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Ay Que Boogaloo!

Label: Chaco World Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Bugalú pa' mi Abuela (featuring El Callegueso); New York Rules (featuring Joe Bataan); You Know I'm No Good/Chica Mala Mambo; Ojalá-Inshallah; La Clave e'Mi Bugalú; Boogaloo Shoes; Mister Dizzy Izzy (featuring Flaco Navaja and Izzy Sanabria); Chain of Fools (featuring Snowboy); Coco Helado (featuring Rowan Ricardo Phillips); How Do You Know/Cómo Sabes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Spanglish Fly: Ay Que Boogaloo!

Read "Ay  Que Boogaloo!" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Jonathan Goldman sure seems like one interesting dude. An Associate Professor at New York Institute of Technology, Goldman edited the seminal study Joyce and the Law (University of Florida Press, 2017) and leads one of the most famous reading groups for one of Joyce's most infamous works, Ulysses. And as lead trumpet and bandleader for New ...

New York Boogaloo

Label: Chaco World Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: Esta Tierra; Bump (And Let It Slide); Return Of The Po-Po; Martian Boogaloo; Mira Ven Aca; 42 (El Cuarenta Y Dos); Love Graffiti Me; Me Gusta Mi Bicicleta; Cuidate Hermana; Brooklyn Boogaloo.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Spanglish Fly: New York Boogaloo

Read "New York Boogaloo" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Even down to its very sound, “boogaloo" is a curious word that represents a curiously Latin American music, born during the 1960s immigration wave that spread from Puerto Rico into New York City and simultaneously growing like a friendly weed in and around the pop, soul, rock, and jazz musical cultures that were blooming throughout the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Spanglish Fly: New York Boogaloo

Read "New York Boogaloo" reviewed by James Nadal

Boogaloo burst out of New York City in the mid 1960's as a crossover dance craze melding Afro-Latin rhythms with American soul. Since then, it has come to represent a galvanizing milestone for the Puerto Rican and Hispanic community in the city. It symbolizes that they had arrived and had their own music to show for ...


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