El Clan Antillano

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BIS => 2 / 3 WEEKS
197? => 2023

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Genre: LATIN
Format: 1 LP
Date de parution: ?
Date de la réedition: 2023


A1 Donde 'Sta ? Donde 'Sta ?

A2 El Baile Del Raton

A3 Mi Cumbia

A4 Caminando

A5 No Como Carreta

B1 Estas Equivocada

B2 Esta Mañana

B3 En La Oscuridad

B4 El Despertar

B5 La Guayusa

B6 El Negro Bembon


El Clan Antillano was an obscure, short-lived salsa group started in 1975 by singer Jacky "El Caballo" Carazo, originally from Cartagena, and radio host/song composer Mike Char, from Barranquilla. This is their first album and was recorded with local studio musicians. It's been said that most on the first album were from Fruko Y Sus Tesos (the voice of Joe Arroyo can be heard on coro) as well as others involved with various groups like La Protesta (de Colombia) and Juan Piña's La Revelación. Three bonus tracks have been added to the album as it was originally very short. Interestingly, there were four songs from two 45 singles cut by the band that were never included on either long play. While the ephemeral El Clan Antillano may not be as well-known as the groups it's related to, namely El Afrocombo and Fruko Y Sus Tesos, it certainly deserves credit as a worthy participant in the historical evolution of salsa colombiana. First time reissue. 180g vinyl.