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Ray Camacho & The Teardrops - let's Boogie
7" Vinyl
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Ray Camacho & The Teardrops

let's Boogie

Freestyle Records

Released: 16th March 2009 | 2 track single
'Let's Boogie' is Ray Camacho's absolute best track when it comes to Latin Funk! Taken from the rare LP 'Salsa Chicana', it epitomises the perfect marriage of Latin rhythms with 70's funk flavours. Full of chunky breaks, horn riffs and slamming instrumental parts, it's one for the funkiest of dancefloors. Tried and tested by the select number of DJs lucky enough to have an original copy, 'Let's Boogie' does exactly what it says on the tin! The flip feature's the classic 'Moving On', showing Ray Camacho's ability to throw down straight up funk, with just a hint of latin. Fast uptempo conga driven backing lays the foundation for organ and horns, a real boogie gem and exclusive to the 45. A double sided gem that will bring the wonderful sound of Ray Camacho to the worlds coolest dancefloors. This sought after 45 is released ahead of the upcoming Freestyle album: The Best Of Ray Camacho & The Tear Drops which has been lovingly compiled by DJ/promoter and all round good egg Pete Isaac, the man responsible for Jelly Jazz which is one of the UK's longest running funk/soul/jazz/latin club nights of the last 20 years! an excellent latin funk bomb! John Armstrong (Viva Latino! BBC Radio 2) Top notch latin funk, plus the bonus of a killer version of Brass Construction's Moving On. A dance floor destroyer!! Dom Servini (Wah wah 45) A massive bit of Latin funk from Ray Camacho & The Teardrops - as much of an offbeat treasure as it is a non-stop groover (Dusty Groove America)
"A massive bit of Latin funk from Ray Camacho & The Teardrops - as much of an offbeat treasure as it is a non-stop groover"
Dusty Groove America
"an excellent latin funk bomb!"
John Armstrong, Viva Latino! BBC Radio 2
"Top notch latin funk, plus the bonus of a killer version of Brass Construction's Moving On. A dance floor destroyer!!"
Dom Servini, Wah wah 45