Most likely a hispanic soul recording here. Why? Well, partly because the track is written by an Al Maldonado, partly because it is published on the Conata publishing company and partly because the other side is called "Latin Blood"! Anyway, a great crossover soul track that is typical for that hard to define area of soul music in the late 60s and early 70s. I have gone with this as a 60s recording ,because to these ears it just owes more to that era, but I may well be wrong. Apart from the fact that Spectrum records resided in Los Angeles California (which has traditionally had a large hispanic population), I know virtually nowt about the label or the group but I do seem to recall that a couple of Billy Sha-Rae´s releases were on a label with the same name.
I wonder if it is the same set-up? Enjoy!
"You Came Into My Heart"