Unearthing a Trove of Classic NYC Salsa and Latin Soul

The Village Voice | April 22, 2010
West Side Latino Records' mid-'60s-and-beyond heyday, encompassing classic salsa, boogaloo, and hard Latin funk, is now obscure to all but the most devoted followers—meaning it's exactly the kind of music Brooklyn-based Wax Poetics was created to document.

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