Posts Tagged '#ILoveMyVinyl'

CAS Presents Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi ‘The Four Seasons’ with special guests Max Richter and André de Ridder

At our event with Spitalfields Music Winter Festival we discover how the work of our special guests blur the boundaries between electronic and classical music.

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Album of the Month: Fela Kuti ‘Gentleman’ & ‘Zombie.’

Plenty of musicians profess political and social ideals, but few follow through with the dedication that Fela Kuti had. We explore our November albums of the month ‘Gentleman’ and ‘Zombie.’

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Interview: An introduction to Denys Baptiste

We caught up with Denys for a quick chat about his life in jazz, the spiritual power of Coltrane’s music, and the building of ‘The Late Trane.’

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The Legacy of Burial’s ‘Untrue’ in 5 Records

We take a look at how the music of Burial is informing an exciting new generation of musicians.

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Fela Kuti ‘Zombie’ Musical Lead-Up playlist

Check out the music that inspired Fela Kuti to influence generations of musicians worldwide.

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Classic Album Sundays at London Jazz Fest with Denys Baptiste: John Coltrane ‘A Love Supreme’

Hot on the release of his album The Late Trane, saxophonist Denys Baptiste joins us at our first event at the London Jazz Festival.

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Fela Kuti ‘Zombie’ Legacy Playlist

Fela Kuti was one of music true gamer changers with his influence stamped all over todays music scene. Check out our legacy playlist featuring Talking Heads, The Budos Band, Matata, Manu Dibango and more.

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CAS Oslo presents THE ALLER VÆRSTE! – ‘Materialtretthet’ (Den Gode Hensikt, 1980)

Join us for a special event in Oslo as we dig deep into another Norwegian classic.

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Classic Album Sundays & Jazz Café Present: Kind Of New

We are delighted to announce our first ever series of live music events at one of London’s most iconic venues.

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Fela Kuti ‘Zombie’ Poster

Carl Glover designs another excellent poster for our Album of the Month Series – this time in celebration of Fela Kuti’s ‘Zombie.’

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