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    Premiere release of killer library Spanish music from the seventies, mostly written for films, that is a huge catalog of disco music, funky, soul, and blaxploitation...
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    During the ‘70s, work days at Umiliani’s Sound Workshop Studios were hectic; thousands of sessions were held in order to keep up with a very busy Italian movie industry: Hundreds of soundtracks alongside with music library were recorded and released on vinyl in very limited quantities for TV and film production use only...
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    Feelings is considered an absolute cult inside the library music panorama As the same Torossi recently said, the album was played only by studio musicians…; the best we could find at the time, and the results show The album sees the participation of Sandro Brugnolini, Giancarlo Gazzani, Puccio Roelens and Stefano Torossi,...
  • A release of super entertaining library sounds from Italy, originally dating back to 1977, sees its first ever reissue This awesome collection, here available on 180-GRAM VINYL, comprises genres sa psychedelia, funk, blues, country and...
  • First ever reissue on vinyl Miscellanea -- originally released in 1969 on cult Italian label SR Records (home of famous composer such as Bruno Nicolai, Francesco De Masi, I Marc 4, and more) -- is the debut of composer Luigi Zito, an in-demand session player and music director throughout all the '70s An extremely brilliant music...
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    Frank Maston's Tulips is a sample-ready film score to the best '70s movie never made Originally a super-limited self-release on his Phonoscope label in late 2017 Be With Records were introduced to Maston by mutual friends Aquarium Drunkard and it didn't take long before the label decided this modern classic deserved a reissue...
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    Music by Roger Webb This album was recorded for the London based recording company “Chappell Recorded Music” and released in 1977 exclusively for professional use Farfalla Records allows you to discover again the music of Roger Webb (aka Paul Dupont) with this album that could have been the perfect soundtrack for a...
  • Loneos present a reissue of Massimo Guantini's Diapositive, originally released in 1977 Beside the telluric year in pop music and culture, 1977 was still ranked as the future for Italian leftfield composers Published by roman imprint Gemelli and credited to the elusive Massimo Guantini (none else than influential jazz player and...
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    4 years later than “Volume 1”, and two years after “Volume 2”, here is the final and last in the series “Esterno Notte Vol 3” The trip continues through the unexplored lands of the Italian cinematic groove, unearthing new pearls buried for too long While the previous chapters consisted of lost jazz-funk materials,...
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