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Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra - Latin Au Go Go


1Monton Simon
Written-By – Johnny Pacheco, Louie Ramirez
2On Green Dolphin Street
Written-By – Bronislaw Kaper, Ned Washington
3Alma Con Alma
Written-By – Juanito Marquez
4Tumbando Cana
Written-By – Antonio Castro , Ervin Drake, Julio Blanco, Santos Ramirez
5Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
Written-By – Lester Young
6Manha De Carnaval
Written-By – Luiz Bonfá, Ross Jungnickel
Written-By – Ramon Cabrera
8Mueve La Cadera
Written-By – Louie Ramirez
9Con La Bemba Para
Written-By – Louie Ramirez
10Como Esta Mi Conuco
Written-By – Luis Mariano Garcia


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
33-179, ATCO 33 179Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra Latin Au Go Go ‎(LP, Album, Mono)ATCO Records, ATCO Records33-179, ATCO 33 179US1965
SD 33-179Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra Latin Au Go Go ‎(LP, Album)ATCO RecordsSD 33-179Canada1965
33-179Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra Latin Au Go Go ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo)ATCO Records33-179US1965
33-179Louie Ramirez Y Su Orquesta Latin A Go Go ‎(LP)Atlantic33-179ArgentinaUnknown
CCM-903Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra Latin Au Go Go ‎(CD)Collectors' Choice MusicCCM-903US2008


  • Artwork By [Cover] – Loring Eutemey
  • Executive Producer – Arif Mardin, Nesuhi Ertegun
  • Photography [Cover] – Jerry Czember
  • Recorded ByTom Dowd


Atco Records, Division Of Atlantic Recording Corp.


  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation



Latin Au Go Go. Album 1964 10 Songs. Louie Ramirez. El Tiempo Pasa Pero Mi Salsa Llegó. Ray Pérez & Los Dementes. Hoy a las Doce. Mickey Cora y Orquesta Cabala. Sabor Con Clase Louie Ramirez & Ray de la Paz y Su Orquesta. Primitivo Santos. Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra. Latin Au Go Go, 2010. Artist: LOUIE RAMIREZ Album: LATIN AU GO GO Label: ATCO RECORDS Year: 1965 Format: VINYL. SIDE A. Monton Simon Louie Ramirez - Johnny Pacheco 2. Tumbando Caña Antonio Castro - Ervin Drake - Julio Blanco - Santos Ramirez 3. Manha De Carnaval Luiz Bonfá. Latin au Go Go is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by LOUIE RAMIREZ released in 1965 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Louie Ramirez February 24, 1938 June 7, 1993 was a boogaloo, salsa and latin jazz percussionist, vibraphonist, band leader and composer. He co-wrote with Johnny Pacheco the 1961 hit El Güiro De Macorina. He has been called the Quincy Jones of Salsa. Ramirez was born on February 24, 1938 in New York City. He made his professional debut with Joe Loco's band in 1956, replacing vibraphonist Pete Terrace. Ramirez made his own debut as a bandleader in 1963, with Introducing Louie Ramirez. Louie Ramirez Format: Audio CD. That the rock and soul-oriented Atco label released a record by a Latin dance band and assigned Tom Dowd to engineer it right in the middle of the Beatles explosion in 1965 lets you know just how hot Louie Ramirez's band was But then, this band was the first new Latin band to gain a real following on the East Coast in many years, and as it was made up of twenty year-olds most notably vibraphonist Ramirez and co-leader and percussionist Ozzie Torrens, it made sense to tie its fortunes to the Atco label. Add album to Cart. Monton Simon Mambo. Album 1965 10 Songs. Salsa and Tropical the latest song of Latin Au Go Go: Manha De Carnaval Bossa Nova. Release type: Album. Release source: CD. Year: 2010. Duration: 37:34. Size, Mb: . Bitrate: 256. Price for album . Track List. Song Title

Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra - Latin Au Go Go
Performer: Louie Ramirez & His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz / Latin
Title: Latin Au Go Go
Country: US
Released: 1965
Style: Mambo, Guaguancó, Bossa Nova, Cha-Cha, Bolero, Salsa
MP3 album: 2432 mb
FLAC album: 2034 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
№ Cat: SD 33-179, ATCO 33-179
Label: ATCO Records