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The Hi-Fly Orchestra - Mambo Atomico (2008)

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The Hi-Fly Orchestra - Mambo Atomico (2008)
Artist: The Hi-Fly Orchestra
Title Of Album: Mambo Atomico
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Tramp Records
Country: Germany
Genre: Jazz / Latin
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 46:19 min
Full Size: 304 MB


01. Carioquinha (4:43)
02. Polonesa (3:37)
03. Crosstown Traffic (3:25)
04. Mrs Shing-a-Ling (4:16)
05. Hi Fly Stomp (3:20)
06. Mambo Atomico (6:14)
07. Afro-Boo (4:39)
08. Chove Chuva (3:49)
09. Gettin' Down (3:59)
10. The New B! (4:52)
11. Sp Samba (3:22)

Band Members:

Florian Riedl - sax, flute;
Johannes Herrlich - trombone;
Christian Gall - piano;
Jerker Kluge - bass;
Hajo von Hadln - drums;
Norbert Kupper - percussion.

The Hi-Fly Orchestra means all-acoustic jazz with a totally infectious and heavy dancegroove that always get the crowd on the floor. The great sound of 60's jazz, latin and samba, returning to its grooviest roots! THFO was founded in 2005 by Jerker Kluge and Florian Riedl. Though played by young musicians, who are influenced by all kinds of todays music, the intent was to create music that sounds as hip as the classic jazz records of the blue note era. Music to dance, without Dj's, electronics or samples, just pure acoustic music! The heavy and rough rhythms are played by drums, double-bass, congas and piano, supporting the wonderful horn-lines by sax and trombone. The high musicality of the 6 members of THFO and the original sound of their instruments assure the most authentic perfomance with absolute high-energy playing! THE RECORDING The debut album "Samboogaloo" is released on CD by Ajabu and on LP by Tramp Records. The tunes are recorded live on 8-track tape recorder, delivering an authentic and original sound.

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