Album · 1967 · 11 Songs. Goin' Latin Ramsey Lewis.
Ramsey Lewis – Goin' Latin Label: Cadet – LPS 790 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: US Released: 1967 Genre: Jazz, Funk, Soul Style: Latin Jazz.
Goin' Latin is a exotica music album recording by RAMSEY LEWIS released in 1966 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
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Goin' Latin is a studio jazz album with Latin percussion and style by Ramsey Lewis which was released on Cadet Records in 1967. The album reached number 2 and number 16 on the Billboard Black and Jazz Albums Charts. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 54 For Sale from €. 6.
The In Crowd is a live album by the Ramsey Lewis Trio which was recorded in 1965 at the Bohemian Caverns nightclub in Washington . and released on the Argo label. The album provided Lewis with his biggest hit reaching the top position on the Billboard R&B Chart and No. 2 on their top 200 albums chart in 1965 and the single, "The 'In' Crowd" reaching No. 2 on the R&B Chart and No. 5 on the Hot 100 singles chart in the same year.
Ramsey Emmanuel Lewis Jr. (born May 27, 1935) is an American jazz composer, pianist and radio personality. Ramsey Lewis has recorded over 80 albums and has received five gold records and three Grammy Awards so far in his career. Ramsey Lewis was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Ramsey Lewis Sr. and Pauline Lewis. He began taking piano lessons at the age of four. Lewis would eventually join a jazz group called the clefs.
So Lewis had no need to rock the boat all that much on this follow-up, and used the same team for Goin' Latin. The boogaloo craze was taking over the East Coast at the time, and while Lewis was still rooted in Chicago, he got around on tour. Edwards and Evans brought Lewis' great trio (with Cleveland Eaton on bass and Maurice White on drums) again, and augmented the proceedings with horns, percussion, electric guitar, and even strings. The result is an album that is every bit as strong as its predecessor. Hey, Mrs. Jones" (Marion Miller, Robert L. Reagan) 4:01. Summer Samba" (Marcos Valle, Norman Gimbel, Paulo Sérgio Valle) 3:09. One, Two, Three" (David White, John Medora, Leonard Borisoff) 3:26. Free Again" (Joss Baselli, Armand Canfora, Robert Colby, Michel Jourdan) 2:56.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Hey, Mrs. Jones
Written-By – Miller*, Reagan*
Written By – Gimble, Marcus & ValleWritten-By – Marcus*, Gimble*, Valle*
|A3||One, Two, Three
Written-By – White*, Madara*, Borisoff*
Written-By – Canfora*, Baselli*, Jourdan*, Colby*
|A5||Down By The Riverside
Adapted By – E. Edwards*
Written-By – Richard Evans
|B2||I'll Wait For You
Written-By – Evans*
|B3||Function At The Junction
Written-By – Holland*, Long*, Dozier*
Written-By – Lastie*, Bobo*
|B5||Lara's Theme (Somewhere My Love)
Written-By – Garre*, Webster*
|B6||Cast Your Fate To The Wind
Written-By – Guaraldi*
- Record Company – Cadet Records
- Manufactured By – Chess Producing Corp.
- Published By – Fred Music
- Published By – Butterfield Music Corp.
- Published By – Duchess Music
- Published By – Double Diamond Music
- Published By – Emanuel Music
- Published By – Beaujolais Music Corp.
- Published By – Ramsel Publ. Co.
- Published By – Detroit Jobete, Inc.
- Published By – Gilsan Music
- Published By – Adormel Music Inc.
- Published By – Robbins Music
- Published By – Atzal Music, Inc.
- Recorded At – RCA Studios, Chicago
- Mastered At – Columbia Recording Studios, Chicago
- Mastered At – Customatrix
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
- Accompanied By [Augmented By], Brass – Unknown Artist
- Accompanied By [Augmented By], Percussion – Unknown Artist
- Accompanied By [Augmented By], Strings – Unknown Artist
- Arranged By, Conductor, Directed By – Richard Evans
- Bass – Cleveland Eaton
- Design [Cover Design] – Tom Gorman
- Drums – Maurice White
- Engineer [Recording] – Brian Christian
- Engineer [Supervising] – Doug Brand
- Liner Notes – Robert B. Holmes
- Photography By [Cover & Liner Photos] – Don S. Bronstein*
- Piano – Ramsey Lewis
- Producer, Supervised By [Album Production & Supervision] – Esmond Edwards
NotesLabel variant and Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman press.
Recorded: December 21, 22 & 23, 1966 at RCA Studios, Chicago.
From the MGM film, “Dr. Zhivago” [B5]
Mono LP 790
Stereo LPS 790
Mfg. by Chess Producing Corp. Chicago, IL 60616
Catalog# front & back cover: LP 790
Catalog# labels: LP-790
Catalog# spine: 790
A1: Fred Music, BMI
A2: Butterfield Music & Duchess Music, BMI
A3: Double Diamond Music, BMI
A4: Emanuel Music & Beaujolais Music, ASCAP
A5: Ramsel Pub. Co., BMI
B1: Ramsel Pub. Co., BMI
B2: Ramsel Pub. Co., BMI
B3: Detroit Jobete, Inc., BMI
B4: Gilsan Music & Adormel Music, BMI
B5: Robbins Music, ASCAP
B6: Atzal Music, BMI
Identical back cover for mono/stereo version.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): #15439 XCTV-125630
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): #15440 XCTV-125631
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): XCTV125630-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): XCTV125631-1B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped, variant): o XCTV125630-1A p
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped, variant): o XCTV125631-1B p
- Rights Society (A1 to A3, A5 to B4, B6): BMI
- Rights Society (A4, B5): ASCAP
|CA 790||Ramsey Lewis||Goin' Latin (LP, Album, Mono)||Cadet||CA 790||Canada||Unknown|
|LPS 790||Ramsey Lewis||Goin' Latin (LP, Album)||Cadet||LPS 790||US||1967|
|LW-264||Ramsey Lewis||Goin' Latin (LP, Album, Unofficial)||Large World||LW-264||Taiwan||Unknown|
|CHLS-241||Ramsey Lewis||Goin' Latin (LP, Album)||Chess||CHLS-241||Australia||1967|
|CRL 4528||Ramsey Lewis||Goin' Latin (LP, Album)||Chess||CRL 4528||UK||1967|
Performer: Ramsey Lewis
Title: Goin' Latin
Date of release: 1967
Style: Easy Listening, Latin Jazz
Size MP3: 1275 mb
Size FLAC: 1863 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: AIFF AA MPC WAV RA DMF DXD