August 24, 2014

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Kid Creole & The Coconuts presents Coati Mundi - Qua Pasa/Me No Pop I b/w Me No Pop I (1981) (single)

Kid Creole and the Coconuts is an American musical group created and led by August Darnell. Its music incorporates a variety of styles and influences, in particular "American and Latin American, South American, Caribbean, Trinidadian, Calloway. Kid Creole was to be "the larger-than-life central figure in a multi-racial, multi-cultural musical carnival." The co-founders of the band were Darnell and his Savannah Band associate vibraphone player Andy Hernandez, also known as his "trusty sidekick" Coati Mundi. They performed "Mister Softee" on Saturday Night Live during their promotional tour for the release of their second album “Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places”. The album charted briefly, and subsequently Coati Mundi's early Latin RAP "Me No Pop I",  not originally on the album, became a Top 40 UK hit single.

A - Que Pasa / Me No Pop I (3:48)
Written-By – Andy Hernandez / Produced-by: Andy Hernandez, August Darnell
B - Me No Pop I (4:20)
Written-By – Andy Hernandez / Produced-by: Andy Hernandez, August Darnell

Label:  Island Records
Genre:  Latin Disco
Catalog#  103375

1981
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