CBC | Miami to Rio

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Miami to Rio

by CBC

A fusion of traditional Caribbean & South American styles, combined with the modern International flava of Pop/Rock & Dance.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Run From You
3:41 album only
2. Say It
5:05 album only
3. My Rights
3:49 album only
4. Honey Money
3:27 album only
5. Gimme Time
3:30 album only
6. If You Want Me
4:34 album only
7. Love Zone
3:39 album only
8. Jamaica Calling
4:32 album only
9. Boy From Rio
3:47 album only
10. Mumbo Jumbo
3:24 album only


Album Notes
The trio CBC was formed in 1997, to create the CD titled, Miami to Rio. Blending the unique styles of Crawford Webb, as lead male vocalist from Trinidad & Tobago, Brooke Deam, as female lead vocalist, from the Gold Coast of Australia & Ches Haynes, as producer and back-up vocalist from Barbados.

The compilation album Miami to Rio is a fusion of traditional Caribbean & South American styles, combined with the modern International flava of Pop/Rock & Dance. Together their cultural influences are a subtle yet feverish resemblance to Carnival's across the world. The smooth velvet tones of Brooke's young, soulful, voice against the rough edge of the flamboyant vocals of Crawford, are tied nicely together with the sweet harmonies of Ches.

Festive, easy listening for the rhythm & soul within you.

Unfortunately, this was the first and only album for the trio CBC, due to Ches Haynes, decision to further his focus on production instead of performance.

So in 1998 Crawford Webb & Brooke Deam the remainders of the trio, decided to continue they're venture as a duo under the stage name of 'KULAZ' and have been performing to the masses of the Australian public since.

With their dedication to commercializing the traditional carnival sounds of Soca, in 2001 they were granted air play & a live radio interview from Sir Charles 102.FM Trinidad & Tobago, with their single "Please Just Go" a melodic Pop/Soca.

The support & interest of Kulaz music in Trinidad was outstanding to the point that two of their original songs, Runnin' & Feels Like, had an enquiry in the terms of selling, to one of Trinidad's new soca sensations Naya George & Invasion. Watch out for their up coming debut album.

It's bound to surprise & hypnotize you!



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