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After purchasing and enjoying the recently remaindered Cold Shoulder (see my review), I came across this title featuring Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers in Prestige's "Legends of Acid Jazz" series. While most of the titles in this series couple two original albums on one CD, this disc features selections from Pucho's third through sixth albums. The beauty of this is that there is no duplication of the tracks on "Cold Shoulder," so if you buy both CDs you will basically own the entirety of Pucho's albums 3-6 -- "Dateline," "Big Stick," "Heat!," and "Jungle Fire!" Of course, I am surprised Prestige decided to make two compilation CDs instead of just issuing two two-fers, but Pucho's sound is so scattered and diverse that there really isn't that much continuity on the original albums anyway. As I stated in my earlier review, Pucho's material varies widely from latin jazz to funk, and in its finest moments the band creates a sound that is best described as the missing link between the mambo of Tito Puente and the rock of Santana. Fans of acid jazz will totally dig this, and definitely want mas Pucho.
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