Dancin' And Prancin' - Candido

Dancin' And Prancin'
Candido is a Cuban born percussionist. Throughout his career he has worked with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Kenton, Duke Ellington and Art Blakey as well as releasing a number of solo albums.
DANCIN’ & PRANCIN’ was released in 1979 on Salsoul Records and is an underground cool dance classic.
JINGO reached #21 in the Disco charts upon its release in 1979, it was remixed in 1999 and it soared to the #3 position in the Dance chart. The B-Side THOUSAND FINGER MAN was also sampled by P. Diddy on his US #1 and R&B#2 album "We Invented The Remix.”
Released in deluxe Super Jewel cases, with bonus tracks, CANDIDO is a must for all Soul and Funk fans out there!

Release Date: 29/10/2012
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CDBBR0138
Weight: 200
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1. DANCIN’ & PRANCIN’
2. JINGO
3. THOUSAND FINGER MAN
4. ROCK & SHUFFLE (AH-HA)

BONUS TRACKS
5. JINGO (Single Version)
6. DANCIN’ AND PRANCIN’ (Single Version
7. JINGO (12” Version)
8. DANCIN’ & PRANCIN’ (12” Version)
9. JINGO (A Shep Pettipone Mix)
10. JINGO (BREAKDOWN) (A Shep Pettibone Mix)
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