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Trio Mundo Rides Again at Sweet Rhythm Sept. 10-11 (Fri-Sat)

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Trio Mundo appearing at Sweet Rhythm
Sept. 10-11 (Fri-Sat) 8 PM/ 10 PM / midnite
88 Seventh Ave. South / NYC / 212-255-3626

Trio Mundo features the great percussionist Manolo Badrena, guitarist Dave Stryker, bassist Andy McKee, and special guest Saxophonist Steve Slagle.

Celebrating the release of thier new CD
Trio Mundo
Rides Again
ZOHO ZM 200410
STREET DATE: September 7, 2004

Two years after Trio Mundo's first release Carnaval, we “Ride Again" with this new recording. This project was conceived to feature the incredible spirit and rhythms of the one-and-only Manolo Badrena, and since that time two years ago, we have continued to work as a band around New York and in Europe. We recorded this new CD in February 2004, after playing a weekend at Sweet Rhythm, the famous jazz club in Greenwich Village, in New York City. Along with Andy McKee on bass, we were joined by our special guest - the fourth member of our trio - Steve Slagle on sax and flute.

This time out, Manolo makes his recorded debut on drum set, as well as his incredible arsenal of percussion, nylon-string guitar, and vocals. We feel that this CD is an even better document of Trio Mundo as a real working band, with all original tracks recorded live in the studio and everyone contributing songs this time around. Listening to this music, I think we captured some of the joy and fun of Trio Mundo led by Manolo

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