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One of the most unusual albums ever recorded by South American groover Aldemaro Romero -- a rare date cut in Mexico at the start of the 70s --
served up in a beautiful blend of 60s bossa, jazz, and easy styles! The format here is somewhat similar to Aldemaro's albums of the period -- especially his American records, thanks to the use of vocals -- but the presence of Chilean singer Monna Bell gives the tunes an even more vocal-forward sound than before, especially since Monna's overdubbed in the arrangements -- in a style that's quite a bit like Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66! But there's also something of a Mexican influence going on too, given the players and the setting for the record -- a subtle difference to some of the rhythms and instrumentation that really makes this one stand out from Aldemaro's other records!
Titles include "El Balaju", "La Bikina", "Xochimilco", "Tres Consejos", "La Negra", "El Jarabe Loco", and "Cucurrucuccu Paloma".
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