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Luis Bacalov (Luiz Enriquez)L'Amica (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1969. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99 24.99
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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Fred BongustoConviene Far Bene L'Amore (Love & Energy/Sex Machine 2037 AD) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1975. New Copy (reissue)... $22.99 29.99
That's a pretty groovy little cover – and the album's filled with very groovy sounds from the great Fred Bongusto – always one of the more enigmatic composers of the golden age of Italian soundtracks! Fred's 60s work always had a bit of a bossa touch, and that's definitely here at times – augmented by more 70s electric elements too – so that the sweet keyboards sometimes get all moogy and cool, other times lay back in a jazzy mode – over themes that have some surprisingly nice little hooks, almost the sorts of slight sentiment you'd find in French soundtrack material by Legrand or Lai! Titles include "Fantasia Su Tema", "Amore 10 E Lode", "Pensieri", "Latin Lovers", "Sex Campioni", "Exp Primo", "Conviene Far Bene L'Amore", and "Nuovo Tabu". LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand-numbered limited edition of 500!)

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Sharon Mhati Chatam (Gianfranco Reberberi)Fantasy (with bonus download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99
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! Please Note – the shrink wrap on these copies have split along the openings, they are however still new and unplayed!)

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Franco CiariAl Sint (with download) ... LP
Interbeat/Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... $24.99 29.99
Sweet funky electronics from Franco Chiari – served up on a rare sound library session with an incredibly groovy feel! The keyboards range from electric piano to much more moogy modes – and are played with Chiari in ways that are almost a more electrified variation of the Italian soundtrack styles of the period – a bit like the approach that Piero Umiliani started using when he picked up electronics, but before he started going too far outside! There's definitely some funky gems here – the kind of cuts that would have strong appeal to any fan of 70s keyboard funk – and titles include "UFO Message", "Love Ride To Montecarlo", "A Taste Of Beat", "La Ranocchia Impazzita", "Bossanova Du Du Da", and "Rio Tu Ed Io". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 600 copies, and sleeve has a unique splash colored cover!)

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FlashmenPensando ... LP
Kansas/Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $32.99 38.99
Fierce work from Flashmen – an Italian group who started out in the beat group generation of the 60s, but who turned out to have plenty to offer once the prog years rolled in – including an especially strong use of organ work that really gives this album a surprisingly lofty vibe! The basslines are wonderful too – never overstated, and usually spare but strong enough to really emphasize some darker currents in the music – as lyrics sometimes have a raspy quality that sounds a lot more urgent than the usual lyrics in a prog rock set! Titles include "Ingresso", "Maria", "Amo Mia Madre", "Un Pugno Di Mosche", "Sortita", "Nella Tua Mente", "Fortuna E Ragione", and "Qualcosa Per Sognare". LP, Vinyl record album

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Tony IglioDrugstore ... CD
Try/Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy ... $8.99 16.99
You gotta love a record with song titles like "Marijuana", "Drugstore", and "Hurrycane" – and we can definitely promise that the overall sound definitely matches those trippy references! The record's one of the most obscure Italian sound library sets from the time – and really has a feel that's more like an offbeat jazz album overall – never too outside, but definitely modern – with very strong passages from the saxophone, flute, and trumpet players in the group – who work nicely alongside some sweet organ and guitar, which provide some excellent psychedelic touches! Tony Iglio himself handles the Hammond – and wrote and arranged all the tunes – and in addition to the three mentioned above, other titles include "Jungla", "Yatagan", "Yellow Drops", "Soft Cream", and "Velvet". CD

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Jazz A La Mode TrioLess Is More ... CD
Cinedelic (Italy), 2013. New Copy Gatefold ... $8.99
A sweet Italian combo, and one who's got a very classic soul jazz sort of feel – a 60s-styled blend of Hammond and tenor that's mighty nice, and very much in the spirit of the vintage look of the cover! The record's got a great no-nonsense feel – just the right production to fit the group's soaring organ lines and hard-biting saxophone – spun out here over a host of classics from 60s, plus a few tasty originals too. The combo features Fabio Nobile on drums – who you might know from previous work in a more contemporary style – plus Sam Gambarini on Hammond, Alessandro Scala on tenor, and some guest trumpet from Marco Tamburini. Titles include "Bus Ride", "Money In The Pocket", "Fire Eater", "Funkallero", "Mambo In", "This I Dig Of You", and "Alligator Boogaloo". CD

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Rinsyoe Kida with Akira Ishikawa & His Count BuffalosTsugaru Jongara Bushi Drum & Tusgaru Jamisen ... LP
Teichiku/Cinedelic (Italy), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... $26.99 39.99
Shamisen never sounded so groovy before – thanks to excellent work from Akira Ishikawa & His Count Buffalos – who are working here at their funky 70s best! The album mixes great sounds from Count Buffalos with the solo talents of Rinsoye Kida on shamisen – the traditional Japanese three-stringed instrument that's usually used in much more conservative settings – but which is recorded here in a style that's right up front in the mix, and able to step out nicely in front of the fuller, groovier backings from Ishikawa and his group! Given the nature of the instrument, the style is quite different than some other jazz albums from the time that try to mix with Japanese folkloric styles – maybe a bit like Dorothy Ashby on the koto, but more striking overall. Notes and titles are all in Japanese – and the whole thing's pretty darn compelling! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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Takayanagi Masayuki & New DirectionsIndependence – Tread On Sure Ground ... LP
Teichiku/Cinedelic (Italy), 1969. New Copy (reissue)... $29.99 39.99
A fantastically free session from the Japanese scene of the late 60s – a set that really points the way towards some of the more dramatic, dynamic guitar-based expression to come in later decades! The group's a trio, with guitarist Takayanagi Masayuki very firmly in the lead – playing his instrument in a range of compelling ways – bowing the strings one minute, plucking with Derek Bailey-like complexity the next – sometimes with heavy drums and bass, other times standing out in very free solo space. The whole album's got a very freely improvised feel, and stands as an early link between free jazz and experimental rock modes - with tracks that include "Piranha", "Herdsman's Pipe Of Spain", "The Galactic System", "Sick Sick Sickness My Aunt", and "Study No 3 Up & Down". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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Sam PagliaKiller Cha Chacha ... CD
Cinedelic (Italy), 2003. New Copy Gatefold ... $6.99
Really wicked stuff – and the greatest album from Sam Paglia to date! Sam's really honed his classic 60s organ sound to a "T" for this one – grooving in a manner that sounds a heck of a lot like famous soundtrack work by Quincy Jones or Lalo Schifrin (no surprise, he covers tracks by both in the set of mostly original tunes!) The grooves are nice and lean, with plenty of organ in the lead – and styles run from 60s mod to 70s funky, with lots of nice twists! Titles include "Bullitt", "Suspense", "Room 26", "Black Loop", "Organsm", "Introduction", "Return Of Lo Blanco", "BBQ", and "Sanford & Son". CD
(Packaged in a 5" gatefold paper sleeve.)

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Gianfranco ReverberiRiti, Magie Nere, E Segrete Orge Nel Trecento (colored vinyl pressing – with download) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy Gatefold ... $22.99 29.99
Beautifully weird music for this completely bizarre Italian horror film – one that's got as much sex as it does slash – which you might guess from the "secret orgy" in the title! The tunes are a strange variety of numbers – with shifting instrumentation that can feature organic percussion one minute, moody ghost vocals the next, and even some compelling tape and electronic bits that make the whole thing get really crazy! The experiments are all nicely pointed, though – with a focus that really fits the mood of the film, and not just obscure sounds for their own purpose – which makes for a nice change from some more obtuse sound library material of the period. LP, Vinyl record album
(Numbered limited edition of 666 – In red and blue vinyl! Includes download! Cool cover, too – the flames are a special extra surface!)

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Santucci ScoppaToward The Peace ... CD
Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy ... $8.99
A killer set from Italian jazz gurus Cicci Santucci & Enzo Scoppa – an early 70s quartet effort that has a more fiery and overall freer sound than other Santucci Scoppa efforts of the era! This is one of those records that challenges our expectations of a combo, or in this case a pair, of artists that we've loved over the years, and their work is never predictable, but this one moves them in a more exciting and improvisational realm that works masterfully. Trumpet player Santucci and tenor sax player Scoppa work with an intuitive harmony together as always, but the vibe is far reaching a frenetic here in away that moves them away from their more hard bop rooted sounds. Many tense moments, but never far out, or compromising the fluid interplay. The quartet on this record includes a pair of Brunos – Tommaso on bass and Biriaco on drums. There's a Titles include "Colpi Di Flash", "Inumanity", "Tensione", "Toward The Peace", "Dalle Nostre Isole", "Routine", "Integration", "Liveri" and "A Free Way Of Life". CD

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Masahiko TogashiSpeed & Space ... LP
Union/Cinedelic (Italy), 1969. New Copy (reissue)... $29.99 39.99
Speed, space, and plenty more – all going on in the hands of a quartet led by drummer Masahiko Togashi – a Japanese player who's at his most youthfully creative on this album! Togashi was part of a new generation of musicians on his scene who were moving past conventional jazz modes – not just the free jazz styles that European improvisers were bringing to the music, but also maybe a more organic approach that was years ahead of its time, and not as widely recognized by the rest of the world until many years later. Togashi himself plays a big range of percussion instruments and vibes next to his drums – and the rest of the group features the great Masahiko Sato on piano, Mototeru Takagi on tenor and bass clarinet, and Yoshio Ikeda on bass – all moving effortlessly through a variety of modes of expression, on titles that include "Presage", "Speed & Space", "Expectation", and "Panorama". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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Piero UmilianiPiero Umiliani Library Music Vol 1 (13CD set) ... CD
Cinedelic (Italy), 1970s/Early 80s. New Copy 13CDs ... $124.99 159.99
A stunning collection of work from the legendary Piero Umiliani – material that represents his rare sound library recordings, done after an initial rise to fame in the world of Italian soundtracks during the 60s! These recordings draw on all the musical genius and studio techniques that Piero perfected during his work on film – but the albums were all issued only as non-commercial sound library records, and never saw much circulation at the time – even though most of the sounds within are even more revolutionary that Umiliani's soundtracks! Much of the material was done in his famous Sound Workshop – and styles run from groovy, to experimental, to electronic, funk, and psychedelic – served up in different modes, depending on the nature of the album projects. Albums were originally issued on small labels that include Luito, Omega, Rovi, and Omicron – and this first volume features 13 full albums, each with original artwork – records that include Percussioni Ed Effetti Speciali, Underground, Temi Ritmici E Dinamici, Nuove Arie Romantiche, Classica Per L'Umo D'Oggi, Mondo Inquieto, Motivi Allegri E Distensivi, Discomusic, Tensione, Film Concerto, Panorama Italiano, Album Di Viaggio, and Suspence Elettronica. CD
(A beautiful set – comes in a wood box, with LP-styled sleeves and a booklet of notes – numbered edition of 500 copies! Please Note – the boxes in this shipment are painted white instead of black as shown above!)

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Paolo VasileIl Giorno Del Cobra ... LP
Cinevox/Cinedelic (Italy), 1980. New Copy (reissue)... $28.99
A killer cop/crime soundtrack from the Italian scene – recorded a bit late in comparison to some of the more famous entries, but done in a style that's very much like some of the best from the 70s! Things are nice and spare, with a bassline on many tracks that feels like a heartbeat moving a bit too fast – touched with wicked work on keyboards and guitars that carve out all these wonderful flashy bits around the edges – that way of using 70s instrumental styles that seemed to instantly evoke the bad guys – and the other guys who were always in hot pursuit! Charlie Cannon sings English language vocals on the groovy title cut, "The Day Of The Cobra" – and other titles include "Clash", "Flight", "Fear", "Suspicion", "Upstairs", "Astonishment", "Spy", and "Revenge". LP, Vinyl record album

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Chisato Yamada/Takeshi TerauchiSuite Nihonkai ... LP
Teichiku/Cinedelic (Italy), 1981. New Copy (reissue)... $29.99 39.99
A totally cool little record from Japan – one that mixes old school acoustic instrumentation on shamisen with these larger arrangements that have a much more contemporary vibe – partly 70s funk, partly soundtrack in scope, and a very cool backdrop for the spare sound of the unique three-stringed instrument! Chisato Yamada plays with plenty of feeling here – often doing a heck of a lot with just a little – as the larger charts from Takeshi Terauchi swell and groove, almost as if the whole thing were some groovy film score from the time! All song titles are in Japanese – and the set features the long "Sea Of Japan" suite, plus a few shorter tracks too. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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VariousDiabolikal Super Kriminal ... CD
Cinedelic (Italy), 2008. New Copy ... $8.99 16.99
New music, but all recorded with an older Italian soundtrack feel – cuts that recall the spookier modes used in the famous Satanik, Diabolik, and Kriminal films of the 60s, with a few later elements as well! The music here is performed El Reverendo M, but the set also features contributions from Neuropa, Mirco Martelli, and Charles E Hall Band – all artists who mix in plenty of spooky keyboards, weird bits, and occasional spacier touches – almost an early 80s Cosmic nightclub twist, added to the soundtrack inspiration for the tunes! Most numbers are stark and spare, with a chilling feel to match the images – even when grooving – and titles include "The Man Behind The Mask", "The Way Of Killing", "Satanik Dream", "Liberazione Dana", "Vamos A Killing Companeros", "Sonatine For The Diabolikal Super Kriminal", and "Open Air". CD

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✨✧ Alessandro AlessandroniLa Terrificante Notte Del Demonio (Devil's Nightmare) ... LP
GDM/Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Demonic sounds, but surprisingly sweet as well – done with this easy-flowing style that's really wonderful – and much more similar to the seductive sound library work of Alessandro Alessandroni, than to some of the starker, darker horror of the time! There's definitely some spooky passages, but they're almost always warmed up in really nice ways – both with keyboards, and with these wordless vocals from the lovely Giulia De Mutiis, who drifts through the record like some sexy ghost. Her vocals almost give the whole thing a more dream-like feel at times – not too atmospheric, but with clouds of sweet sounds that blow through the space in a wonderful way. Titles include "Demon Night II", "Demon Arise", "Dark Dreamer", "Devil's Nightmare", and "Erotic Demon". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Bid-On (Giuliano Sorgini)Sorry Puppet ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wonderful sound library jazz from the Italian scene of the early 70s – and a record that's got a lot more warmth and color than you'd guess from its cover! The set was created by Giuliano Sorgi, working under his Raskovich name – with a small combo who seem equally well-skilled at a range of styles – including bossa instrumentals, funky jazz, and some very unusual moody moments – all laid out to make for a wonderful tapestry of sounds! There's some great flute on the record, used in that cool chromatic way that Italian players were picking up at the time – and the bossa numbers bring in acoustic guitar to sit nicely alongside the rhythms. Funkier tracks have the flute in a bit more blown-out mode, or some tenor too – and a few other tracks have these great lyrical piano lines that are mighty nice! Titles include "With A Finger", "Puppet", "Without Head", "Sweet Smelling", "Sow", "Dwarf-Like", "Savoury", "Trade Mark", and "Of Amber". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited pressing – only 600 copies! Great heavy cover too.)

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✨✧ Giacomo Dell'OrsoA Me Stesso Con Simpatia (with download) ... LP
Interbeat/Cinedelic (Italy), 1975. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A sweet 70s sound library session from the tiny Interbeat label – and one that does a great job of mixing up jazz, bossa, and maybe a bit of proggish keyboards too! The sound is relatively stripped-down – mostly jazzy rhythms and keyboards, served up in a variety of really cool tunes – and sometimes messed up a bit in the production, with subtle use of echo and reverb that trip things out, but in a very gentle way! There's a bit of tenor or flute at times, too – and the groove runs from hard and funky, to cool and breezy – on tracks that include "Hippy Piu Che Mai", "Sambatico", "Un Italiano A Manhattan", "Ciao Carioca", "Dolce Emma", "Valzer Souvanir", "Balla Hermosa", and "Ieri Sera A Rio". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 600 copies, includes download!)

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✨✧ Flower MeguSasayaki, Tameki, & Modae (Sighs, Whispers, & Anguish) (2022 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Dan/Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A really cool record from Japanese actress Flower Megu – one that came out at the latter end of the "pin up" years of the scene, in which a lovely face and sexy voice were often more than enough to make a record! That's definitely the case here – as Flower delivers a mix of spoken and sung material, maybe a bit in the territory of Jane Birkin during the same time – but with instrumentation that's a bit more varied. The set actually begins with a version of the classic "Je T'Aime", which Birkin sang with Serge Gainsbourg – and it moves through tunes in a variety of styles, with some light orchestrations, and some more 70s gentle pop modes. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Jiro Inagaki & Soul MediaWoodstock Generation (colored vinyl pressing) ... LP
Union/Cinedelic (Italy), 1970. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A Japanese take on the sound of late 60s Woodstock – one that kind of takes all the best songs from the famous festival, then distills them into a batch of short, tight, funky jazz instrumentals! The approach is very cool – more funky than hippie, especially since the album begins with a massive drum break – although the instrumentation does have some nice fuzzy touches around the edges, particularly on some of the guitars and maybe a bit of the keyboards. There's brassy horns on the top, and lots of great rhythms on the bottom – and titles include "The Ground For Peace", "Spoonful", "Summertime Blues", "Mama Told Me", "I Want To Take You Higher", "Woodstock", "Knick Knack", and "Head Rock". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition colored vinyl pressing!)

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✨✧ Capricorn CollegeOrfeo 2000 ... LP
Kansas/Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A gem of a record from the Italian prog scene of the early 70s – exactly the kind of well-crafted album that really set the scene apart from the rest! There's a real care with the instrumentation here – lots of piano, organ, and other keyboards from Mario Barigazzi, who also handles arrangements – music that moves with the sharpness of musicians skilled in other styles, but the kind of immediacy demanded by the prog underground of the time – often with an instrumental focus, but very different than jazz fusion too! Other players handle tenor, flute, guitar, and percussion – and there's a small bit of vocals as well, on titles that include "Particolare Amore", "Io Piu Te", "Orfeo 2000", "Anatomia Di Una Notte", "Why", and "Corri Corri Corri". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Akira Ishikawa & Count BuffalosAfrican Rock ... LP
Dan/Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Don't think "African rock", think spiritual jazz – as the set's a brilliant blend of the funky styles of Akira Ishikawa and his Count Buffalos combo with some deeper percussive elements that bring a whole new global sound to his music! Ishikawa was already a tremendous talent before this point in his career, but this set represents a handful of African-titled records that really had him hitting his stride – taking an older Japanese funky band mode and fitting it to some hipper elements for the 70s – including some sweet electric touches, used in all the right ways! This set may also be the most ambitious of these albums, too – as it's written like a larger suite of tracks – with titles that include "Love", "Hunting", "Animals", "Dawn", "Prayer", and "The Earth". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Egisto MacchiSud E Magia ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1977. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
An experimental sound library set from Egisto Macchi, but one that's got a really organic sort of vibe – as the music was done for a film that looked at the rites and superstitions of the south of Italy – and gets some really well-deserved spooky sounds in the process! Some moments almost feel ethnographic, while others are more in an abstract range of expression, but still relatively tuneful – maybe prefacing that later offshoot of UK industrial creativity that would emerge in the generation of Hafler Trio, Zoviet France, and Nocturnal Emissions. Instrumentation includes vibes, cello, piano, flute, and organ – but often used in very unusual ways – on titles that include "Sette Aerofoni", "Un Violoncello Magico", "Vibrafono Con Bocca", "Violento Con Grido Vibrafono", and "Tappeto Aerofoni". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition.)

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✨✧ Ping PongAbout Time ... LP
Emiliana/Cinedelic (Italy), 1971. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A lost jazz rock wailer from the Italian scene at the start of the 70s – a set that's got some tighter, shorter tracks than some of the prog classics from that nation to come – and a record that's maybe a nice bridge between the UK modes of that time when groups were evolving from the soulfulness of the beat group years to some freer flights of instrumental frenzy! Lyrics are all in English – and the rhythms can be romping and groovy in a really great way, often augmented by some wicked lead work on flute – used in a style that's maybe more Harold McNair than Ian Anderson – and we mean that in the best way possible. Titles include "Dark Morning Skies", "Daft", "Drinking", "Banshee", "Diamond Seller", "Funny Wife", and "About Time". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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✨✧ Enrico IntraJazz In Fabbrica (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A beautiful set of free-flowing work from Italian pianist Enrico Intra – a set that takes up the space of the entire record, yet maintains a sense of structure and mission throughout! There are freer passages in the work, but the set isn't completely free jazz overall – as Intra has a way of pacing things out and using some more spacious piano lines to bring everyone else into periods of regrouping – masterfully directing a quintet that includes Sergio Fanni on trumpet, Giancarlo Barigozzi on tenor and flute, Carlo Milano on bass, and Carlo Sola on drums! The scope of the work is wonderful, and the whole thing may well be one of the most striking albums we've ever heard from Intra – and that's saying a lot, given his other work. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)
 
 
 



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