|1.||Fruko Y Sus Tesos - "A La Memoria Del Muerto" (4:25)|
|1.||Combo De Los Galleros - "Soledad" (2:46)|
For Mukatsuku's latest dinked 7" single, label boss Nik Weston has taken a deep dive into the vast back catalogue of Discos Fuentes, Columbia's oldest record label (it was founded in 1934, fact fans). On the A-side you'll find "A La Memoria Del Muerto" by long serving salsa outfit Fruko Y Suis Tesos, a typically jaunty, dusty and celebratory workout that was originally released on a now hard-to-find 7" single sometime in the early 1970s. Over on the B-side, Weston takes us on a trip to the early days of Cumbia via El Combo Los Galleros's brilliant 1963 album cut "Soledad", which still sounds heavy, punchy and intoxicating 44 years after it was recorded, and has been a staple in the bags of top selectors such as Hunee, Red Greg, Kai Alce, Dom Servini and in the current DJ chart of Craig Charles from BBC 6 !
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