107TH STREET STICKBALL TEAM - Saboerando, Pot Full of Soul - LP

150,00 kn

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* Steamin‘ hot groove inferno by a long lost boogaloo legend
* A genre-defining classic by a future cult producer in the field of Latin pop
* For fans of Santana, Tito Puente or Laghonia
* First official rerelease of this long lost Latin pop gem
* First ever release on vinyl and cd
* Featuring four previously unreleased bonus tracks
* Fully licensed
* Remastered audio
* LP housed in a superheavy 430g art carton cover
* Ultimate collector's item for fans of obscure late 1960s Latin rock and pop

This is a band project from the late 1960s with a very young Bobby Marin, a leading figure in the invention of BOOGALOO music, a cocktail of Latin music, Rhythm & Blues, Soul, and Rock'n'Roll oft the day clearly geared towards the western pop music that made the top of the charts. As he grew up on 107th Street in Harlem / NYC he and his mates played a game called Stickball during the day which is a street variation of baseball originating from the New York area while at night he rehearsed with a doo-wop ensemble named THE LATIN CHORDS and others from his team got together in a percussion group in buildings on the opposite side of the street. It was no miracle that both groups soon merged into one act that became the 107TH STREET STICKBALL TEAM producing this sole LP in 1969 with a 7" decoupled probably upfront that featured the two album tracks "On old Broadway" and "Mojo shingaling".  Well-shaped originals of the full-length vinyl go for 200,00 € now as a mono pressing, while even those which fetch lower prices never fall beyond 100,00 €. Therefore this reissue on Everland Records suits us fans of outstanding 1960s music fairly well with even four bonuses.