01. Revolucion Valiente
02. Cattledrive
03. The Return Of The Gypsy Sound
04. The Rooster
05. Highborn Waltz
06. Subway Hustler
07. Smoke From The Attic
08. CrackerJack
09. Holidays In The Sun
10. Showdown At Sunrise
11. The Last Mile
12. Angelitos Negros
13. A Sons Lament

Its business as usual in The Smokey Bandits house: bass lines come and
go, trumpets sitting lazy in the living room, accordions and trombones
melting around, congas, maracas and bongos arguing about the last
Tarantino's film, flutes want to take the leadership, old-school Waltzes n’
Tangos drinking a big bottle of champagne, guitars and Rhodes sitting
comfortably in the sofa watching (one more time) "Smokey And The
Bandit" (their favorite film). Everything's so "everyday cool" that you
might ask yourself if this is "the normal" for every house. If you take a
look at the walls’ corners you might discover the grooves dynamics
sitting there quietly. Even their girlfriends don't know that they are there.
And all of a sudden you can imagine it: two Dark Knights walking in
extremely dangerous neighborhoods of Gotham City alongside Almodovar,
Guy Richie, Danny Boyle and Quentin Tarantino! It’s time to direct a film.
But is this true or another fake dream?
At least 20 years have passed from the first time that The Smokey Bandits
have seen Chet Baker in television, singing and playing his trumpet. Since
then they have believed that he has always had the "golden touch". He
had people eating music dreams from the palm of his hands. Those years
Margaret Thatcher was still in power. Ronald Reagan was President of USA.
Berlin Wall stood still. Nelson Mandela was in prison and apartheid was
"the king" in South Africa. But things always change. A social and cultural
revolution was ready to take the lead.There were hundreds of illegal
warehouse parties all over the world mixing up music and people. Vinyl
was power and you were buying music from record stores. There were
no CD mixers. Only yuppies had mobile phones and those had the size of a
brick. It was a time pre-email and pre-internet. It seems unbelievable that
we have survived! And now……… we feel Out Of Space! The Future is
calling us. We need a unique n’ true sound necessary to give the justice
that each season demands. That’s why The Smokey Bandits respect Chet
totally. This might sound a little bit blue or old-fashioned but they cannot
be phony in front of you. They want to share only true stories and honest
music with everyone. They spent hundreds of hours inside their studio
talking, making music, smoking a lot of cigarettes (when their friends
came in, the smoke was so much that they usually complain……. "Hey! It’s
so Smokey in here!"), cutting 50s and 60s Jazz n’ Swing samples even
thought they didn’t actually use any of the cuts (just the same chilly
feeling you’ve got when you find an incredible sample to a long-lost buried
vinyl………. it feels like you’re a music Bandit). So this is the beginning in a
long-distance trip, the "Debut", an album with no genre or style cause it’s
a new style on it’s own! Wicked, honest and true music for everybody……