Earlier this year Soviet Grails has released the 2nd album of Gunesh, C60 21197 007 / SG009.
Soviet Grail gonna issue some live recordings of Grig Pushen ensemble at Tallinn, Estonia as 10-inch vinyl.
Soviet Grails gonna release a 7-inch vinyl with two versions of track «Vietnamese Frescoes»: one is the album version from C60 21197 007 / SG009, and another unreleased yet. Pre-order.
Soviet Grail’s compilation of Mikhail Chekalin’s music. Pre-orderable now, shipping on Feb 01, 2019.
The first Soviet Grail’s reissue of Dos Mukasan LP is out of stock now. But there is another one pressed in golden wax this time. Preorderable now, shipping out Feb 1, 2019.
Soviet Grail reissued a very rare LP С60 26549 004 of the late 80’s oriental jazz band «Anor».
Soviet Grail reissued the first LP C60−24399 of Uzbek’s jazz-fusion band «Sato» called Legend / Efsane / Легенда.
There is a general belief, that the Surviving Master Tapes from the sound recording studio of the Soviet giant «Melodiya» Label is a myth. (More so, this myth pertains to the label’s republican divisions.) This is partially true, but not in the case of Leonid Atabekov, the leader of «SATO» Ensemble. During the last days of Soviet Union’s collapse, he showed up at the studio’s doorstep and bought out master tapes of the original recordings of his two albums – «Efsane» and «Pass Around the Good». Since then he has treasured this purchase. Thanks to the owner’s safekeeping, these master tapes were identified on the insert’s photo, thus enabling us to prepare the first official re-issue of this Oriental Jazz pearl of the Soviet era – «Efsane» LP, the title of which means «Legend» in Uzbek language.
Soviet Grail record label started a pre-order campaign for reissue of the cult classic LP C60−13215 of Furyuza jazz-funk band.
Russian ZBS Records recently started a new sub-label Soviet Grail which gonna concentrate on soviet groove gems. The first release is the cult first LP of Dos Mukasan. You can pre-order it by the link below.
Young Russian record label has issued recently two worth tracks by Russian/Dagestani composer Murad Kazhlayev.
The second track was recorded by the orchestra of Czechoslovakian Radio. Another version of it could be found as B4 on LP Крутые Повороты (1973).
Available as black and limited colourful 45 RPM 7» vinyl: