What's funny about these lost soundtracks is that when you listen to the audio, they sound amazing and full of imagery, kind of like reading a book. Then when you see the movie, most of the time you're let down, but never the less, this is a great album.
Sunday, November 27, 2011
Here's a great reissue compilation album featuring Italy's greater but lesser known film composer's of the time. Alessandroni is the famous whistler of Morricone fame, but he also composed, played fuzzy guitar and led one of the premiere vocal ensembles in Italy, which introduced Morricone to Edda Dell' Orso. Orlandi is one of the rare female composers of the era. She's bad too.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
When I tell you that your album is dominating my "Sleep" playlist, please take it as one of the highest compliments.
Early eighties ambient aquatically themed concept album. Bubbly, oceanic, regressive submersion back into the womb which we came from.
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Here's a little compilation I made this summer right after I scored a bad ass Casio at a thrift store for a steal I tells ya. It mainly stays in the synth-based electronic/electro-rock realm with some rock with synth cameos.
1.) Umberto - Temple Room
2.) Kraftwerk - The Model
3.) Nowhere - Snowy Red
4.) Crash Course in Science - Cardboard Lamb
5.) Broadcast - Black Cat
6.) Sparks - My Other Voice
7.) Nine Circles - Twinkling Stars
8.) Twice A Man - Decay
9.) Liasons Dangereus - Los Ninos Del Porque
10.) Grupo Maravilla - Danza Bruja Danza
11.) Suicide - Shadazz
12.) Bernard Fevre - Dali
13.) Pink Industry - Time For A Chance
14.) Zomby - Strange Fruit
15.) James Pants - Seven Seals Theme
16.) Saga - On The Loose
17.) Prince and The Revolution - I Would Die For You
18.) Selda - Yaylalar
Yep. That's right. This is as weird and awesome as that album cover up there. If you're familiar with the whole Bollywood thing, then you already know what's in store here but this one got some cool eighties "new wave" synth and drum machine action happening.