The Lebron Brothers consisted of Angel, José, Carlos, Frankie, and Pablo. They provided the vocals and rhythm section of the band. Tenor and alto sax, two trumpets, and timbales rounded out the group. Having been together for some time, it wasn’t until George Goldner of Cotique signed them and dubbed them the Lebron Brothers. Although Goldner was credited with producing their work under the auspices of Jerry Masucci, Johnny Colón has stated in recent interviews that it was actually he who supervised the recordings. This seems quite plausible as the feel of Salsa Y Control has a lot of the same characteristics of Colón’s Boogaloo Blues. The harmonies are street tough and a drag-sway feeling permeates the production. This is what makes this genre distinct.
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