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Guilty until proven innocent

“The Depravity of Man & the New Birth”   A sermon by Dr. Monroe Parker

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Red hot

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Daniel Santos “!Candela!   Fuentes Records   This one is just gorgeous!

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Burn baby burn

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“Fuego”   Tico Records (Equador) (1975)

  1. MESIE BOMBE / CHAMACO RIVERA
  2. ODIAME / CABRERITA
  3. TRAIGO DE TODO / ISMAEL RIVERA
  4. DESPIERTA JULIAN /EDDIE PALMIERI Y SU ORQUESTA
  5. FUEGO / CHAMACO RIVERA
  1. BILONGO / EDDIE PALMIERI
  2. ORGULLOSA / ISMAEL RIVERA
  3. CARIÑO VERDAD / CHAMACO RIVERA
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Disco inferno

The Hipster Singers “Hip! Hip! Hipsters”

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Tropic thunder

Thurston Knudson “Rouses you with the Rhythm of Tropic Drums”   Tempo Records.

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Your cash ain’t nothin’ but trash

“Money is to Burn”   Elba Records (Denver, CO.) (1961)   Yellow Vinyl.

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“I am the god of hell fire, and I bring you…

Memo Salamanca y Su Orquesta Interpreta Doce Exitos de Rafael Hernandez   Peerless Records

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C’est un bon fire

“Go Go Illimite” Avec Aurele Lacombe et ses “HOT Guitares.

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Flaming groovy

Betty Chung. “Wild Flame” Stereo EMI.

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Catch A Fire

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Bob Marley “Catch A Fire”   Island Records.   1973.   This is the record that made Bob Marley an international star.   His first on a major label.   With Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer and Aston and Carlton Barrett on bass and drums. Produced by Chris Blackwell.   The album including the classics “Stir It Up”, “Concrete Jungle” and “Kinky Reggae” is 125 on Rolling Stone magazine’s top 500 list (the highest of Marley’s four Lps to make the list).   The first 20,000 copies released were encased in this Zippo lighter die-cut sleeve.   The sleeve opened like a lighter case with a side hinge.   Rob Weiner and Rod Dyer designed.

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