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Albums by Cato Salsa Experience

Track length:2:36
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Pj.Harvey
Performer: Cato Salsa - Guitar, Vocals
Bård Enerstad - Guitar,Organ,Thermin,Vocals
Christian Engfelt - Bass
Jon Magne Riise - Drums
Mats Gustafsson - Saxophones
Ingebrigt Flaten - Doublebass
Paal N. Love - Drums
Producer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: experimental
Jazz
Rock
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Hothead music ltd.
ISRC: NOSTS0604010
Track length:4:12
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Gerry Roslie
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: experimental
Jazz
Rock
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Valet BMI
ISRC: NOSTS0604020
Track length:1:41
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Jon Magne Riise
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Copyright Control
ISRC: NOSTS0604030
Track length:6:01
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Mats Gustafsson
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: experimental
Jazz
Rock
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Copyright Control
ISRC: NOSTS0604040
Track length:5:39
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Richard Berry
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: jazz, rock, experimental
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Limax Music inc.
ISRC: NOSTS0604050
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You ain´t gonna know me ´cos you think … You ain´t gonna know me ´cos you think you know me 5:30     Add € 1.50
Track length:5:30
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Mongezi Feza
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: jazz, rock, experimental
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Ogun Publishing co
ISRC: NOSTS0604060
Track length:7:36
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Alva Melin
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: jazz, rock, experimental
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Copyright Control
ISRC: NOSTS0604070
Track length:4:04
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: James Blodd Ulmer
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: jazz, rock, experimental
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: ASCAP
ISRC: NOSTS0604080
Track length:6:51
Artist: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Author: Rorschach/interior
Performer: Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee
Genre: jazz, rock, experimental
Studio: recorded at Grand Sport Studios by H.P. Haugli-Mixed by Frncis Moon 2006/2006
Publisher: Illegal songs inc
ISRC: NOSTS0604090

Two Bands and a Legend is:
The Thing with Joe McPhee and Cato Salsa Experience.

The meeting between The Thing and Cato Salsa Experience started at the Kongsberg Jazzfestival in Norway in 2004, when The Thing was offered the chance to invite their favorite rock band Cato Salsa Experience, for a special collaboration. The show was a success and this also led to the critically acclaimed EP “Sounds Like A Sandwich” on Smalltown Superjazzz. It was immediately decided that the two bands and the legend should go into studio to record a fullenght album. The result is the self titled album “Two Bands And A Legend”. On the album the bands do their own versions of tracks like “Who The Fuck” by PJ Harvey, “Baby Talk” by James Blood Ulmer among others. The CD is the perfect pairing of the dirty 60s influenced free-jazz that of The Thing and the raw and minimalistic garage rock of Cato Salsa Experience. Most tracks on this album was recorded in one take only with no overdubs.

Liner notes by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth says it all:

Is this superjazz?
Does The Thing want to rock the fuck out?
Is Paal Nilssen a love machine?
Do Cato & Bård rip the shit outta guitar?
When McPhee & Gustafsson intro guitar to “Louie, Louie” do you know it’s the best throwdown yet of that klassick since Black Flag?
Does PJ Harvey rule and do these guys love her?
Do we blast through hate?
Mongezi Feza, man - total beautiful African sweet charge, can you drink this to the boss rock zone playlist?
Does Alva Melin’s groove jam “The Nut” destroy yr mind b4 ignition to free life 4-ever?
And will you thank the rock n roll gods for that love groove coda?
Can you shout out James Blood Ulmer!?
Can you shout out James Blood Ulmer rules supreme and heavy and these cats blow a masterful “Baby Talk”?
Are you cramped?
Can you find yr mind?
Can you shake yr ass?
Is it Nation Time!?

This CD answers all those questions and the answer resounds: YYYYYYYYYESSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!

I shit you not.

thurston moore - western massachusetts - 2005

About Cato Salsa Experience:

The meeting between The Thing and Cato Salsa Experience started at the Kongsberg Jazzfestival in Norway in 2004, when The Thing was offered the chance to invite their favorite rock band Cato Salsa Experience, for a special collaboration. The show was a success and this also led to the critically acclaimed EP “Sounds Like A Sandwich” on Smalltown Superjazzz. It was immediately decided that the two bands and the legend should go into studio to record a fullenght album. The result is the self titled album “Two Bands And A Legend”. On the album the bands do their own versions of tracks like “Who The Fuck” by PJ Harvey, “Baby Talk” by James Blood Ulmer among others. The CD is the perfect pairing of the dirty 60s influenced free-jazz that of The Thing and the raw and minimalistic garage rock of Cato Salsa Experience. Most tracks on this album was recorded in one take only with no overdubs.

Liner notes by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth says it all:

Is this superjazz? View artist profile