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The Budos Band II

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Customer Reviews

Kudos to Budos

This album is a must buy. If you have never heard of this band you are missing out!! This album has great hooks and it keeps you in a trance from beginning to end. There live show is where you really get to see a great teamwork without cutting out their individuality. If you do not buy this album Chuck Norris will roundhouse kick you until you do!!!!!!

the return of the budos

The Budos Band on this album have shown why they are winning over so many people with their infectious rhythm.They bring so much depth with there instrumentation on this album.Whether it be Mike Deller killing on the organ solo in Chicago Falcon or the dark tone of the Trumpets and the Flute on Adeniji.Anyone can come in and enjoy any song on this album,its just that good.

Deep in tha groove

Oh man this album is so good, I have not even had it a week and its already a classic in my collection. Recorded at the Daptone studios so you know it sounds money. They have a sort of deep funk with an afrobeat style and verbed out horns, great breakbeats, its all there man.


Formed: Staten Island, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Staten Island-based Afro-beat, soul-jazz, and funk instrumental ensemble, the Budos Band came together at a jam session hosted by Brooklyn's Afro-beat kings, Antibalas. Specializing in horn-driven world roots funk, the band has a somewhat fluctuating lineup that includes David Guy and Andrew Greene on trumpet, Cochemea Gastelum on tenor sax, Jared Tankel on baritone sax, Daisy Sugarman on flute, Thomas Brenneck on guitar, Robert Lombardo on congas, Mike Deller on organ, Vincent Balestrino on tambourine...
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