January 28, 2016 | By Bruce Warren

Download Mark de Clive-Lowe’s remixes of songs by Joe Bataan and Ray Baretto

Fania Records is the legendary New York based Latin music label started in 1964 that went on to become an influential label for salsa and Afro-Caribbean music. Like the Blue Note jazz record label, some of Fania’s older catalogue is having a significant influence on new generations of music fans and musicians. One of those musicians is Mark de Clive-Lowe, a producer, DJ and pianist whose new EP, Barengue Remixed, features songs from the Fania catalogue, remixed by him. Check out his take on these classics by Joe Bataan and Ray Baretto.

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