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02 de Março de 2014


The third volume in the Beat at Cinecitta series collects more soundtrack music from gleefully sleazy Italian films of the '60s and '70s, including work from such composers as Berto Pisano, Armando Trovajoli and Piero Piccioni, among others.








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01 de Março de 2014


A goofily irreverent (and, perhaps, irrelevant) collection of musical moments from the sleazier side of the Italian cinema. No sign of Ennio Morricone on this volume, but there is plenty of Piero Piccioni, who dominates the album with a mixture of lounge and off-kilter pop.








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28 de Fevereiro de 2014


A Sensual Homage To The Most Raunchy, Erotic Film From The Vaults Of Italian 60's & 70's Cinema. Composers Featured Are Bruno Nicolai, Riz Ortolani, Roberto Pregadio, & More. A Must For Any Lounge/Cinema Music Fan.








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15 de Janeiro de 2014



1- Joy Division - "Wilderness" 1979















2- Big Star - "Kangaroo" 1972
















3- David Bowie - "Life On Mars" 1971















4- The B-52's - "Rock Lobster" 1979















5- Tubeway Army - "Are Friends Electric?" 1979













6- Kraftwerk - "The Model" 1978
















7- Chic - "Good Times" 1979















8- Lou Reed- "Vicious" 1972















9- Todd Rundgren - "Hello, It's Me" 1972














10- Bill Withers - "Ain't No Sunshine" 1971
















11- 10 CC - "I'm Not In Love" 1975
















12- Sister Sledge - "He's The Greatest Dancer" 1979
















13- The Carpenters - "Rainy Days And Mondays" 1971
















14- America - "Horse With No Name" 1972
















15- The Beatles - "The Long And Winding Road" 1970














16- Bob Marley - "Wait In Vain" 1977














17- Neil Young - "Tell Me Why" 1970














18- Carly Simon - "You're So Vain" 1972














19- The Specials - "Nite Klub" 1979
















20- Gilbert O'Sullivan - "Alone Again" 1972









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02 de Dezembro de 2013


1- The Five Bucks - "No Use In Trying" 1966 - I'm Losing Tonight Vol. 2




2- Mid Day Rain - "Welcome To The Rain" 1970 - Soft Sounds For Gentle People Vol.3




3- Deuce Coup - "Angela" 1968 - Piccadilly Sunshine Part 4





4- Peppermint Trolley Co. - "Trust" 1968 - Fading Yellow Vol. 2





5- The Thomas Group - "Ordinary Girl" 1966 - Fading Yellow Vol.15




6- The London Knights - “Go To Him” 1965 - Fading Yellow Vol. 11




7- The Subterranean Monastery - “Realistic Patterns” 1968 - Realistic Patterns Orchestrated Psychedelia





8- The Slender Plenty  -  "I've Lost A Friend And Found A Lover" 1967 - Piccadilly Sunshine Part 10





9- Jim and Dale - "The Time It Takes" 1968 - Fading Yellow Vol. 11






10- Dean Ford & The Gaylords - "That Lonely Feeling" 1965 - Fading Yellow Vol. 1






11- The MFQ - "I Had A Dream Last Night" 1968 - Fading Yellow Vol. 15





12- The Stone Cutters - “Fellow Slave” 1966 -Turn To Stone Vol. 2





13- Kippington Lodge - "Turn Out The Light" 1968 - Piccadilly Sunshine Part 10





14- Bob And Kit - "Autumn Too Long" 1966 - Fading Yellow Vol. 15






15- Garry Benson - "Holly" 1970 - Fading Yellow Vol. 5





16- The Zephyrs - "I Just Can't Take It" 1965 - Fading Yellow Vol. 1






17- Alzo - "You're Gone"1971 - Fading Yellow Vol. 7






18- Willapuss Wallapuss - "To Jone" 1968 - Fading Yellow Vol. 15







19- Brendan Phillips - "When She's Kissing Me" 1966 - Fading Yellow Vol. 9






20- The National Gallery- "Diana In The Autumn Wind" 1968 - Fading Yellow Vol. 7




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30 de Maio de 2013

Maxwell Nicholson

Orange played in Cumbria in the late 60s. The Carlisle songwriting duo of Mike Maxwell and Chris Nicholson, having been a folk-influenced duo (and at one time choir boys), teamed up with Steve Ridley, and John Smith to form Orange. Orange were very succesful in Carlisle and throughout Cumbria and the Borders. The picture above dates from 1971.Mike and Chris moved down to London and initially became a duo again under the name Maxwell Nicholson. They subsequently added Kenny Kendal on drums and Brian Ward on guitar while retaining the Maxwell Nicholson name. They recorded their own compositions "Trees and Things" and "Virgin" for EMI. The single was released on the Columbia label and was described at the time as having "an intriguing fine balance between rhythm and melody". The recording is still available, appearing on Fading Yellow vol 5 (Flower Machine Records).


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24 de Maio de 2013

philamore lincoln the north wind blew south 1970

One of the most mysterious albums of the late Sixties, British singer/songwriter Philamore Lincoln's US-only release The North Wind Blew South has attracted plenty of conjecture over the years, much of it concerning the alleged involvement of the Yardbirds.


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22 de Maio de 2013

Nigel Mazlyn Jones - Sentinel The Fools Of The Finest Degree

Nigel creates a unique sound combining 6 and 12 string acoustic guitar sounds with electric textures and also plays Indian santor and clay pot.


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21 de Maio de 2013

richard twice 1970

This glorious pop album, originally released in 1970 Named after the mysterious duo of Richard Atkins and Richard Manning, its beautifully-crafted songs and glorious melodies have assured it an ever-growing cult reputation.


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13 de Maio de 2013

vigrass and osborne forever autumn

"Forever Autumn" is a song written by Jeff Wayne, Gary Osborne and Paul Vigrass. The original melody was written by Wayne in 1969 as a jingle for a Lego commercial. Vigrass and Osborne, the performers of the original jingle, added lyrics to the song and recorded it for inclusion on their 1972 album Queues. Their interpretation was also released as a single and gained moderate commercial success in Japan, selling more than 100,000 copies and becoming a top-20 hit on the country's record chart.


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Março 2014
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