Brother Noland’s latest brings together diverse genres
By Review by John Berger email@example.com
Nov. 23, 2017
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“Brother Noland” Conjugacion hit it big in 1983 with the release of his third album, “Pacific Bad Boy,” and the breakout single “Coconut Girl.” Thirty-three years and 11 albums later, Brother Noland continues to follow his imagination and knit together ideas from diverse genres of contemporary music.
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“Guns, God, Gold,” features vocalist Angelo Brio joins Gonsalves (drums, keyboards), Jimmy Caterine (guitars, backing vocals) and Darren Soliven (bass, backing vocals) via a new group, Champions of Terminal.