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Sharon Mhati Chatam (Gianfranco Reberberi)Fantasy (with bonus download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99
With a cover like that, it's easy to see where the fantasy in the title is going – certainly not into the musky world of swords and sorcery, and instead into the realm of slinky sounds that are right at home in the Italian sound library world of the 70s! The music here has all the warm erotic touches of some of the better-known soundtrack material from the time – put together by Gianfranco Reverberi, who you might know from some of his crossover prog classics – but delivered with a lean instrumental mode that often has a keyboard as the lead instrument, over slow-stepping basslines and some nice washes of strings used in just the right way. Some tunes have a gentle funk vibe, others are sweetly sexy – and the set also features versions of some bigger hits from the time, with titles that include "Daniel", "Sylvia's Mother", "Fire Shadows In The Sunset", "Vincent", "She Was Not An Angel", "E Poi", "Quel Che Non Saprei Dirti Mai A Parole", and "Closed In A Drugstore". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download! Cover has a corner that's just slightly bumped from shipping, but is otherwise totally great.)

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Stelvio CiprianiRhythmical Movement (with bonus download) ... LP
Sugar/Cinedelic (Italy), 1980. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99
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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Rino De FilippiOriente Oggi ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99
A very cool Italian sound library set from the early 70s – one that updates an exotic mode of previous years, but with a strong knowledge of all the new sounds and styles that have been cooked up since that time! Instrumentation is nicely varied, and often has some of the echoes of Italian film scoring – especially the type that might have been used in a late 60s film set on an island – while other moments get far trippier, and use things like sitar and strong percussion to almost create a psychedelic vibe! The music is far more vibrant than you'd guess from the cover – and titles include the funky "Oriente Contemplativo" – plus "Tempio Dei Bonzi", "Night In Oriente", "Regione Depressa", "Amore In Oriente", and "Citta Orientale". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies.)

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Fine MachineHabitat ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99
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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Egisto MacchiBiologia Animale Et Vegetale (180 gram pressing – 3LP set with download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1976. New Copy 3LP ... $65.99
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!)
Also available Biologia Animale Et Vegetale (2CD box) ... CD 28.99

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Egisto MacchiBiologia Animale Et Vegetale (2CD box) ... CD
Cinedelic (Italy), 1976. New Copy 2CD ... $28.99
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". CD
(Limited to 300 copies!)
Also available Biologia Animale Et Vegetale (180 gram pressing – 3LP set with download) ... LP 65.99

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Egisto MacchiNucleo Centrale Operativo (with bonus 7 inch) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1974. New Copy ... $34.99
A totally cool soundtrack from Egisto Macchi – very much in the spirit of his other, darker work from the 70s – and quite an unusual spin on a spy soundtrack! There's definitely some older elements in the mix, but they're often refracted through some more modern conceptions – so you'll get these splatters of 60s crime/spy jazz, but worked through these overall passages that are much more complex, and which use the older styles as references, then take off into much moodier territory. The blend is great, and very unique – and titles include "Motovedette", "Azione Notturna", "Interrogatorio", "Complici", "Prime Luci", and "Nucleo Mobile". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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Egisto MacchiPittura Contemporaneo – Pittura Moderna No 1 & 2 (3LP set – with bonus download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1975. New Copy 3LP ... $59.99
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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Mario MolinoInside (with bonus download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1975. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99
Cool keyboards and lots of sweet spacey touches – as you might guess from the cover art of this rare Italian soundtrack from the 70s! Mario Molino brings in some moogy bits that definitely fit the theme of the record, but mixes them up with a wonderful array of other sounds too – some very compressed lines on flute, a bit of strutting acoustic guitar, some chromatic piano, and other nice touches that offset the bolder electronic moments – which seem to come to the forefront especially strongly on side two. Titles include "Tempesta", "Tecnologia Moderna IIa Parte", "Le Pleiadi", "Tema Spazio", "Cattura Satellite", and "Finale Titoli". Special bonus – one track is a cool flute instrumental of a Genesis song! LP, Vinyl record album

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Narassa (Sandro Brugnolini)Viaggio Pop 1 & 2 ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1974. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $39.99
Hardly the pop you might expect from the title – and instead, a batch of tripped-out instrumentals that definitely lives up to the eye-bending image on the cover! The music here was all presented by Narassa on the original 70s sound library release of the two records – but time has shown that the project came from the hands of Sandro Brugnoli, with a very similar flair to excellent material that came out under his own name at the time! Nothing is excluded in the creation of the set – as instrumentation runs the gamut from groovy Hammond, guitar, and flute – to more offbeat string tunings, earthy percussion, and weird sound effects – all with a production style that really abstracts things even more, while still preserving a funky current at the bottom of most tracks. The approach is tremendous – and makes for two sound library albums that really move past the obvious European modes of the period. Titles include "Macero", "Rotativa", "Bodoni", "Calamaio", "Torchio", "Rullo Compressore", "Ruspa", "Cantiere", "Bttipalo", "Benna", "Trivella", "Accavallatrice", and "Asta Di Distribuzione". LP, Vinyl record album

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Roberto Pregadio/Romano MussoliniKriminal (limited pic disc version) ... LP
Beat/Cinedelic (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... $23.99
An amazing little soundtrack that's every bit as groovy as its cover – a great blend of 60s mod and Italian jazz, all in support of the skeleton-costumed master thief Kriminal! This set represents the first full length presentation of the film's soundtrack – a long-overdue masterpiece that steps off the jazzier modes used in Italian films of the early 60s, touched by some of the more dynamic production and arrangement styles that were creeping in later in the decade – all served up over short, sweet tracks that dance with delight and drama throughout! There's even a bit of the British and American spy modes of the time creeping into the mix – no doubt a way of highlighting the "international crime" reputation of lead character Kriminal. Pic disc version features a total of 22 tracks from the film – pressed on very cool looking vinyl! LP, Vinyl record album

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Giuliano SorginiUnder Pompelmo ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... $25.99
Fuzzy funk from the Italian scene of the early 70s – a really landmark record that ties together all the best elements happening in the soundtrack, sound library, and psych scene at the time! The group features two guitars and lots of organ and keyboards from the leader – really stretching out on the side-long title track "Under Pompelmo", which is a massive jam, but one that never trips out too much to stop being funky – a surprisingly great groove that stays right in the pocket for all of its 16 minutes and 50 seconds! The flipside features shorter tracks, but equally great – all like some lost sound library funk numbers of the period, but served up by a small combo with more focus on guitar and weird production styles – on titles that include "Honda", "When I See You", "Echoes From Canyon", and "To Rebound". LP, Vinyl record album

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Piero Umiliani with Gato BarbieriUna Bella Grinta ... LP
CAM/Cinedelic (Italy), 1965. New Copy (reissue)... $21.99
An amazing set of modern jazz – penned by Italian film composer Piero Umiliani, but also played by a very hip group headed by a young Gato Barbieri! Although Gato's probably best known for his late 60s appearances on the American scene, and his 70s dates for Impulse and Flying Dutchman – his earlier work in Italy is all pretty darn great, and this set shows the budding modernist to be in very strong company with a lineup that includes Enrico Rava on trumpet and Franco D'Andrea on piano, plus bass and drums. Side one of the record features full orchestrations by Umiliani – still plenty jazzy, with some great horn passages and cool use of vibes. Then side two features Umiliani's music played by the small group with Gato in the lead – a really great mix of modes that make the soundtrack a real standout, both in the Italian jazz and film scenes of the 60s. Titles include "Jazz Alla Vivaldi", "Ballata Della Bassa Padana", "Brass Fugato", "Una Bella Grinta", "Lontananza", "Sequenze Autostrata", "Free Theme", and "Hammond Blues" LP, Vinyl record album

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Underground SetWar In The Night Before (with download – including bonus tracks) ... LP
Tickle/Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy (reissue)... $29.99
A totally great set by this obscure Italian combo – a group who work like a psychedelic band, but who come across much more like a funky sound library ensemble – from the heavy drums at the bottom, to the mix of sweet organ lines and fuzzy guitars in the grooves! The whole album's instrumental – and has a really bold sort of sound – thanks in part to the talents of maestro Gianfranco Reverberi, who's in the ensemble, and has a really great way of isolating individual instruments within the larger context of the record! Because of this, you'll find some strongly pronounced elements that would have been lost in the fuzzy haze of more typical psych or prog – and the instrumental approach gives even more focus to the well-played instrumentation – which includes some nice lines on Hammond and flute. Titles include "War In The Night Before", "Car Driving", "Cool Paradise", "Hard To Go Up", "Oblivion", "Libutum", "Hot Paradise", "Hopeless Train", and "Useless Obsession". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download – with six bonus tracks originally issued as 7" singles on Radio Records – including "Arcipelago", "Motor Road Underground", and "Emisfero".)
Also available War In The Night Before (with bonus tracks) ... CD 15.99

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Underground Set (Psycheground Group)War In The Night Before (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Tickle/Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy ... $15.99
A totally great set by this obscure Italian combo – a group who work like a psychedelic band, but who come across much more like a funky sound library ensemble – from the heavy drums at the bottom, to the mix of sweet organ lines and fuzzy guitars in the grooves! The whole album's instrumental – and has a really bold sort of sound – thanks in part to the talents of maestro Gianfranco Reverberi, who's in the ensemble, and has a really great way of isolating individual instruments within the larger context of the record! Because of this, you'll find some strongly pronounced elements that would have been lost in the fuzzy haze of more typical psych or prog – and the instrumental approach gives even more focus to the well-played instrumentation – which includes some nice lines on Hammond and flute. Titles include "War In The Night Before", "Car Driving", "Cool Paradise", "Hard To Go Up", "Oblivion", "Libutum", "Hot Paradise", "Hopeless Train", and "Useless Obsession". CD features six bonus tracks issued as 7" singles on Radio Records – including "Arcipelago", "Motor Road Underground", and "Emisfero". CD
Also available War In The Night Before (with download – including bonus tracks) ... LP 29.99

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VariousMetralleta Stein (with bonus CD) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1974. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99
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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✨✧ Sandro BrugnoliniOverground ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1970. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Weird instrumental grooves from composer Sandro Brugnolini – played by a small combo that almost has a sound library feel! We know Brugnolini most from his soundtrack work, and this set's got a similar flair for odd sounds and weird rhythms – played here by a group that features organ, two guitars, bass, and drums – plus lots of unusual effects that make the whole thing sound strange and trippy! The music is a weird amalgam of funky jazz and soundtrack modes – familiar at points, but really offbeat at others – with a few key groovers mixed with mellower, more atmospheric numbers. Titles include "Cromaton", "Amofen", "Celluin", "Andrie's Dream", "Roxy", "Simanite", "Brain", and "Cortex". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Roberto Pregadio/Romano MussoliniSatanik (limited pic disc version) ... LP
Beat/Cinedelic (Italy), 1968. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The first-ever release of the soundtrack to the movie Satanik – a wonderful soundtrack penned by the team of Roberto Pregadio and Romano Mussolini, who teamed up a few years before on the classic Kriminal! The style here is even more open and creative than before – sometimes straight jazz, in a mode that rivals the best American soundtracks of its type from the mid 60s – but at other times, the styles get a bit weirder – often thanks to a thin-sounding guitar that kind of wiggles and wobbles into the mix, shaking things up with a mod sort of edge. Other solo instrumentation includes trumpet, flute, accordion, and piano – the latter of which is played by either Mussolini or Pregadio – and the pic disc version features a total of 15 tracks from the film, pressed on very groovy-looking vinyl! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Black FireCream ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Groovy greatness from the Italian sound library scene of the 70s – played by a cool little combo who seem to carry on the best styles from late 60s material by composers like Ennio Morricone or Armando Trovajoli! These guys mix together jazz, bossa, and some mod moments too – all with the kind of breezy styles that we love from earlier Italian film scores for comedies or romantic movies – especially those sweetly-stepping grooves that Morricone could do so well! Instrumentation changes up nicely – with some bossa percussion, offbeat electric piano, wah-wah guitar, and even some very cool wordless female vocals too. The whole thing's great – filled with the kind of gems we used to dig on the Easy Tempo series – and titles include "Corking", "Alcoholic", "Cream", "Airing", "Magnum", "Rush", "Relief", "Straggler", "Sorry", and "Melancolie". LP, Vinyl record album
(Very limited pressing – in a nice heavy cover too!)

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✨✧ Egisto MacchiIl Deserto/Pittura Contemporaneo – Pittura Moderna No 1 & 2 (3CD set) ... CD
Cinedelic (Italy), 1975. New Copy 3CD ... Out Of Stock
A really special set – one that features three full albums of rare work from Italian sound library composer Egisto Macchi! First up is Desert – 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", "Suone Per Un Rito", "Ghibli", and "Sabbia Mobile". Next are the three albums in the Pittura Moderna series – 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". CD
(Hand numbered, limited edition of 300 – in a special fabric-covered box!)
 
 
 



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