Ry Cooder and Manuel Galban - late 50's Cuban fused with American pop.
Mostly recorded at Egrem Studios, Habana, Cuba, 2002.
This isn't going away.
Manuel Galban has a new - one minus the Cooder influence - that is very tasty.
He finished it shortly before passing at age 80.
- Mas quajiro que la palma.
My บาท is on the first one.
All week commuting music
This morning, It Still Moves.
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Death Cab for Cutie appears on their first album 'Gorilla', but I would I recommend the excellent 'Dog's Life' set of all the band's albums, available on Amazon for as little as $11.90.
The Bonzos used to be the house band on a very anarchic children's TV show in the UK in the late 60s called 'Do Not Adjust Your Set'. This bunch of spaced out lunatics had a profound effect on the young badger. Neil Innes of course went on to become a celebrated Python (most of the Pythons appeared on DNAYS). Viv Stanshall is a lost and still much lamented genius.
I only caught the line death cab for cutie lately. Does that band actually have albums?
mostly i can not stop listening to Denver 11/21/73 road trips disk 2, George Crumb Voice of the Whale, Aerosmith live from central park 1975(what can i say its summer), and honestly at least twice a day along with denver' paul kantner and grace's sunfighter. I cant get enough of the tower of power horns!