Immediate download of 5-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Cascadia '10's debut EP.
Includes immediate download of 5-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Produced by Cascadia '10
Recorded live at Jack Straw Studios for KEXP's "Sonarchy"
Recording Engineer: Doug Haire
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Recorded live at KUOW Studios for KBCS's "Music of Africa" show
Recording Engineer: Doug Paterson
Mastering: Mell Dettmer
Post-Production Mixing: Tracy Ferrara
Design & Artwork © 2011 Heliosarts
released 27 July 2011
- Tracy Ferrara (Tenor Sax)
- Mike "Moose" Barber (Trumpet)
- Jon Ryser (Baritone Sax)
- Bucket (Bass)
- JJ Moon (Guitar)
- Steve Steele (Guitar)
- Bele Bele (Percussion)
- Jayson Powell (Congas & Percussion)
- Andy Sells (Drums)
© 2011 Cascadia '10
All songs by Cascadia ’10 except:
“Moon Go-Go” written by Liam Blodgett, arranged by Liam Blodgett and Cascadia ’10
and “Gobo” written by Steve Steele, arranged by Steve Steele and Cascadia ’10
Cascadia '10 is the echo of Afrobeat in the Pacific Northwest with sound resonating from Lagos to Seattle. A small army of experienced musicians brings this hypnotic rhythm straight to your hips and feet. Several members of C'10 also perform in; Marmalade, Soul Senate, & Fascination Nation; and have performed in Swamp Mama Johnson, Altered States of Funk, Sly Lothario, SuperKali & FCS North.
Opening for international acts such as Sierra Leone's Refugee All-Stars and Garaj Mahal, Cascadia '10 is enjoying putting the Emerald City on the world music map. The songs of C'10 are original pieces but find their inspiration in the rich legacy of Fela Kuti, Femi & Seun Kuti, Tony Allen, and the wellspring of music throughout western Africa.
They are currently playing various NW venues and annual events including The World Rhythm Festival, Folklife, Fremont Solstice Fair, The Comet Tavern, Nectar and a monthly residency at the Seamonster Lounge where you can find them having fun bringing their twist to the Afrobeat style. With this many horns, guitars and big funky rhythm section, a C'10 show is definitely one for the dancing shoes!
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