Label: Aztlan Records - AZT-1901-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Latin, Funk / Soul, Blues, Pop •
Conga Club is the poor man's Santana gone contemporary. Led by guitarist Dave Shulwho wrote all but one of the ten tracks, the band plays rock and funk spiced by latin rhythms, repetitive melodies and beats, and split their time between instrumentals and vocal tracks.
Shul is not all that psychedelic, choosing a burning, more economical bluesy electric style, fairly untreated. The strength of the band lies in their danceability.
The only soloist who stands out is pianist Ramon Lazowho gets to dig into some montuno on "What's That? Better to hear the flamenco styled "She's Phrygian," with Shul playing overdubbed acoustic and electric guitar, and the rhythm section simmering underneath, or the finale, "Is That Better? Like SantanaConga Club is from San Francisco, and it is 30 years after Carlos Santana broke through with his energetic and fresh ideas alamgamated with rock. They ask more questions than they answer, and I'd bet that in a live setting they get to stretch out more.
Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.
Features The Fate - Sapient - Eaters Volume Two: Light Tiger Lists. Streams Conga Clubbin - Conga Club - Welcome To The Conga Club All Posts. Release Date March 23, Track Listing. Welcome to the Conga Club. Dave Shul. Conga Club. Moon Man 9. The Happy Song. Oye Baby. Conga Clubbin'. What's That.
Ramon Lazo. She's Phrygian. Is That Better. Welcome to the Conga Club Dave Shul. Moon Man 9 Dave Shul. Changito Dave Shul. The Happy Song Dave Shul. Oye Baby Dave Shul. What's That Dave Shul. Angel Ramon Lazo. Is That Better Dave Shul.
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