Jala Jala Boogaloo Volume II
Jala Jala Boogaloo Volume II is an album released by the salsa music duet Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz. Released in 1968, the album continues with the sound of its predecessor Jala Jala y Boogaloo, influenced by Latin rhythms such as the Puerto Rican Jala Jala, as well as by soul and Beat music.
|Jala Jala Boogaloo Volume II|
|Studio album by |
Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz
|Genre||Salsa Music, Boogaloo|
|Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz chronology|
Backed by the hit song "Mr. Trumpet Man", the album was an international success, being popular in the United States, Colombia, Puerto Rico and other countries. The album's success enabled the duet to sign a contract with West Side Latino records, and leave Alegre Records.
With their previous albums, Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz had established themselves as prominent artists in the New York music scene of the 1960s. Releasing Jala Jala y Boogaloo in 1967, the group achieved international success with hit songs such as Richie's Jala Jala. Following the success of that album, the group returned to the studio with producer Pancho Cristal to continue with their success.
|2.||"Música Ye Ye"||3:29|
|4.||"Mr. Trumpet Man"||5:07|
|5.||"Iqui Con Iqui"||7:00|
|7.||"Que Se Rían"||4:00|
|You may listen to Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz's "Mr Trumpet Man" here|