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  • This worldwide cultural phenomenon, a 1997 Grammy winner, co-produced by Ry Cooder, helped to introduce Cuba’s rich musical heritage and pre-revolutionary past to the world. For this vinyl reissue from World Circuit, the studio recordings have been cut from the original analogue half-inch tapes and mastered by Bernie Grundman (engineer of the original release), and pressed on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl. Housed in a gatefold sleeve, the LPs are presented alongside a 20-page booklet include a digital download.

  • This worldwide cultural phenomenon, a 1997 Grammy winner, co-produced by Ry Cooder, helped to introduce Cuba’s rich musical heritage and pre-revolutionary past to the world. For this vinyl reissue from World Circuit, the studio recordings have been cut from the original analogue half-inch tapes and mastered by Bernie Grundman (engineer of the original release), and pressed on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl. Housed in a gatefold sleeve, the LPs are presented alongside a 20-page booklet include a digital download.

  • Buena Vista Social Club’s Lost and Found is a collection of previously unreleased tracks from the Buena Vista all-star cast of Ibrahim Ferrer, Rubén González, Cachaíto López, Guajiro Mirabal, Eliades Ochoa, Omara Portuondo, and Compay Segundo—some recorded during the original album’s sessions in Havana, others from the years that followed. The studio tracks were recorded at the 1996 Egrem studio sessions in Havana and during a period of rich and prolific creativity stretching into the early 2000s. Lost and Found also features live recordings from the world tours of Buena Vista’s legendary veterans. NPR calls it "a gorgeous reminder of what made [Buena Vista] so famous to begin with."

  • This double-disc live recording, produced by Ry Cooder, presents the Buena Vista Social Club's triumphant Carnegie Hall concert—a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of veteran Cuban stars who made history there in 1998. "The 30 musicians onstage that night were aristocracy in action," declared Newsweek.

  • This worldwide cultural phenomenon, a 1997 Grammy winner, co-produced by Ry Cooder, resurrected the forgotten stars of pre-revolutionary Cuba, including Ibrahim Ferrer, Rubén González, and Compay Segundo. The New York Times praised its “evocation of a vanished glittering world of sensual ballroom dancing.”