Gangster Politics

Gangster Politics was a 7-piece (previously 9-piece) ska jazz band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, active from 1993 to 2000. The line-up featured Dave Bulger (vocals), Tim Doyle (drums), Morgan Moore (bass), Simon Angell (guitar), Patrick Watson (keyboard & piano), Louis Nagy (trumpet & Rhodes keyboard), and Liam Chapman (trombone). The band had other contributors, including Franco Proetti (saxophone), Chet Doxas (saxophone), Jim Doxas (drums), John Sadowy (piano), Nasyr Abdul Al-Khabyyr (drums, percussion), and Jay Gray (drums), the drummer who performed with the group after the departure of Tim Doyle in 1999 to join the ska group Planet Smashers.


STOMP CD-013 Gangster Politics - Gangster Politics illustration d'album Gangster Politics Gangster Politics(CD) Stomp Records (2) STOMP CD-013 USA & Canada 1998 Vendre cette version

Singles & EPs

Stomp 009 Gangster Politics - Dawn Of The Mafia illustration d'album Gangster Politics Dawn Of The Mafia(CD, EP) Stomp Records (2) Stomp 009 Canada 1997 Vendre cette version