Genre: Latin
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Tito Puente El Rey Bravo 180g LP

Tito Puente

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One of Tito Puente's Best Original Albums on 180g Vinyl LP!
(AAA) Lacquers Cut from the Original Master Tapes by Kevin Gray!
Featuring the Original Version of the Classic "Oye Cómo Va" with Johnny Pacheco on Flute!

This is one of Tito Puente's best original albums released under the label of Tico in the 60s. The album features one of his best hits, "Oye Cómo Va,". Tito Puente and his orchestra lay down a driving irresistible beat that moves from beginning to end in a pulsating performance and create an added appeal with their ensemble singing which lends an authenticity to the music.


  • 180g Vinyl
  • (AAA) Lacquers Cut from the Original Master Tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
  • Made in USA


Side A:

  1. Malanga Con Yuca (Potatoes And Beans)
  2. Oye Como Va (Listen How It Goes)
  3. Tokyo De Noche (Tokyo After Dark)
  4. Tombola (Circus)
  5. Traigo El Coco Seco (My Head Is Dry)
  6. Africa Habla (Africa Speaks)

Side B:

  1. Batacumba (Brazilian Beat)
  2. La Pase Gozando (I Had A Ball)
  3. Tito Suena El Timbal (Sound The Drum)
  4. Donde Vas (Where Are You Going?)
  5. Gato Miau, Miau (Cat Miau, Miau)

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