Phil Little | It's Cool Man

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It's Cool Man

by Phil Little

Latin Rock with plenty of guitar and percussion referencing Afro-Cuban rhythms such as Rumba, Mozambique and Conga.
Genre: Rock: Latin Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mozambique Tom (feat. Barry Jones)
5:16 $0.69
2. Yambuitar (feat. Barry Jones)
7:28 $0.69
3. Samba Coco
6:30 $0.69
4. Conga Santiago (feat. Barry Jones & Mick Bolton)
7:51 $0.69
5. Afro Cuban Medley: Mambo / Guaguanco / Mozambique (feat. Tom Alexander)
4:47 $0.69
6. Viento del Mar
3:44 $0.69
7. Kassagbe Ya (feat. Steve Banning)
4:32 $0.69
8. Breakout (feat. Barry Jones)
8:32 $0.69
9. It's Cool Man
4:47 $0.69
10. Gate of India
7:24 $0.69
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It's Cool Man is the new album by Latin drummer and live music campaigner, Phil Little. Born in Widnes, Lancashire, Phil has been playing drums since childhood and has enjoyed performing live in a wide variety of bands for almost fifty years including playing at Liverpool's The Cavern Club in 1969. In the seventies and eighties Phil was a well known drummer on London's busy live music scene before ending up in Hastings. In 1993 Phil founded the Live Music Forum which became the principle pressure group for live music in the UK and made a great contribution to the Live Music Act 2012, which made it easier to put on live music in England and Wales than it had been for a hundred years.

Phil plays all the instruments on this album, including drums, percussion and guitars. Except for, Barry Jones - Bass on Mozambique Tom, Yambuitar, Conga Santiago and Breakout. Mick Bolton Vocals and Organ on Conga Santiago for which he also wrote the words.

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