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Artist: GRUPPO DI IMPROVVISAZIONE NUOVA CONSONANZA
Title: Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura
Format: LP
Label: Dagored
Country: Italy
Price: $24.00
"In 1971, for his score for Enzo Castellaris Gli occhi freddi della paura, Ennio Morricone called on the services of Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza, the legendary improvisational avant-garde combo of which he was a founding member. Not only a classy soundtrack but also a classic of the experimental and free jazz genres. Limited edition of 500 copies." - Dagored.

Artist: MOGGI AKA PIERO UMILIANI
Title: Omaggio ad Einstein
Format: LP
Label: Dagored
Country: Italy
Price: $24.00
"Omaggio ad Einstein has a special place among the many albums of electronic music composed by Piero Umiliani. In this homage to the German physicist, Umiliani subverts the rules of space and time in music and creates an album with 23 compositions, all of them less than two minutes long, instead of following the traditional 7-10 tracks usually present in an LP. This is an original and experimental album, with a peculiar and epic catchiness, tied to Piero Umilianis masterful use of synthesizers and great experience in the field of soundtracks. The themes of Omaggio ad Einstein take us to sidereal spaces, wandering across the universe with their clear sounds and wonderfully creative titles ("The Celestial Vault," "Nuclear Valkyries," "Galactic Abyss"...). This is the first reissue of this album, which was originally released in 1976 by Umilianis Omicron label." - Dagored.

Artist: MOGGI AKA PIERO UMILIANI
Title: Omaggio ad Einstein (Deluxe)
Format: LP
Label: Dagored
Country: Italy
Price: $27.00
Deluxe LP edition pressed on yellow vinyl and presented in custom "big hole" jacket; limited to 500 copies. "Omaggio ad Einstein has a special place among the many albums of electronic music composed by Piero Umiliani. In this homage to the German physicist, Umiliani subverts the rules of space and time in music and creates an album with 23 compositions, all of them less than two minutes long, instead of following the traditional 7-10 tracks usually present in an LP. This is an original and experimental album, with a peculiar and epic catchiness, tied to Piero Umilianis masterful use of synthesizers and great experience in the field of soundtracks. The themes of Omaggio ad Einstein take us to sidereal spaces, wandering across the universe with their clear sounds and wonderfully creative titles ("The Celestial Vault," "Nuclear Valkyries," "Galactic Abyss"...). This is the first reissue of this album, which was originally released in 1976 by Umilianis Omicron label." - Dagored.

Artist: UMILIANI (M. ZALLA), PIERO
Title: Africa / Continente Nero
Format: Double LP
Label: Dagored
Country: Italy
Price: $50.00
"Dagored presents a double LP bundle of two first official Piero Umiliani reissues. Africa from Piero Umilianis M. Zalla moniker, originally released in 1972, and Continente Nero, released under Umilianis own name in 1975. The double LP bundle contains inserts with liner notes for each release; Edition of 500." - Dagored.

". . . Keep in mind the release year, January 1972, before approaching the matter covered in this precious jewel: the black rhythm of the incredible Africa To-Day, the fourth world Jon Hassell-style of Green Dawn, the exotic touch à la Martin Denny (Lonely Village, Echos), the Sortilèges reference to the electronic new wave (really!), the folk influence (Rite, Folk-Tune). With many years in advance, Umiliani synthesizes in Africa sounds and styles that will make then the fortune of well-celebrated and famous artists. . . ." - Stefano Gilardino.

". . . The African continent rebuilt in microsolchi by maestro Umiliani in 1975 is therefore a projection, an image that is influenced strongly by the affairs of overseas colleagues. All those artists from Duke Ellington to the Art Ensemble of Chicago, through Max Roach, who have been fundamental in the genesis of African-American culture . . . Over 40 years since its conception, it is a remarkable, pioneering work, a place of hypotheses and happy intuitions. . . ." - Luca Collepiccolo.

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