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  • 1. Alma Corazon Y Vida
  • 2. Noche De Ronda
  • 3. Flor De Azalea
  • 4. Alma Adentro
  • 5. La Flor De La Camela
  • 6. La Bikina
  • 7. ?Que Sabes Tu?
  • 8. Lame to Borincano
  • 9. La Puerta
  • 10. Aquel Señor
  • 11. Espinita
  • 12. La Comparsa

Boleros Valses y Mas is the Stones Throw debut from Frankie Reyes, the alias of Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker who also records as GB (Gifted & Blessed). Comprised mostly of popular latin standards from the mid-twentieth century, the source material was reworked by Reyes under an approach he’s dubbed “technoindigenous studies” which explores his Puerto Rican heritage through modern electronics.

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