Don’t be fooled by the name. The only thing Cato Salsa Experience has to do with Latin American big-band dance music is that it makes you want to throw your jacket in the corner, take your partner by the hand and cut the rug until it’s a tattered and torn smoking ruin.

Like the band’s Web site says, “A Good Tip for a Good Time” may have been recorded in an idyllic summerhouse on the west coast of Norway, but it sounds like it was taped live in a hot, smoky basement livehouse in the late ’60s.

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