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Rocafort Records


NOW HERE’S a tidy little gem from those ever-reliable sound curators Rocafort Records, a second sparkling collection of treasures from the early 70s’ boogaloo explosion courtesy of the sharp-suited composer, band leader and pianist Alfredito Linares. This was a time of the Nuyorican wave, when salsa swept up some rock ‘n’ roll and broke out …

Who knew that people were making music like this in 2020? Well, we dived into the world of Rocafort records with their recent ‘Latin Underground Revolution pt.2’ release, and we loved that so much that we followed the trail to this, its follow up on the Swiss label. It’s a impossibly jazzy Afro-Funk instrumental from …

Rocafort Records are back with a volume two of some undiscovered / forgotten Latin gems from New York City. Taken from the period 1968-1972, the release comes as a beautifully boxed 3 x 7” box set, with liner notes from DJ Timber on the back cover, and features Orquesta Olivieri’s 1970 Delta single There’s No …