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Physicians (Campo Di Marte)Physicians (with download) ... LP
Picci/Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. Sealed (reissue)... $19.99
An obscure set from the equally obscure Physicians – an Italian group who were better known as the prog act Campo Di Marte, but who here record with a much more jazzy vibe! The instrumentation is a blend of reed lines, keyboards, and some especially inventive rhythms – and the performances definitely hit some jazzy solos at points – giving the whole thing a quality that's much more in the territory of sound library funk than you might expect from the name or cover! All tracks are instrumental, but have a beautifully evocative vibe – instrumentation that speaks volumes, without words – on titles that iinclude "Jazz In The Cellar", "Sentimental Flute", "Sexy Rendezvous", "That Funny Rio", "My Girl From Harlem", and "Thirty Years Ago". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Suzanne CianiLixiviation – Ciani/Musica Inc 1969 to 1985 ... LP
Finders Keepers (UK), 1970s/Early 80s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Heavy electro work from Suzanne Ciani – an artist who peaked a bit later than some of her sound library contemporaries – which means she was able to contribute music experimental films, record productions, and video games – and not just the usual mainstream outlets! Ciani's electronics here are a great mix of modes – both analogue and digital – and her sounds often have a darkness that's really compelling, especially when you consider the ways some of them were used in areas that reached some larger audiences – really cool little spooky bits that underscore the more potent ways that electronic sounds were often used in the 70s generation. The music is light years beyond the playfulness of Perry & Kingsley – and has none of the softness of Ciani's later new age sides – a great revelation that will hopefully get her the recognition she deserves. Titles include "Atari Video Games Logo", "Princess With Orange Feet", "Paris 1971", "Live Buchla Concert 1975", "Sound Of Wetness", "Eighth Wave", "Liberator Atari TV Spot", "Pop & Pour Coca Cola Logo", and "Lixiviation". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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