Almost all of the afro-Cuban music in this compilation fell under the new marketing category ‘salsa’ (up till then it would have been simply called Latin music), and its cradle was New York City, where the tradition flourished amidst the constant mix of ethnicities and so many styles of music.
Hoppy wrote:As One - Reflections on Reflections
This may be a bit iffy to bring up based on the recent WATMM tBd tape leak and the stupid Dust bashing that's been going down there (sorry lads!), but I absolutely *love* the Plaid remix of Shambala. Lush! Highly recommended.
Hoppy wrote:Hey Ken/Martin, I don't doubt for a minute you guys are cool with Plaid and Kirk (glad to hear it!)-- I just didn't want to end up dredging all that dullness up again with my Plaid recommendation. Martin, if you're speaking to them again how about telling them to nudge Warp on the release of Scinitilli release Anyways, moving on ...
Hoppy wrote:Thanks for the welcome Ken, been a lurker on tBd forum since the 90s (that reminds me, where's all the numerology and egyptology stuff gone), only signed up recently. Glad to see the forum is lively these days.
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