Un Jaguar en el Agua

A horn-rich dance groove with a good dose of Californiana. The imagery is inspired by the joy-filled skeletons of el Dia de Los Muertos. These calacas – a colloquial Mexican word for skeleton – are whimsical celebrations of those on…

Un Jaguar en el Agua

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A horn-rich dance groove with a good dose of Californiana.

The imagery is inspired by the joy-filled skeletons of el Dia de Los Muertos. These calacas – a colloquial Mexican word for skeleton – are whimsical celebrations of those on the “other side”.

The lyrics are inspired by the strength and beauty of the largest wild cat in the Western Hemisphere.

Inspirado en la fuerza y la belleza del gato salvaje más grande del hemisferio occidental.

Inspiré par la force et la beauté du plus grand chat sauvage de l’hémisphère occidental.

CREDITS:
Johny Blood: tuba
Ray Fernandez: saxophones
Ian Luke: drums
Maggie “Mags” Martin: accordionist, vocals, composer, fearless leader
Mark Nemoyten: trumpet
Tim “SepTIMus” Sarter: bass
Ned Stone: trombone
Gary “GDub” Wium: guitars

Illustration: Dale Horstman https://dalehortsman.com
Recorded at Wally Sound, Oakland, California https://wallysound.com

Released February 14, 2020
Listen to it in hi-fi quality at our BandCamp:
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LYRICS:
¡Mira!
Hay un jaguar
¡Cuidado!
Es fuerte y tiene hambre

¡Mira!
Que gata audaz
¡Cuidado!
Mata de un solo golpe

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