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Dos Coyotes

by Dos Coyotes

Scottsdale's Dos Coyotes - a k a Mark Tait and Gene Smeed - call their style south of the border adult contemporary, withjust a touch of Tejano, on their debut EP. Instead, their slick sound is a fusion of Nashville country and pop-rock. Lead singer Mark
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1. Mambo to Cabo
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2. Senorita
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3. Tejano Cowboy
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4. Down in Houston
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5. Senorita - dance mix
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Scottsdale, Arizona - DOS COYOTES - Southern rock duo hits it! DOS COYOTES writes the kind of songs fans most appreciates...feel good, escapist lyrics and catchy music with emotional south of the border themes. Originating from Scottsdale, Arizona, the duo consists of Mark Tait(lead singer/songwriter/guitar) and Gene Smeed(singer/songwriter/guitar).

Their music brings a blend of rockabilly and adult contemporary blend sweet/hip today sound that doesn't sound like " a song by committee" that fills up radio these days. These guys aren't your typical artists- They both write their own songs, play guitar and sing...a dynamic getting tougher and tougher to find. .

DOS COYOTES signature song, "Mambo to Cabo" is a upbeat song that kick's off the south of the border music wave by transporting the listener to believe and dream they can live like - movie stars - in Cabo, where life consists of beaches, romance and living the laid back lifestyle in Cabo. The CD includes the hard driving song Tejano Cowboy - a song about a DJ and a woman under his spell, Houston, Senorita - about popping the question and finally -the Senorita dance mix.

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CONTACT: Ken Mary - Producer - 480-837-7771 sonic fish productions or Mark Tait @ 480.250.9888.


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The Rep - The Arizona Republic

Dos Coyotes slick sound is a fusion of Nashville country and pop-rock eclecticis
Kerry Lengel
The Arizona Republic
March 15, 2001

Dos Coyotes


Dos Coyotes

(Lips Records)

Scottsdale's Dos Coyotes - a k a Mark Tait and Gene Smeed - call their style "Mexican surf music," but there's nary an echo of Dick Dale, and just a touch of Tejano, on their debut EP. Instead, their slick sound is a fusion of Nashville country and pop-rock eclecticism.

Featuring Paul McDermand on steel drums, the opening Mambo to Cabo is a twangy tribute to Jimmy Buffett (with a horn lick lifted from Paul Simon's You Can Call Me Al). The Southwestern-sounding Señorita demonstrates a distinct Pistoleros influence, Tejano Cowboy comes off as a hard-driving country version of Dire Straits, and Missing You in Houston has a Willie Nelson-esque Western feel.

The surprise ending is a horn-drenched dance remix of Señorita that will have country fans quaking in their boots with disco dread. And that in itself is reason enough to give Dos Coyotes a thumbs-up.

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Johnny C

Country radio is missing out on Dos Coyotes, its electric and fun!
Country radio is missing out on Dos Coyotes.Its electric and fun! If the music industry wasn't what it was, these guys sould be a household name already in the USA. The music is up to the minute, the vocals are a cross between Garth and Bob Segar and the message is Jimmy Buffet.

Johnny C.