Los Nombres "S/T" Vinyl LP

Los Nombres "S/T" Vinyl LP

Vinyl LP - $15.99

One part War, two parts Santana, a dash of Motown, immersed in a rich Puerto Rican stock, the Nombres were the undisputed kings of Northern Ohio's rust-belt barrios. Following successive explosions of brown-eyed and latin soul in Los Angeles and New York in the mid and late '60s, Lorain, Ohio's Boricua underdogs went on a recording tear in nearby Cleveland, going all-in on a series of no-budget recordings at Boddie and Way Out. With a voice that rivaled any on the Fania roster, Willie Marquez led the rotating cast of Latino teens through numerous underfunded recording sessions for the Day-Wood, Beth, and Lorain Sounds imprints, the lo-fi fruits of which are compiled here.


  1. Loving You
  2. To Be Sure
  3. Cold Wine
  4. Todos
  5. Full Of Love
  6. Here We Go Again
  7. Trivialities
  8. Untitled Instrumental
  9. Listen People
  10. Just Call Me

Type: Music

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