Caldera

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Caldera - Sky Islands Sky Islands
Jazz Used - LP ST 11658 Capitol
1977 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. COH. "One Of The Most Innovative And Chance-Taking Jazz-Fusion Outfits Of The Late 1970s, Caldera Was A Latin Band That Combined Jazz, Funk And Rock With A Wide Variety Of Latin Music. 1970s Fusion Explorers Like Return To Forever And Weather Report Influenced Caldera, But Its Members Were Also Influenced By Everything From Earth, Wind & Fire's Soul/Funk To Afro-Cuban Salsa, Brazilian Samba And Andean/Peruvian Music. Members Of Caldera, Which Was Led By Keyboardist Eduardo Del Barrio And Guitarist Jorge Strunz, Came From All Over Latin America As Well As Parts Of The U.S. While Drummer Dean Cortez And Saxophonist Steve Tavaglione Were U.S.-Born, Other Members Were Born In Costa Rica (Strunz), Argentina (Del Barrio), Cuba (Drummer Carlos Vega) And Brazil (Percussionist Mike "Baiano" Azevedo)." AMG. Dianne Reeves Fans Can Hear The Singer Here In One Of Her First And Best Performances On This Top-Notch Recording.... more details
 
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Dreamer
Jazz Used - LP ST 11952 Capitol
1979 Original Featuring Jorge Strunz, Alex Acuna & More. COH. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Caldera - Time And Chance Time And Chance
Jazz Used - LP SW 11810 Capitol
Beautiful 1978 Original Featuring Alex Acuna, Dianne Reeves And Others.... more details
 
Caldera - Dreamer Dreamer
Jazz Used - LP ST 11952 Capitol
1979 Original, Clean COH.... more details
 
Caldera - Dreamer Dreamer
Jazz New - LP ST 11952 Capitol
Sealed 1979 Textured Cover Original. Crisp Corners, Clean COH.... more details
 
Caldera - Moog Mass Moog Mass
Pop New - LP KSBS 2020 Kama Sutra
Sealed 1970 Original Featuring Robert Margouleff. Pristine.... more details
 
Caldera - Caldera Caldera
Jazz New - LP ST 11571 Capitol
Sealed 1976 Original. Pristine Copy. "With Wayne Henderson Of Crusaders Fame Handling The Production, Caldera Showed A Great Deal Of Promise On Its Self-Titled 1976 Debut Album. The Latin Jazz-Fusion Unit Isn't Afraid To Take Chances On Such Imaginative Pieces As Jorge Strunz's "El Juguete" And Eduardo Del Barrio's "Exaltation" — Chances That Pay Off In A Major Way. Though One Can Tell That Caldera's Members Were Well Aware Of Such Explorers As Return To Forever, Weather Report, And The Mahavishnu Orchestra, It's Also Clear That They Were Major Earth, Wind & Fire Fans And Had Absorbed A Wide Variety Of Latin Music, But Caldera Was Unique In The Sense That The Band Represented A Real Melting Pot Of Latinos Bringing Different Ideas To The Table. And On This LP, Those Ideas Work Magnificently." Alex Henderson, AMG.... more details
 
Caldera - Time And Chance Time And Chance
Jazz New - LP SW 11810 Capitol
Sealed 1978 Original, Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Caldera - Caldera Caldera
Jazz New - LP ST 11571 Capitol
Sealed 1976 Original. "With Wayne Henderson Of Crusaders Fame Handling The Production, Caldera Showed A Great Deal Of Promise On Its Self-Titled 1976 Debut Album. The Latin Jazz-Fusion Unit Isn't Afraid To Take Chances On Such Imaginative Pieces As Jorge Strunz's "El Juguete" And Eduardo Del Barrio's "Exaltation" — Chances That Pay Off In A Major Way. Though One Can Tell That Caldera's Members Were Well Aware Of Such Explorers As Return To Forever, Weather Report, And The Mahavishnu Orchestra, It's Also Clear That They Were Major Earth, Wind & Fire Fans And Had Absorbed A Wide Variety Of Latin Music, But Caldera Was Unique In The Sense That The Band Represented A Real Melting Pot Of Latinos Bringing Different Ideas To The Table. And On This LP, Those Ideas Work Magnificently." Alex Henderson, AMG.... more details
 
Caldera - Sky Islands Sky Islands
Jazz New - LP ST 11658 Capitol
Sealed 1977 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. First Sealed Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Great LP. "One Of The Most Innovative And Chance-Taking Jazz-Fusion Outfits Of The Late 1970s, Caldera Was A Latin Band That Combined Jazz, Funk And Rock With A Wide Variety Of Latin Music. 1970s Fusion Explorers Like Return To Forever And Weather Report Influenced Caldera, But Its Members Were Also Influenced By Everything From Earth, Wind & Fire's Soul/Funk To Afro-Cuban Salsa, Brazilian Samba And Andean/Peruvian Music. Members Of Caldera, Which Was Led By Keyboardist Eduardo Del Barrio And Guitarist Jorge Strunz, Came From All Over Latin America As Well As Parts Of The U.S. While Drummer Dean Cortez And Saxophonist Steve Tavaglione Were U.S.-Born, Other Members Were Born In Costa Rica (Strunz), Argentina (Del Barrio), Cuba (Drummer Carlos Vega) And Brazil (Percussionist Mike "Baiano" Azevedo)." AMG. Dianne Reeves Fans Can Hear The Singer Here In One Of Her First And Best Performances On This Top-Notch Recording.... more details
 
Caldera - Caldera Caldera
Jazz Used - LP ST 11571 Capitol
1976 Original Still In Shrink Wrap, Clean COH. "With Wayne Henderson Of Crusaders Fame Handling The Production, Caldera Showed A Great Deal Of Promise On Its Self-Titled 1976 Debut Album. The Latin Jazz-Fusion Unit Isn't Afraid To Take Chances On Such Imaginative Pieces As Jorge Strunz's "El Juguete" And Eduardo Del Barrio's "Exaltation" — Chances That Pay Off In A Major Way. Though One Can Tell That Caldera's Members Were Well Aware Of Such Explorers As Return To Forever, Weather Report, And The Mahavishnu Orchestra, It's Also Clear That They Were Major Earth, Wind & Fire Fans And Had Absorbed A Wide Variety Of Latin Music, But Caldera Was Unique In The Sense That The Band Represented A Real Melting Pot Of Latinos Bringing Different Ideas To The Table. And On This LP, Those Ideas Work Magnificently." Alex Henderson, AMG.... more details
 
Caldera - Sky Islands Sky Islands
Jazz Used - LP ST 11658 Capitol
1977 Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "One Of The Most Innovative And Chance-Taking Jazz-Fusion Outfits Of The Late 1970s, Caldera Was A Latin Band That Combined Jazz, Funk And Rock With A Wide Variety Of Latin Music. 1970s Fusion Explorers Like Return To Forever And Weather Report Influenced Caldera, But Its Members Were Also Influenced By Everything From Earth, Wind & Fire's Soul/Funk To Afro-Cuban Salsa, Brazilian Samba And Andean/Peruvian Music. Members Of Caldera, Which Was Led By Keyboardist Eduardo Del Barrio And Guitarist Jorge Strunz, Came From All Over Latin America As Well As Parts Of The U.S. While Drummer Dean Cortez And Saxophonist Steve Tavaglione Were U.S.-Born, Other Members Were Born In Costa Rica (Strunz), Argentina (Del Barrio), Cuba (Drummer Carlos Vega) And Brazil (Percussionist Mike "Baiano" Azevedo)." AMG. Dianne Reeves Fans Can Hear The Singer Here In One Of Her First And Best Performances On This Top-Notch Recording.... more details
 
Caldera - Dreamer Dreamer
Jazz New - LP ST 11952 Capitol
Sealed 1979 Textured Jacket Original. “Caldera's Fans — Something It Didn't Have Nearly Enough Of — Hoped That Dreamer Would Be The LP To Make The Band Famous In The Jazz-Fusion World. But Caldera Continued To Be Obscure, Despite Providing An Adventurous, Captivating Mixture Of Jazz, Funk, Rock, And Latin Music. True To Form, The Writing Is Excellent On This Album: One Cannot Accuse Caldera's Members Of Weak Writing On The South American-Influenced "Rain Forest," The Samba-Minded "Celebration," The Flamenco-Influenced "Brujerías," Or The Carlos Santana-Ish Opener, "To Capture The Moon." For Caldera, The Term "Latin Music" Meant A Variety Of Things — Everything From Spanish Flamenco And Afro-Cuban Salsa To Brazilian Samba And Andean Music — And On This LP, All Of Those Things Successfully Interact With Jazz, Funk, And Rock. Like Caldera's Three Previous Capitol Albums, Dreamer Went Out Of Print After The Band's Breakup And Has Yet To Be Reissued On CD.” – Alex Henderson, All Music Guide. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Caldera - Sky Islands Sky Islands
Jazz Used - LP ST 11658 Capitol
1977 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Unplayed. Very Light Crease At Upper Right Of Front Cover That Does Not Go All The Way Through. "One Of The Most Innovative And Chance-Taking Jazz-Fusion Outfits Of The Late 1970s, Caldera Was A Latin Band That Combined Jazz, Funk And Rock With A Wide Variety Of Latin Music. 1970s Fusion Explorers Like Return To Forever And Weather Report Influenced Caldera, But Its Members Were Also Influenced By Everything From Earth, Wind & Fire's Soul/Funk To Afro-Cuban Salsa, Brazilian Samba And Andean/Peruvian Music. Members Of Caldera, Which Was Led By Keyboardist Eduardo Del Barrio And Guitarist Jorge Strunz, Came From All Over Latin America As Well As Parts Of The U.S. While Drummer Dean Cortez And Saxophonist Steve Tavaglione Were U.S.-Born, Other Members Were Born In Costa Rica (Strunz), Argentina (Del Barrio), Cuba (Drummer Carlos Vega) And Brazil (Percussionist Mike "Baiano" Azevedo)." AMG. Dianne Reeves Fans Can Hear The Singer Here In One Of Her First And Best Performances On This Top-Notch Recording.... more details
 

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