Artist name - title: Front cover: Joe Bataan - Rap-O Clap-O Back cover: Joe Bataan And The Mestizo Band - Rap-O-Clap-O Center label: Joe Bataan And The Mestizo Band - Rap-O Clap-O. The first 3 tracks of side 1 and the 2nd to 4th track of side 2 are mixed. Rights Society: STEMRA. Will it be good? Maybe you don't know this, but in 1979, the hit Rap-O Clap-O shook the world, together with another record. This record is Rapper's Delight from The Sugarhill Gang. In numerous countries they both went to the top of the hitlists. Rap music broke through to the mainstream for the first time. In each and every club and disco they both were floorfillers. I went into the recordstore and bought the record. On my way home i wondered, will the whole record be good? Putting the needle on the record, the first heavenly discosounds filled the room.
Rap-O Clap-O (LP, Album, P/Mixed). Joe Bataan And His Mestizo Band. Mestizo (LP, Album, P/Mixed, Red).
Mestizo, The Bottle (La Bouteille).
All the tracks from album Rap-O Clap-O of Joe Bataan And The Mestizo Band. Joe Bataan And The Mestizo Band - Rap-O Clap-O photo images watch: Release title: Joe Bataan And The Mestizo Band - Rap-O Clap-O. Style of release: Latin music Disco music.
Always and forever - JOE BATAAN AND HIS MESTIZO BAND. Latin lover - JOE BATAAN AND HIS MESTIZO BAND. Rock me all night long - JOE BATAAN AND HIS MESTIZO BAND. Mestizo - JOE BATAAN AND HIS MESTIZO BAND. Rap-o dance-o - JOE BATAAN AND HIS MESTIZO BAND. Sadie (she smokes) - JOE BATAAN AND HIS MESTIZO BAND. I see your hiney - JOE BATAAN AND HIS MESTIZO BAND.
Joe & Jagow and the 7th Grade Band - Desprender. The Joe Mc Roy & Saloon' Girls Band - Little Cow-Boy (Rap-On Horse Programm). Joe Mc Roy & The Saloon' Girls Band - Little Cow-Boy (1987. Stanley Sagov & The Remembering the Future Jazz Band - Killer Joe. 9:28. Jon Lord, Rick Wakeman & Sunflower Band - The Ballad Of John Henry (Joe Bonamassa, Jon Lord, Sunflower Band).
Joe Bataan (also spelled Bataán) (born November 15, 1942 in Spanish Harlem, New York City) is an African American-Filipino Latin soul musician from New York. Joe Bataan was born Bataan Nitollano and grew up in the 103rd St. and Lexington Ave. part of East Harlem where he briefly led the Dragons, a local Puerto Rican street gang, before being sent to the Coxsackie Correctional Facility to serve time for a stolen car charge. His father was Filipino and his mother was African American.
|A3||Sadie (She Smokes)||4:44|
|B1||Rock Me All Night Long||4:26|
|B2||I See Your Hiney||3:08|
|B4||Always And Forever||5:48|
|SA 8534||Joe Bataan And His Mestizo Band*||Mestizo (LP, Album, P/Mixed)||Salsoul Records||SA 8534||US||1980|
|SR-0011||Joe Bataan||El Mestizo (LP, Album)||Salsoul Records||SR-0011||Venezuela||1980|
|XL-14135||Joe Bataan And The Mestizo Band||Rap-O Clap-O (LP, Album, P/Mixed)||Salsoul Records||XL-14135||Netherlands||1980|
|XL-14135||Joe Bataan And His Mestizo Band*||Rap-O Clap-O (LP, Album, P/Mixed)||Salsoul Records||XL-14135||Spain||1980|
|SA 8534||Joe Bataan And His Mestizo Band*||Mestizo (LP, Album, P/Mixed, Red)||Dicesa||SA 8534||El Salvador||1980|