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MOCOMBO 'FLOPHOUSE DADDY'
Blues inspired music
Mocombo's fourth album the blues/jazz influenced 'Flop House Daddy' surfaced in 2005.
• Jay Scali, Guitar and Vocals
• Bobby 'Crow' Clarke, Drums and Percussion
• Kyle McKey, Guitar and Vocals
• Gerry Paquin, Blues Harmonica
• Danny Mott, Bass and Vocals
Mocombo released a blues/jazz album that features plenty of passionate instrumentals arrangements.
A 'Flop House Daddy' highlight is Jay Scali's own rendition of 'Too Many Dirty Dishes' popularized by the immortal Albert Collins.
The album presents a cross-section of different styles in addition to several original compositions. The album leads off with the swing tune 'Flop House Daddy' and continues with the funk/fusion tune ‘Liplock’. Willie Dixon and Muddy Waters covers of Hootchie Kootchie Man and I’m Ready feature Kyle McKey on vocals. Horn section parts are supplied by Sault jazz veterans trumpeter Steve Ryan and saxophonist Val Suriano.
Album Graphics: Warren Reville
Album Song List:
Flop House Daddy
Too Many Dirty Dishes
Divin' Duck Blues
Blues for Herbie
I'm Your Hoochie Coohie Man
Zubie Zubie Blues
S. S. M. Blues
Let Me Love You Baby
Flop House Boogie