Diego's Umbrella | Kung Fu Palace

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Kung Fu Palace

by Diego's Umbrella

A pleasant blend of Acoustic Spanish Surf Rock and Mexican Pirate Bowling Alley Music.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. Drinking In Spanish
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2. The Revenge of Wilmot
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3. Never Hit the Ground
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4. Cielito Lindo
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5. Julianna
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4:04 $0.99
6. Theme of the Mexican Ninja
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3:08 $0.99
7. Kung Fu Fondu
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3:52 $0.99
8. Rose of Jerico
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4:21 $0.99
9. Sonata in F Major
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10. Waltz of Anne-Marie
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11. The Last Stand
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Album Notes
Diego’s Umbrella is a San Francisco-based quartet that has been acclaimed as the harbinger of “Spanish Surf Rock.” The group was founded in Santa Cruz around 1999 and immediately gained notoriety within the thriving surfing community after releasing its debut album. Subsequently its members relocated their base to San Francisco, where their popularity and fan base has continued to grow as Diego’s Umbrella exposes its unique blend of Latin, Acoustic Rock, Pop, and Flamenco to audiences of all types.

The musical prowess of the musicians who comprise Diego’s Umbrella is evident in their searing Latin-based grooves. The novelty of their sound is heightened by their incorporation of instruments such as nylon-stringed Spanish guitar and upright bass, which augments the richness of their music. Yet it is their interminable sense of humor that really makes their distinctive sonic blend all the more palatable, and this humor is one of a range of emotions which is manifested on this latest release, “Kung Fu Palace.”


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Catchy, hooks you within the first few seconds.
Diego's Umbrella is a catchy fun album that is pleasantly addictive. The songs will be floating in your head long after the stereo is turned off. Muy bien gentlemen.


Excellent music for a laid-back mood
Excellent music to relax to, at the same time it has an energizing effect. Definitely the top of the Spanish surf/ Mexican pirate genre

John Anaya

A Great New Sound
Truly, a band that exemplifies art and courage. A masterpiece of blended styles that leaves the listener satisfied that this band really means it! Strange, Fun, Dancable and even Dramatic, if you like Sublime or Buena Vista Social Club, you will like this!!


I enjoy listen to that CD but listen to Diego's umbrella LIVE is more fun!


love it!