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Mongo Santamaria - Olé Ola

  • Performer: Mongo Santamaria
  • Title: Olé Ola
  • Genre: Jazz / Latin
  • Country: Germany
  • Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album
  • Released: 1989
  • Style: Afro-Cuban
  • Label: Concord Jazz Picante
  • Cat#: CJP-387
  • MP3 album: 1858 mb
  • FLAC album: 2890 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 470
Mongo Santamaria - Olé Ola


1Who's Got The Bread?4:56
2Mother Jones5:06
3Now Is Forever4:50
4Papa Willie4:38
5Aged In Soul5:58
6Jeanie's Tune4:48
7El Campesino4:26
8La Tumba5:23
9Olé Ola3:42


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CJP-387Mongo Santamaria Olé Ola ‎(LP, Album)Concord Jazz PicanteCJP-387US1989
CJP-387Mongo Santamaria Olé Ola ‎(LP, Album, Promo)Concord Jazz PicanteCJP-387US1989
CCD-4387Mongo Santamaria Olé Ola ‎(CD, Album)Concord Jazz PicanteCCD-4387US1989
CJP-387-CMongo Santamaria Olé Ola ‎(Cass)Concord Jazz PicanteCJP-387-CUS1989


  • Executive Producer – Carl E. Jefferson
  • ProducerAllen Farnham, Nick Phillips


  • Rights Society: GEMA


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