SANTAMARIA, MONGO -ORCHESTRA- - YEH YEH!/GET THE MONEY

7" (7" Single/EP)

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Label: BGP

Release date: 25/03/2016

Barcode: 0029667016971

Catalog no.: BGPS0000050

Item ID: 428538

Two 1963 Latin recordings on 7-inch. Cuban percussionist Santamaria was one of the first to take the Latin sound to the dancefloor, when his take on Herbie Hancock's 'Watermelon Man' went to #10 in the Pop and R&B charts. Its follow-up, 'Yeh Yeh!' (featuring vocal interjections from La Lupe) went to #1 in the UK when Georgie Fame recorded it with the addition of lyrics written by Jon Hendricks. The flip 'Get The Money' is a mod favourite protoboogaloo.

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