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|1.||"A La Memoria Del Muerto" (4:23)|
|2.||"Mi Verdadero Son" (3:31)|
|4.||"Los Niches" (2:54)|
|5.||"La Fruta Bomba" (3:29)|
|1.||"A Bailar Oriza" (3:49)|
|2.||"Descarga Fruko" (3:58)|
|3.||"Bomba Africana" (3:05)|
|4.||"Baho Kende" (4:01)|
|5.||"Rumbo A La Ciudad" (4:43)|
Julio Ernesto Estrada, simply known as Fruko, is a Colombian composer, multi-instrumentalist, and orchestra leader who pretty much gave salsa its name from the early 1970s. You go ask any serious DJ who is into South American music, and the name Fruko will no doubt get dropped on a regular basis. In fact, up until now, this man's records have made themselves scarce on the second-hand market, and there is a very particular sort of crowd whose willing to spend big money on them. A La Memoria Del Muerto is his second LP, from 1972, and what is perhaps the man's most definitive work. It's just one of those albums that runs fluidly from start to finish, showcasing all of its native beauty with effortless skill and furore. Rampant trumpets, seductive piano keys, kinetic percussion, and a sense of tropicality make this into a spectacular piece of work.
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