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Moorish

by Mucho Mambo

Australian based Latin Big Band that blends bold, brassy riffs and driving percussion to reinvent Mambo, Big Band Salsa and Cha Cha Cha with a unique funky edge.
Genre: Latin: Big Band Latino
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1. Prelude
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2. Saca La Mano
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3. Manaju
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4. Aguardiente
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5. Dame Amor
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6. Interlude
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7. La Chica Mamey
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8. Palenque De Cimarrones
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9. La Taberna Del Tio Pepe
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10. Pachanguero
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11. Moorish
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12. Reprise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Featuring Australia's best Latin and Jazz musicians, 15 piece Latin Big Band Mucho Mambo has been blowing audiences away since their inception in 2002, with tight original arrangements, brilliant musicianship and unique retro look.
The Mucho Mambo experience is one of a kind in the music world, a truly authentic and timeless Latin Big Band. The orchestra’s dynamic and distinctive sound, world class big band arrangements and original look is reminiscent of the golden era of Latin and Jazz genres.
The explosive 15 piece Latin Big Band performs original tunes with a blend of bold, brassy riffs and driving percussion, Mucho Mambo reinvents Mambo, Big Band Salsa and Cha Cha Cha with a unique funky edge.

The Mucho Mambo experience is one of a kind in the music world, a truly authentic and timeless Latin Big Band. Mucho Mambo’s blend of bold, brassy riffs and driving percussion reinvents Mambo, Big Band Salsa and Cha Cha Cha with a unique funky edge.

“Moorish” is Mucho Mambo’s 2nd album with original tunes that take big band arrangements and bring them to the 21st century, mixing in elements of Funk and Jazz to move Latin music forward with a new distinctive sound.

Mucho Mambo’s big brass arrangements build on the classic orchestrations and cool old style Latin grooves rhythms of the 1950’s and 1960’s, Mambo, Cha Cha Cha and Salsa.

"For nine years Sydney's Mucho Mambo have been creating sounds inspired by the supple dance grooves of Cuba's Latin-Jazz orchestras from the 1950s and '60s. The music is played with flawless conviction and great panache. This was delightful music in its heyday and sounds like it was invented yesterday when played by Mucho Mambo"
Sydney Morning Herald

“This 15 piece Sydney ensemble has really captured the sound and spirit of Cuban Big Band music of the 1950s and 60s on their new album, which lovingly recreates the arrangements of this very danceable collection of 19 Cuban favourites. Mucho Mambo are uncanny in the way they recreate the complex but always joyfully danceable sounds of Cuban Big Bands of the 1950s and 1960s. So much work in there...to make so much fun!”
Radio National Australia

“One could consider the music of Mucho Mambo in a number of different ways - cultural, social, historical - but most of all, it's quite simply a lot of fun. When the band hits its stride, I defy anyone to remain motionless. Mucho Mambo has something for your head and something for your feet.”
Music Forum Magazine

“A great new album from this exciting 15 piece band has an energetic vibe with a huge brass sound, amazing jazzy arrangements and the full spectrum of Latin rhythms with some inventive interludes.”
Eastside Radio, Sydney

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