Cocobola Club
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Cocobola Club


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author: Paul D
An excellent first album effort. The recording is clean and creatively engineered. The music is fun and interesting to listen to. These are a very talented group of musicians, as anyone who listens will agree. The standout track "Was She Sent For Me" is reason enough to purchase this CD. A well deserved 5 star rating.

This is the best new band out that I've heard this year!
author: Marty Smith
This is a great CD. I've tried to decide which of the songs I like the best but it's been real difficult to decide. I am leaning to Track #2, "Was She Sent For Me." There's a great message in that song. Over all, the quality of the recording is great with a good mix. The vocals and instrumentaion is real tight. This tells me these guys have been working real hard to make this. Lot's of talent here and I can only expect this to be a big seller for being independent. Looking forward to the next CD these guys make. I highly recomend people buy this and look for more from this band.
- CDbaby


We have Produced and released the Cocobola Club CD most of which can be heard on We have had four downloads on Airplay Direct, We have a eleven downloads on the Radio Submit Website. We have had Airplay on internet Cerritos college radio Station as well as "Kill Radio" on Hear here Show listed on MySpace.



The Cocobola Club was formed Alex Causey, Rich Leon and Mike Urso in November of 2005 from a Jam session on a Sunday afternoon.
The members of the Cocobola Club all have many years of musical experience in writing, recording and performing.
Their influences range from D'jango Reinhardt, Crosby-Stills & Nash, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Hollies, Stones, Bach, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Etc.
Cocobola: N :- The Hard durable wood of any of several tropical trees of the "Genus Dalbergia" of the legume family used in the extensively in the production fine guitars.
The wood is found in Brazil where the mountain Indians say if you "Stare into the grain of rosewood long enough, you will see visions of the future."