ALMA, QUETCHY/CAFÉ - DEEP (OH POOR ME)/IDENTIFY YOURSELF

ALMA, QUETCHY/CAFÉ - DEEP (OH POOR ME)/IDENTIFY YOURSELF

7" (7" Single/EP)

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Label: MR. BONGO

Release date: 06/05/2016

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Catalog no.: LAT450000012

Item ID: 431468

'Deep', also known as 'Oh Poor Me', is a mid-tempo Latin soul/boogaloo recording by singer Quetchy Alma a.k.a. La Lloroncita, taken from the very rare LP 'El Sol Brilla Para Todos' on the Tico label. Café's 'Identify Yourself' is a stone cold Nu Yorican funk/soul hit, drum heavy, with huge horns and punchy Rhodes lines. The song originally appeared on 1974's self-titled LP on Vaya.

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