|Lost And Found
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World Circuit Records is set to release Buena Vista Social Club’s Lost and Found on March 24, distributed in North America by Nonesuch Records. Coming almost two decades after the release of the original Grammy-winning, self-titled LP, the new album is a collection of previously unreleased tracks––some of which were recorded during the original album’s sessions in Havana and others from the years that followed.
The studio tracks on Lost and Found were recorded at the 1996 Egrem studio sessions in Havana and during a period of rich and prolific creativity stretching into the early 2000s following the recording of the original album. Lost and Found also features live recordings from the world tours of Buena Vista’s legendary veterans.
“Over the years we were often asked what unreleased material was left in the vaults,” says World Circuit’s Nick Gold. “We knew of some gems, favorites amongst the musicians, but we were always too busy working on the next project to go back and see what else we had. When we eventually found the time, we were astonished at how much wonderful music there was.”
|Songs In Spanish For Children (Canciones En Español Para Niños)
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Martita/De Jerez/Rojas, Songs in Spanish for Children
|Primero Soy Mexicana
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Angela Aguilar (Primero Soy Mexicana) Morena-8468 01. Ya No Mientas 02. Corazoncito Tirano 03. Cielito Lindo 04. La tequilera 05. Cielo Rojo 06. Tu Sangre En Mi Cuerpo - Feat pepe Aguilar 07. La Llorona 08. La Basurita 09. Cucurrucucu Paloma 10. Paloma Negra 11. Me Gustas Mucho Titulos Cortesia De Musica Tierra Caliente
|Perfect Swing: Best Swing Bands of the 20s 30s & 40s
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For such a short and innocuous a word, 'Swing' packs quite a punch! You'll find the music style perfectly demonstrated on this album by many adept artists including Benny Carter, Woody Herman, Harry James, Jimmie Lunceford, Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington.
Benny Carter & His Orchestra - Sunday
Jimmy Lunceford & His Orchestra - Ain't She Sweet
Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra - Exactly Like You
Count Basie & His Orchestra - Topsy
Woody Herman & His Orchestra - At The Woodchopper's Ball
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra - Air Mail Special
Harry James & His Orchestra - Music Makers
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - Explosion Swing
Lil Armstrong & Her Swing Orchestra - Lindy Hop
Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra - Good Queen Bess
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra - The Jumpin' Jive
Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra - Deep River
Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra - Flying Home
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam)
John Kirby & His Orchestra - Blue Skies
Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy - Wednesday Night Hop
Louis Armstrong/jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra - Swing That Music
Artie Shaw & His Orchestra - Oh! Lady Be Good
Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra - Major & Minor Stomp
Earl Hines & His Orchestra - Indiana
Red Norvo & His Orchestra - It Can Happen To You
Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra - Skyliner
Bud Freeman & His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - The Eel
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra - Wrappin' It Up
- Of course, to lovers of between-the-wars jazz, swing is far more than a portmanteau term for a musical style. But try to get a fan or indeed, a critic to define what they mean by swing and you tend to get a response which echoes Fats Waller's famous dictum: "If you have to ask, you'll never know.
- What better way to open our marvellous collection of re-mastered classics from the swing era than with At The Woodchopper's Ball? Woody Herman's greatest commercial and popular success features Woody's haunting blues clarinet and Neil Reid's punchy trombone with Saxie Mansfield on tenor-saxophone and trumpeter Steady Nelson.
- Benny Goodman makes two appearances in our compilation and that is only fitting, given his dominant position in the swing pantheon. Christened the 'King of Swing' by his promotions people, Goodman was an incisive instrumentalist, a clarinet virtuoso who had emerged from Chicago's Jewish ghetto, made good musically and formed an excellent big band.
- It was Lil Armstrong (nee Hardin) who set her husband Louis on the path to stardom with some astute promotional ideas. When he moved on and they divorced, Lil re-built her career as a bandleader and cut some tasty small-group records. Her tribute to the Lindy Hop (a dance craze pioneered at Harlem's Savoy Ballroom) spots her girlish vocal and some hot trumpet from the underrated Shirley Clay.
- Louis Armstrong so much liked Swing That Music that he used it as the title for his (ghosted) autobiography. He made two versions of this exciting piece in 1936, the first with his own band and this with the popular Jimmy Dorsey orchestra just three months later.
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|The Best Of - Ultimate Collection
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|Los Duo (Deluxe Edition)
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- This Certified Refurbished product is tested and certified to look and work like new. The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging. The product ships with all relevant accessories, a minimum 90-day warranty, and may arrive in a generic box.
|Capital Punishment (Explicit Version)
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Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 10-AUG-1999
Some rappers die because they get shot. Some die of AIDS. But corpulent Latino rapper Big Punisher died of a massive coronary; at the time of his February 2000 death, he weighed over 600 pounds. While this made Punisher a suitable poster boy for the dangers of conspicuous consumption, on his platinum 1998 debut album, Capital Punishment, he's eager to poke fun at the creed of greed: "I'm not a player", he announces, "I just fuck a lot." But while Capital Punishment is perfectly adequate gangsta fare, Big Pun doesn't deserve the deification that dead rappers so frequently receive; here, he deviates little from the egomaniacal posturing that the Notorious B.I.G. branded his own. "If it doesn't make dollars, then it doesn't make sense," splutters compadre Fat Joe on "Glamour Life." Suitable, then, that Big Pun died in an industry where rigor mortis is the ultimate unit-shifter. --Louis Pattison
|The Last Concert [2 LP]
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