Coati Mundi

Born 3 January 1963
Coati Mundi
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1963-01-03
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Coati Mundi

Coati Mundi Biography (Wikipedia)

Coati Mundi (born January 3, 1950) is the stage name of American musician Andy Hernandez, percussionist, notably playing the vibraphone, and member of Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band, then of Kid Creole and the Coconuts. He scored the Top 40 UK hit "Me No Pop I" in 1981, just before the release of Tropical Gangsters. He produced and arranged an album by "Don Armando Second Avenue Rhumba Band", which spurred the disco hit song "Deputy of Love".

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Kid Creole and the Coconuts
Que Pasa - Me No Pop I
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Me No Pop I
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Me No Pop I
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Que Pasa/Me No Pop I
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Que Pasa/Me No Pop I
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Palabras Con Ritmo (feat. Jean-Michel Basquiat)
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Palabras Con Ritmo (feat. Jean-Michel Basquiat)
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Me No Pop I
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Me No Pop I
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Meno Popeye
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Meno Popeye
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Que Pasa Mino Popeye
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