Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Arriving in Spain from Colombia in the early 70s.
Elkin with his brother Nelson, established themselves
on the Spanish music scene.
Fusing hot Latin songs with influences from James Brown,
Santana, Afro-Cuban and Jazz-Funk, success in Spain
and Latin America saw many number one albums
including "Jibaro". Thanks to the '88-89 Ibiza Balearic Beat scene
DJs such as Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong re-discovered "Jibaro".
Here's my favorite track from the first album called 'Angeles Y Demonios'

Elkin & Nelson - Abran Paso-Ahoa (Enrolle)

1 comment:

Arthit said...

It's the music of our tribe. The music for the feast, the party and any sacred ritual.