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The Undeserved

by Comanchero

Soulful and edgy, heartbreaking and heart making, Comanchero’s third release, “The Undeserved” will stay in your ears for a long time to come. Boston’s Americana Jam Band takes us through our human landscape of hope and despair, the good times and our lost ways. 

This band has deservedly found its way. Comanchero sings us to where we’ve been and where we need to go. Listen to the driving drums and true voice of Greg Moon. Hear the unique licks of his brother, lead guitarist, Bob. And be taken by the sound and voice of rhythm guitar front man, Sam Margolis, all strongly supported by bassist Andrew Kramer and percussionist Jim Levin. 

You’ll hear how they know there’s something in our heartache, when we lose faith in our national leaders, and when personal love breaks down. When Comanchero sings, “Oh, you can’t go home again”, it’s the home in their music you’ll find, their house you’ll want to find yourself in, room by room, track by track.

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Americana Nueva

by Comanchero

Comanchero has crafted an Americana sound that combines old traditions with new, Country with Rock, Bluegrass with Blues, Honky Tonk with Funk, and Roots with Rockabilly. While unique in their own sound, there is something strikingly familiar in Comanchero’s songs that weave influences like Led Zeppelin, The Allman Brothers, Little Feat, CAKE, Wilco, and Mumford & Sons.

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Dead Gringo

by Comanchero

Comanchero describes their sound as “Country Funk Punk” and “Sexy Hick Music.” Whether this was a goal they set out to meet, or a style that just evolved, there is hardly a better description. Comanchero opens with “Radiator Coming,” a funky, twangy track with definite hick influence (what other demographic would sing about their radiators?). The sound morphs throughout the album from a sweet melody with prominent lyrics in “Two Lanes,” to rambling electric guitar and slick tempo changes in “Cordoba.” They don’t commit to one formula, but always stay safely within the bounds of their self-determined genre