Жанр: Surf, Western, Spy Страна: USA Год издания: 2012 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps Продолжительность: 45:32 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
01. Pedal Pusher (2:20) 02. Sea Breeze (3:16) 03. Paso De Cascabel (3:07) 04. Saguaro (3:17) 05. Little Ruby (3:14) 06. Chiqhuahuac Point (2:43) 07. Gaucho (2:14) 08. Gale Force (3:13) 09. Agave (2:31) 10. The Devil's Reef (2:23) 11. Lover's Cove (6:00) 12. La Bahia Azul (3:46) 13. Danger Zone (2:44) 14. Skee-Daddle (2:24) 15. Corrido Rock (2:20)
Surf music from Louisiana? Really? Yep, a quick listen to Rondo Hatton and you'll almost smell the salt air, feel the ocean's breeze on your face and the sand between your toes. Rondo Hatton is an all instrumental quartet based in Baton Rouge, LA. The group plays a variety of music styles including surf, spy , hot rod, westerns, TV themes , Latin and just about anything else, even polkas!
The group is fronted by guitarist Bruce Lamb, who also composes the band's original songs. His musical background includes Blugrass and Country, Blues, R & B, Cajun, Exotica and Tex-Mex Conjunto. He has backed the likes of blues greats Silas Hogan and Lazy Lester, as well as Conjunto legends Flaco Jimenez, Mingo Saldivar and Eddie "Lalo" Torres.
Guitarist Johnny Rossetti has a diverse musical background having played Country, Cajun, Blues and Swamp Pop. He was a member of David Allen Coe's road band and spent many years touring with The Copas Brothers and with Hamonica Red.
Bassist Les Leblanc has been the go to guy for groups all over Louisiana for over 40 years. Equally at home on bass, guitar and keyboards, Les has been in demand with R&B and Swamp Pop bands throughout the south.
Louisiana Music Hall of Fame inductee, Joe Miceli is the man behind the drums. Joe played with John Fred and the Playboys for years. Remember "Judy in Disguise"? It was Joe keeping the beat on this Number 1 hit. Joe has also played with the Copas Brothers as well as Sauce Picante(which featured guitarist Mike Loudermilk, son of famed songwriter John D. Loudermilk).
This is Rondo Hatton's second CD release. The first, released in the spring of 2011, featured several originals by Bruce Lamb and a mix of well known and odd ball instrumental songs. This second CD realeased in the spring of 2012 features all originals except for the the last song, a late 50's Tex-Mex rocker titled "Corrido Rock".
While Rondo Hatton has limited their performances to the Gulf Coast region, they are now branching out to the rest of the U.S. and at the same time are gaining international recognition.