Antena – Camino Del Sol - New 2 LP Record 2022 Numero Group Brussels Blue Vinyl - Synth-pop / Bossanova / Post Punk

Antena – Camino Del Sol - New 2 LP Record 2022 Numero Group Brussels Blue Vinyl - Synth-pop / Bossanova / Post Punk

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Antena – Camino Del Sol

Label: Numero Group – NUM002
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Mini-Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Stereo, Brussels Blue
Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Stereo
Country: US
Released:
Genre: Electronic, Latin
Style: Latin, Electro, Synth-pop, Bossanova
A1 Achilles 3:30
A2 Silly Things 3:10
B1 Camino Del Sol 3:41
B2 Bye Bye Papaye 4:17
B3 Sisséxa 3:05
C1 The Boy From Ipanema
Written-By – Jobim*, Gimbel*, De Moraes*
C2 To Climb The Cliff
C3 Unable
C4 Spiral Staircase
C5 Noelle A Hawai
D1 Ingenuous
D2 Frantz
D3 On The Boat
D4 Jappo + Eno
D5 Seaside Week End
D6 Chanson Des Jumelles
Written-By – Legrand*
  • Licensed From – Whatever productions
  • Copyright © – Numero Group
  • Published By – EMI Blackwood Music
  • Published By – Corcovado Music
  • Published By – New Thunder Music
  • Published By – Songs Of Universal
  • Published By – Warner Chappell Music France
  • Design [Reissue] – David Castillo (4)
  • Lacquer Cut By – WG*
  • Liner Notes – Judson Picco
  • Mastered By [Reissue] – Jeff Lipton
  • Producer – Antena (tracks: A1 to B3, C2, C3, C5 to D6), John Foxx (tracks: A1 to C1, C4 to D6)
  • Producer [Reissue] – Ken Shipley, Rob Sevier, Tom Lunt
  • Written-By – Powaga* (tracks: A1 to B3, C2 to D5), Moiroud* (tracks: B3, C3, C5, D5), Fasy* (tracks: A1 to B3, C2, C3, C5, D5)
Gatefold Sleeve & two inner sleeve.

1982, Brussels: The former au pair for Rick Wakeman of Yes and two of her teenage friends are at the doorstep of Les Disques Du Crepuscule to make an album with Gilles Martin. Living on busking wages and next door to Tuxedo Moon, they manage to make a contemporary bossanova record that provides the missing link between Antonio Carlos Jobim and Kraftwerk. Antena’s album would be issued and promptly forgotten, with Isabelle Antena moving toward jazz in Asia and the others returning to France. Twenty years later, it was findable only as a VG+ LP with a sticker price of $4.99. Intrigued by the striking cover’s patio furniture at rest in the south of France, we scooped up Camino Del Sol immediately, giving it the distinction as the second record in our library.

Six years later, we're finally issuing it on LP. The original Camino Del Sol has been given back its spacious mini-LP quarters, packaged in a replica of its Benoit Hennebert-designed sleeve, while the remaining tracks (including all four songs from the "Boy From Ipanema" session, "Seaside Weekend," two Crepuscule compilation cuts, and four period outtakes) have been given their own LP, recasting this short-lived combo’s forward-thinking mile marker as a modern-day masterstroke.
  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink text & scanned): 825764100229
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: SACEM