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It’s So / History EP – Los Charly’s Orchestra Feat. Omar – Release: 16th June « Los Charly's Orchestra
It’s So / History EP – Los Charly’s Orchestra Feat. Omar – Release: 16th June

Good news! music lovers, record diggers & Soul searchers!

Los Charly’s Orchestra are back!!! this time celebrating their 10th anniversary and featuring the tropical Soul legend: Omar, for their latest extravaganza of Caribbean infused Disco/Boogie.

LCO has left an important landmark on the global Soulful Disco – Jazz Funk landscape since the very beginning, and their tireless production machine still continues today to deliver some of the most epic groovers, such as: All Around The World, Everlasting Love & Sunshine, in between many others.

Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel (the two men behind this project), continue on their endless effort for producing enduring music by delivering their latest EP which contains an LCO’s Re-make treatment of Omar’s classic: It’s So plus a brand new Boogie-Reggaeish fusion track entitled: History, both tracks with their correspondent instrumentals plus a bonus club mix on the digital package for the delight of the groove music aficionado.

Credits:

Vocals: Omar Lye-Fook

Keys: Xantone Blacq

Bass: Mateus Nova

Guitar: Raphael Delphino

Drums: Juan Laya

Horns: John Allen

Strings: Ben Brown

Percussion: Alejandro Martinez

Produced by Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel

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