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Second official release of Compro Oro: a four track EP released in coproduction with W.E.R.F. Records.
- With “Transatlantic” the Ghent based latin jazz collective Compro Oro released their catchy debut in 2015. The band explored traditional latin and Cuban rhythms intermingled with wild guitar riffs and exotic vibraphone infusions. Their recent EP “Bombarda” digs deeper into several ethnic music traditions and leaves the audience dancing on dark grooves with a tinge of psychedelica.
Don’t expect a merry salsa gang or mini skirt dancers sipping cuba libre’s in the “noche caliente”-atmosphere of touristic Havana. Compro Oro offers wild, profound and uncanny flavours, slowly fermented in some dingy slum’s basement.
A track like ‘Miami was a nice place in the 80s’ takes you to a dark sweaty beach bar, while ‘Ababa Boogie’ and ‘Greetings from the colony’ evoke a jungle trip on LSD.
Or: a twang-American, psychedelic underground road trip to Africa, the Middle East and the Americas.
Arranged by Compro Oro
Congas and percussion by Robbe Kieckens
Drums by Frederik Van Den Berghe
Electric bass by Matthias Debusschere
Guitar an effects by Bart Vervaeck
Mastered by Frederik Dejongh
Mixed by Frederik Segers
Recorded and mixed by Michael Benson
Sleeve and design by Jelle Martens
Vibraphone, marimba, percussion and written by Wim TJ Segers
A1 Ababa Boogie
B1 Greetings From The Colony
B2 Miami Was A Nice Place In The 80ies