Monday, 31 August 2009

Candido ”The Anthology”


”The Anthology”
( Suss’d Records, 2005 )
Catalog # SALSA 021

1-1 Dancin’ And Prancin’ (Original Album Version) (6:51)
1-2 Jingo (Original Album Version) (9:10)
1-3 Thousand Finger Man (Original Album Version) (9:05)
1-4 Rock And Shuffle (Ah-Ha) (Original Album Version) (9:41)
1-5 Candi’s Funk (Original Album Version) (8:20)
1-6 Do You Wanna Dance (Original Album Version) (8:06)
1-7 Samba Funk (Original Album Version) (7:37)
1-8 Super City (Original Album Version) (7:41)
2-1 Jingo (Original David Rodriguez 12″ Mix) (9:50)
Mixed By – David Rodriguez Jr.
2-2 Thousand Finger Man (Original Full 12″ Mix) (12:28)
2-3 Candi’s Funk (Original Full Joe Louis 12″ Mix) (8:23)
Mixed By – Joe Louis
2-4 Samba Funk (Original Full Joe Louis 12″ Mix) (6:58)
Mixed By – Joe Louis
2-5 Jingo (Original Shep Pettibone 12″ Mix) (7:41)
Mixed By – Shep Pettibone
2-6 Jingo Breakdown (Original Shep Pettibone 12″ Mix) (6:41)
Mixed By – Shep Pettibone
2-7 Dancin’ And Prancin’ (Original Joey Negro 12″ Remix) (9:17)
Remix – Joey Negro
2-8 Jingo (Original Todd Terry Classic 12″ Remix) (10:30)
Remix – Todd Terry
2-9 Jingo (Unreleased Instrumental Version) (7:35)

Compiled By – Ian Dewhirst , Jeremy Newall

Format: Compilation
Country: UK
Released: 2005

Candido Camero (born April 22, 1921) is a Cuban-born percussionist (mainly Conga and Bongo) who backed many Afro-Cuban and straight-ahead jazz acts starting in the 1950s.
Early on he recorded in Cuba with Machito. He moved to New York in 1952 and started recording with Dizzy Gillespie. During 1953-54 he was in the Billy Taylor quartet and in 1954 he performed and recorded with Stan Kenton. He also enjoyed some hits during the disco era, most notably with Babatunde Olatunji’s classic “Jingo”, which he recorded for Salsoul Records.
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