Sicario Reissue

Sabor Y Control

  • Label: Names That You Can Trust
  • Origin: United States
  • Genres: Latin, Latin Jazz, Salsa, Tropical, World
  • Format: 7 inch
  • Catalogue number: PT5501
£11.99

Availability: In stock

Description

Originating from Lima, Peru - Sabor y Control has been holding the torch for classic salsa dura and descarga in their home country for the last 17+ years, churning out an unprecedented 7 studio albums and countless live shows and festivals. Led by saxophonist Bruno Macher and a talented orchestra of the highest order, the group maintains a steadfast dedication to the roots of the genre while maintaining a particular vision and style throughout their own original compositions. They have been a rare beacon of light for modern Salsa Peruana and salseros throughout South America. Now, they've teamed up with Brooklyn's Names You Can Trust to produce their first ever vinyl release to showcase internationally. This pair of sure shot salsa bombas feature incredible arrangements & writing that are at once deep, uplifting and primed for the dancers. It's a superb taster of tunes remixed and remastered exclusively for 7-inch vinyl play.

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Sicario

Samples

Tracklist

Side 1
1. "Sicario" (4:45)
Side 2
1. "Uniendo Pueblos" (4:50)

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