Category: Rock

  1. Zulugal Reply
    “Bongo Rock” is a flawless album, every song on the original LP and the expanded reissue is good. Since most of the songs are covers, including “Satisfaction”, “Ina-Gadda-Da-Vidda”, and “Apache”, the album provides a familiar listen while showing off the incredible musicianship of the band.
  2. Mazugrel Reply
    Bongo Rock, an Album by The Incredible Bongo Band. Released 14 November on Mr Bongo (catalog no. MRBCD ; CD). Genres: Funk.
  3. Tojazragore Reply
    Dec 08,  · Liner notes from back cover: The Incredible Bongo Band is a blend of many multi-talented people. All of the musicians who contributed to the making of this album cannot be listed because of their contractual ties to other labels/5(26).
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    Dec 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Incredible Bongo Band - Last Bongo in Belgium YouTube Incredible Bongo Band - Bongo Rock (Full Album Stream) - Duration: Mr Bongo , views.
  5. Zulkijora Reply
    Incredible Bongo Band - Bongo Rock () "Unlikely godfathers of hip-hop, the Incredible Bongo Band was a revolving-door group of studio musicians led by bongo player Michael Viner, who by day worked as an executive at the MGM label and ran its short-lived Pride subsidiary.
  6. Digis Reply
    Incredible Bongo Band was the brain child of prolific film and record producer Michael Viner, put together in to supplement the soundtrack to the virtually anonymous B-Movie film The Thing With Two Heads. They went from a loose studio collective to an instrumental pop covers consortium, interpreting classics of the day in their own.
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    Incredible Bongo Band - Return of the Incredible Bongo Band - boygarpcesapipatouskontgetdispcorte.coinfo Music LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Incredible Bongo Band (Artist) Format: Vinyl. 5 Return of the Incredible Bongo Band by Incredible Bongo Band Vinyl $ Only 1 5/5(1).
  8. Mogul Reply
    The band's output consisted of instrumental music in the funk genre, characterised by the prominence of bongo drums and also conga drums. Although the band released two albums, 's Bongo Rock and 's Return of the Incredible Bongo Band, the band is best known for its cover of "Apache", a song originally made popular by The Shadows.