Black Sugar recorded a second LP in 1972 [which] features more original composition than the first one; also the playing and the soloing show a bigger musical maturity. Tracks like “Fuego”, “Kathy”, “Checan”, “All your Love”, the beautiful arrangement to Stevie Wonder’s “Don’ t You Worry About a Thing”, etc... make this LP a jewel.
Definitely their style is unique, with influences from groups like Tower of Power, Blood Sweat and Tears and Chicago mixed with a latin funk flavor. In the end […] Black Sugar was a world class latin funk band.» (George Bonilla, Incarock)
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