Vinyl LP pressing of this extremely rare Italian library album. Long revered in connoisseur circles, but always elusive almost to the status of a myth, Arawak's Accade a... takes US on a journey across the planet, depicting faraway places with an uncanny sense of style, using a tapestry of sounds and instruments, sometimes mellow and dreamy, sometimes engulfing the listener in a funky wicked drum break groove. We are offered the chance of a unique journey that takes US from Harlem to Boston, passing through Cuzco, Bali, Bahia, Belfast, Lima and more. Originally released in 1970 on Squirrel Records this album managed to stay under the radar until Hip-Hop performer Quasimodo (alter ego of producer Madlib) sampled 'Accade a Harlem' for the Suono libero series on 70's Jazz funk from Italian library music. Since then, the album gathered considerable interest hence calling for a proper reissue.
This vinyl record is available only in limited quantities.
This release is the reissue of the original recording, preserving many unique artifacts and details of the original release. This typically includes packaging, content and other materials.
This version of the record has been remastered from the original verion utilizing the source master tapes and the latest in recording technology.
Deluxe Edition Pressing
Contains features not included on the traditional version.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.