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Il Sole Nella Pelle (with bonus tracks)

CD (Item 587051) Beat (Italy), 1971 — Condition: New Copy
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(€13.59 || £10.75 || ¥1991) (approx.)
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A great mix of Italian cinema sweep and late 60s-styled sunshine rock and psych folk grooves – Gianni Marchetti's work for Il Sole Nella Pelle – plus a wealth of bonus material! It's a mix of moody strings, horns and piano that work in a timeless, delicately dramatic way, with material that feels like a lost hippie psych pop album, particularly the numbers with vocals by the group Middle Of The Road – with soaring, groovy harmonies. Original album tracks include "L'Incontro", "We Are The Founders Of All That's Around Us", "L'Inizio Della Storia", The Way Of Life", "Hippies' Love", "Musica Per Una Lunga Attesa", "The Sun In Your Skin (Orchestra)" and more. This great CD edtion features a wealth of previously unreleased bonus tracks – 10 in all, including "Il Sole Nella Pelle", "Lisa E Robert", "We Are The Founders Of All The Surround Us (#2)" and more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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