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Santiago - 22 Somerset Drive
Santiago
22 Somerset Drive
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Manufactured)
26,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
In the late 1960's, Neftali Santiago's family bought their first home in Willingboro, New Jersey at 22 Somerset Drive. Here he would learn to play the drums and honed his skills, which landed him a spot as the drummer and a singer/ songwriter in Mandrill, one of the most diverse funk bands of all time. In 1975, Santiago took a hiatus from the band and returned home to start a new project. Though he would return to Mandrill in 1978, between the years of 1975 and 1978 Santiago recorded an album's worth of material that has largely been unreleased until now. Under the moniker Santiago, Neftali and the talented multi-arranger Joe Byrne recorded four tracks, two of which landed on the band's first single in 1975. Despite the limited success of the band's only single, Neftali's manager secured high profile tours with The Ohio Players and Gil-Scott Heron. After moving across the country, Neftali started new bands (the SantiagoBand, Santiago & Friends, and Neftali’s Beast) and kept recording, though nothing came of the tracks except the mysteriously bootlegged “Bionic Funk” 45 in the late 70’s. Though Neftali’s solo career came to an end in 1978 when he rejoined Mandrill, he left a treasure trove of unreleased funk tracks that are sure to please fans of Parliament/ Funkadelic, Boosty Collins, Sly & The Family Stone, and 70’s rare groove. This is the first collection of Santiago's complete recordings for the first time ever on vinyl.
Santiago - Life, Money, Work EP
Santiago
Life, Money, Work EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Unknown Precept)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Santiago Leyba makes his vinyl debut on the label following the Rooms tape released earlier this year. Recorded simultaneously, Life, Money, Work shows the New York-based artist by way of Albuquerque, New Mexico, portraying the different characters one might have in a broken mind. Sketching a strong criticism of America by means of disorienting vocals and slow-paced D.I.Y. electronics, SANTIAGO finds him performing alter-egos of sorts — ranging from forlorn ballad singing, to more guttural and strained barking seeking to describe a conflict in maintaining a unified persona. Paid labor, sex, and consumer goods. How America tells you to grow up when there is nothing left but complacency and oppression through economic and social means. It all goes down to the shortcomings of humanity, the tangled webs we weave, the impossibility of justice and fairness, and the pressure those things put upon ourselves.
Santiago - Feeling Good / Land of Leaping No No (Ha-Ka-Cha)
Santiago
Feeling Good / Land of Leaping No No (Ha-Ka-Cha)
7" | 2016 | UK | Original (Athens Of The North)
11,69 €* 12,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Produced by Philadelphia's Legendary Sonny Hopson, Santiago is Indeed Neftali Santiago from Mandrill who took a break from the band in 1975 and did a little experimenting, this came out of a 6 hour sessions in which 3 tracks were recording, two being on this 45 and is Santiago's only lead vocal to date . The band lasted a year in that time supporting Gil Scott Heron and The Ohio Players live. A two sided disco stormer with all the right ingredients, great guitar hook, solid horn section and great vocal.Essential Disco
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