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✨✧ Matsuo OhnoAstro Boy – Roots Of Electronic Sound ... CD
Creel Pone, Mid 1960s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A very weird and wild little record from Matsuo Ohno – the man who created all those cool electronic effects for the early Astro Boy cartoons! The album's comprised of sounds from those years, but really comes across more as some sort of odd, experimental collage – with short electronic passages, sound effects, and other odd snippets all coming together in really weird and beautiful ways – almost more like some Fluxus sound collage than any sort of animated soundtrack you might expect! The record does begin with the cute vocal "Astro Boy Theme", but then moves into a sublime array of dark, moody analogue electronic sounds and effects. CD
(Out of print CDr release packaged in a slim sleeve, limited pressing of 50 copies!)

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✨✧ ZanagoriaInsight Modulation (CDr pressing) ... CD
Creel Pone, Early 1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Amazing electronics from the Italian sound library scene – a record that's far darker and much more moody than other Italian albums of the time – often with complicated tones and elements that rival more important modern electronic composers! Most of the work is relatively spare, and served up in an analogue style that rivals the best BBC Radiophonic material – although here, the passages are even longer, and have a bigger conception overall – with less of the feel that these tunes are supposed to be random experiments or sound effects. The material echoes plenty of Pierre Henry, or some of the Dutch electronic experiments too – and titles include "Su 60 Impulsi I", "Jazz Modulation", "Mono-Tone", "Diorama E Recitativo", and "Condensazioni I". CD
(CDr pressing in a slim paper sleeve.)
 
 
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