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Hip Spanic All-Stars: Old School Revolution

Read "Old School Revolution" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

If you think that Old School Revolution sounds both familiar and new, you're right. In the late 2000s, bassist and singer Happy Sanchez, saxophonist Norbert Stachel (Tower of Power), percussionist Karl Perazzo (a longstanding member of Santana), and drummer Jay Lane (Primus) hooked up, during timeouts from their more regular gigs, in the Mission ...

Old School Revolution

Label: Hip Spanic Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Salsero; Party In The Mission; In My 64; Shake It; Welcome Back; This World Is Made For Lovers; Bacuna Wow Wow Wow; All Aboard The Groove Train; The Funky Cha-Cha; La Boa; Crystal Blue Persuasion; Radio Conga.

Old School Revolution

Label: Hip Spanic Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Crystal Blue Persuasion; Salsero; Party In The Mission; In My 64; Shake It; Welcome Back; This World Is Made For Lovers; Bacuna Wow Wow Wow; All Aboard; Funky Cha Cha Cha; La Boa; Conga Radio.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Hip Spanic AllStars: Old School Revolution

Read "Old School Revolution" reviewed by Walter Atkins

The jny: San Francisco based Hip Spanic AllStars' new album Old School Revolution (Hip Spanic Records, 2018), celebrates their long history and friendships born and enriched in the City's Mission District. This is their first CD release since 2015's JazzyAfroLatinFunk (CheeseBurger Records, 2015). HSA features a robust three-piece horn section and three different vocalists ...


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