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@ManoDeDiosMusic | Sleep through the morning light : 23 January - CD Release


To celebrate the release of 'Sleep through the morning light', Mano de Dios will be serving drinks, telling tales and playing tracks on a big green bus on the corner of Dean street and Old Compton street, Soho from 4pm onwards.Come and join us!
Venue: Corner of Old Compton Street and Dean Street, Soho, London, Dean Street
Time : 16:00 until 21:30

Containing last year’s singles ‘Why do we do it?’ and ‘Mandinga’ and the forthcoming single ‘Need Some Light’ it also contains a host of other ‘rumbas, paso dobles and Spanish language songs’ (Press Release here). Available on all the usual mediums (Spotify, itunes etc) you can download it pre-release on Amazon on Sunday or pre order a physical copy now from HMV or CD Universe. It is also on release on Distribution 13 in the US. Thank you Lopa at BBC Radio 3 and Rita at SOAS Radio for previewing it and to every one of you involved.
 

Mano de Dios
Jackson Scott has played guitar since he could stand upright. His passion for flamenco and gypsy music was inspired by his upbringing near Seville and travels through India. In 2007 he met Cuban bass player Jimmy Martinez and Roberto Ares, who had recently returned from studying percussion in Brazil. Together they formed 'Mano de Dios' - a pun on Maradona's famous excuse – joined later by Sky Murphy, playing guitar and trombone. The result is a rugged blend of flamenco, punk, blues, rumba and samba. 

 

They have been described as 'The Spanish Pogues' and the 'Indie Gypsy Kings'. In 2008, Mano recorded their first EP with Queen producer, Josh Macrae. Picked up later, by legendary producer Youth, their new recordings see them moving in a more 'gypsy punk' direction. Eclectic by nature, Mano have played everywhere from The Secret Garden Party and Glastonbury to the Guggenheim museum. They have supported Roxy Music, The Peth, Shaggy and The Clash's Mick Jones.


*** Album cover / photo appears courtesy of David Yeo (www.davidyeo.co.uk) ***

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