This album has been getting lots of play lately. Made in 1973, Yo Soy Mujer is a perfect blend of funk, folk, rock, and disco. It’s very cohesive, due to the vocals and how they tie everything together. It’s no wonder this album made Sophy one of Puerto Rico’s most known singers.
Born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Sophy moved to New York City in 1960. There, she met and worked with Tito Puente, a towering figure of Latin-jazz and mambo. Sophy sung in Tito’s orchestra, and was so impressive, that he later produced some of her projects. Yo Soy Mujer was her third release in a career that would produce over thirty albums. She had a string of big hits in South America in the ’80s, but it’s her early ’70s work that really shines. The music is fantastic, so check it out. This would be a good starting point if you’re unfamiliar with Sophy and her records.
Below are two great cuts off Yo Soy Mujer, both of which were also famously sampled by RJD2.
“Un Amor Original”
“Locuras Tengo De Ti”
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Love these songs. Great blog!
always loved that RJ track, 1976. personally think it’s one of the better off that record. great post, thanks!
i have version of that song, by a different artist i will have to play you. didnt know of this one tho. good ish.
great where can i dowmload her music i love it
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I LIKE SOPHY CD