Here is a press release from the label -
Wednesday, 16 December 2020
Sunday, 24 May 2020
Two new digital releases have been slated for 2020 on the Sea Records label.
In January the French Jazz Funk quartet, Critical Quartet Experience issued their album and in June, the first single will be out.
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Stellenbosch singer and composer Lesley Rae Dowling will have her forthcoming digital releases for the 2020 remix project, guesting on the Sea Records label. The productions are by producer Terence McCullagh and licensed to LTE for distribution.
Here some links to the press releases -
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Monday, 17 September 2012
The first release was Robbie Jansen's VASTRAP ISLAND. Here a pic of the sleeve of the album, though as CD. The album was originally issued on Vinyl LP and Music Cassette.
The second release on Sea Records was the re-issue of Introducing Tony Schilder. Schilder was a bandleader who admired the work of Jonathan Butler who was engaged to produce the debut album by Schilder, though the musicians came from different generations. The album was issued on Vinyl LP. Tracks were taken from the original master plus new material for this CD only release pictured below.
Sea Records was envisaged as a Jazz label and several Hamburg based Jazz musicians licensed their productions to the label in the late 1980s and early 90s.
More recently Sea Records issued the Dhafer Youssef album - Digital Prophecy in conjunction with Enja/Jassics Music, South Africa.
More information go to - http://mountainrecordslabel.blogspot.de and http://searcords.blogspot.de
The first new issue on the Sea Record label in a long time is the re-issue of the ASIABEAT song, GOLDEN LOTUS as a digital single.
Two new releases have been slated for 2020 using the Sea Records label.
In January the french Jazz Funk quartet, Critical Quartet Experience.
And in February the re-mix of Lesley Rae Dowling's , The Spaniard.
The first Sea Records logo as it appeared on the back of the debut Robbie Jansen album.
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