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Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA 3027 - Condition - 80-85%- LP Record
Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA 3027 - Condition - 80-85%- LP Record
Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA 3027 - Condition - 80-85%- LP Record
Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA 3027 - Condition - 80-85%- LP Record
Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA 3027 - Condition - 80-85%- LP Record
Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA 3027 - Condition - 80-85%- LP Record
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Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA 3027 - Condition - 80-85%
Cosimo Cavallaro (born 1961, Montreal, Canada) is an Italian-Canadian artist, filmmaker and sculptor. He is known for his numerous installation art pieces involving real cheese, including a series of photographs of the iconic 1960s model Twiggy draped in cheese and covering the inside of a New York City hotel room with melted cheese.In March 2007, the Lab Gallery at the Roger Smith Hotel in Manhattan announced that it was canceling its planned "My Sweet Lord" exhibition scheduled for Holy Week because the hotel had received death threats [1] following a radio broadcast by Bill Donohue of the Catholic League. "My Sweet Lord" is a life-size and anatomically correct depiction of Jesus -- with neither cross nor loincloth—in an attitude of crucifixion, and sculpted entirely from chocolate.
The sculpture in question is a new version of the original "My Sweet Lord," formed from 200 pounds ofchocolate which had been damaged by rodents while it was in storage in Brooklyn. Cavallaro discarded the original piece and recast the sculpture. The new work is intended to be displayed with a group of chocolate saints, including St. Francis; Augustine; Michael, Jude, Anthony and Fermin -- all made by Cavallaro from sweet chocolate. [2]Bill Donohue was quoted as describing this as "one of the worst assaults on Christian sensibilities ever" and told Cavallaro in a live interview on CNN "you're lucky I'm not like the Taliban, because you would lose more than your head" .[3] Donohue even accused him of lying about being a Roman Catholic, and even a Christian at all.Cavallaro won the 1990 Juno Award for Best Music Video for his video for Boomtown, by Canadian singer-songwriter Andrew Cash. He lives in New York City.
Record Details
Title Cavallaro With That Latin Beat STA-3027
Artist Carmen Cavallaro
Genre Instrumental Music
Language English
Label Brunswick
Made In England
Manufacture The Decca Record Company London.
Serial No. STA-3027
Side One
  • Enlloro
Cavallaro
  • Dolores, My Own
Cavallaro
  • La Comparsa
Cavallaro
  • Frenesi
Cavallaro
  • Andalucia
Cavallaro
  • Mario La-O
Cavallaro
Side Two
  • Adios
Cavallaro
  • Poinciana (Song Of The Tress)
Cavallaro
  • You Belong To My Heart
Cavallaro
  • Green Eyes
Cavallaro
  • Come Closer To Me
Cavallaro
  • Perfidia
Cavallaro
Specification
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Record Condtion 80 - 85%
Cover ConditionExcellent

 

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Artist
Artist - 1Carmen Cavallaro
Record Details
GenrePrivate Songs
LabelBrunswick
LanguageEnglish
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Songs
Side1 - Song1Enlloro
Side1 - Song2Dolores, My Own
Side1 - Song3La Comparsa
Side1 - Song4Frenesi
Side1 - Song5Andalucia
Side1 - Song6Mario La-O
Side2 - Song1Adios
Side2 - Song2Poinciana (Song Of The Tress)
Side2 - Song3You Belong To My Heart
Side2 - Song4Green Eyes
Side2 - Song5Come Closer To Me
Side2 - Song6Perfidia