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Summertime Blues - Lebron Brothers Orchestra* - Psychedelic Goes Latin (CD, Album)

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  1. The Lebron Brothers Orchestra, Category: Artist, Albums: Brother, The Brooklyn Bums, Psychedelic Goes Latin, Top Tracks: Summertime Blues, Mala Suerte, Descarga.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Psychedelic Goes Latin - The Lebrón Brothers on AllMusic - - This was one of the late-'60s productions that.
  3. Listen to your favorite songs from Psychedelic Goes Latin by The Lebrón Brothers Orchestra Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  4. Psychedelic Goes Latin - originally released in , Cotique LP The Lebron Brothers Orchestra - originally released in , Cotique LP. Manufactured in the eu. Issued in standard jewel case, transparent tray, with an 8-page foldout booklet. Psychedelic Goes Latin/The Brooklyn Bums by The Lebron Brothers Nascente.
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  6. Dec 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - THE LEBRON BROTHERS ORCHESTRA - MY COOL BOOGALOO - LP PSYCHEDELIC GOES LATIN - COTIQUE CSwmv YouTube Summertime Blues - Duration: Eliot Rivera - Topic.
  7. THE LEBRON BROTHERS ORCHESTRA PSYCHEDELIC GOES LATIN The LeBrón Brothers were born in Puerto Rico and raised in Brooklyn, New York Psychedelic Goes Latin was producer George Goldner Released in In composed '"SALSA Y CONTROL" which gave Latin music the name Salsa Up until then the Mambo, Son Montuno, Guaracha 5/5(1).
  8. If you were only ever going to get yourself one Latin soul record – it would probably have to be this one – classic Psychedelic Goes Latin by Puerto Rican outfit The Lebron Brothers Orchestra. The very epitome of the Latin boogaloo melting pot of salsa, mambo, soul and funk, it’s a bare eight tracks deep – every one of which could have been a single and none of which was.

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