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Joe Bataan - Call My Name album download

Performer:

Joe Bataan

Title:

Call My Name

Genre:

Latin / Funk

MP3 album size:

1527 mb

Other music formats:

VOC AAC MOD DXD AHX WAV MP4

Rating:

4.6 ✱

Style:

Boogaloo

Country:

Spain

Date of release:

2005

Joe Bataan - Call My Name album download

Tracklist

1 Call My Name 5:00
2 Chick-a-Boom 4:31
3 I'm The Fool (Parts 1 & 2) 9:54
4 Cycles Of You 4:28
5 Secret Girl, My Superfraud 3:01
6 Ernestine 5:11
7 Chevere Que Chevere 4:17
8 Keep The Change 3:19

Credits

  • Arranged By, Clavinet, Organ, Synthesizer, Electric Piano – Daniel Collás
  • Backing Vocals – Daniel Chavis, Del Sribling*, Fairchild (tracks: 2, 8), The 5th Avenue Gang (tracks: 7), The Middle Initials
  • Bass – Luke O'Malley (tracks: 2, 4), Steve Lay
  • Bongos – Daniel Collás, Heriberto "Eddy" Rodriguez
  • Congas – Daniel Collás (tracks: 2, 4), Tito Rivera, Victor Rendon
  • Cowbell – Daniel Collás, Heriberto "Eddy" Rodriguez
  • Drums – Douglas Hodges (tracks: 2, 4), Jonathon Nigro*
  • Flute – Neal Sugarman, Sonny "Boy" Arroyo
  • Guiro – Daniel Collás, Heriberto "Eddy" Rodriguez
  • Guitar – Michael Rafalowich
  • Mixed By – Daniel Collás, Gabriel Roth
  • Producer – Daniel Collás
  • Sitar – Michael Rafalowich
  • Sleeve Notes – Mr. Sutil
  • Tambourine – Bosco Mann
  • Timbales – Victor Rendon
  • Trombone – Aaron "AJ" Johnson*, Hector Ramirez
  • Vibraphone – Daniel Collás, Tommy Mattiolo (tracks: 2, 4)
  • Written-By – Daniel Collás, Luke O'Malley (tracks: 4), Michael Rafalowich (tracks: 4)

Notes

Promo copy, comes in a cardboard sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • ASIN: CD POOL MUSIC DPCD-2236

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VAMPI 065, VAMPI LP 065, VAMPI 055 Joe Bataan Call My Name ‎(LP, Album) Vampi Soul, Vampi Soul, Vampi Soul VAMPI 065, VAMPI LP 065, VAMPI 055 Spain 2005
VAMPI CD 065 Joe Bataan Call My Name ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Vampi Soul VAMPI CD 065 Spain 2005
VAMPI 168 Joe Bataan Call My Name ‎(LP, Album, RE) Vampi Soul VAMPI 168 Spain 2016
VAMPI 065 Joe Bataan Call My Name ‎(LP, Album, RE) Vampi Soul VAMPI 065 Europe 2012
VAMPI CD 065 Joe Bataan Call My Name ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Vampi Soul VAMPI CD 065 Spain 2005



This album would not have been possible without the following people: María Moreira Collás, Gabriel Roth, Iñigo and all at VampiSoul, the Bataan family, Sean Marquand, Joel Hamburger, Matt Verta-Ray, Juan G. Collás Jr, Luke OMalley, Victor Axelrod, and all the fine musicians who played on this record: the late great TransLove Airways, Antibalas, Dap Kings, Apollo Heights, Sugarman Three & Co, Bartolomeo.

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Listen to music from Joe Bataan like Gypsy Woman, Subway Joe & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Joe Bataan. No recording artist has more impeccable street credentials than Joe Bataan, the originator of the New York Latin Soul style that paralleled Latin boogaloo and anticipated disco. His musical experience began with street corner doo-wop in the 1950s, and came to include one of the first rap records to hit the charts, 1979's "Rap-O, Clap-O".

Tropical Classics: Joe Bataan. Ordinary Guy (Jazzanova Rework).

Call My Name" is a song by the synthpop group Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. It was released as the fourth (and last) single from the album Sugar Tax but remixed for this release.

Background information. Joe Bataan was born Bataan Nitollano and grew up in the 103rd 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 1965, he turned his attention to music and formed his first band, Joe Bataan and the Latin Swingers. In 1973, he helped coin the phrase "salsoul", lending its name to his first post-Fania album. Along with the Cayre brothers, Kenneth, Stanley, and Joseph, he co-founded the Salsoul label, though later sold out his interest. He recorded three albums for Salsoul and several singles, including "Rap-O Clap-O" from 1979 which became an early hip hop hit.

Joe Bataan II Salsoul Records 1981. Mr New York Charly Records, Caliente (2) 1989. Call My Name Vampi Soul, Vampi Soul, Vampi Soul 2005. Joe Bataan With Los Fulanos (2) - King Of Latin Soul Vampi Soul, Vampi Soul 2009. The Lost Sessions New York 1976 (CD, Album) BGP Records CDBGPD 209 2010. Tropical Classics (CD, Album, RM) Verse Music Group LLC VMG.

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