|Title:||Bridge to Havana|
|Label:||Pyramid/ Universal Records|
|Release date:||June 29, 2004|
|Remarks:||In March 1999 over 100 musicians and staff traveled from the United States to Havana, Cuba for six days to write and perform music with contemporary Cuban artists. They shared the skills and transcended their linguistic and cultural differences. They synergy of the diverse talents made an extraordinary and exciting new genre of music blending jazz, salsa, R&B, son, rock and pop. On March 29, 1999 all artists joined together for performances at the Karl Marx Theatre in Havana. The event was called Music Bridges Over Troubled Waters.|
Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland both appear on this DVD:
track 1 (3.08) - shot of Stewart
track 1 (5.25) - shot (partial) of Andy
track 10 (42.26) - Andy on guitar during whole track (Esto Es Pa' Gozar)
track 12 (55.05) - credits (additional recording engineers [..] Stwart Copeland)
track 12 (56.10) - credits (Esto Es Pa' Gozar)
Some of the concert footage is quite blurry.
Besides the DVD a CD was released. However this album does NOT contain any contribution by Andy or Stewart!