Joe Bataan is a New York legend in salsa, boogaloo/soul, disco, and even hip-hop circles for his numerous contributions. New York’s DJ Red Alert has also made a name for himself for his own formidable hip-hop contributions. Born from a massive musical scene in Brazil, Azymuth continues to influence bands abroad.

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  1. [...] Wax Poetics offers bonus interview coverage of Latin icon Joe Bataan. Read the Bataan feature in Issue 19. [...]

    Joe Bataan: Bonus Round « Wax Poetics
  2. [...] “Latin Strut,” and “Aftershower Funk.” Read our Joe Bataan feature in Issue 19.   [...]

    Joe Bataan Salsoul (Mericana) 1973 « Wax Poetics
  3. [...] and Hyde doing “Rap-O Clap-O,” but “they never showed up to the session,” Bataan says in Issue 19, “left me there with the studio bill and the musicians. So I said, ‘Well, gee, what is [...]

    Joe Bataan Mestizo (Salsoul) 1980 « Wax Poetics
  4. [...] CAMPI, G., Liner notes of ‘Out Of The Background’, SABA 15137, 1967. 2 PARRY, F., Big Idea, article in Wax Poetics °19, November 2006. 3 BEHRENDT, J.E., Liner notes of ‘Sax No End’, SABA 15138, 1967. 4 PARRY, F., Big Idea, [...]

    Laid Back » A Tribute to Gigi Campi (1928 – 2010)

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