SONG OF THE DAY Brooklyn Sounds – Mirame San Miguel

Switzerland’s Rocafort Records are to release a new compilation album at the end of the month entitled ‘Latin Underground Revolution: Swinging Boogaloo, Guaguanco, Salsa & Latin Funk from New York City 1967-1978.’ 

Bringing together a lively mix of hard-to-find dance floor delights, the record explores and showcases three different eras of New York’s Latin music through the late 1960’s and 1970’s.

Available ahead of its release is this delicious chunk of shimmering Latin jazz by Brooklyn Sounds, a young Puerto Rican Latin band that played hard salsa throughout 1970’s New York.  Entitled, Mirame San Miguel this track originally featured on the bands 1971 self-titled album which was released on New York’s Mary Lou Records subsidiary, Salsa Records.

Check out today’s smooth offering above and pre-order your copy of Rocafort Records’ compilation album from here. 

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