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The Voodoo Trombone Quartet

Developed in 2004 by producer and multi-instrumentalist Paul Thorpe, the Voodoo Trombone Quartet started as a tale. Thorpe had published some tracks from the fictitious quartet with an Internet forum, claiming these were lately rediscovered recordings by an extended dropped combo. His fun mixture of traditional ska and contemporary breakbeat immediately became popular, with the panel receiving a large number of demands for downloads. The Newly Squeezed label observed, authorized the “music group,” and released a self-titled debut recording in 2005. Thorpe after that recruited an eight-piece music group, outfitted them in fits and coordinating fezzes, and toured European countries. They were popular at celebrations and landed among their paths on the tv screen display Ugly Betty. In 2008 Thorpe announced a second recording is at the final phases and the music group would be striking the street once again.

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