche...unique sound..
♫ > A1. Chupacabra ♫ > A2. San Juan♫ > A3. I Love You For All Seasons♫ > A4. Movimiento De La Cumbia♫ > A5. Cumbia De San Jose♫ > A6. Something Perfect♫ > B1. Y Te Cuento♫ > B2. Se Va El Agua♫ > B3. Don Jose♫ > B4. Sin Ti♫ > B5. CharamuscaDiscos Resaca & Mariposa..
♫ > A1 : Algo Muy Profundo♫ > B1 : Something Deep Inside50 years ago, a young Panamanian singer by the name of Ralph Weeks, who a few years prior had cut his teeth in the US music landscape with the group Johnny & The Expressions, self-produced and independently released a record with an ..
♫ > A1 : Let Me Do My Thing♫ > B1 : Let Me Do My Thing (B-Boy Remix)Recent and licensed reissue of Ralph Week's seminal funk tune recorded with Los Dinámacos Exciters in Panama and released on Sally Ruth around 1971. An absolute no-frills funkafied killer thru and thru....with a Caribbean twi..
♫ > A1 : Something Deep Inside♫ > B1 : Algo Muy Profundo1 PER CUSTOMER PLEASELast summer, Ralph Weeks, together with Names You Can Trust and Combo Lulo, reimagined and re-recorded his iconic soul ballad “Something Deep Inside” for a new generation of record connoisseurs and disc jocks. The imp..
♫ > A1 : Baby, I Love You♫ > B1 : Mujer, Te AmoUnearthed sweet soul from Sacramento-based Chicano band, Sueños, who recorded and released (to little distribution) this lovely chiquita rolita in 1982 on the San Jose imprint, Luna Records. Originally released with just the English version and a..
♫ > A1 : The Loser♫ > B1 : InstrumentalBlowing in like a cool breeze on a sultry Caribbean evening, LA reggae veterans the Lions drop by Names You Can Trust with a perfectly timed sentimental summer blast. Lovingly taken for another dance by the west coast crew, the Derrick Harriott 1967 rock ..