Carlos Malcolm Don't Walk, Dance! (1964)

    Roulette Records
      • 1. Don't Walk
      • 2. Sublime Dream
      • 3. The Whip
      • 4. El Rookie
      • 5. Smoggy Day
      • 6. Gimmie What You Got - Part 1
      • 7. Gimmie What You Got - Part 2
      • 8. Midnight Walk
      • 9. The Matador
      • 10. Wandering Soul
      • 11. Hey Toro
      • 12. Nightfall

      Latin-bugalu-ska-jazz 60s groover! from Panamanian-born Jamaican band leader recorded in New York in 1964. Recommended

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