|1||Juana Mil Ciento|
Composed By – C. Valdés
|2||Misa Negra (The Black Mass)|
Composed By, Arranged By – C. Valdés
Composed By – A. Sandoval
Arranged By – Paquito D'RiveraComposed By – W. Mozart
Composed By – C. Valdés
|LD-3797||Irakere||Irakere (LP, Album)||Areito||LD-3797||Cuba||1978|
|none||Irakere||Live At Newport Jazz Festival And Montreux Jazz Festival (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label||none||Unknown|
|IG-13.005, 13005||Irakere||Irakere (LP, Album, Gat)||Integra, Integra||IG-13.005, 13005||Venezuela||1978|
|JCT 35655||Irakere||Irakere (Cass)||CBS Columbia||JCT 35655||US||Unknown|
|SICJ 166||Irakere||Irakere (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Sony Records Int'l||SICJ 166||Japan||2016|
- Artwork – Pablo Labañino
- Bass – Carlos del Puerto
- Drums – Enrique Plá
- Electric Guitar – Carlos Emilio Morales
- Engineer [Montreux] – David Richards
- Engineer [Newport, Assistant] – Bill Messina, Hank Altman
- Engineer [Newport, Assistant], Mixed By – Russ Payne
- Engineer [Newport] – Jerry Smith
- Liner Notes – John Storm Roberts, Leonardo Acosta
- Mixed By – Frank Laico
- Percussion – Armando Cuervo, Jorge Alfonso, Oscar Valdés
- Piano – Chucho Valdés
- Producer – Bert DeCoteaux, Mike Berniker
- Saxophone – Carlos Averhoff, Paquito D'Rivera
- Trumpet – Arturo Sandoval, Jorge Varona
Demonstration Not For Sale Sticker on most copies, white label LP with demonstration/promo imprinted, not stamped post-manufacture.
First Cat No on label, 2nd on cover.
Recorded at the Newport Festival, New York
Also recorded at Montreux Jazz Festival by Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland
© 1979 CBS Inc./℗ 1979 CBS Inc./Manufactured by Columbia Records/CBS Inc.
[Recorded] during the group’s tour through the United States and Switzerland during June/July, 1978 […].
Performer credits extracted from liner notes.
Alternative spelling of track titles in liner notes: “Iyá” (A2), “Aguanilé” (B2).
Export copies have “CBS” stickers covering the “Columbia” logos on front cover and on center labels.
- Matrix / Runout (Center Label-Side A): AL 35655
- Matrix / Runout (Center Label-Side B): BL 35655
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records
- Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
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