- 01. Gol
02. Baila La Rumba
03. El Gitano Andrés
04. Toma Que Dle
11. Por Culpita De Mi Mal Pensá
12. Vente Conmigo
13. Si Te Quiero
Baila Mi Rumba[engl] Gypsy rumba–funk & flamenco pop courtesy of TRIGAL, the grooviest & funkiest band from the Spanish ’70s rumba scene. 13 tracks taken from their sought after LPs and 45s, originally released on the legendary Belter label, 1976–77. Heavy drums, percussion, deep bass, wah wah, electric guitar, horns, funk / blaxpoitation touches, gypsy female vocals...
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