Three-plus decades before Latin music exploded internationally, Pucho & the Latin Soul Brothers were, in current parlance, "the bomb." Led by timbalero Henry "Pucho" Brown, the band offered a singularly torrid, Latin soul-jazzy take on boogaloos and shing-a-lings that kept crowds moving and grooving. The horn-playing Pazant brothers and keyboardist-arranger Neal Creque were talented musicians with strong jazz orientations, and the rhythm section joined James Brown and Spanish Harlem at the hip. The group really hit their stride when they signed to Prestige in 1966 cutting a handful of albums for the label over the next half a decade including 1969's Jungle Fire! which features five hot Latin jazz numbers anchored by the great dance track "Got Myself A Good Man."