Informationen zum Artikel: In the mid 70s producer and latin music hustler Bobby Marin took a bunch of his mates into the studio and recorded a Nuyorican funk masterpiece. He named the group Los Africanos, and then..nothing happened. The master languished in the back of a cupboard until Bobby played it to award winning compilation producer Dean Rudland who immediately recognized the recording as a missing gem that simply had to be released. So he brought it into Acid Jazz and finally after three decades Los Africanos have arrived with an album of big chunky, funk filled grooves. The music ranges from the pure funk of 'It's Your Thing', afro-funk of 'Pamoja Watu' based on James Brown's 'It's A New Day', proto disco on 'Do It' and 'Monster Party' through to rock covers and pure salsa. It is a melting pot of influences that reflects the streets and clubs of Spanish Harlem.