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|1.||"Mambo En Sax" (3:15)|
|2.||"Mi Cerebro" (feat Maria Love) (3:11)|
|3.||"Nina A Go Go" (feat MC Charlot) (3:33)|
|4.||"Mama A Go Go" (feat Liquits) (2:28)|
|5.||"Lupita" (feat Borchi) (3:18)|
|1.||"Virgen De La Macarena" (2:56)|
|3.||"La Nina Popof" (feat Sotomayor, Dr Zupreme & Agrupacion Carino) (3:04)|
|4.||"A Go Go" (2:31)|
|5.||"La Rosa De Tokyo" (2:49)|
|6.||"Caballo Negro" (feat Mu Of La Banda Baston) (2:27)|
Mexico City nine-piece Los Musicos De Jose can trace their history right back to 1996, though the current extended line-up has only been playing together for a few years. Traditionally, they've excelled at creating music that adds a little Central Amercian swagger to instrumental funk. On this album, though, they flip the script, delivering an 11-track set that gleefully pays tribute to legendary Cuban bandleader and mambo pioneer Perez Prado. While mambo is the dominant style, you'll also hear nods towards psychedelic funk, hip-hop, rock and other complimentary Latin American styles, not to mention appearances from a swathe of guest vocalists.
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