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Nicole 'Coco' Austin - CocoLicious Lingerie Collection 2017

Coco Austin - CocoLicious Lingerie Collection 2017
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American actress and model

Coco Austin - Bikini Photoshoot in Las Vegas  Graphics

Posted by nrg at June 4, 2013
Coco Austin - Bikini Photoshoot in Las Vegas

Coco Austin - Bikini Photoshoot in Las Vegas
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American actress and glamour model
Nicole Coco Austin - Bikini at the pool at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas May 26, 2012

Nicole Coco Austin - Bikini at the pool at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas May 26, 2012
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American actress, dancer & glamour model

Nicole 'Coco' Austin - Miami Beach 10/4/10  Graphics

Posted by deepmob at Oct. 5, 2010
Nicole 'Coco' Austin - Miami Beach 10/4/10

Nicole 'Coco' Austin - Miami Beach 10/4/10
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Nicole Natalie Austin (born March 17, 1979), commonly known as Coco Marie, Coco-T, and Coco, is an American actress, dancer, glamour model and web personality. She is best known for her marriage to rapper/actor Ice-T.

Coco Lee - Discography (1994-2015)  Music

Posted by murena at Feb. 24, 2018
Coco Lee - Discography (1994-2015)

[李玟] Coco Lee - Discography (1994-2015)
MP3 320 kbps | 34 albums, 30:20:47 min | Covers included | 4,13 Gb
Genre: Chinese Pop, Dance-pop, Hip Hop, R&B, Soul

Asian pop diva CoCo Lee was born January 17, 1974 in Hong Kong; a decade later the family relocated to San Francisco, and she subsequently studied biochemistry at the University of California at Irivne. After winning the Miss Chinese-America Pageant in 1991, two years later Lee returned to Hong Kong long enough to take second prize in the New Talent Singing Contest…

Coco Montoya - Dirty Deal (2007)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Feb. 11, 2018
Coco Montoya - Dirty Deal (2007)

Coco Montoya - Dirty Deal (2007)
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Modern Electric Blues, R&B, Blues Rock | Alligator Records #ALCD 4913 | Unofficial Release

At times on Dirty Deal, it's virtually a Little Feat reunion, with five members from the classic lineup helping out on "Three Sides to Every Story," giving it a wonderful, funky momentum. Coco Montoya himself is definitely a better-than-average guitarist and singer when it comes to the R&B/blues axis, although he's at his best on tracks like "How Do You Sleep at Night?" where he has the chance to pull more emotion from his instrument; in this case, more than a touch of bitterness. He's cut from the same cloth as Robert Cray, but without the same soulful subtlety. Montoya is more a shot and a beer than a smooth cocktail. You come away from this with the sense that he holds nothing back, and even a performance in the studio would be sweaty; there's that amount of commitment. And while he may not be one of the guitar gods, when he unleashes a flurry of notes (as on "It Takes Time") he's still a powerhouse. Perhaps the biggest problem is that, although he cranks in all departments, there's very little to really distinguish his music from many others mining the same seam.

Coco Montoya - Ya Think I'd Know Better (1996)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Feb. 8, 2018
Coco Montoya - Ya Think I'd Know Better (1996)

Coco Montoya - Ya Think I'd Know Better (1996)
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Modern Electric Blues | Blind Pig Records #BPCD 5033

With his second album Ya Think I'd Know Better, Coco Montoya ditches the guest stars and opts for a menu of pure, unadulterated Montoya. The results are quite impressive, to say the least. For the moment, overlook his somewhat pedestrian vocals and just concentrate on his scintillating guitar work. It's no secret that Montoya cultivated a reputation as one of the finest guitarists of the '80s and '90s through his session work, but even those familiar with his gutsy, electrifying style will be taken aback by the stylistic variety and musical depth on Ya Think I'd Know Better. Montoya even pulls skunk-hot solos out of the most predictable blues-rockers, while his smoldering solos on slower numbers like "Dyin' Flu" are passionate and moving. Best of all, Coco puts down his electric for acoustic romps like the earthy "Hiding Place." In short, Ya Think I'd Know Better answers the question whether Coco Montoya is a vital bluesman for the '90s, and the answer is an emphatic "yes!"

Coco Montoya - Gotta Mind To Travel (1995)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Feb. 6, 2018
Coco Montoya - Gotta Mind To Travel (1995)

Coco Montoya - Gotta Mind To Travel (1995)
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Modern Electric Blues | Blind Pig Records #BPCD 5020

Years of apprenticeship with Albert Collins and John Mayall paid off handsomely for Montoya on this debut effort. Even with help from some famous friends (Debbie Davies, Al Kooper, Richie Hayward [Little Feat], and both former employers), Montoya asserts himself as the focal point. Sadly, this was one of Collins' last studio appearances before his death, playing on the Lowell Fulson-penned "Talking Woman Blues" (commonly known as "Honey Hush"). Although Montoya showcases his massive guitar muscle, it is merely a fraction of the power of his live performances.

Coco Montoya - Can't Look Back (2002)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Feb. 5, 2018
Coco Montoya - Can't Look Back (2002)

Coco Montoya - Can't Look Back (2002)
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Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues, Blues Rock | Alligator Records #ALCD 4885

Coco Montoya's second album for Alligator records finds the guitarist moving away from the sound of his mentor, Albert Collins – although there certainly are licks throughout the album clearly inspired by "the Iceman," particularly when the tempo slows down – and toward big rock productions. This album sounds huge: The rhythm section provides a gigantic foundation, sprawling from speaker to speaker, then the keyboards and backing vocals are added, with guitars pushed to the forefront. On top of that, Montoya is demonstrating a greater inclination to soul and R&B than ever before, choosing to cover Holland-Dozier-Holland (a terrific take on "Something About You"), along with other tuneful soul tunes, and writing it that vein as well.

Coco Montoya - Suspicion (2000)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Feb. 2, 2018
Coco Montoya - Suspicion (2000)

Coco Montoya - Suspicion (2000)
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Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues, Blues Rock | Alligator Records #ALCD4871

Montoya's first solo disc for Alligator finds the former Albert Collins sideman following in the doorsteps of his "godfather" with an album simply top-heavy with fiery guitar work and comfortable vocals. The production from Jim Gaines is as fat as any modern-day blues record has a right to be, and Montoya does not disappoint at any moment along the ride. He tips his hat to his old employer on Collins' "Get Your Business Straight," but the stronger tunes here come from Coco's own pen, like the closing "Nothing But Love." A strong and solid effort that also sounds great in the car when you're driving a little faster than the speed limit allows.