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Amy A - Tal Vez Tu Amor (7", Soul Garden Records, 2015)

Amy A Tal Vez Tu Amor

Amy A (Amy Akaoka), lead singer (and co-founder) in Japanese funk.soul band Q.A.S.B. for 10 years, is a huge Larry Harlow enthousiast and wanted to record a salsa album for years. This first 45 proves her idea was great since day one: sunshine rays hit instantly, as much as an irrepressible desire for getting up and begin to let go with furious latin dance steps!

Amy A Tal Vez Tu Amor
Amy A - Tal Vez Tu Amor / Mi Rumba Llego
(7") Soul Garden Records Japan SG-027, 2015-03-18

Tracklisting :
A. Tal Vez Tu Amor
B. Mi Rumba Llego

Lyrics by Kenjiro Iwamura
Music by Hiroyasu Ito
Arranged by Hitoshi Aikawa
Produced by Hiroyasu Ito
Lead vocals : Amy A
Bass & Vocals : Hiroyasu Ito
Percussion : Yoshihiko Miza
Piano : Takaya Saito
Trumpet : Luis Valle
Trumpet : Yuma Takeuchi
Trombone & Vocals : Hitoshi Aikawa

Links :
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Amy A : official | blogspot | facebook | juno | soundcloud | twitter
Soul Garden Records : official | blogspot | facebook | juno | youtube

Amy A Mi Rumba Llego


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