17 March 2010

TITO PUENTE - MUCHO PUENTE / PLENTY PUENTE















Tito Puente for Tico from 1964.
Mid 60s Tito in full effect with that raw Tico sound produced by Teddy Reig.Plenty of mambos,guaguagancos,cha chas and another cracking latin jazz killer cut in "Flamenco Mood".

15 comments:

Bacoso said...

vinyl rip@320:
http://www.mediafire.com/?jnizot11mlm

Satchelmouth said...

Thank you kindly.

Tomaso Alba said...

I don't agree there's never Mucho Puente, never is enough.

Thanks for rescuing these jewels.

Fernando

Mike said...

It's a thing of beauty!

Simon666 said...

killer from the opening timbales. I actually think of you every time i hear timbales now lol ;) thanks!

ryanb said...

thanks for this!

flageolette said...

Great,thanks m8!

Cheers,

Mr. Senor said...

Thank You! Thank You! You have me running out to my record stores to find some of these lps. Not a bad thing mind you. Thank you so much!

Guelo80 said...

gracias no conocia este cd

-t! said...

Thanks for this one!! Looking forward to hearing it.

chazz said...

Wow Teddy Reig.Trying to remember which label owned in the Bop says.Dial?I know a guy who used to be a buddy of his in 40's and knew Bird.Was in in his 80s when I met him in the 90's and still had that Hop Head attitude (LP's suck!You gotta spin those 78s to REALLY enjoy the music!)
Chazz

danZenie said...

This is great!! Bless your soul!

mambito said...

i could not believe my luck when i found this in a record exchange in brisbane australia of all places!!! tremendous stuff if you like the new york sound =)

bacoso - how would i find out roughly/better-than-roughly how rare this lp is today?

many thanks for your awesome blog!! picked up cesar 830 the other too..and i wldnt have batted an eyelid had i not read your review on it :)

Clint's archive said...

Many thanks!

-=estrella=- said...

Wow, fanstiastic!