MALO - Dos (Warner Bros BS 2652) USA 1972 LP (Jazz-Funk, Fusion, Afro-Cuban, Charanga, Merengue)
| vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: NM (mint-) Embossed cover == relief cover. / cut corner | Green labels = 1st pressing
Malo (English: "Bad") is an American musical group known for its blend of Latino, rock, jazz and blues. The San Francisco-based ensemble was led by Richard Bean, Arcelio Garcia, and Jorge Santana, the brother of Latin-rock guitarist Carlos Santana.
Four of Malo's original members (Bean, Garcia, Pablo Tellez, and Santana) had previously played in the band The Malibus. The other three members (Abel Zarate, Roy Murray, and Richard Spremich) had played together in the group Naked Lunch. (Bean and Zarate also played in a band called the Righteous Ones together.)
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MALO Dos (Warner Bros BS 2652) USA 1972 LP
- Product Code: LP
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