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Cuba: Music & Revolution: Original Album Cover Art of Cuban Music: Record Sleeve Designs Of Revolutionary Cuba 1959-90, compiled by Gilles Peterson & Stuart Baker
Notes: 'Cuba: Music and Revolution: Original Album Cover Art of Cuban Music: Record Sleeve Designs of Revolutionary Cuba 1959-90 ' is a stunning new deluxe 250-page large format hardback book compiled and edited by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) that features many 100s of stunning and unique Cuban record sleeve designs made since the Cuban Revolution led by Fidel Castro in 1959. These album covers have rarely been seen (nor heard) outside of Cuba and show a rich previously hidden history of both music and design.

'Cuba: Music and Revolution' is the first ever book about Cuban record sleeve design and has been five years in the making, made in full co-operation with the Cuban government. The record sleeve designs reflect both the rich cultural Latin musical legacy of Cuba, as well as the political and aesthetic influence of revolutionary Communism, which manifests itself both in the music created on the island and the artwork of the designs included here.

Cuban music is the source of much Latin music in the 20th century. Salsa, the all-encompassing Latin music that came out of New York in the 1970s, and soon spread across Colombia, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and elsewhere, owes all of its success to the Cuban music on which it is fundamentally based.

These record sleeves help document the dramatic change in Cuba's identity from that of 1950s tourist paradise to socialist state. Following the Cuban Revolution in 1959, the United States imposed a trade embargo which exists to this day, and as a consequence the many 100s of Cuban records featured here have rarely been seen outside of Cuba.

The book is edited and compiled by Gilles Peterson, BBC broadcaster, record label owner, DJ, record collector, founder of Worldwide FM and Stuart Baker, founder of Soul Jazz Records. Together they have edited two earlier critically-acclaimed music and design books 'Freedom, Rhythm and Sound - Revolutionary Jazz Cover Art 1965-83' and 'Bossa Nova and The Rise of Brazilian Music in the 1960s'.

In conjunction with the deluxe book, Soul Jazz Records will be releasing an album also compiled by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker, charting the rise of Cuban music in the 1970s and featuring many of the artists who appear in this book.
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CUBA: Music & Revolution Culture Clash in Havana Experiments In Latin Music 1975-85 Vol 1
  1. Grupo Irakere - "Chequere Son"
  2. Conjunto Rumbavana - "El Son Del Campeon"
  3. Juan Formell & Los Van Van - "Mi Ritmo Caliente"
  4. Grupo Monumental - "Mi Son Carida"
  5. Grupo De Experimentacion Sonora Del ICAIC - "Sondeando"
  6. Las D'Aida - "Con Cadencia Y Con Dulzura"
  7. Juan Formell & Los Van Van - "Y No Le Conviene"
  8. Pablo Milanes - "Te Quiero Porque Te Quiero"
  9. Emiliano Salvador - "Luna Wanestain"
  10. Los Reyes 73 - "Un Lamento Hecho Cancion"
  11. Eduardo Ramos - "Vocacion Revolucion"
  12. Grupo Monumental - "Hasta Las Cuantas"
  13. Los 5 U 4 - "Solo Esta Musica"
  14. Grupo De Experimentacion Sonora Del ICAIC - "Cancion Con Todos"
  15. Orquesta Los Van Van - "Yo Se Que Van Van"
  16. Grupo Monumental - "Nadie Se Siente Cansado"
  17. Orquesta Ritmo Oriental - "Maria, Baila El Son"
  18. Juan Pablo Torres Y Algo Nuevo - "Rompe Cocorioco"
  19. Los Reyes 73 - "Grandes Amigos"
  20. Paquito D'Rivera - "La Patica"
  21. Grupo De Experimentacion Sonora Del ICAIC - "Grifo"
  22. Raul Gomez - "Dacapo"
  23. Grupo Irakere - "Juana 1600"
Review: It may only be January, but we already have a strong contender for 'compilation of the year'. Put together by devout crate-diggers and Cuban music enthusiasts Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker, Cuba: Music & Revolution: Culture Clash in Havana 1975-85 celebrates a particularly fertile moment in the Caribbean country's musical development - one in which the country's traditional salsa and mambo sounds were being fused with a variety of other styles, most notably Brazilian tropicala, and the funk, soul and disco sounds emerging from the U.S.A. The results, as showcased via 23 tracks stretched across two CDs, are incredible, pitching traditional Cuban vocals and percussion sounds with heavy bass, life-affirming horns, futurist synthesizer flourishes and wah-wah guitars. Throw in detailed, eye-opening sleeve notes, and you have a genuinely must-have compilation. Bravo!
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CUBA: Music & Revolution Culture Clash in Havana Experiments In Latin Music 1975-85 Vol 1
  1. Grupo Irakere - "Chequere Son" (5:23)
  2. Conjunto Rumbavana - "El Son Del Campeon" (5:04)
  3. Juan Formell & Los Van Van - "Mi Ritmo Caliente" (3:15)
  4. Grupo Monumental - "Mi Son Caridad" (3:55)
  5. Grupo De Experimentacion Sonora Del ICAIC - "Sondeando" (3:17)
  6. Las D'Aida - "Con Cadencia Y Con Dulzura" (4:45)
  7. Juan Formell & Los Van Van - "Y No Le Conviene" (4:01)
  8. Pablo Milanes - "Te Quiero Porque Te Quiero" (3:15)
  9. Emiliano Salvado - "Luna Wanestain" (8:31)
  10. Los Reyes 73 - "Un Lamento Hecho Cancion" (4:04)
  11. Eduardo Ramos - "Vocacion Revolucion" (2:34)
  12. Grupo Monumental - "Hasta Las Cuantas" (4:19)
  13. Los 5 U 4 - "Solo Esta Musica" (2:38)
  14. Grupo De Experimentacion Sonora Del ICAIC - "Cancion Con Todos" (3:26)
  15. Orquesta Los Van Van - "Yo Se Que Van Van" (1:24)
  16. Grupo Monumental - "Nadie Se Siente Cansado" (2:59)
  17. Orquesta Ritmo Oriental - "Maria, Baila El Son" (2:54)
  18. Juan Pablo Torres Y Algo Nuevo - "Rompe Cocorioco" (4:21)
  19. Los Reyes 73 - "Grandes Amigos" (4:21)
  20. Paquito D'Rivera - "La Patica" (3:08)
  21. Grupo De Experimentacion Sonora Del ICAIC - "Grifo" (6:13)
  22. Raul Gomez - "Dacapo" (3:47)
  23. Grupo Irakere - "Juana 1600" (4:57)
Review: Gilles Peterson's obsession with Cuba is long running and well documented over various compilations from across the years. His latest focusses on Experiments in Latin Music from 1975 to 85 and the title suggests it will be the first of an ongoing series on Soul Jazz, compiled in collaboration with Stuart Baker. Across three vibrant sides of vinyl all manner of grooves are offered up, some more traditional, some bravely out there, all drawing on the jazz, funk, Brazilian tropicalia and disco - mixed with classic Latin and salsa - which made it to the island in the 70s.
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Soul Jazz Records Presents Reggae Soundsystem: Original Album Cover Art : A Visual History Of Jamaican Music From Mento To Dancehall Compiled By Steve Barrow & Stuart Baker
Notes: Reggae Soundsystem is a new deluxe 200 page hard-back 12 x12 book featuring hundreds of stunning full size record cover designs that span the history of reggae music.

The book is compiled by the celebrated author and reggae expert Steve Barrow (Rough Guide to Reggae/Blood and Fire Records) and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records).

Beginning in the 1950s, Jamaican music developed into one of the most important and influential music industries in the world. From its early Mento (Jamaican Calypso) beginnings through to the invention of Ska, Rocksteady, Roots, Dub and Dancehall, Jamaican music is also one of the richest and innovative veins in popular music.

This stunning hardback deluxe book looks at the endless visually creativity of reggae record cover designs, iconic, classic, rare and unique artwork spanning sixty years of Jamaican sounds.
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The Album Cover Art Of Studio One Records
The Album Cover Art Of Studio One Records (deluxe hardback 1double 12" 200 page book)
Cat: 436977 Rel: 20 Oct 11
 
200 page hardback book featuring legendary covert art from Studio One Records, including famous sleeves from Bob Marley And The Wailers, The Heptones, Burning Spear, rare cover designs, an introductory essay by Steve Barrow and much more
Notes: · This deluxe 200 page hardback 12”x12”book
features hundreds of stunning full size record
cover designs from the legendary Studio One
Records.
· Described by Chris Blackwell as The University Of
Reggae, Studio One is by far the most important
record label in the history of Reggae music, an A-Z
of Jamaican music as iconic as Motown was to
soul, or Blue Note for Jazz.
· The book features classic artwork from Bob Marley
And The Wailers, Horace Andy, Alton Ellis, Freddie
McGregor, The Skatalites, Marcia Griffiths, Burning
Spear, The Heptones, Toots and the Maytals and
many more artists all of whom launched their
careers at Studio One.
· As well as many classic sleeves there are
numerous rare designs, including a collector’s
section featuring many alternate, silkscreen and
rarely seen designs.
· As Jamaica approaches the 50th anniversary of
independence, this stunning deluxe book is a
timely look at Reggae music’s legendary record
label and the artists and musicians that it made
famous.
· The book also features an introductory essay by
Steve Barrow (author of ‘Rough Guide To Reggae’)
and is edited by Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records).
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