COKE ESCOVEDO - COMIN’ AT YA!

COKE ESCOVEDO

COMIN' AT YA!

1LP

Joseph Thomas Escovedo, better known as Coke Escovedo, was an American percussionist who played in several genres, including jazz fusion, R&B, and soul. In 1976 he released his second solo studio album Comin' At Ya!, which counts 11 Latin rooted tracks and was produced by the synthesizer pioneer Patrick Gleeson.

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  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • 1976 jazz-funk, latin and disco album by the former Santana percussionist
  • Produced by synthesizer pioneer Patrick Gleeson
  • Featuring the classic and much sampled track “I Wouldn't Change A Thing”, “The Breeze And I” and “Fried Neck Bones And Home Fries”
Catalog # : MOVLP3062 Format : 1 LP, 180 gram Releasedate : September 02 2022
Barcode : 0600753948057 Sleeve : 3mm Original Release : 1976 

Side A

1. Diamond Dust/Vida
2. Something So Simple
3. Stay With Me
4. Hangin' On
5. Somebody's Callin'

Side B

1. The Breeze And I
2. Runaway
3. I Wouldn't Change A Thing
4. Backseat
5. Everything Is Coming Our Way
6. Fried Neck Bones And Home Fries

Joseph Thomas Escovedo, better known as Coke Escovedo, was an American percussionist who played in several genres, including jazz fusion, R&B, and soul. Escovedo played with great names such as Cal Tjader and was a member of Santana and Azteca.

In 1976 he released his second solo studio album Comin' At Ya!, which counts 11 Latin rooted tracks and was produced by the synthesizer pioneer Patrick Gleeson, who also did several successful soundtracks and worked with greats such as Herbie Hancock. The album features vocals by Courtial singer Errol Knowles and also a guest performance by tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson. The album became highly influential and was sampled many times, including by Eric B. & Rakim, MF Doom and Moby amongst others.

 

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • 1976 jazz-funk, latin and disco album by the former Santana percussionist
  • Produced by synthesizer pioneer Patrick Gleeson
  • Featuring the classic and much sampled track “I Wouldn't Change A Thing”, “The Breeze And I” and “Fried Neck Bones And Home Fries”