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Brave Combo, A Night on Earth

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1585971

Disk length: 38m 13s (14 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1990

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. A Night on Earth 2:48
2. Don't Ever Dance with Maria 3:32
3. Hora Bialik 1:36
4. Do Something Different 2:21
5. Two Marys 3:06
6. Dulcecita 3:28
7. Jealousy 3:38
8. Laura 2:31
9. What is This Darkness 3:17
10. Italian Medley # 1 3:10
11. Italian Medley #2 1:41
12. Hey There 2:33
13. Linda Guerita 1:53
14. Saxophone, Why Do You Weep? 2:34

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Ostensibly Brave Combo is a Texas polka band, but of course, things are not always what they seem. BC is equally at home with cumbia, tango, Japanese pop, and Balkan beats, exploding out of a song like circus clowns from a car. A Night On Earth includes one of their best and funniest songs, "Do Something Different," a Midwest-style polka complete with a rollicking horn section and an uproarious set of lyrics delivered in hoarse call and response. There's a cha-cha-cha from the Broadway show Pajama Game ("Hey there, you with the stars in your eyes") and the classic schmaltz tango "Jealousy," delivered totally straight, with tongue firmly in cheek. For a band with a dozen records to their credit, this one is definitely in their top three. --Louis Gibson

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A Night on Earth

Tracks: 14, Disk length: 38m 12s (-1m 59s)

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