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The Black Cat Bone

The Black Cat Bone

The Black Cat Bone


The Black Cat Bone is the force and intensity of Classic Rock, the legend and passion of the Blues and the honesty and tradition of Country music. TBCB MUSIC released the band's first effort on last october, 2005. The album entitled "The Black Cat Bone", includes 11 original songs plus a country rendition of Preston Foster's "I got my mojo working". “The Black Cat Bone”, TBCB’s NEW ALBUM-KOMA TBCB’s return to the Colombian national rock Read more on Last.fm
The Black Cat Bone is the force and intensity of Classic Rock, the legend and passion of the Blues and the honesty and tradition of Country music. TBCB MUSIC released the band's first effort on last october, 2005. The album entitled "The Black Cat Bone", includes 11 original songs plus a country rendition of Preston Foster's "I got my mojo working". “The Black Cat Bone”, TBCB’s NEW ALBUM-KOMA TBCB’s return to the Colombian national rock scene began in November 2009 with the recording sessions for their second album with German Villacorta as producer alongside Juan David Bernal. The four musicians of TBCB Mauricio Leguízamo, Juan David Bernal, Luis Fernando Garcia and Andres Garzón began the final phase of a sabbatical year in which the band found its musical essence. These were months of intense creativity, reflection and a rest from the great moment where, between 2005 and 2008, the band was on top of the national rock scene. This pause, which meant a redirection in the band’s musical concept, found a quick echo in the genius of Germán Villacorta, Peruvian producer and engineer based in Los Angeles, whose credits range from Ozzy Osbourne, Stone Temple Pilots and Rolling Stones among others, in diverse roles as recording and mixing engineer.

Villacorta understood the meaning of what TBCB wanted resulting in one of the best records in the history of Colombian rock. In February 2010, the single “Let it die” opened way to KOMA, the band’s second studio album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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