M'Lumbo

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M'Lumbo
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M'Lumbo
Background information
Origin New York City, USA
Genres World Music
Jazz
Electronica
Psychedelia
Years active 1988–present
Labels Pursuance
Staalplaat
Maitre'd
Multimood
J-Bird
Warner Bros. Records
Unit Circle
Mulatta Records
Website http://www.mlumbo.com
Members

Rob Ray Keyboards electronics engineering
Paul-Alexandre Meurens Tenor soprano sax flute bass clarinet guitar bass
Vin Veloso Alto soprano sax flute piano
Cecil Young Trumpet rainstick percussion voice
Jaz Sawyer Drums
Dehran Duckworth Percussion
Josh Ferrazzano, Matt Bass Videos
Brian O'Neill Guitar engineering percussion
Mo O'Connor Percussion

Adam Omeljaniuk, James McLean engineering

M'lumbo is an American musical group. The group was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Mbotto Ray and Zombie Ron Boggs as an escape from commercial music (they were then in a rock band managed by Mick Jagger's manager that included future Helmet leader Page Hamilton).

Over the following years, M'lumbo has released over a dozen albums and had tracks included on five compilations.

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