Raoul Zequeira Y Sus Habaneros – Le 1er Non Stop 100% Typique (Disques Vogue – SLVLX.402 - 1969)


Born in La Havane, Cuba, Raoul Zequeira moved to Paris in the 50's to study at the University. He finally give up to join Stéphane Grappeli band. He conducted the Cuban orchestra at the White Elephant, a nightclub catering to high society, on rue Vavin in Paris. Master in afro-latins percussions, he works with some friends like Lalo Schiffrin, Perez Prado, Machito et Xavier Cugat.
This rare french only album released in on Vogue in 1969 introduced the "Boogaloo music" style in France with the famous latin banger "Hey !...Hey...! Hey...! Si Senor" or the massive latin soul "Clave, Maraca Y Bongo".

Record looks and plays NM / Sleeve is NM.