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April 7, 2011


Mic Lo dropped in to see what condition his condition was in!

Crepuscule with Boogaloo # 3 was another gas-o-rootie!   Special guest DJ Mic Lo dropped by and dropped a little more than 30 minutes of groovy sounds in a most pleasing manner.  Thank you, sir!  Here’s a list of the records Phast Phreddie the Boogaloo Omnibus played—maybe even in order this time:

  • Bill Doggett—‘Deed I Do (from Oops!, Columbia)
  • Perez “Prez” Prado and His Orchestra “King of the Mambo”—Marilyn Monroe Mambo (RCA Victor)
  • Wes Montgomery—Boss City (Verve)
  • Sergio Mendes—Comin’ Home Baby (Atlantic)
  • Willis Jackson & Band featuring Bill Jennings—Good to the Bone (Fire)
  • Los Admiradores—By the River St. Marie (from Bongos/Flutes/Guitars, Command)
  • Jil Jilala—Goulou Lakhlili (Polydor, Morocco)
  • Studio 11—Money Can’t Buy My Love (Qualiton, Hungary)
  • Lucien Hétu—I’m a Believer (from Lucien Hétu Jove Les Monkees, Gala, Canada)
  • Keith Mansfield—Take Five (from The Keith Mansfield Orchestra, Pronil, Poland)
  • Joe Williams—Some ‘a Dis ‘n Some ‘a Dat (RCA Victor)
  • Astor Piazola—Lullaby of Birdland (Tico)
  • Skatalites—African Roots (from African Roots, United Artists)
  • Tamiko Jones with Herbie Mann—A Good Thing (Is Hard to Come By) (Atlantic)
  • Grant Green—I Want to Hold Your Hand (Blue Note)
  • The Hi-Tones—Hello There (from Raunchy Sounds, Hi)
  • Buddy Lucas—Cryin’ Sax (from Honkin’ Sax, (Camden)
  • Isaac Hayes—Precious, Precious (Enterprise)
  • Johnnie Pate—Stroll Some More (Federal)
  • Andrea Lo Vecchio—Nessuno Mi Puogiudicare (from Las Canciones de San Remo 1966, Tropical, Italy)
  • Manolo Escobar y sus Guitarras—Te Canto Con Mis Guitarras (Belter, Spain)
  • Les Baxter—Balinese Bongos (from Les Baxter’s African Jazz, Capitol)
  • Martin Denny—Busy Port (from Exotica, London, UK)
  • Bud Shank—Barefoot Adventure (Pacific Jazz)
  • Neasden Connection—Cool Shade (Horse, UK)
  • African New Sound—African Jerk (Akue, France)
  • Ravi Shankar—Dhun (World Pacific)
  • Roland Alphonso—What Is This Thing Called Love (from I Cover the Waterfront, Port-O-Jam, Jamaica)
  • Al Brown—Here I Am Baby (Come and Take Me) (Tit For Tat)
  • Perez Prado and His Orchestra—Clap Hands (RCA Victor)
  • Freddie McCoy—Spider Man (Prestige)
  • Jil Jilala—Lahkaya (Disques Gam, Morocco)
  • The Fire Balls—Dem City Gals (Rude Boy, Barbados)
  • Sugarman & Co.—Honey Wagon (Daptone)
  • Eric Donaldson—You Must Believe Me (Dragon, UK)
  • La Lupe—Me Siento Guajira (Tico)
  • Los Clever’s—Enciende Mi Fuego (Disc Jockey, Argentina)
  • Young-Holt Unlimited—The Beat Goes On (Brunswick)
  • Love–Emotions (from Love, Elektra)
  • Quinteto Montelirio—Opaco (Calandria, Spain)
  • Dave Berry—Strange Effect (London)
  • Charles Mingus Quartet—Original Faubus Fables (Candid)
  • Teddy Edwards Quartet—Yes, I’ll Be Ready (Contemporary)
  • Jerry Betters—Caravan (Gateway)
  • Larry Marshall—I Admire You (Black & White, Jamaica)
  • Horace Silve Quintet—Where You At? (Blue Note)
  • Cal Tjader—Soul Bird (Tin Tin Dao) (Verve)

None of these records are for sale.

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