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Artist: DOME LA MUERTE E.X.P.
Title: Lazy Sunny Day
Format: LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $23.00
"Dome La Muerte E.X.P. is the new project of Dome La Muerte, aka Domenico Petrosino. Cult character and guru of Italian rock n roll, Dome was a founding member in 1979 of the Italian precursors of hardcore-punk, CCM (Cheetah Chrome Motherfuckers). In the 80s, he was in the band Not Moving and then, in the following decade, he played in Hush and he composed tracks that ended up in the Italian cyberpunk science fiction film directed by Gabriele Salvatores, Nirvana (1997). To understand his caliber, he has shared the stage with The Clash, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Johnny Thunderss Heartbreakers, The Fuzztones and Iggy Pop. This new project is the son of his first solo recording experience Poems For Renegades (2011), which contained a highly psychedelic-folk matrix; they were thrown as the first seeds for Lazy Sunny Day (or more briefly, LSD), produced by Cinedelic and Godown records. Lazy Sunny Day, unlike Poems For Renegades, was recorded and arranged with a band, E.X.P.. The sound is mostly instrumental and its lysergically inspired by spaghetti western soundtracks, the beat generation, India, the hippie movement, and expansion of consciousness, comes with a deep respect and admiration to the culture and spirituality of Native Americans. The formation of E.X.P., with Dome La Muerte on guitar and vocals, includes: Luca Valdambrini (organ, guitar, backing vocals) from Surfer Joe And His Boss Combo and Pam And Pipelines, where he also played bass and contributed backing vocals as Alessandro Quaglierini, and Emiliano Giuliani (drums) formerly of Liars and a member of the original line-up of The Diggers. Also features: Lu Silver - harp on "L.S.D. (Little Sun Dose)"; Cristina Rovini - flute on "Amsterdam 66". "Sick City" was written by Charles Manson; "Eternal Door" was written by Not Moving." - Cinedelic.

Artist: KIMBALL, DAVID H. (PEYMONT)
Title: Atmosfere N. 1-2
Format: Double LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $39.00
"Cinedelic Records present a reissue of David H. Kimballs (Peymont) Atmosfere N. 1-2, originally released in 1971. Limited numbered edition of 600. Includes download code. An amazing and mind-blowing unrecognized gem made by Kimball, an American transplanted to Florence. Two tracks are composed by Serena Marega. Atmosfere N. 1-2 is abstract, mysterious, evocative, experimental, futuristic and avant-psychedelic. It is truly a fascinating electro-acoustic, industrial, dreamy journey that stands out in the panorama of Italian music as one of the most original and an unusual examples of psychedelia." - Cinedelic.

Artist: LUCIANI, MARIA TERESA
Title: Free Jazz
Format: LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $33.00
"Cinedelic Records present a reissue of Maria Teresa Lucianis Free Jazz. Originally pressed in 1972 in Italy by Le Monde, a label which has in its catalog only six titles released in few copies for radio and TV, Free Jazz is an insanely rare library music masterpiece. Absolutely the hottest, weirdest, psych-jazz album of the era. Maria Teresa Luciani is the sister of Maestro Riccardo A. Luciani. The only known members of the session are the great Gino Marinacci on flute, here on his most obscure recording session, and Riccardo A. Luciani on all piano, Fender Rhodes and treated keyboard delays. The whole album is outstanding, with various moods and atmospheres - from the groovy fuzz distortions of "Logaritmo In Do", the funky drums and jazzy psychedelia of "Free Flute In Beat", the modal cum spiritual jazz of "Playing For Fun", the frantic rhythms of "Traffico Caotico" and "Crazy Morning", the amazing hard bop on "Fotogrammi", the experimental jazz on "Walking In The Night" and "Free Jazz" to the beautiful "Free Flute" theme. Outrageous drum skills, electric piano played with a wah-wah pedal, studio effects, echo delays and psychedelic themes. All covers of this reissue are unique and unrepeatable with orange and black splashes of paint. Copies are numbered and include a download code." - Cinedelic.

Artist: LUCIANI, RICCARDO A.
Title: Inchiesta Sul Mondo
Format: Double LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $41.00
“Cinedelic Records present a reissue of Riccardo A. Lucianis Inchiesta Sul Mondo, originally released in 1976. Inchiesta Sul Mondo is a double experimental concept album, mainly electronic, based on topical problems of the period in which it was released, the mid-70s. The two records have two different arguments: Stati Danimo ("States On Mind") and Diagnosi Ecologica ("Ecological Diagnosis"). Maestro Luciani is a well-known artist in the library music scene. His very personal style is the result of musical studies from a childhood that allowed him to achieve a diploma in composition, choral music, choral conducting and more. The avant-garde and contemporary classical approach links him to artists like Egisto Macchi. Another point of contact between the two is the label that produced this double album, Ayna, which Macchi was a partner in. The album comes in a heavy cardboard gatefold cover with an original photo of the maestro inside.” - Cinedelic.

Artist: MACCHI, EGISTO
Title: Biologia Animale e Vegetale
Format: Triple LP Box
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $73.00
"Cinedelic records present a reissue of one of Egisto Macchis major works, Biologia Animale e Vegetale, produced by Renato Pent. Biologia Animale e Vegetale was recorded in Torino in 1976 and originally published as double LP. Egisto Macchi, often remembered as a member of Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, the historic Italian improvising collective (that also included Franco Evangelisti and Ennio Morricone, among others), was a major figure within the contemporary music field from the fifties to the eighties. The life path of Egisto Macchi seemed to be devoted to the multiplicity of aesthetic choices and musical expressions. While tracing his life and work, one notices an interesting duality based both on a very inclusive approach towards all kind of expressive needs and full control of the level of communication. A complex personality revealing the coherence of a man trying to connect elements usually kept separate; the inherent need for approaching different sources and the ability to be inspired by a wide range of intuitions. Macchi has explored and experimented in the field of sound and music without ever forgetting about his moral and civil engagement. His compositional work takes shape from the idea that music and arts should be able to create a symbiotic contact between the creator (composer) and the beneficiary (listener). All his work finds its origin in the need to integrate the sound language with the feeling of a new developing society. In fact music was just one factor in a more complex chain which included his humanistic and sociological engagement; a syncretic philosophical narrative and a symbolic tale revealing deep anthropological aspects. The 3LP box set is a limited edition of 600. The 3LP box set also comes as 180 gram vinyl and includes a download code." - Cinedelic.

Artist: MACCHI, EGISTO
Title: Biologia Animale e Vegetale
Format: Double CD Box
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $37.00
"Cinedelic records present a reissue of one of Egisto Macchis major works, Biologia Animale e Vegetale, produced by Renato Pent. Biologia Animale e Vegetale was recorded in Torino in 1976 and originally published as double LP. Egisto Macchi, often remembered as a member of Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, the historic Italian improvising collective (that also included Franco Evangelisti and Ennio Morricone, among others), was a major figure within the contemporary music field from the fifties to the eighties. The life path of Egisto Macchi seemed to be devoted to the multiplicity of aesthetic choices and musical expressions. While tracing his life and work, one notices an interesting duality based both on a very inclusive approach towards all kind of expressive needs and full control of the level of communication. A complex personality revealing the coherence of a man trying to connect elements usually kept separate; the inherent need for approaching different sources and the ability to be inspired by a wide range of intuitions. Macchi has explored and experimented in the field of sound and music without ever forgetting about his moral and civil engagement. His compositional work takes shape from the idea that music and arts should be able to create a symbiotic contact between the creator (composer) and the beneficiary (listener). All his work finds its origin in the need to integrate the sound language with the feeling of a new developing society. In fact music was just one factor in a more complex chain which included his humanistic and sociological engagement; a syncretic philosophical narrative and a symbolic tale revealing deep anthropological aspects. The 3LP box set is a limited edition of 600. The 3LP box set also comes as 180 gram vinyl and includes a download code." - Cinedelic.

Artist: MACCHI, EGISTO
Title: Il Deserto/Pittura Contemporanea/Pittura Moderna N.1 & 2
Format: Triple CD Box Set
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $43.00
“Remastered reissues of four rare 70s gems by Italian composer Egisto Macchi, collected in a deluxe box with canvas cover. Remastered from the original master tapes. Limited edition of 300 numbered copies. Includes the Il Deserto LP (originally released in 1974), the Pittura Contemporanea LP (originally released in 1975), and Pittura Moderna No.1 and No.2 (originally released together as a double LP in 1975). Macchi was born in Grosseto, Italy, in 1928, and studied composition, piano, violin, and singing in Rome with, among others, Roman Vlad and Hermann Scherchen. He also studied literature and human physiology at Sapienza University of Rome. Beginning in the late 50s, Macchi was active in organizing music, particularly in collaboration with a group of musicians and composers (Franco Evangelisti, Domenico Guaccero, Daniele Paris) to whom he was bound by strong friendship. Along with Guaccero, Paris, and Antonino Titone, Macchi was among the editors of Ordini magazine, which appeared in 1959. With Bertoncini, Bortolotti, Clementi, De Blasio, Evangelisti, Guaccero, Paris, Pennisi, and Franco Norris, he founded the Association of New Consonance in 1960, serving on the board and holding the position of President from 1980 to 1982 and in 1989. He later became involved with the activities of the Settimane Internazionali di Nuova Musica of Palermo. After his part, with Guaccero, in the founding of the Teatro Musicale di Roma, Macchi was one of the founders of Studio R7, an electronic laboratory for experimental music established in Rome in 1967. That same year, he became a member of the Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, founded in 1964 by Evangelisti. Macchis work in the 70s was mainly dedicated to experimentations in library music and film scores. Some of his most noteworthy soundtracks from this period, including those presented here, were released on the Ayna label, which gave him full artistic freedom.” - Cinedelic.

Artist: MACCHI, EGISTO
Title: Messico
Format: LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $33.00
"Cinedelic Records present a reissue of Egisto Macchis Messico, recorded in 1975. Limited numbered edition. Includes insert and download code. The artistic achievement of Egisto Macchi was avant-garde, not only for his immense talent and brilliance of his creativity, but for the quality he managed to infuse every musical language with - ranging from instrumental and symphonic music, musical theater, library sound, more varied and articulated. Towering over all of his works is his passion, commitment, respect and great inner need to break down the sectarian walls of thinking in categories. He had sensed that beauty could be located anywhere and that the biggest task entrusted to an artist was to leave the surface, always. Messico was originally released on the Ayna label." - Cinedelic.

Artist: MACCHI, EGISTO
Title: Pittura Contemporanea/Pittura Moderna N.1/Pittura Moderna N.2
Format: Triple LP Box Set
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $79.00
“Remastered reissues of three rare 70s gems by Italian composer Egisto Macchi, collected in a deluxe hardcover box with canvas cover. Remastered from the original master tapes. Includes download code. Limited edition of 600 numbered copies. Includes the Pittura Contemporanea LP (originally released in 1975) and Pittura Moderna No.1 and No.2 (originally released together as a double LP in 1975). Macchi was born in Grosseto, Italy, in 1928, and studied composition, piano, violin, and singing in Rome with, among others, Roman Vlad and Hermann Scherchen. He also studied literature and human physiology at Sapienza University of Rome. Beginning in the late 50s, Macchi was active in organizing music, particularly in collaboration with a group of musicians and composers (Franco Evangelisti, Domenico Guaccero, Daniele Paris) to whom he was bound by strong friendship. Along with Guaccero, Paris, and Antonino Titone, Macchi was among the editors of Ordini magazine, which appeared in 1959. With Bertoncini, Bortolotti, Clementi, De Blasio, Evangelisti, Guaccero, Paris, Pennisi, and Franco Norris, he founded the Association of New Consonance in 1960, serving on the board and holding the position of President from 1980 to 1982 and in 1989. He later became involved with the activities of the Settimane Internazionali di Nuova Musica of Palermo. After his part, with Guaccero, in the founding of the Teatro Musicale di Roma, Macchi was one of the founders of Studio R7, an electronic laboratory for experimental music established in Rome in 1967. That same year, he became a member of the Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, founded in 1964 by Evangelisti. Macchis work in the 70s was mainly dedicated to experimentations in library music and film scores. Some of his most noteworthy soundtracks from this period, including those presented here, were released on the Ayna label, which gave him full artistic freedom.” - Cinedelic.

Artist: MACCHI, EGISTO
Title: Violenza
Format: LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $33.00
"Cinedelic Records present a reissue of Egisto Macchis Violenza, recorded in 1976. Limited numbered edition. Includes insert and download code. The artistic achievement of Egisto Macchi was avant-garde, not only for his immense talent and brilliance of his creativity, but for the quality he managed to infuse every musical language with - ranging from instrumental and symphonic music, musical theater, library sound, more varied and articulated. Towering over all of his works is his passion, commitment, respect and great inner need to break down the sectarian walls of thinking in categories. He had sensed that beauty could be located anywhere and that the biggest task entrusted to an artist was to leave the surface, always. Violenza was originally released on the Ayna label. Features percussionist Vittorio Ferrari." - Cinedelic.

Artist: SOMUSUNDARAM, RAMASANDIRAN
Title: Skinny Woman
Format: LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $33.00
"Cinedelic Records present the first-ever reissue of Ramasandiran Somusundarams Skinny Woman, originally released in 1974. Skinny Woman is the only solo album by Indian percussionist Ramasandiran Somusundaram, a former member of Bambibanda E Melodie (post-Garybaldi band of Bambi Fossati), Maya, and New Trolls Atomic System (1973). Produced and played along with a large portion of New Trolls - the De Scalzi brothers, Gianni Belleno, and Giorgio Usai - Skinny Woman is an absolute anomaly of an album that mixes hard-funk and rock, supported by the incisive extraordinary rhythms of Indian music, all wrapped in an exploitation feel. The A side is a true funky party, starting with the funk-rock title track. But by the second track, "I Am Afraid Of Loosing You", the album takes a more experimental turn, with clavinet, Hammond organ, lo-fi brass, and a bizarre use of voices incredibly similar to Frank Zappas The Mothers Of Invention. The Zappa reference continues into the next track, "Everybody", which starts with a distorted bass riff in a George Clinton style. Then you get to "Electronic Heart", a rhythmic bomb with a long insane flute solo - by the unmistakable Vittorio De Scalzi - in a Roland Kirk/Ian Anderson style. The B side is more psychedelic and meditative, mixing Oriental tinges and the American west coast into a very peaceful Hindu atmosphere. Skinny Woman is a funky, percussive orgy with flute. Features the bonus track "Contrabbando Di Fagioli" ("Smuggling of Beans"), previously available only in a very rare 7", originally released in 1973; Includes download card; Edition of 500." - Cinedelic.

Artist: UMILIANI, PIERO
Title: Effetti Musicali
Format: LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $38.00
“Limited edition of 500. Glossy sleeve. First reissue. Piero Umilianis self-released 1968 Effetti Musicali LP exposes his art and his versatility; among his keyboards and other implements, Umiliani creates overlapping sounds and situations with full artistic autonomy, free from the influence of any outside producer. The result is a stunning psychedelic experiment. Remastered from the original Umiliani family master tapes.” - Cinedelic. "We all love a bit of Umiliani, and here on this exceptionally rare recording (for his own label) hes wearing his weirdo hat. Its orchestral, challenging, experimental and sometimes absolutely beautiful (listen to Oriente Misterioso). This is a strange peak in the underground world of peculiar library music." - Jonny Trunk (Vice, Record Collector, MOJO).

Artist: UNDERGROUND SET, THE
Title: War in the Night Before
Format: LP
Label: Cinedelic
Country: Italy
Price: $38.00
"First reissue of War in the Night Before by The Underground Set (1971), one of the most important and rare Italian rock albums of the 70s. Limited-edition LP in deluxe sleeve with laminated front and matte back. Includes download code for full album plus six tracks from rare 7"s released in 1970 and 71. The Underground Set were Italian band Nuova Idea, releasing under an assumed name for contractual reasons (they released another cult LP in 1971 as The Psycheground Group).War in the Night Before was produced by Gian Franco Reverberi (whose earlier work was sampled to form the basis of the 2006 Gnarls Barkley hit "Crazy"); Reverberi also composed the album under his Ninety alias. The Underground Sets second album, War in the Night Before is definitely heavier than their 1970 self-titled debut, with great fuzz guitar, organ, Mellotron, and drums. Some riffs in a Black Sabbath style anticipate what would be defined, decades later, as "stoner rock." Psychedelia, beat, rhythm and blues, and progressive rock are all mixed into these instrumental tracks with some polyphonic choirs typical of Genovese prog (particularly New Trolls).” - Cinedelic.

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