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Performer: Joe Bataan
Genre: Latin / Funk
Title: Mr. New York And The East Side Kids
Country: Venezuela
Released: 1971
Style: Soul, Latin, Ballad
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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.

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Label: Fania Records ‎– 773 130 092-2 Series: Fania Original Remastered – Type: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Digipack Country: US Date of released: 2006 Category: Latin, Funk, Soul Style: Soul, Latin, Boogaloo. Joe Bataan - Mr. New York And The East Side Kids MP3 archive. Written-By – Joe Bataan. 6. Puerto Rico Me Llama. Written-By – Freddie Delgado, Joe Bataan.

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Joe Bataan was born Bataan Nitollano and grew up in the 103rd St. Upon his release in 1965, he turned his attention to music and formed his first band, Joe Bataan and the Latin Swingers. Bataan was influenced by two musical styles: the Latin boogaloo and African American doo-wop  . Afrofilipino released: 1975. Salsoul released: 1973. New York and the East Side Kids released: 1971. Poor Boy released: 1969. Subway Joe released: 1968.

Joe Bataan ‎– Mr. New York And The East Side Kids Sello: Fania Records ‎– LP 395 Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono País: USA Fecha: 1971 Género: Latin, Funk, Soul Estilo: Soul, Latin. Pistas A1 My Opera Written-By – Joe Bataan. A2 Auganta La Lengua Written-By – Joe Bataan. A3 Chili Beans Written-By – Valerie Capers. A4 When We Get Married Written-By – Hogan. A5 The Prayer Written-By – Joe Bataan. B1 Puerto Rico Me Llama Written-By – Freddie Delgado, Joe Bataan. B2 Es Tu Cosa Written-By – Joe Bataan. B3 Make Me Smile Written-By – J. Pankow.

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A1 My Opera
Written-By – Joe Bataan
5:50
A2 Auganta La Lengua
Written-By – Joe Bataan
5:43
A3 Chili Beans
Written-By – Valerie Capers
2:47
A4 When We Get Married
Written-By – Hogan*
3:15
A5 The Prayer
Written-By – Joe Bataan
4:35
B1 Puerto Rico Me Llama
Written-By – Freddie Delgado, Joe Bataan
5:09
B2 Es Tu Cosa
Written-By – Joe Bataan
3:15
B3 Make Me Smile
Written-By – J. Pankow*
3:00
B4 More Today Than Yesterday
Written-By – P. Upton*
2:26
B5 Juan Juan Lechero
Written-By – Freddie Delgado, Joe Bataan
3:35

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound

Credits

  • Bass – Louie Devis*
  • Congas – Latin Joe Colon
  • Coro – Celso "Ceasar" Galarga*, Eddie Hernandez
  • Drums – Eddie Nater
  • Flute – Robert Rodriquez*
  • Guitar – Willie "Newark" Sinclair*
  • Other [Recording Director] – Johnny Pacheco
  • Percussion – Milton Albino
  • Piano – Joe Bataan
  • Producer – Jerry Masucci
  • Saxophone – Robert Rodriquez*
  • Trombone – Eddie Hernandez , Robert Lemas
  • Vocals – Freddie Delgado, Joe Bataan

Notes

1971 US Fania Records 1st Could label Mono variation with the hashtag (#) on the release ID of labels and their respective sides shown as: Side Y, and Side Z.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side Y, etched, STERLING stamped): LP395-Y 8-4-70 STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Z, etched): LP395-Z 8-4-70

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP-7716 Joe Bataan Mr. New York And The East Side Kids ‎(LP, Album) Fania Records, Palacio LP-7716 Venezuela Unknown
SLP 395 Joe Bataan Mr. New York And The East Side Kids ‎(LP, Album, RP) Fania Records SLP 395 US Unknown
SLP 395 Joe Bataan Mr. New York And The East Side Kids ‎(LP, Album, RP) Fania Records SLP 395 US Unknown
SLP 395, SLP #395 Joe Bataan Mr. New York And The East Side Kids ‎(LP, Album, Clo) Fania Records, Fania Records SLP 395, SLP #395 US 1971
SLP 395 Joe Bataan Mr. New York And The East Side Kids ‎(CD) Fania Records SLP 395 US 1999

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OjO: All 1971 US 1st Mono or Stereo versions WILL HAVE the hashtag (#) in front of the release numbers shown on their center record labels as either: LP #395, SLP #395, and their respective sides WILL BE shown as: Side Y, and Side Z. The 1st Repress WILL NOT have a hashtag (#) on the labels, and will be shown as: LP 395, or SLP 395 on the RIGHT sides of labels, And WILL HAVE Side A and Side B. The 1st Reissue will ALL have COMPATIBLE Mono or Stereo written on the labels. And NO WAY were not all released in 1971.