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Fred Bongusto - OST Conviene Far Bene L'Amore
Fred Bongusto
OST Conviene Far Bene L'Amore
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
USA title: Love And Energy / Sex Machine 2037 A.D.
In the future, the world's oil supply has finally been exhausted, causing a massive energy crisis. In a search for alternative sources of energy, a scientist invents a machine that can harness the energy expended during sexual intercourse and transfer it into electrical power. Conviene Far Bene L’Amore is a 1975 film written and directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile, a film adaptation of his novel of the same name. It is an erotic comedy with science-fiction elements that is debilitating the theories of Wilhelm Reich (the author of The Function of the Orgasm) in which satire and fantapolitic are mixed.
The original LP with the music of Fred Bongusto, arranged and directed masterfully by Josè Mascolo, is now a cult object for the lovers of Italian melodic soundtracks with bossa nova and jazz and for the samples used by many rappers. Bongusto often combines the synth for the melody with the orchestral ground; an unmistakable and very personal solution also used the year before for the Malizia soundtrack which was a great success.
Piero Piccioni - Musica Amore
Piero Piccioni
Musica Amore
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
14,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
MUSICA AMORE is an extraordinary album (1972) by Maestro Piccioni which includes songs from various soundtracks showing his many facets. He utilizes the gorgeous voice of Shawn Robinson in "Right Or Wrong" and "Once and Again" (from giallo thriller “...Dopo di che, uccide il maschio e lo divora” aka "Marta” e "La Volpe Dalla Coda Di Velluto” aka "Eye Of The Hurricane”), the choir I Cantori Moderni di Alessandro Alessandroni, the band of I Marc 4 (M. Majorana, A. Vannucchi, R. Podium, C. Pes) and soloists of the caliber of Gianni Basso and Dino Piana.

An absolutely killer LP with superb arrangements, funky beats, exotic sounds ("Ebony Ride" from 077 Dall'Oriente Con Furore”), breaks, erotic lounge, beat, shake ("Abigaille" from “I Giovani Tigri"), psychedelia (“Fiore Nero" from “Inghilterra nuda"), and jazz, that stands as a key album in the world of Italian library music and soundtracks.
Massimo Martellotta - One Man Session Vol. 5: Just Cooking
Massimo Martellotta
One Man Session Vol. 5: Just Cooking
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Departed in May from the nebula of synthesizers, passed through the prepared piano and a symphony orchestra, and after immersion in the depths of the minimal and liquid pieces of the most recent UNDERWATER, we have reached the fifth and last volume of the One Man Sessions by Massimo Martellotta. JUST COOKING is a collection of grooves cooked in total freedom by Martellotta, in tribute to two great passions of Italy, music and cuisine, for an association of the most classic and well-chosen of all time: the one between composing music and cooking a plate. Let's move from the Italian sound groove of "Carbonara" with which the album opens, to the "Spicey Kudu" acrobat; from the hypnotic minimalism of "Hummer milkshake" to the different funk / jazz declinations: the one enriched by the clapping of "Big Burger", the spatial one of "Midnight snack" or à la carte of "Foie gras", the psych of "Pasticciotto" and "Zighinì". A record of pure instinct, in which once again we try our hand with all the tools, which intersect like the ingredients in the hands of a chef; aMedeski Martin and Woodin one person, winking at the sunniest episodes of theBudos BandandHeliocentrics, withMaestro Umilianialways in mind. After 4 chapters of increasing intensity of an often introspective journey, "JUST COOKING" arrives as a closing after-party, informal, but rich and without brakes, in which we find many elements of that Italian funk that has brought itsCalibro 35, here however turned into barbecue sauce. Between afrobeat cues, library music and creative cuisine from last-minute guests, "JUST COOKING" closes the circle.
Piero Umiliani - OST Bollenti Spiriti
Piero Umiliani
OST Bollenti Spiriti
LP | 1981 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1981 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Bollenti Spiriti is a 1981 film by Giorgio Capitani, one of the most prolific directors of the Italian sexy comedy genre, starring Johnny Dorelli and Gloria Guida. Maestro Piero Umiliani recorded the soundtrack in his innovative SUONO WORK-SHOP STUDIOS in Rome, fusing his love for Jazz - a genre that since the 50s has been a leading figure in Europe - and his unmistakable arrangements. Cinedelic reprints it for the first time in a limited numbered edition.
Black Fire, The - Cream
Black Fire, The
Cream
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
15,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Cream by The Black Fire is a nearly impossible to find Italian LP from 1973. A Library album that mix several themes including sexy and psychedelic whispered scat vocals, space synth lounge, lazy bossa with harpsichord, fender rhodes and a lot of congas, bongos and insane flutes; it also includes the killer wah-wah funk tune “Alcoholic” used years later as the opening song of the kung fu movie Operation Cobra aka Squadra Omicidi Chiama Cobra. Original colorful artwork by the painter G. Pinna in a glossy Cinedelic cover. Limited to 600 copies.
Massimo Martellotta - One Man Session Shopper Bundle
Massimo Martellotta
One Man Session Shopper Bundle
5LP Box | 2018 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
74,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The 5 volumes of One Man Session by Massimo Martellotta in a colorful edition in a personalized tote bag. Only 80 numbered pieces. On December 14th 2018, at the same time as the release of Vol.5, which completes the series, Cinedelic offers this gem for collectors, destined to become a cult object.
Massimo Martellotta - One Man Session Volume 4: Underwater
Massimo Martellotta
One Man Session Volume 4: Underwater
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The five-volume project by the guitarist/founder of CALIBRO 35 continues. Massimo Martellotta, after having dedicated himself to the synths, the prepared piano and the symphonic orchestrations, address the fourth chapter of the "One Man Sessions" series to the guitar with minimal drum grooves and analog brushstrokes. The title “Underwater" immediately clarifies the dreamy atmosphere and surfacing the passion for soundtracks and library music with experimentation, accompanying the listener on an amniotic journey amid the feeling of abandonment and vigilance that it is when you dive.
Massimo Martellotta - One Man Session Volume 3: One Man Orchestra
Massimo Martellotta
One Man Session Volume 3: One Man Orchestra
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Film / TV
The five album solo project "One Man Sessions" by Massimo Martellotta, continues after the synthesizers of volume 1 "Sintesi" and the mellow prepared piano and drum grooves of volume 2 "Unprepared Piano”. With the third volume we change again.
One Man Sessions Volume 3 "One Man Orchestra" is indeed a full-fledged orchestral album - conceived with the film music composers of the '50s in mind, Bernard Hermann et al - in which Martellotta engages in writing for an orchestra of a retro mold, set in his world with an absolutely personal and current twist. Each instrument is played and tracked on track in real time, including the computer, this time a valid assistant in the simulation of some of the used timbres, intended as a real instrument in the middle of real ones. Sumptuous arches, crackling tympanums, sinuous woods find space to dialogue with lounge organ and percussion invented like the music paper itself, rubbed to keep time on some of the themes.
Once again the composer surprises us and displaces us, using all his resources as multi-instrumentalist and mixing languages, venturing into worlds far away from each other: with "One Man Orchestra" we are light years from the world summoned with "SINTESI" and yet we always find a distinctive and recognizable feature that makes all the volumes of the complete work coherent.

Realized, like the other volumes, in complete solitude, the album reveals a knowledge of all-round musical material and a strong taste for the melody. "Oppio" is reminiscent of the darker Morricone or Jonny Greenwood from Radiohead and is a counterpart to the opening song “Il Cappotto" - a perfect title track that quotes and closely reworks a John Williams composition - while in episodes more rhythmic, and sometimes romantic, we find the passion for the current Jon Brion and timeless melodies. An album to listen from the beginning to the end, following the emotional story told like that of a film, of which one sometimes has the impression of seeing the images, waiting to immerse themselves in the abyss evoked by the next, and fourth volume: "UNDERWATER ".
Massimo Martellotta - One Man Sessions Vol. 2: Unprepared Piano
Massimo Martellotta
One Man Sessions Vol. 2: Unprepared Piano
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After the oneiric journey through synthesizers on Volume 1, entitled "SYNTHESIS", Massimo Martellotta (founding member of Calibro 35) returns with the second Volume of One Man Sessions exploring the tonal possibilities of the classical instrument par excellence: the Piano. The instrument is at the center of the scene, and the prepared Piano in the manner of John Cage is here decontextualized and freely “In/Prepared" and reinvented in a very personal way, placing objects of common use on the strings themselves to obtain unprecedented timbres.
Starting from its nature as a percussion instrument, the piano is hit, caressed, blocked with rubbers or left to resonate on the capsule of a microphone, or else pinched like a harp or a cymbalon, while it fires with the battery, the vibraphone or the mellotron.
In UNPREPARED PIANO we move from more classical compositions, quoting Chopin and Satie (the opening piece "Come Un Notturno") to introspective drones (“Risonanza") to songs that hybridize the languages, delineating immediate melodies and openings in balance between the absolute modernity of Nils Frahm, the moving color imagery of Bad Plus (for example in "Sostenuto") and the minimalism of Penguin Café Orchestra ("Nécessaire Per Fanciulli”). All this once again held together by an evocative, current and always recognizable flo conductor. An album where the piano is the protagonist then, but the dialogue with the other instruments is continuous, fluid and often we forget that behind every instrument there is only one person.
Written, played and produced by Massimo Martellotta at One Man Studio (Milan).
Mastered by Tommaso Colliva at Toomi Labs (London).
Artwork and cover design: Luca Barcellona
Massimo Martellotta - One Man Session Volume 1: Sintesi
Massimo Martellotta
One Man Session Volume 1: Sintesi
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
15,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
We came to know Massimo Martellotta via his band, CALIBRO 35, for which he wrote some of their most famous songs, some recently sampled by Jay-Z, Damon Albarn and Dr. Dre, and with which he is celebrating in the best way the tenth anniversary since its birth.
Now the composer and poly-instrumentalist Massimo Martellotta announces the release in 5 volumes of his personal project, realized in autonomy and solitude, playing all the instruments present in his studio/laboratory in Milan. One Man Sessions will be published periodically on vinyl by Cinedelic Records, and the first of five volumes is titled SINTESI. This first chapter was created and produced, composed and recorded using only analogue and digital synthesizers, exploring the tonal possibilities and sound manipulation, obtaining a result that on one side pays sacred monsters like Wendy Carlos or Brian Eno, on the other hand is linked to a current trends like the Stranger Things soundtracks or the latest productions by Nicholas Jaar.
Massimo's solo work was then refined by Tommaso Colliva's mastering and completed by the highly elegant graphic design conceived and created by Luca Barcellona.
SHAWN LEE listened to it in advance and said: "Massimo Martellotta from Milan based band Calibro 35, is a man on a mission. The composer and multi instrumentalist makes his solo debut with a 5 volume series of brand new music. Functioning as a virtual one man orchestra, Massimo turns his deft hands to atmospheric cinematic groove & sound. Prepared Piano, Analog Synths, strings, Organ, Vibraphone all get the OST/Library treatment that is both unique & distinctively Italian. This series of recordings, showcase a musician recording in the moment and painting musical sonic pictures to movies yet to be filmed. Both Vintage and modern. Analog and Digital. Massimo Martellotta is following in the tradition of the great golden age of Italian film composers and I for one will continue to pay close attenzione!"
Trees Speak - Trees Speak Deluxe Edition
Trees Speak
Trees Speak Deluxe Edition
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
28,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Trees Speak is an experimental rock band that transcend mainstream influences by incorporating elements of Avant-garde, Neo-psychedelic, Minimalism, art and electronic - along with violin-bowed guitar, Theremin and a glut of effects pedals, and it’s an ear-bending rush of lush soundscapes.
Trees Speak - as much a sound laboratory as a rock and roll band - is the musical venture of acclaimed visual artist and musician Daniel Martin Diaz (formerly of Blind Divine and Crystal Radio). For the debut double-LP Trees Speak is joined by Michael Glidewell (Black Sun Ensemble), Gabriel Sullivan (XIXA, Giant Sand), Connor Gallaher (Myrrors & Cobra Family Picnic), Damian Diaz (Human Error), and Julius Schlosburg (Jeron White Acoustic Trio). The studio itself should also take top billing, because in the tradition of krautrockers Can and Bitches Brew-era Miles Davis, the band takes its winding, incandescent motoric rock and roll improvisations and edits them into coherent compositions using the mixing desk after recording. And that’s where the sound lab half of the equation appears. The end result is flowing and droning ambient proto-punk reminiscent of fellow travelers NEU!, Stereolab,
La Band Del Brasiliano - Volume 2
La Band Del Brasiliano
Volume 2
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The Tuscany big band La Band Del Brasiliano is back for their second studio album, Vol. 2, following Vol. 1 released in 2013. The band draw on the retro tradition of Italian easy listening, funk, and sexy comedy, presenting a set rich in sung songs and with a large number of original tracks compared to Vol. 1, as well as with the contribution of bows, percussions, and a complete brass section. In Vol. 2, you can locate three lines: One that develops the soul beat of the band, shamelessly retro in the musical and textual approach: mostly captured in straightforward songs, like "Impossibile", "Hey Ragazzo", and "Preparati Bambina", are a blend of rock n' roll and raw soul, with the two voices of Serena Altavilla (Solki, Mariposa, Calibro 35) and Davide Arnetoli. The other is a romantic soul, tied to passion and jealousy, that is expressed best in the almost noir atmosphere of the triptych "Un'ora In Più", "Il Tema Della Gelosia", and "Anna - La Domenica". But even in "La Verità" the story of emancipation and freedom is present, with musical veins from spy story. The third line is funk and eroticism, as in "Ti Voglio", the favorite Italian disco song of the band which anticipates the release of the album as a whole -- the sulfur "Eclisse Twist" from Antonioni's masterpiece, "Giovani Di Nulla" and "92° Minuto", conceived as imaginary characters of TV programs.
Trans Europa Express - OST Il Gatto Dagli Occhi Di Giada (Watch Me When I Kill)
Trans Europa Express
OST Il Gatto Dagli Occhi Di Giada (Watch Me When I Kill)
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
25,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
After 40 years since its theatrical release, presented here for the first time on vinyl is the phenomenal soundtrack for IL GATTO DAGLI OCCHI DI GIADA (also known as ‘Watch Me When I Kill’) - directed by Antonio Bido (director of THE BLOODSTAINED SHADOW). This top-notch score is undeniably catchy, yet has its creepy moments.

The film’s score was created by a supergroup specifically formed for this project and consisted of Adriano Monteduro (vocals and guitar; known for his 1974 record in which he was accompanied by prog band Reale Accademia Di Musica), Glauco Borelli (bass, already in Alberomotore), the well-known composer Mauro Lusini and Gianfranco Coletta who, besides being one of the pioneers of Italian psychedelia with Chetro and Co., was also a founding member of the Banco del Mutuo Soccorso.

They chose the name Trans Europa Express with direct reference to Kraftwerk, who released their seminal record with the same title a few months prior.

‘Watch Me When I Kill’ certainly has the compositional techniques and instrumentation related to Italian prog, but only less attentive and interested listeners might dismiss it as mere "Goblin-esque”: eerie sound interludes percussion, carillon, piano pieces, distorted and mystical screams, an old tunes in gramophone style, moments of (seemingly) tranquility and rock.

The cyclical repetition and varied vaguely Goblin-ian guitar, cadenced by a pressing bass (which occasionally resembles that of Pink Floyd’s “One of These Days”), and a spectral and creepy scat vocal gives the listener pleasant moments of both fear and hypnotic tension.

The LP comes packaged in a heavy cardboard cover with hollow cat eyes and a yellow inner-sleeve with photos from the set provided by director Antonio Bido.
Giacomo Dell’Orso - A Me Stesso Con Simpatia Limited Colored Edition
Giacomo Dell’Orso
A Me Stesso Con Simpatia Limited Colored Edition
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
27,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
This 1975 album is a studio session organized by Maestro Giacomo Dell'Orso (the husband of Edda) here released under his given name and not the Oscar Lindok pseudonym under which he made a number of recordings including The Fine Machine. This album had the simple purpose of a fun and playful session without preconceived models.

The result is a carefree album, from the friendly cover (Orso means Bear) to the music that is interwoven with bossa nova, samba, jazz and funk in a style that recalls in many ways the work of Maestro Piero Piccioni.

Dell'Orso plays organ, electric piano and Bulisacchio (a synth with metal slats that simulate bass), Nino Rapicavoli on flute and sax, Jimmy Tamborelli on guitars and Ciro Cocozza on percussion.
Underground Set - War In The Night Before Limited Colored Edition
Underground Set
War In The Night Before Limited Colored Edition
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Finally available again, a reprint of one of the most important and rare Italian rock album of the 70s, all thanks to Cinedelic Records. THE UNDERGROUND SET in reality are the NUOVA IDEA under a different name for contractual reasons. They also produced under the name PSYCHEGROUND GROUP another cult LP back in those years. "War in the night before" was produced in 1971 by Maestro Gianfranco Reverberi, (a sample from one of his earlier songs is the basis of Gnarls Barkley’ “Crazy"), who also signs the composition of the songs under the name of Ninety. This is the second album and is definitely heavier than the first, with fuzz guitar, organ / mellotron and drums in evidence. Some riffs in a Black Sabbath style anticipate what decades later will be defined as STONER ROCK. Psychedelia, Beat, Rhythm & Blues, and Progressive rock are all mixed in these instrumental tracks with some polyphonic choirs typical of Genovese prog (such as the New Trolls more then other).
Bid-On, The (Giuliano Sorgini) - OST Sorry Puppet Limited Colored Edition
Bid-On, The (Giuliano Sorgini)
OST Sorry Puppet Limited Colored Edition
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
27,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Reprint of the rare 1972 library LP by Maestro Giuliano Sorgini under the pseudonyms of Raskovich and The Bid-On. Originally released in just a few copies for a small label owned by a friend of Maestro Sorgini, this LP includes 12 really beautiful tracks with positive vibes. From Jazz Dance, Bossa Nova, Funk, and some Killer BreakBeat, with lots of percussion, growling flute and honking sax. Reissued with the original minimal artwork designed by Giuliano Sorgini drawn with chalk on a black sheet. Glossy Cinedelic cover. Limited to 600 copies.
Gian Franco Reverberi - OST Riti, Magie Nere E Segrete Orge Nel Trecento
Gian Franco Reverberi
OST Riti, Magie Nere E Segrete Orge Nel Trecento
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
30,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Finally, after 45 years, comes the soundtrack, from the original master tapes, of the truly mad and weird exploitation euro-erotic-horror cult movie filmed in 1971 (but released only in 1973) by Renato Polselli (Ralph Brown). Incomprehensible and inconceivable beyond the reach of the human intellect, Riti, magie nere e segrete orge nel trecento... shows a cult of pseudo-Satanists in tight red jumpsuit and black cape requiring the blood and eyes of seven virgins in order to resurrect the corpse of the persecuted witch Isabella (Rita Calderoni), who was impaled and burned at the stake some 500 years ago. A precious nonsensical gem, with nervous zooming, nude women's breasts in a colorful scenery, and an overly cryptic storyline; loony.
The soundtrack encapsulates, in its fifteen total tracks (including the 2 released at the time on 45 RPM vinyl), all typical sound elements of the “scary music” ‘of the seventies but with a hard touch of madness, experimentation and psychedelia. Female vocals give out agonizing and distressing groans, tribal African rhythmic, turned over words, plucked stings of the piano, baroque elements and lot of effects makes this soundtrack a cult object, not even to mention the obsessive care of the packaging.
Released in a limited edition of 666 numbered copies in gatefold heavy thick cover with front cover design by Michele Targonato with embossed flames. Bi-color red-blue vinyl. Includes digital download code.
Ennio Morricone - OST Eat It (Mangiala)
Ennio Morricone
OST Eat It (Mangiala)
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Even if you find the 1969 film "Eat It", a bit 'too weak-willed a film of social satire and advertising, the first and last movie of Francesco Casaretti', you can not miss out on the soundtrack from the two-time Academy Award winner Ennio Morricone, composed during his most prolific and experimental period.
Morricone wrote a score that is, as always, brilliant, conducted by Bruno Nicolai with the choir I Cantori Moderni di Alessandro Alessandroni. The tracks range between danceable (A5, A6, A7 and even a bit "Dies Irae", B2, a known nursery rhyme almost deformed, interpolated into the main theme), classical motifs, romantic, and with a touch of bossa nova (A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B3, B4), all of which embrace all the psychological and environmental nuances of alienation and paradox that mark the plot of the film.
There is also a sense of disturbing and abstract experimentalism that make this soundtrack unique. Particularly in "Quinta Variazione / Africami" (A6) with the fuzzy Fender by Alessandroni, and "Settima Variazione" with its three dreamy amazing underwater variants (A7, A8 and B6) and ending with "Eat it", in the same version as the highly collected 45rpm that came out at the time and is, until now, the only existing track on vinyl from this score; a today legendary cult object and sought for the killer heavy drum by Vincenzo Restuccia and distorted psychedelic Fender Stratocaster of Alessandro Alessandroni.
Highly rigid hand-glued Cinedelic cover with a folder insert of 4 facades with photos from the movie.
Egisto Macchi - Il Deserto
Egisto Macchi
Il Deserto
2LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
32,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
A real masterpiece! This incredible double album recorded in 1974 truly is an astounding experimental mystical trip to the desert and comes with the original longer uncut tunes from the master tapes. The rarest avant-garde music library by Egisto Macchi (founding member of GRUPPO DI IMPROVVISAZIONE NUOVA CONSONANZA) and surely one of the most interesting and intriguing experimental albums.
Egisto Macchi - Violenza
Egisto Macchi
Violenza
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
The artistic achievement of Egisto Macchi was avant-garde not only for his immense talent and brilliance but for the quality that has managed to infuse every language he used, ranging from instrumental and symphonic music, musical theater, to library sounds more varied and articulated. Towering over all his passion and commitment, is the great inner need to break down the sectarian walls of thinking within 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.
Egisto Macchi - Messico
Egisto Macchi
Messico
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
22,49 €* 24,99 € -10%
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
The artistic achievement of Egisto Macchi was avant-garde not only for his immense talent and brilliance but for the quality that has managed to infuse every language he used, ranging from instrumental and symphonic music, musical theater, to library sounds more varied and articulated. Towering over all his passion and commitment, is the great inner need to break down the sectarian walls of thinking within 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.
Junkfood & Enrico Gabrielli - Italian Masters Colored Vinyl Edition
Junkfood & Enrico Gabrielli
Italian Masters Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
The work of Enrico Gabrielli (Calibro 35, PJ Harvey, The Winstons, etc.) and that of Junkfood have crossed paths several times in the past in a variety of contexts and collaborations. But never have the two entities, so to speak, been under the same roof. This occasion is thanks to the Festival Hallo Bigallo 2014 dedicated to the figure of Piero Umiliani, where they were both invited to perform and do some readings from the repertoire of the Maestro. After the pleasant experience Junkfood and Gabrielli agreed to meet at the Vacuum Studio of Bruno Germano (Iosonouncane) in Bologna. And thus begun the "Italian Masters", an album dedicated to some of the greatest Italian composers of film scores. The result exceeds expectations, where the beautiful music of Umiliani, Morricone and Trovajoli are distorted and filtered by the sensitivity of the five, while maintaining their unmistakable identity.
What is most striking about this album is the incredible consistency despite the different authorship of the compositions and the very wide range of situations and solutions that musicians find themselves in, which results in a sound that is greater than the sum of both the proprietary songwriters and the individual performers. The quintet succeeds in the difficult task of standing tall against comparison with models and simultaneously develop their own poetic and independent sound, that make Italian Masters a real gem that is as much for the fanatics of film music as the newbies called to those shores by the sirens of Gabrielli and Junkfood.
David H. Kimball (Peymont) - Atmosfere N.1/2
David H. Kimball (Peymont)
Atmosfere N.1/2
2LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
22,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Cinedelic Records never ceases to amaze us and they are back again with the rediscovery of these two amazing and mind-blowing unrecognized gems (originally released individually in 1971 in ultra-limited edition), by the American transplanted to Florence, David H. Kimball (also known by the pseudonym Peymont) and Riccardo A. Luciani (who, for contractual reasons, could not use his name). Another two tracks are composed by Serena Marega.

Abstract, mysterious, evocative, experimental, futuristic and avant-psychedelic, ATMOSFERE is a fascinating electro-acoustic, industrial, dreamy journey that stands out in the panorama of Italian discography as one of the most original and unusual examples of psychedelia.
Riccardo A. Luciani - Inchiesta Sul Mondo
Riccardo A. Luciani
Inchiesta Sul Mondo
2LP | 1976 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
36,99 €*
Release:1976 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Film / TV
INCHIESTA SUL MONDO is a double experimental concept album, mainly electronic, on topical problems of the period in which it was released, the middle 1970’s. The two records have two different arguments: STATI D’ANIMO (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 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 out with a minimal graphic design as the original but with heavy cardboard gatefold cover with an original photo of the Maestro inside.
Stelvio Cipriani - OST Quel Pomeriggio Maledetto
Stelvio Cipriani
OST Quel Pomeriggio Maledetto
LP | 2016 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
26,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
A tough, funky ‘70s instrumental score that perfectly fits the insane violence of this seldom-seen Lee Van Cleef hitman film! QUEL POMERIGGIO MALEDETTO (aka THE PERFECT KILLER) is one of the wildest, sleaziest Eurocrime movies ever made; it ultimately got made with Lee Van Cleef as the star and featuring such sexualized violence as a female getting shot in her nether regions, a straight-razor fight with trans women and some rapes that make you feel more uneasy than do most. But no rundown of the "stars" of this film could be complete without mentioning Stelvio Cipriani's funk score. Mind you, the '70s was already a funky decade of music, just as the Eurocrime genre was already a violent and sexual movement of cinema. But both Cipriani's score and the film pushed together to find new extremes of funkiness and raunchiness. Normally if someone hears playing '70s instrumental funk says, "What is this? It sounds like porno music!" ... well, that's grounds for departing from his or her presence, perhaps not to return. It's terribly limited thinking to associate all instrumental funk from the decade with smut movies. And yet, I must confess there's a certain sleaziness (and I use that word lovingly) in Cipriani's MALEDETTO title track that perfectly evokes the on-screen tawdriness to come. The wah guitar. The prominent electric bass. The slithering, laid-back horns. It's an ingenious groove and yet dripping with sleaze.
And even though there's a laconic mid-tempo quality to the title theme, there's also something that drives it steadily forward. And that perfectly captures the doggedness and determination of Van Cleef's hitman character, who constantly pushes forward in his quest, even after he's been betrayed by his former partner, his new criminal organization and his woman. (In fact, it was QUEL POMERIGGIO MALEDETTO that crystalized in my mind how well the Eurocrime genre worked when operating within these "one man against the world" stories.) In any case, let all nerdy trivia questions fade away as you get lost in some magnificent, sleazy funk by maestro Cipriani. And we'll "see you in Hell, kitten.”
Luis Enriquez Bacalov - OST L’Amica
Luis Enriquez Bacalov
OST L’Amica
LP | 1969 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1969 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
The soundtrack of “L'AMICA" from the title track highlights the excellent piano technique and the jazz vein of the Maestro mixed with exotic and erotic atmospheres characterized by extraordinary orchestration, harp, congas and the typical persuasive vocalism of those years (all by the great Nora Orlandi). It’s followed by "Rio, Zona Sul", refined samba-jazz on a massive percussive tapestry. "'Round Nassau” offers an elegant and dreamy atmosphere in Les Baxter’s style adding flute and female wordless vocals. "Swingin' easy in Tanganyika" is another extraordinary jazzy piano and drums with flute melody sideways. The side is closed by a previously unpublished version of the theme that was not included on the original Fonit Cetra LP.
The B-side rearranges the themes in a more melancholy and symphonic style without renouncing jazz as in the gem “Episodio in 3/4". The ballad "The Bitter Truth" is well sung by Fiorenza Mormile in English.

Original Music by LUIS ENRIQUEZ BACALOV directed by the author.
Vocalism: Nora Orlandi.
Recorded at Italian RCA studios
Engineer Sergio Marcotulli
Franco Chiari - Al Sint
Franco Chiari
Al Sint
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Film / TV
Franco Chiari, born in 1927 in Naples, was an eclectic artist who is considered a bit of a wildcard of keyboard instruments: he played the piano, accordion, synthesizer, vibraphone and marimba in both jazz and symphony. For three consecutive years (1957/58/59) he won the National Jazz referendum, was vibraphonist in the national TV Orchestra and participated in numerous important broadcasts. He received many awards in his career, and numerous are the artists who have wanted to play live alongside him, including Lionel Hampton, Stéphane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt, Piero Piccioni, Armando Trovajoli, Lelio Luttazzi, and more.

In this album released in 1973, the most groovy in his career, and now the most wanted from collectors, he rearranges the compositions of Mario Bertolazzi electronically with the use of synthesizer on rhythms ranging from latin beats to funk.

Numbered limited edition with digital downloads included and an amazing cover with splashes of paint, making each copy unique and unrepeatable.
Giacomo Dell’Orso - A Me Stesso Con Simpatia
Giacomo Dell’Orso
A Me Stesso Con Simpatia
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
22,49 €* 24,99 € -10%
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
This 1975 album is a studio session organized by Maestro Giacomo Dell'Orso (the husband of Edda) here released under his given name and not the Oscar Lindok pseudonym under which he made a number of recordings including The Fine Machine. This album had the simple purpose of a fun and playful session without preconceived models.

The result is a carefree album, from the friendly cover (Orso means Bear) to the music that is interwoven with bossa nova, samba, jazz and funk in a style that recalls in many ways the work of Maestro Piero Piccioni.

Dell'Orso plays organ, electric piano and Bulisacchio (a synth with metal slats that simulate bass), Nino Rapicavoli on flute and sax, Jimmy Tamborelli on guitars and Ciro Cocozza on percussion.
Nora Orlandi - Il Dolce Corpo Di Deborah
Nora Orlandi
Il Dolce Corpo Di Deborah
LP | 2016 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
IL DOLCE CORPO DI DEBORAH (THE SWEET BODY OF DEBORAH) is an early giallo movie with sexual coloring dated 1968 and the wonderful soundtrack is by Nora Orlandi, composer, violinist, pianist and singer born in Voghera (North Italy). The style of the giallo/thriller soundtracks of Orlandi is unmistakable, with a compositional use of semitone intervals accentuated by vocalizing and sound carpet of piano or distorted Hammond organ, all seasoned with rhythmic jazz. The orchestration is by Robby Poitevin and voices, as well as that of Nora itself, are of the sister Paola and Tony in the wild shake-beat "I Robot".

The album is presented graphically as the original came out on CAM but with 4 additional bonus tracks. Audio poured from the original master tapes in full stereo. Three years later, Nora Orlandi, in 1971, would carry out his other masterpiece LO STRANO VIZIO DELLA SIGNORA WARDH (The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh) of which a song is finished in Kill Bill 2 by Quentin Tarantino.
Egisto Macchi - Biologia Animale E Vegetale
Egisto Macchi
Biologia Animale E Vegetale
3LP+Box Set | 2016 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
49,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Film / TV
Egisto Macchi, often remembered as a member of Gruppo d'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, in other words, a symbolic tale revealing deep anthropological aspects. BIOLOGIA ANIMALE E VEGETALE, produced by Renato Pent, recorded in Torino in 1976 and originally published as double LP, can be considered one of Egisto Macchi's major works. A rare collector’s item finally reissued in a limited edition (600 copies) luxurious 3LP Box Set (180gr + download).
Stelvio Cipriani - Rhythmical Movement
Stelvio Cipriani
Rhythmical Movement
LP | 1980 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1980 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Maestro Cipriani is one of the most known and appreciated composers of Italian soundtracks, whose unmistakable style makes it one of the most appreciated and collected. "Rhythmical Movement" came out only as a promo-library LP for CAM records in 1980 and is therefore a very rare album pressed in limited quantity. But what impresses most is the high level content and, as explicitly expressed in the title, no rhythm decreases. After a jazz intro depart sequentially tunes full of funk, soul, samba and disco, with references also to the classic tradition of Italian poliziotteschi for which Cipriani is the absolute Master. Alternating on a drum and congas base are wahwah guitar, but also often distorted as in fierce riffs of "Storm in a teacup" and "Do not tamper with my things", piano-electric and horns. Two tracks, "What can I do" and "Living and Loving" were composed with Michael Fraser, the famous UK musician and producer very active in Italy since the early 70s. Also of note are the curious "Percussion Gun" and "Chicago U.S.A." built on the popular bassline of "In-a-Gadda-da-Vida" by Iron Butterfly. An unmissable record to listen and dance to, with a wonderful minimal mirror-cover with title in relief. A limited edition of 500 copies that includes a digital download code.
Sharon Mhati Chatam - Fantasy
Sharon Mhati Chatam
Fantasy
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Originally released in 1973 on RCA, this obscure library music title was produced by MaestroGianfranco Reverberiusing the pseudonym of Ninety as previously done before for other records like Psycheground Group Library on Lupus and the 2 Underground Set releases.The style is different from the aforementioned LPs and is closest to the style ofmurky erotic cult soundtrackscreated forRenato Polselli(Delirio Caldo, Riti Magie e segrete orge nel Trecento, etc.) as“Fire Shadows in the sunset" features congas, groovy piano,spacey synthesizers andvocals.Itcontains many other amazing tracks like "I've Got An Idea" which includes insane fat drums, hypnotic bass, trippy piano and beautiful phased flutes, or the jazz groove "Closed In a Drugstore”, the uptempo funk "You're So Vain” (Carly Simon), the hip hop drum on the cover versions of “Daniel” (Elton John, Bernie Taupin),“Sylvia’s Mother” (Shel Silverstein) and“Vincent” (Don McLean), and the slow psychedelic cinematic lounge of“Quel che non saprei dirti mai a parole”. Limited edition of 500 copies with Cinedelic glossy cover with title on cover in relief. Includes digital download code.
Mario Molino - OST Inside
Mario Molino
OST Inside
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
24,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Film / TV
Mario Molino, one of the few composers-guitarists in the fascinating world of library music, created this original soundtrack for a documentary movie produced by RAI, the Italian national TV, of sci-fi environments by blending fuzz, distorted and psychedelic sounds with Hammond organ, clavinet and electronic effects played by himself to merge into symphonic epochal moments. Of the 8 tracks that make up the album, many have Cosmic Krautrock moments. INSIDE was recorded in 1975 in the then renowned studios Fonit Cetra of Rome. “Tema spazio” introduces us to the ethereal galaxy before we get into the mysterious stars of “Le pleiadi” where Molino's prog rock begins to take shape with fuzz guitar, drum breaks, deep bass and an orchestra to strengthen the melody with an approach similar to Luis Bacalov for New Trolls ("Concerto Grosso") and Rovescio della Medaglia ( “Contamination"), but with spatial inspiration. “Finale titoli” lends symphonic rock to blues moments; the eight minutes of "Tempesta" are definitely one of the most cosmic tunes where Molino, as well as the guitar, experiences a crescendo of electro-analog effects. “Tecnologia moderna IIa parte” is an obsessive psychedelic guitar and drums loop that recalls the teutonic CAN. Limited edition of 500 copies with thick cover and a digital download code.
Piero Umiliani - Effetti Musicali
Piero Umiliani
Effetti Musicali
LP | 1968 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
25,99 €*
Release:1968 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Effetti Musicali is a 1968 Piero Umiliani homemade album that exposes his art and his versatility. Listening to this album seems to show him among his keyboards and other implements to overlap sounds and create situations with no outside producer influence, in full artistic freedom. The result is an experimental psychedelic Electro-acoustic album. From the original Umiliani family master tapes. Limited edition of 500 copies in a glossy cover.
Fine Machine, The - Habitat
Fine Machine, The
Habitat
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
25,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
The Fine Machine are Oscar Lindok (Giacomo Dell’Orso), Donimak (Nico Fidenco) and Proluton (Gianni Dell’Orso). An album more than ever representative of the variety and quality of Italian library music composers and its impeccable interpreters. There are all the elements that characterize the style and uniqueness of the sound produced in Italy at the beginning of the 70s. This is from 1972. There are a bunch of breakbeats, lots of percussion and liberal use of flute, piano/organ and electric guitar. Mainly funk (“Shut Paranoia”, “Obsessing Promenade”, “Hand Shake”, “Crazy Eel”, “Wait for me”), this LP includes also the vocal bossa “Snobbery”, the hard latin-beat of “Raging Beat”, the ethereal psych giallo-movie style “God is infinite” with Edda’s vocalism, and the oriental “The Eastern Question”. Limited edition of 500 copies in a glossy cover.
Rino De Filippi - Oriente Oggi
Rino De Filippi
Oriente Oggi
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
44,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Eastern tinged Italian library music by Rino “Awake” De Filippi. Recorded in 1972 at Orthofonic Studio in Rome by historic RCA sound engineer Pino Mastroianni, with collaborators including the drummer Vincenzo Restuccia and Bruno Battisti D’Amario on stringed and ethnic instruments. Includes the mid-tempo funk-break tune “Oriente Contemplativo”. Limited edition of 500 copies in a glossy cover.
Underground Set - War In The Night Before
Underground Set
War In The Night Before
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
23,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Finally available again, a reprint of one of the most important and rare Italian rock album of the 70s, all thanks to Cinedelic Records. THE UNDERGROUND SET in reality are the NUOVA IDEA under a different name for contractual reasons. They also produced under the name PSYCHEGROUND GROUP another cult LP back in those years. "War in the night before" was produced in 1971 by Maestro Gianfranco Reverberi, (a sample from one of his earlier songs is the basis of Gnarls Barkley’ “Crazy"), who also signs the composition of the songs under the name of Ninety. This is the second album and is definitely heavier than the first, with fuzz guitar, organ / mellotron and drums in evidence. Some riffs in a Black Sabbath style anticipate what decades later will be defined as STONER ROCK. Psychedelia, Beat, Rhythm & Blues, and Progressive rock are all mixed in these instrumental tracks with some polyphonic choirs typical of Genovese prog (such as the New Trolls more then other).
Bid-On, The (Giuliano Sorgini) - OST Sorry Puppet
Bid-On, The (Giuliano Sorgini)
OST Sorry Puppet
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
15,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Reprint of the rare 1972 library LP by Maestro Giuliano Sorgini under the pseudonyms of Raskovich and The Bid-On. Originally released in just a few copies for a small label owned by a friend of Maestro Sorgini, this LP includes 12 really beautiful tracks with positive vibes. From Jazz Dance, Bossa Nova, Funk, and some Killer BreakBeat, with lots of percussion, growling flute and honking sax. Reissued with the original minimal artwork designed by Giuliano Sorgini drawn with chalk on a black sheet. Glossy Cinedelic cover. Limited to 600 copies.
V.A. - OST Metralleta Stein
V.A.
OST Metralleta Stein
LP+CD | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Cinedelic)
28,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Much needed reissue of the rarest Euro Funk Soundtrack released for a Spanish movie in 1974. This Cinedelic reissue is produced from the original master tapes and includes a bonus CD, sticker and a glossy laminated cover. Essential.
Gianni Ferrio & Gino Marinacci - Lady bossa nova in Italy
Gianni Ferrio & Gino Marinacci
Lady bossa nova in Italy
LP | 2009 | EU | Original (Cinedelic)
14,99 €*
Release:2009 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Lady bossa nova – and instrumental bossa as well – an early jazz session cut by later soundtrack maestro Gianni Ferrio! This was the first italian Bossa Nova LP produced. The set's got all the sweet grooves you'd expect from a bossa nova date cut in Italy during the 60s – jazzy rhythms, dreamy instrumentation, and just a bit of vocals from singer Marina Moran – who's the "lady" in the title, a singer with just the right gentle touch to match the spirit of the music. Players include Gino Marinacci on flute, Lino Cerveglieri on tenor, Berto Pisano on bass, and Biagio Marullo on trombone – and the work's got a feel that's nicely arranged, but still quite loose – that best extrapolation of Brazilian modes that surfaced in Italy during the 60s.
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