Gato Loco | Coconino

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Coconino

by Gato Loco

A 12-piece modernist mambo machine, with big, brash and exciting arrangements from the heart of New York City.
Genre: Latin: Latin Jazz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Gato Loco Coconino -- To hear Coconino is to feel what it must have been like in those days when a travelling circus came to your backwater town; suddenly, out of the dust, there is a promise of mystery, pageantry, eroticism and violence. Seduced by the sharp edges of this relentlessly driving 12-piece dance band, you catch glimpses of impossible places, impossible times. "It is rare to hear music that makes you want to dance and whose arrangements are also a marvel of invention" (downtownmusicgallery.com)

Their debut album was recorded and released in 2009.

Featuring Stefan Zeniuk, (sax, compositions), Eric Biyondo, Jesse Selengut (trumpets), Kevin Moehringer, Rick Becker (trombones), Joe Exley (tuba), Clifton Hyde, Mike Gamble (guitars), Ari Folman-Cohen (bass), Greg Stare (drums), Brett Tyson(congas), Rich Stein (percussion), and produced by Clifton Hyde.


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