Taken from the 'Live at Carnegie Hall' album.
Buena Vista Social Club, the Grammy Award–winning 1997 World Circuit / Nonesuch Records album produced by Ry Cooder, is the biggest-selling world music album ever, with more than eight million records sold to date. The Cuban musicians from the album played a sold-out, one-night-only concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall on July 1, 1998. That show became the climax of the acclaimed 1999 Wim Wenders documentary about the musicians, also called Buena Vista Social Club.
Ten years later, World Circuit / Nonesuch Records release that evening’s performance as Buena Vista Social Club at Carnegie Hall—meticulously mixed and mastered by Cooder and World Circuit label head Nick Gold (who executive produced the 1997 album). It features performances by the original Buena Vista Social Club musicians including Ibrahim Ferrer, Compay Segundo, Rubén González, Eliades Ochoa, Omara Portuondo, Cachaíto López, and Guajiro Mirabal. Though all of these musicians subsequently went on to resurrect great solo careers, the intervening years have brought the loss of Ferrer, Segundo, and González. Buena Vista Social Club at Carnegie Hall is only the second release for the original members.
Available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Carnegie-Hall-Buena-Vista-Social/dp/B001BKVXGI
And iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/buena-vista-social-club-at/id291103153
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