Nuyorican Disco Band, Los Charly’s Orchestra has put together this very especial edition of Boogaloo, 70’s Salsa & Latin Funk.
Stirring the melting pot, the multicultural congregation of Los Charly’s Orchestra (lead by Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel) takes it on a brand new venture, searching back into the spectrum of Afro-Latin fusion, featuring a new version of the forgotten classic – “Jumping with symphony sid” (originally composed by the by the legendary Joe Bataan) plus a Boogalooish/Swinging/Latin track called: “My Barrio”.
In between some of the guest musicians featuring on this release: Uk Neo Soul singer “Andre Espeut” and Salsa singer: “Elpidio” from Colombia joining the regular team of Los Charly’s Orchestra for this Latin-Funk experiment.
*They sound like 1966 New York boogaloo/latin soul!
My Barrio” is the best boogaloo I’ve heard in modern times….”
(DJ Lubi Jovanovic / International salsa DJ & CD compiler Fania/Nascente/Feestyle)
*“Good stuff! Really Like it!!!” (Cal Jader / Movimientos)
*“This is AMAZING!, completely nailed it” (Chris Greenwood / Bonanza)
*”Excellent stuff” Paul’ABBO’ Abbott – Starpointradio
*”I like it a lot! – 70′s Latin sounding but still modern, it adds an extra dimension to Los Charly’s previous releases”. DJ Boo (Jazzyfunk)