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Luis Bacalov (Luiz Enriquez)L'Amica (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1969. New Copy (reissue)... $32.99
One of the greatest soundtracks ever from Luiz Bacalov – a set that's filled with sex and slink, but which also has a great sense of groove as well – blending bossa jazz, mod moments, and all the best styles of the late 60s Italian scene! The music is mostly acoustic, but has a really great way of using sustained notes on flute – which creates this dreamy vibe that's almost electric, especially when offset by acoustic basslines, percussion, and piano – all used at a level that's right up there with the best from Morricone or Trovajoli at the time! There's also wonderful drifting vocals in the mix – courtesy of Nora Orlandi – and titles include "Round Nassau", "Swingin Easy In Tanganika", "Rio Zona Sul", "L'Amica", and "Taxi Cab 67". Features two bonus tracks – "L'Amica (ripresa)" and "The Bitter Truth (inst)". LP, Vinyl record album

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Stelvio CiprianiRhythmical Movement (with bonus download) ... LP
Sugar/Cinedelic (Italy), 1980. New Copy (reissue)... $24.99
Rhythmical movement is our favorite kind of movement – especially when it's done right, which it definitely is in the hands of Italian soundtrack maestro Stelvio Cipriani – who turns in some wonderful grooves for this rare sound library set! The album's got a funky vibe that matches some of Cipriani's best film score material from the late 70s from the keyboard-heavy cuts that he used in both love and comedy scores, to some of the more upbeat disco sounds he'd bring out for other films – although the album's pretty darn upbeat overall, and definitely lives up to the movement-heavy promise of the title! Most tracks are instrumental, with nice funky currents and keyboards – and titles include "What Can I Do", "Brasil Connection", "Living & Loving", "Don't Tamper With My Things", "Burglar Proof", "Percussion Gun", and "Chicago USA". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download! Corner of cover has a very slight bump from shipping – but a very minor issue.)

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David H Kimball (Peymont)Atmosfere No 1/2 (with bonus download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... $24.99
Weird electronics, spacey trumpet, and lots more going on too – all in a set that seems to bridge the gap between early analogue electronic experiments of the postwar years, and some of the ambient sounds to come at the end of the 70s! The music here is never too obtuse, but often does move past simple tunefulness – really exploring space with waves of electric sound, but with focused statements that give each track an individual spirit – and some of our favorite moments even move into territory of early 80s German groups, like Der Plan or Pyrolator, but with a sound here that's a decade ahead of its time! In keeping with the "atmospheres" title, you might think of each track as a visit to a tiny musical planet – with names that include "Congresso A Babilonia", "Inchiesta Sul Futuro", "Sogno Dionisiaco", "Sesso E Droga", "LSD Viaggio Nel Passato", "Incubo Di Isabel", "Venezia Oggi", "Apres L'Amour", and "Meditazione Yoga". LP, Vinyl record album
(Numbered limited edition of 600 – includes download!)

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Egisto MacchiBiologia Animale Et Vegetale (180 gram pressing – 3LP set with download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1976. New Copy 3LP ... $49.99
Not the fauna and flora you might expect from the title – and instead, a collection that's every bit as heady as some of Egisto Macchi's other sound library work from the time – very offbeat, very unusual, and pretty downright spooky! The sounds here are almost more what you'd expect from the Italian experimental scene on Cramps Records than the usual sound library material – as Macchi works his instruments in so many different ways and modes, often getting weird tones from a piano, making percussion sound coldly melodic, and working in all these other soundshapes that create a nice sense of mystery and tension! And throughout, there's always a return to tunefulness – a sense of melody that can come through the darkness, sometimes at the weirdest moments – and further enforce our sense that Macchi is one of the true geniuses of this overlooked scene. Titles include "Germi", "Dinosauri", "Microscopio II", "Boscimani", "Stadi Embrionali", "Cuore", "Plancton", and "Rane E Rospi". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download! Limited to 600 copies – and on heavy vinyl!)

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Egisto MacchiIl Deserto ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1974. New Copy 2LP ... $29.99
A sound library set, but one that's way more than just a batch of short cues or funky instrumentals – and instead, a richly complicated work from Egisto Macchi that might stand perfectly alongside some of the most compelling experimental sides from Italy in the 70s – especially music on the Cramps label! The tracks here are all quite long, and very conceptual – definitely scored in a way that lives up to the desert in the title (also reflected in the sand-colored cover) – with a mix of odd percussion, unusual string tunings, and all these other sounds filtered through the mix to create this very evocative pastiche of elements – almost with an electronic feel at times, although we think most elements are acoustic – and spun over long passages that include "Il Sahara", "Cammelli", "L'Eco Delle Gole", "Suoni Per Un Rito", "Ghibli", and "Sabbia Mobile". Special extended version – with the full, uncut versions of each song! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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Egisto MacchiMessico (with bonus download) ... LP
Ayna/Cinedelic (Italy), 1976. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99
One of the more ambitious projects to come from the Ayna studio of Egisto Macchi – not some of the shorter selections that he brought to his sound library material, but a series of longer compositions that have a beautifully seductive feel! The works use light strings, isolated percussion moments, and more obscure sonic elements to create a haunting tapestry of sound – maybe a bit minimalist in conception, but handled with a richness of feeling that ties the music much more strongly to the Italian soundtrack scene – although with end results that are maybe even more developed than some of those recordings. Titles include "Canto Messicano", "Civilta Maya", "Danza Messicana", "Vaqueros", and "Por Una Mujer". LP, Vinyl record album
(Numbered limited edition of 600 – includes download!)

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Egisto MacchiViolenza (with bonus download) ... LP
Ayna/Cinedelic (Italy), Early 70s. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99
One of those records that reminds us that Egisto Macchi was way more than just a standard sound library composer – as, although he often worked in that format, he had ideas that were much more in keeping with some of the larger compositional territory of Italian modernists of the 60s and 70s – as you'll hear in this unique little set! The music might be sold under the theme of violence, but the sounds within are quite different than the usual cop and crime music – especially on the first half, which features two longer compositions that build in a mini-orchestral way – one using some themes that almost have a Latin American echo, the other with a more strongly percussive orientation. Side two features shorter tracks, most a bit dramatic – but hardly the random acts of violence you might expect – thanks to amazing percussion from Vittorio Ferrari! Titles include "Paura Sulla Citta", "L'Assassinio Dei Rosemberg", "Aggressivita", "Nazisti", "Fascisti", and "Violenza Meccanica". LP, Vinyl record album
(Numbered limited edition of 600 – Includes download!)

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Nora OrlandiIl Dolce Corpo Di Debora (180 gram pressing – with bonus tracks) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1968. New Copy (reissue)... $29.99
A beautiful bossa soundtrack from late 60s Italy – somewhat obscure, but easily right up there with some of the better-known classics from the time! The score is awash in bossa-styled rhythms, and features a fair bit of organ, vibes, and piano – often used sparely and spaciously to create a mood that's far dreamier than the tense setting of the film – a really magical approach that's filled with soft colors and wonderful tones throughout! Nora Orlandi sings beautiful wordless vocals on the leadoff track – which is almost a Rosemary's Baby-styled number – and Paolo Orlandi sings in a straighter style on one other track. Titles include "Marcel Deborah", "Night Story", "Ossessione", "Molto Tempo Fa", "I Robot", "Ginevra", "Croisette", "La Bandita", and "Musica Bionda". LP features 4 bonus tracks too! LP, Vinyl record album

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Armando TrovajoliIl Profeta/La Matriarca ... CD
GDM/Cinedelic (Italy), 1968. Used ... $14.99
2 of the grooviest soundtracks ever recorded by this Italian genius! For the score to the mod 60s film Il Profeta, Trovajoli adds in some great elements like twanging guitars, trippy sitar, and hammond organ – all of which groove along in kind of a "go go" mode on the set's best numbers, laying out a vision of swinging Italy that really makes us wish we were there! Titles include "Il Profeta", "Abbiamo Capito", and "Topo Di Campagna", all done in a number of versions, making for a total of 16 cuts in all! La Matriarca is even better – built around one lovely little melody, similar to Francis Lai's legendary A Man & A Woman soundtrack! The tune is totally compelling, and is played in a variety of speeds and settings – on organ, electric harpsichord, and piano – all with jaunty little rhythms, and a slightly bossa, slightly Frenchy sound to it. Really wonderful, and the kind of ditty you'll be humming for weeks after you listen to it! There's 9 tracks in all – including "Bossa Nova Remix", "Piano Solo", "Slow Take", "Main Titles", and "Dream Version". 25 cuts in all – with both soundtracks on the CD! CD
(Out of print.)

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VariousAttori A Mano Armata – The Main Actors Of The Most Violent Season Of Italian Cinema (CD & book) ... CD
Cinedelic/Amarkord (Italy), 1970s. Used CD & Book ... $11.99
An incredibly cool little package – especially if you dig funky grooves from 70s Italian police films! The book alone is almost worth the price – a 64 page hardcover tome that presents full color reproductions of 70s movie posters, images from the films, and filmographies for a few of the key actors in these gripping dramas. But added to this great book is a killer CD – filled with funky tracks all picked by Cinedelic Records, with an ear towards the kinds of drums, basslines, and keyboards that have helped these older Italian soundtrack gems stay alive with a younger funky generation. CD features a whopping 22 tracks in all – with titles that include "Il Grande Racket" by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis, "Montreal Non Stop" by Luis Bacalov, "Tira A Rezza Oj Piscatore" by Raoul, "Folk & Violence" by Franco Micalizzi, "Sangue Di Sbirro" by Alessandro Alessandroni, "L'Intoccabile Mr Cliff" by Riz Ortolani, "La Polizia Chiede Aiuto" by Stelvio Cipriani, "Preludio" by Osanna, "Gangster Story" by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis, "Inseguimento E Fuga (2)" by Ennio Morricone, and "Kidnap" by Piero Piccioni. CD

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✨✧ Fine MachineHabitat ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Fierce sound library funk from The Fine Machine – an Italian combo who may have only existed for this one rare project, but who turn out some really wonderful grooves in the process! The music is all instrumental – arranged by Oscar Lindok – and the group use a fair bit of rockish elements, including fuzzy guitar, electric bass, and plenty of keyboards – but in a way that's a lot more funk than psychedelic – although these guys still know how to make some sounds trippy while they groove! The drums are especially nice – snapping with a crackle that really gives the album a sharp edge – and each track has its own kind of special vibe, almost every number the kind of standout track that would only make up the one special moment on a KPM sound library set. Great all the way through – with titles that include "Cold Fever", "Snobbery", "Skin Deep", "Obsessing Promenade", "Crazy Eel", "Shut Paranoia", "Hand Shake", and "The Eastern Question". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies.)

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiQuel Pomeriggio Maledetto (The Perfect Killer) ... LP
Sugar/Cinedelic (Italy), 1977. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Sweet funky soundtrack work from Stelvio Cipriani – one of the maestro's best late 70s film scores, and one of his grooviest too! The music here has all the sharp, soulful elements of early 70s American soundtracks by Quincy Jones or Lalo Schifrin – complete with wah wah guitar, sweet funky flute, bumping basslines, and even some mighty nice keyboards – all served up without ever pushing things too far over the top – so that the balance of funk, jazz, and more scene-setting elements is perfect – that really sort of special balance you get only on the few best records by Jones or Schifrin. And while Cipriani can sometimes veer towards the more slinky, sexy side of the spectrum, he hardly does so here – as even the mellower moments have a nice subtle sort of groove, and continue the spirit of jazz! LP features 24 tracks in all – very nicely done! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition pressing!)

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✨✧ Piero PiccioniMusica Amore ... LP
General/Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The music of love from the great Piero Piccioni – served up here in a set that's right up there with his best soundtracks of the early 70s! The sounds come from a wonderful Piccioni array of instrumentation – some heavy Hammond here, a bit of soaring strings there – all set to offbeat, unusual arrangements that make these tunes sound a hell of a lot fresher than anything coming from the American instrumental scene at the time! There's still a few groovy echoes of Piero's mod 60s years – mixed with fantastic 70s charts that go even deeper, and which maybe make the record one of our favorites ever from the maestro – thanks to some currents of jazz and bossa from time to time. Shawn Robinson sings great soul vocals on the tunes "Right Or Wrong" and "Once & Again" – and other instrumental tracks include "Play Girl", "War Love Call", "Fiore Nero", "Ebony Rider", "Easy Dreamer", and "TNT Dance". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousMetralleta Stein (with bonus CD) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1974. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A single soundtrack – but one that features killer work from a host of the best Italian composers of the scene at the time – including Stelvio Cipriani, Carlo Rustichelli, and Daniele Patucchi – all of whom come up with some great electric funk for the set! The mix of composers makes for a nicely wide sound – and it's as if everyone brought their best few tracks to the session – picking out the sort of choice funky and jazzy numbers that usually are the standout tracks on other Italian film scores – working together here to make one heck of a mighty record! Titles include "Night Mood", "Chicago 80", "Santos Club", "Mato Grosso", "Verso L'Ignoto", "Il Mio Sguardo E Uno Specchio", "Tema Di Anna", and "Il Giardino Degli Angeli". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition – with bonus CD too!)

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✨✧ Junkfood & Enrico GabrielliItalian Masters (deep red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 2016. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
No junk here – as this hip instrumental group take on the sounds of three Italian soundtrack masters – Ennio Morricone, Piero Umilani, and Armando Trovajoli – all while offering up some very unusual interpretations of their work! The songs are familiar, but the instrumentation is a nice change from simple recasting on keyboards – and instead, these guys use guitar as much as they do some of the older elements – often with some fuzz that brings a current of darkness to the tunes that even exceeds some of the originals! The approach is a bit like that of some of the work on the Cineploit label, but this group is a bit more fully-formed – with trumpet, flute, and bass clarinet from Enrico Gabrielli – and the album also features guest vocals from Edda Dell'Orso on one track too. Titles include "C'Eravamo Tanto Amati", "Masquerade", "Eat It", "Silenzio Nel Caos", "Per Un Pugno Di Dollari", "Gassman Blues", "The Body", and "Conflitti". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition colored vinyl!)

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✨✧ Riccardo LucianiInchiesta Sul Mondo (180 gram pressing – with bonus download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1976. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A sound library set, but one that goes deeper than usual – as the whole project was put together as sort of a concept record, with thoughts on the contemporary scene of the 70s! The two records each have a different title and theme – Stati D'Animo and Diganosi Ecologia – but the musical presentation is very unified, with a darkly brooding blend of electronics, strings, and a few other acoustic elements – used in ways that maybe begin in the harsher side of the Morricone spectrum, but also flows to some warmer moments too. The music's not that far off from the experimental side of Egisto Macchi – but also has more of a soundtrack appeal at some moments – maybe for a dark 70s documentary on pollution or outer space. Titles include "Lo Statico", "L'Oscuro", "Timpan", "L'Astrale", "Interrogativo", "Terra Di Nessuno", "Vita Di Nomadi", and "Tragedia Ecologica". LP, Vinyl record album
(Numbered limited edition of 600 – includes download!)

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✨✧ Egisto MacchiPittura Contemporaneo – Pittura Moderna No 1 & 2 (3LP set – with bonus download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1975. New Copy 3LP ... Out Of Stock
A beautiful package – the three albums in the Pittura Moderna series by composer Egisto Macchi – all dedicated to modern art in the 20th Century, with individual tracks that are based either on a specific artist, or a style of work – all with musical references to match! There's some moments that are strongly in the territory of Macchi's more avant, outside compositions – those darker tones that have made him the stuff of legend over the years – with odd tones, offbeat woodwinds, and lots of unusual soundshapes that are almost visual in the way they come across – clearly a great illustration of Egisto's genius in scoring. The whole thing's very different than you'd expect if you only know the more playful or funky sides of sound library material – and each track is relatively long, with amazing use of instruments that include piano, vibes, saxophone, and cello. Titles include "Mondrian", "Kandinsky", "Impressionismo", "Chagall", "Optical", "Arte Cinetica", "Lucio Fontana", "Expressionismo Pragmatico", and "Pop Art 1a Parte". LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand numbered, limited edition of 600 – in a special fabric-covered box! Also includes bonus download card.)

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✨✧ Trans Europa ExpressIl Gatto Dagli Occhi Di Giada ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1977. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
An unusual group that we only know from this one Italian soundtrack – and a combo who's not nearly as electronic as you might guess from their Kraftwerk-sounding name! Instead, the approach here is a bit like that of Goblin on their horror scores from the same time – a style that uses keyboards, guitar, and bass that come from a more progressive music background than other Italian soundtrack composers – but which also comes off here with a lot less of the jamming modes that you'd hear in Goblin's work. Instead, the overall sound is relatively laidback – lessons learned from the great Italian composers of the early 70s, especially in their balance of subtle and more experimental sounds – all poised nicely to build over the course of the film. There's some great use of electric bass here – often quite spare and pulsating! LP, Vinyl record album

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