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Examples of "trocaderos"
In November 2013, Brad Marino, Geoff Palmer (The Connection) and Kurt Baker recorded a two-track CD as The New Trocaderos. On March 3, 2014, the New Trocaderos track “The Kids” was named a “Coolest Song In The World” on SiriusXM radio show "Little Steven's Underground Garage". In September 2014, the trio recorded a second New Trocaderos EP entitled "Kick Your Ass." On January 4, 2015, the song "Dream Girl" was named a "Coolest Song In The World." This was the thirteenth time (including four Kurt Baker "Coolest Songs" and one Kris Rodgers "Coolest Song") that a song featuring Palmer went on to receive "Coolest Song" honors.
The rock band The New Trocaderos formed in 2013 when musicians Brad Marino and Geoff Palmer of The Connection began collaborating with Kurt Baker to record two rock 'n' roll / powerpop songs written by Los Angeles songwriter and producer Michael Chaney. Initially they recorded two songs for The New Trocaderos (EP), then three more for the Kick Your Ass EP. "Luckiest Man In The World" was recorded in February, 2015 for Frenzy in the Hips, a CD containing all six tracks recorded by the band up to that point.
Released in 2013, the band’s debut EP was titled "The New Trocaderos". "Money Talks" features Marino on lead vocal, while "The Kids" features Baker on lead vocal. Both songs feature Geoff Palmer on lead guitar, Baker on rhythm guitar and bass, and Marino on rhythm guitar and drums. "The New Trocaderos" was released in Spain as a 45-RPM vinyl single by Ghost Highway Recordings. The Ghost Highway cover art is a reference to the influence The Rolling Stones has had on band members.
Steven Van Zandt, founder of the Sirius XM radio station "Little Steven's Underground Garage" and original member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band selected two songs from Brand New Beat -- "She Can Do It All" and "Weekend Girls"—as 'The Coolest Song in the World,' in 2013. Also in that year, Baker and his bandmate Palmer self-released the 45 vinyl single "Girl's Got Money", which quickly sold out. On March 2, 2014, Van Zandt, also known as the character Silvio Dante from The Sopranos, named The New Trocaderos' song "The Kids" the Coolest Song in the World. On it, Baker sings lead and background vocals and plays bass and electric rhythm guitar. Brad Marino and Geoff Palmer, long-time friends and the founding members of New England rockers The Connection, fill out The New Trocaderos' lineup.
In London, the Trocadero Restaurant of J. Lyons and Co. opened in 1896 in Shaftesbury Avenue, near the theatres of the West End. It offered a magnificent Opera Baroque style, and the various trocaderos of the English-speaking world have derived their names from this original, the epitome of grand Edwardian catering.
In April 2016, the album "Beer and Fun and Rock 'n' Roll" was released by Tommy and The Rockets, a Danish group led by Thomas Stubgaard. Nine of the CD/LP's ten songs were written by Stubgaard and New Trocaderos' songwriter, Michael Chaney. The tenth song was a solo Chaney composition. New Trocaderos Brad Marino, Kris "Fingers" Rodgers, and Geoff Palmer were involved in the project, with multi-instrumentalist Marino on drums, Rodgers on organ and piano, and Palmer engineering part of the album and mixing all of it. The release met with a positive response from rock legend Ed Stasium (producer/engineer The Ramones, The Smithereens, The Talking Heads, Mick Jagger), with reviewer John M. Borack of "Goldmine Magazine" calling the music "melodic sunshine seamlessly melding The Ramones, The Beach Boys and bubblegum." Richard Rossi of "PowerPopNews" opined that "[T]he songs are...the essence of the Beach Boys, Rockpile and The Ramones all rolled into one."
The New Trocaderos is an independent American rock 'n' roll/power pop/indie rock/garage rock band formed in November 2013 by New England natives Brad Marino and Geoff Palmer of The Connection, and Kurt Baker of the Kurt Baker Band. The group has released several EPs including The New Trocaderos and Frenzy in the Hips, with John Borack of "Goldmine Magazine" calling the band "sort of a mini-supergroup" and describing its sound as "a louder version of mid-'70s Dave Edmunds all hopped up on stimulants." Their first full-length album, Thrills & Chills, was released on August 20, 2015, and a vinyl release and sold out tour of Spain took place in October. "Pop that Goes Crunch" described the band's music as "timeless rock ‘n’ roll for the modern world."
The new settings were magnificent in an Opera Baroque style, and the various Trocaderos of the English-speaking world have derived their names from this original, the epitome of grand Edwardian catering. Murals on Arthurian themes decorated the grand staircase, and the Long Bar catered to gentlemen only. During the grim days of World War I, the Trocadero initiated the first "concert tea": tea was served in the Empire Hall, accompanied by a full concert programme. After the war cabaret was a feature of the Grill Room. The Trocadero closed on 13 February 1965.
In 2014, the band brought in Craig Sala on drums and Kris "Fingers" Rodgers on keyboard. The New Trocaderos' second EP, a three-song collection of original songs titled "Kick Your Ass", was released in October 2014 on the Uncle Mike's RnR label. In March, "Kick Your Ass" was released on vinyl in Spain by Ghost Highway Recordings as a three-song 45. Reviewer John Borack of "Goldmine Magazine" gave "Kick Your Ass" an "A" rating, calling the band "sort of a mini-supergroup" and describing the release as "a louder version of mid-‘70s Dave Edmunds all hopped up on stimulants." In December 2014, Lord Rutledge at the FasterandLouder blog named "Kick Your Ass" his EP of the Year, stating, "there's not one hit here but rather three of them - each one taking inspiration from a different period of rock n' roll...[The New Trocaderos] do their heroes proud by crafting songs good enough to hold up in any era." Van Zandt made the EP's track "Dream Girl" a Coolest Song in the World on January 4, 2015, premiering it on a show dedicated to The Beatles and in which he interviewed Paul McCartney.
The New Trocaderos went into the studio in June 2015 to record new original material, including "What The Hell Did I Do," "I'm So Bad, "Love And Hate" and "Crazy Little Fool." Fifteen songs were recorded. Twelve are on Thrills & Chills while three were held back for a future EP. The three original members of the band plus more recent members Kris "Fingers" Rodgers and Rick "Stix" Orcutt took part, as did guest vocalists Kim Shattuck, Palmyra Delran and Line Cecile Dahlmann. Marino's friend Steve Philp was enlisted to play harmonica and slide guitar. The recording and mixing took place in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. "Thrills & Chills" was released on CD on August 20, 2015, and a vinyl release and supporting tour of Spain took place in October.
The band's EP Frenzy in the Hips was released on February 6, 2015 by Uncle Mike's RnR, and is being distributed by Kool Kat Musik. The EP includes the five tracks from the band's previous releases, plus the new, original song, "Luckiest Man In The World", "another bristling slice of hook-filled rockin’ pop rooted deeply in the British Invasion and garage rock sounds of the 1960s." The review blog Powerpop Carolina wrote in a positive review that, "If you’re familiar with Rockpile... then this is the record for you." In response to the EP, Something Else Reviews wrote that "The New Trocaderos offer a feisty fusion of garage punk, power pop, and rockabilly that reaches deep into the heart and groin."
The LP met with a uniformly positive reception from critics. It received praise from both "Goldmine Magazine" and "Power Pop News", which described the songs as "an artistic leap forward." "Faster and Louder" went so far as to call it "a lock for album of the year," while "Pop that Goes Crunch" proclaimed it "year-end Top 10 stuff" and "timeless rock ‘n’ roll for the modern world." It was named Album of the Week for August 23, 2015 by the website 50thirdand3rd. "Faster and Louder" named the album No. 1 on its list of the "Top Ten Albums of 2015" in December. Labor of Love from The Connection was named #3, and Play It Cool from Kurt Baker was named #2, giving "The New England Mafia" a clean sweep of the top three positions. "Real Gone" described Thrills & Chills as "sharply produced and with choruses designed to stick with the listener in double quick time," Beverly Paterson of "Something Else Reviews" wrote that "[T]he New Trocaderos are the genuine article...breathing fire and fury into their insanely catchy tunes...pounding garage rock grooves and crafty pop detours."