The Nitty Gritty Sextet



Cat. Number: ROC LP-002


Recommended for latin lovers. Louie Ramirez,

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Product Description

When we at Rocafort Records contacted legendary Latin producer Bobby Marin our plan was to license “Nitty Boo Boo” and “Something New”, two previously unreleased tracks, for a 45 release. Much to our surprise we were told by Marin that those two tracks were part of an LP recorded in 1967 that had never seen the light of day. The bad news was that all the masters had been lost. By one of those amazing coincidences six months later the only existing acetate for the LP surfaced in a thrift store in Pennsylvania. We couldn’t believe it! Finally, almost 50 years after its recording, Rocafort Records is proud to present this previously unreleased Latin monster LP by The Nitty Gritty Sextet. Recorded by the finest musicians in the New-York Latin scene, including Tito Puente, Jimmy Sabater, Louie Ramírez and many more, it’s still a mystery to find out that this album was never released at the time despite being so good. Whether you like to Boogaloo, dance to the Mambo or swing to the beat of the Latin Jazz, you’re in for a treat!

    • Previously unreleased LP.
    • 10 track LP of high quality Boogaloo, Mambo and Latin Jazz.
    • Originally recorded in 1967.
    • The finest musicians in the NY latin scene including Tito Puente, Jimmy Sabater, Louie Ramírez and more.
    • Gatefold cover with extensive linernotes.
    • Comments from the composer, Bobby Marin.

Recommended for latin lovers. Louie Ramirez,
Bobby Rodriguez, Bobby Marin, Ozzie Torrens, Jimmy Sabater, Willie Torres, Willie Torres, Ricardo Ray, Tito Puente, Charlie Palmieri … Just listen.

A1 - Something New
A2 - Nitty Boo Boo
A3 - Would You Believe Me?
A4 - Rice And Beans
A5 - Dixie's Mambo [instrumental]
B1 - Fun City Hippy
B2 - Say Listen
B3 - A Fool Like Me
B4 - Papel De Bambú
B5 - Shingaling Now | Boogaloo Later

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