VERDE MAS ALLA JENNY AND THE MEXICATS FREE DOWNLOAD

VERDE MAS ALLA JENNY AND THE MEXICATS FREE DOWNLOAD

Ome is a fantastic fusion of rhythms, that varies from feel good dance-able songs to moments of sensitive and timeless musical expression. Jenny and the Mexicats – Verde Mas alla. The latter of which Jenny recorded alone with her guitar. For high numbers sales, this independant band went Gold with their first album and just recently released their second album ‘Ome’ en autumn The nature of their instrumentation and the style of music of Jenny and the Mexicats allows them to play from the biggest shows to the smallest shows. After a brief spell signed to an English record label Jenny and the Mexicats decided that in order to protect their sound and to be able to grow in a more natural way, they wanted to be independant and so Mexicat Records was born.

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Listen to Verde Mas alla. The nature of the instruments and way of composing of Jenny and the Mexicats opens a lot of doors to switch between genres and be able play whatever they feel in that moment and makes for some very fun live shows.

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mrxicats After a brief spell signed to an English record label Jenny and the Mexicats decided that in order to protect their sound and to be able verde mas alla jenny and the mexicats grow in a more natural way, they wanted to be independant and so Mexicat Records was born. There is a song dedicated to the bands dogs, ‘Sasha y Esteban’ and included is ‘Even it Out’, a classic earlier song from the band that many wished to hear in their first record but was not recorded till the second.

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The latter of which Jenny recorded alone with her guitar. For high numbers sales, this independant band went Gold with their first album and just recently released their second album ‘Ome’ en autumn Continental Club S Congress Ave.

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Friday, March 18 They rehearsed nonstop for two months in the same Flamenco tablao they had met in, Jenny spoke no Spanish and David no English so it was left down to the universal love for creating music and some expert translating from the two Mexicans to bring it all together Artists Verde mas alla jenny and the mexicats Speakers Tracks Shortcuts.

They began alls more and more gigs and touring the whole of Spain. The nature of their instrumentation and the style of music of Jenny and the Mexicats allows them to play from the biggest shows to the smallest shows.

The closest thing to a drummer they could find mexciats They ane to Spain and continued in the same manner in which they had begun. Playing both in Jazz and Classical bands as well as orchestras most of her life, she had an ear and a love for music. Icho contacted the best guitar player he knew – Pantera, a flamenco guitarist, whom Icho had known all ans life and shared previous bands with, including a a Rockabilly band in Spain.

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Venue Info Age Policy: Jenny and the Mexicats. Their musical roots had variety and spice and Jenny immediately fell in love with the combination of Flamenco, Acoustic Folk and Rockabilly and began writing constantly. Their first gig was to be Wonderland, a small annual anx in the UK that raises money for cancer research, where Jenny had previously performed solo. Thanks to our sponsors Music sponsor Interactive sponsor.

Ome is a fantastic fusion of rhythms, that varies from feel good dance-able songs to moments of sensitive and timeless musical expression. A fusion of nationalities and personalities, the band’s story is a little unusual and more of an accidental occurrence rather than a planned adventure.

Jenny and the Mexicats – Verde Mas alla. Jenny began playing the trumpet aged 7 and began singing at 15, alongside teaching herself to play the guitar. The closest thing to a drummer they could find was David, the Spanish Cajon player extraordinaire, whom Pantera had played with in a Flamenco band.

In search of something new, Jenny fell right into place in Spain, decided she wanted to call it home and set about starting a band.