A1. "Rencorosa"
A2. "Noches De Viaje"
A3. "Todo Termino"
A4. "La Novia Hippie"
A5. "Alma Latina"
B1. "Carga Pesada"
B2. "Mi Guitarra"
B3. "Rosa Rosita"
B4. "Melodia Del Amor Eterno"
B5. "El Campeon"

Break heavy Mexican psych latin jazz funk album reissued for the first time. Deluxe hard-cardboard sleeve + OBI + resealable outer sleeve + 2 Page info sheet with Leo Acosta story in English and Spanish by Carlos Tropicaza Leobardo Acosta Quintanar was born in Huetamo, Michoacán in 1925. He was a notable drummer, composer, arranger, and orchestrator. In 1970, he recorded a last LP for Capitol with a small combo formed with some of his closest peers. The sound engineer for these sessions, Rogiero Silva, recalls that it happened in the night time. Leo was always very demanding in his studio hours with all of his musicians and that he did not tolerate mistakes or setbacks, but he was fully relaxed and enjoying this one very much. For this last LP, entitled “Acosta” but known as "El Leon”, all the compositions are originals, unlike his previous albums where the labels required him to record at least 6 songs that were hits on the popularity charts.


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