This is the first edition our 7 inch record collection also “Bugiganga Tropical Vol.1” with two exclusive songs from Sao Paulo and Barcelona also by Banda Jardes and Super Spanish Combo.
BUGIGANGA TROPICAL VOL.1 • VINYL 7″ 45 rpm
€15,00 inc. Vat
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Tropical Diaspora® Records next release – Super Spanish Combo & Banda Jardes
Mataron A Juan Andrés by Super Spanish Combo • 2106 Barcelona – Spain
Grilos Da Vida by Banda Jardes • 1976 Original Samba Rock from São Paulo – Brazil
Many stories around this records exists and in Sao Paulo in the vinyl stores everybody know this record that is practically impossible to be found. One of the stories told by Regis himself is that somebody in that times as the band was very known in the city has made thousands of illegal copies of the record and as the band, producer and Regis began to search for the responsible and the pressure got to strong this guys trow all records that had not been sold in the river Tiete.
Anyway this year i meet Regis in Sao Paulo to get his only one copy of the record, he has made it clear, the record is only borrowed for our Tropical Diaspora Records project also we will press this song by our label soon. We will take it from this records that is in a very good condition. The record is now in Berlin and before we press a new 7 inch with this groove, the audience here will have the opportunity to hear and dance this great samba rock by the Jardes Band.
Cover Design by Matthias Beck – www.estudiorosebud.com
With this record we are pleased to announce the launch of our record collection Bugiganga Tropical. This is a 4 records collection with special cover designs based on Tropical Diaspora´s Records concept and realized by the designer Matthias Beck from Estudio Rosebud based in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. With plants related to the African-Diaspora in the Americas the cover art should help the beholder to remember why Africans were brought along to the Americas. For us the connection to the cultural and in our case musical legacy related to this movements from mainland Africa. This first cover art with a coffee plant remember us the kind of work Africans did in many regions in South-America, the regions where those rhythms were created trough the interaction between Africans and or Europeans and or Native south Americans. He hope you enjoy this records as we do!
|Dimensions||12 × 12 × 0.3 cm|
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