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Two Weeks: International

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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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The High Note Mento Collection
Cat: DBCDD 069. Rel: 05 Jan 21
  1. King Vupp - "Calypso Rock"
  2. King Vupp - "A Lie Dem A Tell"
  3. King Vupp - "Rucumbine"
  4. King Vupp - "Dread In A Babylon"
  5. King Vupp - "Sailor Man"
  6. King Vupp - "African Book"
  7. King Vupp - "Greenfield Hotel"
  8. King Vupp - "Bamboo Bed"
  9. King Vupp - "Funeral"
  10. King Vupp - "Up Tight Saturday Night"
  11. The Jolly Boys - "Jamaica Farewell"
  12. The Jolly Boys - "Club Caribbean"
  13. The Jolly Boys - "Big Fat Wife"
  14. The Jolly Boys - "I Know You're A Child"
  15. The Jolly Boys - "Dip And Fall Back"
  16. The Jolly Boys - "Hurry Up"
  17. The Jolly Boys - "Sarah"
  18. The Jolly Boys - "The River Has Come Down"
  19. The Jolly Boys - "Love One Another"
  20. The Jolly Boys - "The Beautiful Garden"
  21. Sugar Belly - "Easy Minto"
  22. Sugar Belly - "Rucumbine"
  23. Wisdom - "Lizard In Bed"
  24. Bobby Ellis & The Soul Syndicate - "Ali"
  25. The Prince Brothers - "Ram Jam" (LP mix)
  26. The Prince Brothers - "Hold Him Joe"
  27. The Prince Brothers - "Come Back To Me"
  28. The Prince Brothers - "Sweet Jamaica"
  29. The Prince Brothers - "There Goes The Bells Of Old"
  30. The Prince Brothers - "Fi Me Something"
  31. The Prince Brothers - "Gal & Boy"
  32. The Prince Brothers - "Everybody Wining Their Body"
  33. The Prince Brothers - "It's Too Late"
  34. The Prince Brothers - "My Heart Cries Out"
  35. The Prince Brothers - "Jeremiah" (bonus track)
  36. Prince Edwards - "Dally With A Chinaman" (bonus track)
  37. Aston & The Fugitives - "Queenie Darling" (bonus track)
  38. Count Lasher - "Ring Ding '67" (bonus track)
  39. Marva Moore - "Great '68" (bonus track)
  40. Aston & Yen - "Skilamy" (bonus track)
  41. The Dingle Brothers - "Thank De Lard" (bonus track)
  42. Patsy Todd - "Little Flea" (bonus track)
  43. Al & The Vibrators - "Move Up Calypso" (bonus track)
  44. Aston & The Fugitives - "Take You Meat Out De Rice" (bonus track)
  45. Count Lasher - "Winnie The Whip" (bonus track)
  46. Baba Brooks & His Band - "Party Time" (bonus track)
Review: Although the popularity of mento music had waned by the 1970s, a number of Jamaican artists continued to record and release music in the distinctive style, which mixed African-influenced rhythms with musical elements borrowed from both South American and European music. This excellent double disc-set gathers together three of the greatest mento albums released during the '70s on reggae producer Sonia Pottiger's High Note label: King Yupp's self-titled 1976 debut, Live at Club Caribbean by the Jolly Boys, and Prince Brothers' Ram Jam. As is the case with most Doctor Bird releases, all three albums have been expanded with the addition of bonus cuts, singles and B-sides, with the resultant set brilliantly showcasing High Note's effervescent, carnival-friendly take on the mento sound.
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