Mike Pinto Band | The West Is Still Wild

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The West Is Still Wild

by Mike Pinto Band

A culmination of experiences and discoveries about life out west - from how wild it was, to how wild it is, and how wild it will always be.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Feet Don't Fail Me Now Mike Pinto Band & Featuring DeLa of Slightly Stoopid
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2. The West Is Still Wild Mike Pinto Band
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3. The Cool and The Deadly Mike Pinto Band
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4. Turn You On Mike Pinto Band
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5. Everything I Got Mike Pinto Band
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6. Fears and Phobias (Acoustic) Mike Pinto Band
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Album Notes
Produced by Lew Richards at 17th Street Studios in Costa Mesa, CA


Mike Pinto – Guitar, Vocals
Matt Brein – Bass, Backup Vocals
Todd Elrod – Drums, Percussion
Josh Mollé – Trombone
Max O’Leary – Trumpet


DeLa – Tenor Sax on “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now”
Juan Rios – Organ on “Turn You On”
Kat – Backup Vocals on “The Cool and The Deadly”
“The Cool and The Deadly” co-written by Tommy Dubs

COVER ART – Paul Carpenter

© 2011 Mike Pinto Band


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Singing it in the NZ (New Zealand)
Stylee. Smooth bass lines, with acustic guitar kicks, layered with silky brass, trashed by some punk.
Lovin it. now waitin on the next tune great tune hook up......