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Cosa Nostra - Squeeze It Tight - Mexican Hot-Funky Grooves 1971/72



the best of 2004 part 2cosa nostra squeeze it tight
Cosa Nostra - Squeeze It Tight - Mexican Hot-Funky Grooves 1971/72
(Vampisoul 2004)

Vampi Soul : "where raw Boogaloo meets vintage Funk, where Acid Jazz goes hand in hand with Salsa, where groovy organs melt with scorching bongos, and MORE! Most of our releases date back to the 60s and 70s. Some of them have been out of print for decades, all of them have been carefully researched, licensed, restored, compiled, packaged. All vinyl is unbeatable audiophile 220 gram virgin vinyl, CDs are digipacks." Sur le papier, Vampi Soul est bien parti pour nous vider la tirelire. Mais les faits? Pas de bol, ça se confirme! Pour 2004 parmi toutes les perles rééditées par le label (dont quelques-unes déjà carrément indispensables à tout bon funkateer qui se respecte), nous avons choisi Cosa Nostra et son boogaloo-soul-funk-rock-psyché qui donne bien envie de se laisser (re)pousser la moustache. Deux albums introuvables de raw funk mexicain du début des années 70 (compilés sur un CD avec 4 bonus tracks ou en double vinyle) qui nettoient les esgourdes avec une énergie que Santana, leur modèle à l'époque, a bien perdu, depuis des décennies...
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