Los Colognes On World Cafe : World Cafe A Nashville band with an exotic European sound plays from its new album, The Wave.
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Latin Roots: Los Colognes

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Los Colognes On World Cafe

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Latin Roots: Los Colognes

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Set List

  • "Flying Apart"
  • "The White Whale"

Los Colognes sound like they hail from some exotic European locale, but actually, they're from Nashville — where they relocated 7 1/2 years ago from Chicago. They fit well into the psychedelic jam band world, and recently released a third album, The Wave. Like the title, the whole record is filled with many water images and references.

The band kicks off the session with a performance of the song "Flying Apart." That and more can be heard in the player above.

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