Various: Let's Do The Boogaloo, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Various: Let's Do The Boogaloo, 2×LP (Vinyl)
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Various
Let's Do The Boogaloo
Bar-Kays
Mongo Santamaria
Barry Jones
Lee Harris
Chubby Checker
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  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • United Kingdom
  • BGP Records
  • (BGP2 307)
  • 24 Tracks
  • UPC 029667007016
  • heavy item (600g)
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Prince & Princess
Ready, Steady, Go

1:53
A2

The Capitols
We Got A Thing That's In The Groove

2:26
A3

Hector Rivera
Playing It Cool

3:08
A4

Tom & Jerry-O
(Papa Chew) Do The Boo-Ga-Loo Pt 1

2:32
A5

Roy Lee Johnson And His Band
Boogaloo #3

2:05
A6

Jimmy Castor
Block Party

2:39
B1

Pete Terrace
I'm Gonna Make It

3:39
B2

Richie And The PS 54 School Yard
What I Feel

3:39
B3

Lee Harris
Skate, Boogaloo & Karate Too

2:58
B4

Bar-Kays
Bar-Kays Boogaloo

2:16
B5

The Village Callers
Hector

2:40
B6

Mongo Santamaria
Mongo’s Boogaloo

2:28
C1

Chubby Checker
Hey You! Little Boo-Ga-Loo

2:15
C2

Lou Courtney
Me & You (Doin' The Boogaloo)

2:46
C3

The Fantastic Johnny C
Boogaloo Down Broadway

2:32
C4

Shirley Butler
Boogaloo Zoo

3:03
C5

Barry Jones
Let's Do The Funky Boogaloo Pt 1

2:17
C6

The Bob & Earl Band
Boogaloo Pt 1

2:59
D1

Charlie Palmieri And His Orchestra
Bugulu

2:33
D2

Willie Rosario Y Su Orquesta
Watusi Boogaloo

2:55
D3

Harold And Connie
Bugaloo Party

2:30
D4

Timmy Thomas
Have Some Boogaloo

2:14
D5

The Exotics
Boogaloo Investigator

2:01
D6

Jimmy Brown
The Jimmy Brown Band
Funky Funky Boogalo

2:35

Credits

Compiled By
  • Dean Rudland
Liner Notes
  • Dean Rudland
Design
  • The Unknown
Mastered By
  • Nick Robbins

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