Download links and information about Nuyorican Soul by Nuyorican Soul. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to House, Dancefloor, Latin, Pop, Dance Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:14:03 minutes.
|Genre:||House, Dancefloor, Latin, Pop, Dance Pop|
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|1.||Nuyorican Soul Intro||1:24|
|2.||I Am the Black Gold of the Sun||5:19|
|3.||It's Alright, I Feel It||3:18|
|4.||Maw Latin Blues||6:19|
|5.||Gotta New Life||4:26|
|8.||Habriendo el Dominate||6:08|
|13.||Jazzy Jeff's Theme||2:53|
|14.||You Can Do It (Baby)||8:43|
All-star albums are usually dodgy affairs, but the over-arching talents — and, more importantly, production experience — of Masters at Work's Kenny Dope and Little Louie Vega keep Nuyorican Soul from being overburdened with cooks. Roy Ayers, George Benson, and Jazzy Jeff contribute prominently to four tracks, and vocalists Jocelyn Brown and India (Vega's wife) are heard as well, but over half of the album is comprised of instrumental tracks — several which include Tito Puente on vibes and timbales, flutist Dave Valentin, trumpeter Charlie Sepulveda, organist/arranger Hilton Ruiz, and trombonist Steve Turre. In keeping with Masters at Work's heritage, most of the album is Latin in feel and jazzy in composition, but with ever-present synths and piano runs that belie their heavy dance heritage. Not that it's a crowded field, but Nuyorican Soul is one of the best all-star dance albums ever recorded.