Tribal Sinfonia

Tribal Sinfonia

American psychedelic rock/soul band from Detroit, Michigan, active from 1968-1972.

The group started out as Soul Sextet in 1968, but changed their name to Tribal Sinfonia in 1969. They were associated with Creem Magazine when it was located on Cass Ave. In November of 1969, the group opened for Mitch Ryder at Jackson Prison, for a radio broadcast sponsored by WKNR-FM with DJ Dan Carlisle . The group held weekly outdoor concerts in Wayne County's Hines Park that resulted in traffic jams, so the group moved the concerts to Rouge Park in Detroit.

Denny Okamoto – Guitar/Vocals
Dennis Falzon – Bass/Vocals
Tom Mastal – Drums
Mike Blevins – Organ
Armand Angeloni – Sax/Flute
Jerry Hubbard – Trumpet
Larry Nemzin – Lead Trumpet.


Tribal Sinfonia Discography

Singles & EPs

203 Tribal Sinfonia Tired Of Living (And Being Dead)(7", Single) Ego Records (4) 203 US Unknown Sell This Version
811P-3009 Tribal Sinfonia Do You Want Me(7", Single) Tribe Records (10) 811P-3009 US Unknown Sell This Version