So Many Routes by Mike Sanchez Featuring Albert Lee, released 12 October 2014 1. Help Me Find My Way 2. I Don't Stand A Chance 3. Ain't Gonna Let Nothing 4. Your Mama's Got A Crush On Me 5. Messed With An Angel 6. Glad All Over 7. Modern Don Juan 8. I'm Waiting For You 9. Modern Romance 10. I Got Love If You Want It 11. I'm Moving On 12. When Something's Gone Wrong 13. Nothing Else To Say 14. Bertha Lo. Mike Sanchez - Vocals/acoustic guitar/piano, Albert Lee - Guiter, Mark Morgan - Drums, Al Gare - Double bass/bass guitar plus, Martin Winning - Tenor saxophone on Tracks 03,07,08,14 Clarinet on Track 05. Nick Payn - Baritone saxophone on Tracks 03 Tenor saxophone on 08 & 14, Alto flute on Track 05, Harmonica on Track 04.
So Many Routes" features some excellent original material that was recorded in 2006 with Mike Sanchez's former band mate in Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings : Albert Lee. Mike took the time to polish them and the result is certainly of his best CDs to date. Mike Sanchez - Piano & Vocals.
Born in Hackney of Spanish parents, spending most of his life in Bewdley and now living near Madrid, Sanchez has been making music since the mid 80s, forming The Big Town Playboys in 1984 with Ricky Cool, eventually going solo in 1999 as well as replacing Gary Brooker in Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings . Fatea Showcase Sessions.
17 October 2016 ·. Mike Sanchez is with Daniel Acirón and 4 others. Born in Hackney of Spanish parents, spending most of his life in Bewdley and now living near Madrid, Sanchez has been making music since the mid 80s, forming The Big Town Playboys in 1984 with Ricky Cool, eventually going solo in 1999 as well as replacing Gary Brooker in Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings.
After spending the afternoon at The Wheatsheaf in Tooting Bec watching Geraint Watkins and The Mosquitos playing their penultimate session in this lovely pub (soon to be turned into flats sadly), I made my my way to the famed 100 Club on Oxford Street to see Mike Sanchez’s annual December show. Sanchez and his wonderful band play two times a year at this venue and each show I’ve seen them play there has been an absolute blast. Mike has been playing.
Hello and welcome! It's now 2019 and I'm just so glad and grateful that after 36 years I am still able to live this life playing music I love and making so many people happy and I thank you all so much for your continued support. Regarding studio and new recording plans: Last November I was invited to record a 4 track EP in Madrid with The Limboos for the new Hot45 label recently launched by my good buddy and Spanish TV host/presenter Iñaki Lopez (La Sexta Noche)