Category Archives: Classic Rock

  1. RABBITS & CARROTS 7": Destruye el vono (Spill the wine) / We got more soul • Maquina de amor (Sex machine) / Expresate (Express yourself). Vampisoul, / LP: "Soul Latino" Discos Musart Mexico/Vampisoul, / Pais tropical / Ciudad hippie (Hip city) / Romeo y Julieta / El baile de la gallina (Funky chicken) / Jarabe • Las 4.
  2. Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers Heat! () Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers Jungle Fire! () Pucho Super Freak () Tito Puente Tito Puente and His Concert Orchestra () Flora Purim Butterfly Dreams () Dr Jive part I & II: Dr Jive part I & II: Rabbits & Carrots Destruye el vino.
  3. release. An anthology of Mexico's #1 instrumental combo, Rabbits & Carrots. Some consider them the Mexican Meters in some way, and their repertoire selection denotes class and good taste (Family Stone, Rufus Thomas, James Brown, Kool & the Gang, War ). It´s not so strange why copies of these fine album and 45s have been played constantly by the likes of Keb Darge, Mr.
  4. Bonus: Rabbits & Carrots: Express Yourself (snippet) From We Got More Soul EP (Musart, ). Also on Soul Latino (CD but not LP) File Soul Latino under those albums seemingly too good to be true – a group of Mexican rock/jazz musicians with a trio of brothers and nephews at core – sitting down in to record a series of instrumentals, most of them with a hard, funk edge. Frankly, if someone .
  5. - four track EP Rabbits And Carrots* - Destruye El Vino / We Got More Soul / Maquina De Amor / Expresate Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 8 /5(7).
  6. MP3 Album The Barber Blood,Working Class AntiHeroes,Don’t Deprive the Boozer of His Booze,Blackened Soul,Selfexorcism,Thrill Killing,White Rabbits,Amen,Now It Is Download Free Rabbits And Carrots - Destruye El Vino / We Got More Soul / Maquina De Amor / Expresate.
  7. Etoile De Dakar: Tolou Badou Ndiaye taken from their self-titled album on SACEM () Elias Rahbani: From The Moon taken from the 12" single on EMI () Formula 7: Trouble taken from their self-titled album on Castelinho ().
  8. Picked up Rabbits & Carrots release Soul Latino album a few weeks ago, considered among the times to be Mexico's answer to The Meters. It's one of those albums that has been on my list to buy for over a year now, but I continued to put it off because, honestly, the thought of listening to a bunch of instrumental covers of James Brown, Sly & The Family Stone, Rufus Thomas songs, etc. didn't excite .

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