Cult Cargo: Salsa Boricula De Chicago (Awaiting Repress)

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Cult Cargo: Salsa Boricula De Chicago (Awaiting Repress) - Vinyl Record

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Vinyl LP - 2LPs Sealed
Far from the twin epicenters of New York and Miami, Carlos Ruiz and his Ebirac label were both feeling and generating the aftershocks of the mid-'70s salsa boom. Holed up in their own bustling Puerto Rican community center on Chicago's west side, these third coast salseros plied their trade outside the hot lights, cutting their teeth in city parks, VFW halls, and Holiday Inn rec rooms. Nearly 50 records survive in the wake of orquestas La Justicia, La Solucion, and Tipica Leal '79, the most impassioned, singular moments of which are compiled here.
1. Ebirac All-Stars featuring La-Plena Matrimonial
2. Justicia - Stone Flower
3. Juventud Tipica '78 - Afro Theme
4. Juventud Tipica '78 - Ano Nuevo Y Reyes
5. Under The Sun Orchestra - Under The Sune (Instrumental)
6. La Solucion - A Bailar Son Montuno
7. Tipica Leal '79 - Donde Estabas
8. Justicia - Alegre Hibarito
9. Justicia - Las Frutas Del Pais
10. Justicia - Guaguanco Coroco
11. Justicia - Bwana Tambula
12. La Solucion - El Gordo Y El Flaco
13. La Solucion - Mini Minoso
14. La Solucion featuring Mongo Sa - Mozambique
15. Ebirac - Ebirac Radio Spo

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