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Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers - Big Stick mp3 track

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Performer: Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers
Title: Big Stick
Country: US
Released: 1992
Category: Latin
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: TTA AA AU VQF AIFF DMF AA

Tracklist

A1 Swamp People 2:22
A2 No One Knows 5:56
A3 Here Comes That Rainy Day 4:02
A4 Sunny 5:20
B1 Left In The Cold 2:48
B2 Cold Shoulder 4:26
B3 Big Stick 4:22
B4 Yesterday/ Going Out Of My Head 5:03

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Lexington Co., Ltd.

Notes

Black & Yellow Prestige label.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PR 7555 Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers* Big Stick ‎(LP, Album) Prestige PR 7555 US 1968
PR 7555 Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers* Big Stick ‎(LP, Album) Prestige PR 7555 Germany 1968


This album was recorded on three separate days during December at Impact Sound Studios on West 65th Street. Left In The Cold", "No One Knows" and "Big Stick" were given their finishing touches with addition of a four voice male chorus consisting of Jackie Soul, Bivens, Cecil Jackson, an unidentified friend and a bottle of Ballantine (the more potent kind).

Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers was a Latin jazz, soul jazz and R&B group formed in 1959 by timbales player Henry "Pucho" Brown. Of the many musicians that worked in his group, Chick Corea is among them. In 1973 he disbanded the group and focused more on traditional Latin music. In the 1990s, his music received interest from the British Acid Jazz scene, and the re-formed Latin Soul Brothers perform today. Tough! (Prestige, 1966). Saffron And Soul (Prestige, 1966; reissued on BGP/Ace in 2012).

Big Stick & 01. Swamp People 02. No One Knows 03. Here Comes That Rainy Day 04. Sunny 05. Left In The Cold 06. Cold Shoulder 07. Big Stick 08. Yesterday, Going Out Of My Head. Dateline & 09. Dateline 10. How Did It Happen 11. Ain't Nothing Can't Happen 12. Tell Me 13.

In 1966, with the increased interest in Latin music, Pucho and his band were signed to Prestige Records by Cal Lampley, their head of A&R. After naming the group Pucho & the Latin Soul Brothers, Lampley produced their debut album, Tough, which mixed mambos, soul jazz and pop tunes. Pucho and the band were not yet reflecting the music that was taking off in the Latin clubs of New York; they were a more staid outfit with one foot in the jazz past. This was emphasised by their second album, Saffron and Soul, which pretty much repeated the formula of Tough.

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