“There is probably no other band around, that is able to connect Latin-American and Mediterranean rhythm with Rock in such a perfect way as AGUA LOCA!” -Stuttgarter Zeitung (local newspaper)
With their latest creation „En Vivo“, the Latino-Rock formation AGUA LOCA threads up a further musical bead on the long chain of innumerable live-appearances, CD releases and now - finally: A DVD !!! From the first chord on, one can hardly believe that this lively mixture of Rock, Latino rhythms and Mediterranean flair is performed by a local Stuttgart combo. This aspect doesn’t make it a surprise that bandleader, Peter Schick – “Germany’s best Santana”, as critics once said – gathers his musicians around to be one of the hottest party tip since the 70’s.
Meanwhile AGUA LOCA ranks among the most important and in music most interesting formations from Southern Germany, which they prove each time to their audience in countless international live-appearances, radio parties and television appearances. Due to the grooves, the beats and overwhelming joy in their music, many record labels world-wide license music from AGUA LOCA on various compilations. In 1996 the holiday-airline Condor (Lufthansa) used the AGUA LOCA track „Gambajillo“ as its official summer hit and played the title on all inflight programs during the summer holiday season.
On „En Vivo“ Latino facets blend together with Rock beats and a touch of Spanish Flamencos to a multicoloured-audio Tappas mix plate, which could easily be a main dish with all their unique grooves and expressively good danceable tunes. From the eleven tracks existing on the DVD, most are underlined by the wonderful voices of Gina and Ryno. The two merge in incomparable way in English and Spanish language with the vibe of groovy ecstatic congas and drums and easy-sounding saxophone and keyboard tunes, completed by modern sequencer-sounds.
The art to make the complexity of rhythms, the multi-layer arrangements and the flow in music appear in a superficial simplicity, is the characteristic of this Production, which goes directly into the blood and keeps the tension until the last note of the last track is played …