Joe Bataan "Ernestine"
- Label: Anthology
It's not often we run tracks from the old guard at INCITE Online, but when Anthology Recordings offered this gem from Latin R&B king Joe Bataan, we couldn't resist. One of the originators of New York Latin soul, Bataan is a self-taught musician who made the famous track 'Gypsy Woman' in 1967, among his many other notable music endeavors. Call My Name marks the first new release from Bataan in twenty years, and contains eight tracks of brand new material, including the one below.
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