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Jonwayne – Here You Go
Wednesday, November 9th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Jonwayne – Here You Go

Image: 1607380 Jonwayne made his introduction to the world as a producer. He
has since gone on to release several highly lauded projects, and
eventually stepped behind the mic, garnering hiphop album of the
year from Gilles Petersen’s Worldwide Awards for his Stones Throw
release, “Rap Album One”.
Now he puts the mic back down for “Here You Go”, a collection of
30 beats that will be available on 2LP via Street Corner Music, and
Authors Recording Co, Jon’s new imprint.
No tapes. No digital. Just vinyl. All heat.

1. Driveway
2. Love The Game
3. Middle Man
4. Send Me Tonight
5. Can’t Be Trusted
6. Gold And Silver
7. Lil B Rap On This
8. She Don’t Need Him
9. No More
10. Oh Love
11. Whole Life
12. You Use Me
13. Always
14. Take My Love
15. Strangers
16. For Carmack
17. Trying Breath
18. From Brussels
19. 3 O’Clock
20. Rap On This Kanye
21. I Need You
22. And We Would Say
23. Stalker
24. Polkish
25. Bond
26. Nightengale
27. Japanese Road
28. Tear Drops
29. Baad Available from 02.12.2016

“Rap Album Two” heißt das neue Album des aus Kalifornien stammenden Mcees und Produzenten Jonwayne
Monday, July 10th, 2017 | Tags: , ,
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2008 trat der Rapper und Produzent Jonwayne aus Los Angeles durch den einflussreichen Club “Low End Theory” an der Seite von Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer, Nosaj Thing, Kutmah und Daedelus auf dem Plan. Seit er die High School abgeschlossen hat, machte er sich lokal auch mit selbstgemachten Mixtapes einen Namen. Als Peanut Butter Wolf 2011 […]

Jonwayne – Rap Album Two (180g)
Friday, May 5th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Jonwayne – Rap Album Two (180g)

LP is housed in a deluxe chipboard jacket with thick inner sleeve and pressed on 180 gram black vinyl.Jonwayne’s Rap Album Two is the latest offering of music from the California based MC and producer, releasing the album on his label Authors Recordin…

Various – Mirror To The Soul
Friday, May 31st, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Mirror To The Soul

Image: 1580399 Over two years in the making, Mirror to the Soul is a new documentary film about the Caribbean, a unique collaboration between Soul Jazz Records and British Pathé, made up entirely of newsreel footage (short news pieces of two or three minutes in length) filmed during the period 1922-1970.

British Pathé was established in London in 1910 to produce newsreels screened in cinemas throughout Britain before main feature films. In the 1950s, to compete with the new medium of television, Pathé began adding entertainment, cultural, musical and educational stories to hard news items. Pathé eventually closed production in 1970 after accumulating over 3,500 hours of documentary history and Soul Jazz Records/Films were given full access to these film vaults for the making of this new film.

As well as offering an insight into aspects of West Indian life, the film allows us to see how a private British film company presented a Caribbean identity to the outside world. Consequently the film tells us as much about British society and its own identity and values – especially in regard to attitudes towards its colonies and former-colonies – as it does those of the Caribbean itself.

The relationship between the Caribbean and Britain is explored through features and footage of the onward diaspora of West Indians to the ‘motherland’, from the fascinating footage of the arrival of the Empire Windrush in 1948 (including an interview with new arrival Lord Kitchener) to racial troubles and more.

This film presents many aspects of Caribbean life to the viewer. From Calypsonians to banana plantations, from Voodoo ceremonies to revolutionaries, as well as hurricanes, stingrays and flying fish, colonialism and independence, water diving, carnival – all presented together here into a uniquely fascinating document.

As well as the West Indian islands this film also includes footage of Venezuela, Belize, Colombia and Florida, USA, which form the wider Caribbean region. It documents the changing relationship between a number of islands and their friends or enemies – such as, for instance with Cuba and the USA – as we see with footage from the Cuban revolution onwards.

“A compelling work which looks to situate the history of the Caribbean as a part of the history of Britain. It provokes questions of national identity, authorship and representation. In using a non-chronological structure, the film takes on new meaning as a kaleidoscopic, Chris Marker-esque investigation of memory. A powerful, jigsaw-like testament to the beauty and importance of archive footage.”
British Film Institute

Music CD 1: CD One: Caribbean Jump-Up, Mambo and Calypso Beat 1954-77
Big sounds from small islands! This album is a whistle-stop musical journey through the Caribbean stopping off at Trinidad, Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas and more along the way as Caribbean Jump-Up, Mambo and Calypso Beat all feature in this upfront selection of heavyweight Caribbean dance tunes from 1954-77! Includes loads of killer ska, mambo and latin jazz, calypso, tropical funk and more. Artists include Irakere, Cachao, Slim Smith, Celia Cruz, El Gran Combo, Edmundo Ros, Lord Flea, Techniques, Carlos Malcolm, Count Ossie and more!

BONUS Music CD Two: Afro-Caribbean Music Up From The Roots 1994-2013
Soul Jazz Records have been recording Afro-Caribbean music for the last 15 years, travelling to and documenting roots styles in the Caribbean region. This authentic Afro-Caribbean music is at the source of many popular styles of today and the album is a selection of Soul Jazz Records’ productions and includes music from Cuba, Haiti, Colombia, Guadeloupe and Belize.

Featured here are Caribbean music styles all of which have a 600-year connection with Africa as their heartbeat, with music – especially the drum – a spiritually significant link to the heritage of much of the West Indies.

Whilst popular music in the Caribbean has produced many new styles such as reggae in Jamaica, calypso in Trinidad, salsa and mambo in Cuba, zouk in Martinique and Guadeloupe, Afro-Caribbean roots music remains a constant throughout. This music retains its power today – a musical concept both forward looking and creative as well as remaining steeped in tradition.

This album includes 21st century recordings of Haitian Voodoo and Rara music, Cuban Santeria and Latin Jazz, Gwo-Ka from Guadeloupe, Paranda and Dugu from Belize and more besides in this fascinating journey through some of the many roots musical styles of the Afro-Caribbean. Available from 10.05.2013

Various – Mirror To The Soul (Deluxe 180g+DVD+MP3)
Thursday, May 30th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Mirror To The Soul (Deluxe 180g+DVD+MP3)

Image: 1580398 ‘Mirror to the Soul: Music, Culture and Identity in the Caribbean 1920-72’. Deluxe Limited edition 2x 180gm LP + Download + DVD + Insert.

The Film: A Documentary Film About British Pathé In The West Indies 1920-72.
Over two years in the making, Mirror to the Soul is a new documentary film about the Caribbean, a unique collaboration between Soul Jazz Records and British Pathé, made up entirely of newsreel footage (short news pieces of two or three minutes in length) filmed during the period 1922-1970.

British Pathé was established in London in 1910 to produce newsreels screened in cinemas throughout Britain before main feature films. In the 1950s, to compete with the new medium of television, Pathé began adding entertainment, cultural, musical and educational stories to hard news items. Pathé eventually closed production in 1970 after accumulating over 3,500 hours of documentary history and Soul Jazz Records/Films were given full access to these film vaults for the making of this new film.

As well as offering an insight into aspects of West Indian life, the film allows us to see how a private British film company presented a Caribbean identity to the outside world. Consequently the film tells us as much about British society and its own identity and values – especially in regard to attitudes towards its colonies and former-colonies – as it does those of the Caribbean itself.

The relationship between the Caribbean and Britain is explored through features and footage of the onward diaspora of West Indians to the ‘motherland’, from the fascinating footage of the arrival of the Empire Windrush in 1948 (including an interview with new arrival Lord Kitchener) to racial troubles and more.

This film presents many aspects of Caribbean life to the viewer. From Calypsonians to banana plantations, from Voodoo ceremonies to revolutionaries, as well as hurricanes, stingrays and flying fish, colonialism and independence, water diving, carnival – all presented together here into a uniquely fascinating document.

As well as the West Indian islands this film also includes footage of Venezuela, Belize, Colombia and Florida, USA, which form the wider Caribbean region. It documents the changing relationship between a number of islands and their friends or enemies – such as, for instance with Cuba and the USA – as we see with footage from the Cuban revolution onwards.

“A compelling work which looks to situate the history of the Caribbean as a part of the history of Britain. It provokes questions of national identity, authorship and representation. In using a non-chronological structure, the film takes on new meaning as a kaleidoscopic, Chris Marker-esque investigation of memory. A powerful, jigsaw-like testament to the beauty and importance of archive footage.”
British Film Institute

Music CD 1: CD One: Caribbean Jump-Up, Mambo and Calypso Beat 1954-77
Big sounds from small islands! This album is a whistle-stop musical journey through the Caribbean stopping off at Trinidad, Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas and more along the way as Caribbean Jump-Up, Mambo and Calypso Beat all feature in this upfront selection of heavyweight Caribbean dance tunes from 1954-77! Includes loads of killer ska, mambo and latin jazz, calypso, tropical funk and more. Artists include Irakere, Cachao, Slim Smith, Celia Cruz, El Gran Combo, Edmundo Ros, Lord Flea, Techniques, Carlos Malcolm, Count Ossie and more!

BONUS Music CD Two: Afro-Caribbean Music Up From The Roots 1994-2013
Soul Jazz Records have been recording Afro-Caribbean music for the last 15 years, travelling to and documenting roots styles in the Caribbean region. This authentic Afro-Caribbean music is at the source of many popular styles of today and the album is a selection of Soul Jazz Records’ productions and includes music from Cuba, Haiti, Colombia, Guadeloupe and Belize.

Featured here are Caribbean music styles all of which have a 600-year connection with Africa as their heartbeat, with music – especially the drum – a spiritually significant link to the heritage of much of the West Indies.

Whilst popular music in the Caribbean has produced many new styles such as reggae in Jamaica, calypso in Trinidad, salsa and mambo in Cuba, zouk in Martinique and Guadeloupe, Afro-Caribbean roots music remains a constant throughout. This music retains its power today – a musical concept both forward looking and creative as well as remaining steeped in tradition.

This album includes 21st century recordings of Haitian Voodoo and Rara music, Cuban Santeria and Latin Jazz, Gwo-Ka from Guadeloupe, Paranda and Dugu from Belize and more besides in this fascinating journey through some of the many roots musical styles of the Afro-Caribbean. Available from 10.05.2013

Michael Reinboth
Thursday, June 9th, 2011 | Tags: , , , ,
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Michael Reinboth, founder and owner of Compost Records is a real workaholic, so it is no wonder he has earned himself a reputation in various fields. His professions and projects range from music journalism and authorship to DJing and artist management. Since the late 1970s, Michael has been digging deep into music, working as a […]

Sonorama Records comes up with “PUPPET JAZZ” the first volume in a series of funky library compilations …
Thursday, March 17th, 2005 | Posted in News | Comments Off on Sonorama Records comes up with “PUPPET JAZZ” the first volume in a series of funky library compilations …

Soul/Jazz/Funk

Nonplace
Wednesday, April 14th, 2004 | Tags:
Posted in Features, Magazine | Comments Off on Nonplace

For the first time in 4 years all Nonplace associated artists and bands join forces for “Difficult Easy Listening“. This concept record is not only a wild mixture of various exotic quality grooves, but a stunning assembly of tunes from extremely different sources.

Notoriously not fitting into a single category the 9 acts and authors present 15 exclusive, previously unreleased songs. The production spectrum ranges from pure live instrument playing and advanced programming to a visionary mixture of both. What’s worth it? Nothing, if there weren’t passionate composers playing enlightening and soulful melodies …

Welcome on board NONPLACE …
Wednesday, March 10th, 2004 | Posted in News | Comments Off on Welcome on board NONPLACE …

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