The out of print collection series are albums recorded over 3 decades ago from swinging Latin Orquestas in the genres of Latin Soul, Salsa Dura and Boogaloo that were never released on CD and neglected because either the music is too archaic and not marketable in this current
generation of 2006. Many swinging classic Salsa albums were never released on CD due to the disappearance of the master tapes. Some of the surviving master tapes are too old and never properly preserved.
Most of these Latin Orquestas were forgotten or not remembered by Latin music enthusiasts due to lack of airplay on mainstream radio today. Years ago, consumers who purchased these albums discarded their classic albums in the trash. Who would have ever thought 30 years ago
those vinyl albums today in mint condition would be worth $200.00 in the year 2006?
Latin Soul Records presents another rare Salsa Dura gem, the second OUT OF PRINT COLLECTION Series with more to come, the album that you probably have thrown away in the trash, digitally remastered by DigiTech Studios exactly how it was recorded in the 1971, the exact front cover how you remembered it when you first purchased it 35 years ago, originally recorded on the short-lived independent record label Ghetto Records, PAPO FELIX MEETS RAY RODRIGUEZ.
Each track is filled with clave, mambo and swinging salsa dura, the way Salsa music should be. This is also known as STREET SALSA, also known as Underground Salsa.