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Blue Marvin Orchestra (Alberto Baldan Bembo)Codice D'Amore Orientale (with bonus CD) ... LP
Joker/Schema (Italy), 1974. New Copy LP & CD (reissue)... $21.99
A sweet little set that's every bit as wonderful as its cover – an obscure slinky sex score from the Italian scene of the 70s – and one that's got some key funky moments, too! Music is billed to the Blue Marvin Orchestra, but written by maestro Alberto Baldan Bembo – and the whole thing's got the same completely sublime vibe as his own sound library material from the period – served up here in a beautiful mix of groovy elements and exotic touches! There's some fantastic drums on a few numbers – making for cuts that are even funkier than usual for a score from the time – and the set features the classic "Kamasutra" – a famous tune that mixes funky sitar and breaking drums, in a mode that's followed by a few other tracks as well. The whole thing's great – and in addition to "Kamasutra", other titles include "Sawadi", "Nude Love", "Thai Pop", "Hayng & Yutia", "Narai & Lakshmi", and "Mara Jat's Love". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes CD.)

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✨✧ Blue Marvin Orchestra (Alberto Baldan Bembo)Codice D'Amore Orientale ... CD
Joker/Schema (Italy), 1974. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A sweet little set that's every bit as wonderful as its cover – an obscure slinky sex score from the Italian scene of the 70s – and one that's got some key funky moments, too! Music is billed to the Blue Marvin Orchestra, but written by maestro Alberto Baldan Bembo – and the whole thing's got the same completely sublime vibe as his own sound library material from the period – served up here in a beautiful mix of groovy elements and exotic touches! There's some fantastic drums on a few numbers – making for cuts that are even funkier than usual for a score from the time – and the set features the classic "Kamasutra" – a famous tune that mixes funky sitar and breaking drums, in a mode that's followed by a few other tracks as well. The whole thing's great – and in addition to "Kamasutra", other titles include "Sawadi", "Nude Love", "Thai Pop", "Hayng & Yutia", "Narai & Lakshmi", and "Mara Jat's Love". CD
Also available Codice D'Amore Orientale (with bonus CD) ... LP 21.99

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John Phillips, Stomu Yamashta, & OthersMan Who Fell To Earth – Original Soundtrack ... CD
Universal (UK), 1976. New Copy 2 CDs ... $19.99
David Bowie's on the cover, but the music here is from a much wider array of musical sources – in a surprising array of instrumental and vocal tracks that really live up to the madness of the famous film! The key contributor here is John Phillips – who not only gives us some excellent vocal tracks that are in the manner of his Wolfking album, but also handles a few instrumental numbers that are pretty compelling – and offset by more offbeat percussion tracks by Stomu Yamashta, who's the other key artist on the original material! There's also some familiar pop moments from Louis Armstrong and the Kingston Trio – but most of the music is original. Titles include "America", "Jazz", "Rhumba Boogie", "Space Capsule", "Desert Shack", "Window", "Alberto", "Liar Liar", "Jazz II", and "Bluegrass Breakdown" by John Phillips; "Poker Dice", "Wind Words", "Mandala", "One Way", "Memory Of Hiroshima", and "33 1/3" by Stomu Yamashta; "Venus" and "Mars" by The Bournemouth Symphony; "Love Is Coming Back" by Genevive Waite; and "Blueberry Hill" by Louis Armstrong. CD

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John Phillips, Stomu Yamashta, & OthersMan Who Fell To Earth – Original Soundtrack ... LP
Universal (UK), 1976. New Copy 2LP ... On December 16, 2016
David Bowie's on the cover, but the music here is from a much wider array of musical sources – in a surprising array of instrumental and vocal tracks that really live up to the madness of the famous film! The key contributor here is John Phillips – who not only gives us some excellent vocal tracks that are in the manner of his Wolfking album, but also handles a few instrumental numbers that are pretty compelling – and offset by more offbeat percussion tracks by Stomu Yamashta, who's the other key artist on the original material! There's also some familiar pop moments from Louis Armstrong and the Kingston Trio – but most of the music is original. Titles include "America", "Jazz", "Rhumba Boogie", "Space Capsule", "Desert Shack", "Window", "Alberto", "Liar Liar", "Jazz II", and "Bluegrass Breakdown" by John Phillips; "Poker Dice", "Wind Words", "Mandala", "One Way", "Memory Of Hiroshima", and "33 1/3" by Stomu Yamashta; "Venus" and "Mars" by The Bournemouth Symphony; "Love Is Coming Back" by Genevive Waite; and "Blueberry Hill" by Louis Armstrong. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Man Who Fell To Earth – Original Soundtrack ... CD 19.99

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Moggi (Piero Umiliani)Omaggio Ad Einstein (deluxe colored vinyl edition) ... LP
Dagored (Italy), 1976. New Copy (reissue)... $15.99
Spacey electronics from Italian composer Piero Umiliani, credited here as Moggi – one of his great, non-soundtrack experimental works, taking a break from film scores to follow his own adventurous impulses – this one a trippy synthesizers-steeped tribute to Albert Einstein! It's got a groovy futuristic vibe, minimally arranged on spacey synths, often with the eerie, but still highly melodic sensibility of his soundtrack work. Recorded at Umiliani's Sound Workshop studio and released on his own Omnicron label back in the day – and it's a rare gem! 23 tracks in all, all them in the short side, giving it a pretty expansive feel for such a focused project. Titles include "Spazio E Materia", Elettrone", "Segnali Dal Passato", "Onde", "Particelle", "Apocalisse Atomica", "L'Orologio Del Tempo", "Fotoni", "La Volta Stellare", "Radiazioni", "Energia" and more. (Sound Library, Soundtracks) LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand numbered, limited edition on yellow vinyl – in a special "big hole" sleeve!)

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VariousEasy Tempo Vol 5 – A Slammin' Cinematic Experience ... CD
Easy Tempo (Italy), Early 70s. New Copy ... $11.99
Slammin's a definite good choice for the title of this one – as this 5th entry in the Easy Tempo series seems even funkier than the other volumes – a set that's got plenty of full-on grooves, hand-picked from the genius Italian soundtrack years of the 60s and 70s! If you're looking for a place to start digging the full range of talents of the maestros of this time, you'd be hard pressed to find a better collection – as the Easy Tempo name always means the best bits from this scene, served up in a package that packs a lot more punch than any single individual soundtrack! Titles include "Loco Love Motor" and "The Frog" by Augusto Martelli, "Montreal Non Stop" and "Anice Nuraghi" by Luiz Bacalov, "L'Arcangelo" by Piero Umiliani, "Running Fast" by Stefano Torossi, "Blazing Magnum" by Armando Trovajoli, "Trop's" by Alberto Baldan Bembo, "Vuca" by Tony Mimms, and "The Chicken" by Dick Oliver. (Funky Compilations, Soundtracks) CD
(Newly remastered edition!)
 
 
 



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