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9 thoughts on “ Joe Bataan - Saint Latins Day Massacre (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. May 28,  · 1. Subway Joe 2. Mestizo 3. The Bottle 4. Johnny's No Good 5. Special Girl 6. Rap-O-Clap-O 7. Latin Soul Square Dance 8. I .
  2. Saint Latin's Day Massacre, an Album by Joe Bataan. Released in on Fania (catalog no. SLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Latin Soul.
  3. Joe Bataan - Saint Latins Day Massacre DOWNLOAD HERE. Posted by BrownBoy at PM. Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Labels: A Brownboy Post. 1 comment: Unknown January 6, at PM. I have this album on CD. My favorite tracks are El Regreso and his version of Shaft. Love Joe Bataan. I have.
  4. Popular or famous Joe Bataan music songs: Sadie She Smokes, Mujer Mia, My Cloud Lyrics, Ordinary Guy Lyrics, Women Don't Want to Love Me, Laughing and adrierdredironcrusherkeswyn.xyzinfo music lyrics and songs X-Rated Symphony Remastered Version, Bottle, Rap-O Dance-O, Rap-O Clap-O, Chico And The Man Main Theme, Hey Girl, Muchacho Ordinario.
  5. Jan 26,  · Joe Bataan (also spelled Bataan) (born November 15, in Spanish Harlem, New York City) is a Filipino-African American Latin soul musician from New York. (wiki) "Saint Latin's Day Massacre" released in by Fania Records (SLP ). From this album i chose the cover version of Isaac Hayes' "Shaft". Enjoy!!!-by dj fanis: here.
  6. Riot!, an Album by Joe Bataan. Released in on Fania (catalog no. SLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Latin Soul, Boogaloo, Salsa. Featured peformers: Joe Bataan (leader, vocals, piano), Joe "Chickie" Fuentes (trombone), Eddie Nater (timbales), Louis Devis (bass), Richie Cortés (backing vocals), Rubén Hernández (trombone), Lorenzo "Chino" Galán (aka_text conga role_id aka_text), Louie.
  7. Album: Format: Availability - B - Joe Bataan: Mr. New York and the East Side Kids: LP: Limited (1) Joe Bataan: Riot! LP: Limited (3) Joe Bataan: Salsoul: LP: Limited (3) Joe Bataan: Singin' Some Soul: LP: Limited (2) Joe Bataan: Subway Joe: LP: Limited (1).
  8. Early life and career. Joe Bataan was born Bataan Nitollano and grew up in the rd St. and Lexington Ave. part of East Harlem where he briefly led the Dragons, a local Puerto Rican street gang, before being sent to the Coxsackie Correctional Facility to serve time for a stolen car charge. His father was Filipino and his mother was African American.. Upon his release in , he turned his.
  9. In this album, Joe Bataan’s sixth for the Fania label, Joe demonstrates his rare ability to blend Latin soul, salsa, and tropical music. For example, the first song of the album, “Coco-E”, composed by Joe, brings us a festive performance by Joe and his orchestra. When the .

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