Gumbo Diablo | The Gods We Were Before

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The Gods We Were Before

by Gumbo Diablo

Genre: World: Zydeco
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1. Spirits of Louisian'
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2. Cumbia Oscura
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4:04 $0.99
3. Little Discomforts
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3:57 $0.99
4. Let Me Be the One
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5:03 $0.99
5. The Hard Sell
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6. Building Altars
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7. Do the Math
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8. Silverfish
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9. Make Me Lose My Mind
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10. My Only Request
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11. O Fole Roncou
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Gumbo Diablo is a Boston-based quintet specializing in a sound they call pan-Americana – roots rock that crosses borders and boundaries. Mixing traditions such as zydeco and r&b from Louisiana, cumbia from Colombia, forro from Brazil, and more modern blues and rock, they have been amazing audiences since 2009 with their unique live performances. With a sound driven by soulful vocals, accordions, guitar, bass, drums, and percussion, Gumbo Diablo has the versatility to pack the dance floor, captivate a rock club, or hold court in a small restaurant.

“Gumbo Diablo is a rollicking, boisterous, and unapologetic band whose sound runs the gamut from folk to dancey pop to the occasional sweet, slow, old-timey waltz. When you see them live, expect to be surprised–and please don’t forget your dancing shoes”
ADWOA GYIMAH-BREMPONG - Tea Party Boston

"In a flooded field of local bands, Gumbo Diablo sticks out and retains fans with their originality and dependability."
SARAH JOHNSON - The Diverse Arts Project


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