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Luciano Cilio - Dialoghi Del Presente White Vinyl Edition
Luciano Cilio - Dialoghi Del Presente Clear Vinyl Edition
Luciano Cilio
Dialoghi Del Presente Clear Vinyl Edition
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Luciano Cilio was a multi-instrumentalist and composer born in 1950 in Naples, an artist who sadly took his own life at the young age of 33. He managed to collaborate with many colleagues from his geographical area, among whom we can find Alan Sorrenti, Armando Piazza and the American songwriter Shawn Phillips, who lived for some years in Positano. In 1977 he released his first and only record, "Dialoghi del Presente", a very peculiar and unpredictable album, ethereal and abstract, suspended among folk, jazz, classical music, avantgarde and experimentation: essential and extremely accurate at the same time, both in visual and music contents - not a single note sounds wasted or excessive - this album could perfectly fit the catalogue of ECM Records (Editions of Contemporary Music). This is another almost unknown gem coming from the wide land of Italian music and, even if it had originally been released by a major, "Dialoghi del Presente" is today a very rare LP, here proposed for the first time ever in a version faithful to the 1977 first pressing.
Le Orme - Storia O Leggenda Clear Green Vinyl Edition
Alan Soretti - Aria Clear Green Vinyl Edition
Alan Soretti
Aria Clear Green Vinyl Edition
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Few records were able to break through a music scene as “Aria” by AlanSorrenti. It was 1972, Progressive Rock was at its peak, and basically out ofnowhere appeared, as a lightning from a blue sky – on EMI / Harvest recordlabel among other things – Alan Sorrenti, a half-Welsh artist heading fromNaples. Parsons Project, from Naples but half Welsh, from the mother. Thisis a debut album at the same level of Banco's eponymous LP, P.F.M.'s"Storia di un minuto" or Area's "Arbeit Macht Frei".The album, it must be said, is not too much accessible for everyone, due inparticular to the 20-minute long suite that occupies the entire first side: itsounds like a stream of consciousness transposed into music, with a highdose of improvisation, especially as it regards Sorrenti’s voice. When youstart at the highest levels is difficult to keep on the same, and in fact Alanwould never be able to reach the same incredible heights of this LP, todayconsidered a masterpiece of Italian prog, and at the time of its release,perhaps with astonishment by the same artist, incensed by critics andconsequently by the public. Sorrenti was among the first ones to use thevoice as an instrument, even before Demetrio Stratos in the aforementionedArea; he was also one of the few solo artists to excel in a world, that of theprogressive rock, almost exclusively reserved to bands. Among the variousguests, the most famous is undoubtedly the French Jean-Luc Ponty, whosecontribution on violin embellishes this record’s title-track.This reissue is identical to the original 1972 one in its artwork, and makesavailable again in LP format an album that, despite its popularity, is verydifficult to find even in the most recent reprints. A welcome return, another'must-have' for Italian prog listeners!
Le Orme - Felona E Sorona Italian Edition
Le Orme
Felona E Sorona Italian Edition
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Third LP in three years and substantially third center in a row, this was “Felona and Sorona”, the definitive consecration record for Le Orme, who became dominators of the Italian progressive rock scene, a status that still resists the inexorable passing of the years.The long opener “Sospesi nell’incredibile” shows how rules have definitely been broken: “Felona and Sorona” can therefore be seen as a statement of freedom and artistic independence, waved in front of an even wider audience. In 1973 in fact the so-called ‘new avant-garde pop’ was so popular as to influence the famous artists (such as De André with “E tutti morimmo a stento” or Battisti with “Amore e non amore”) and many musicians were not afraid to break barriers, album after album.“Felona and Sorona” is, in short, a masterpiece, of those who are made only once in a lifetime, impossible to replicate and therefore even more unique and special.The album was released in two versions, one sung in Italian and the other in English on lyrics written by Peter Hammill from Van Der Graaf Generator. This is the Italian edition, a faithful replica of the original edition on transparent green vinyl.
Le Orme - Uomo Di Pezza
Le Orme
Uomo Di Pezza
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
“Uomo di Pezza” (1972) renews the collaboration between Le Orme, producer Gian Piero Reverberi and Philips record label, on which the group debuted the previous year with “Collage”. As with the previous work, rock and pop are mixed with symphonic elements, creating another cornerstone of Italian progressive rock.This is the album of the popular “Gioco di bimba”, one of the most famous Le Orme’s songs, also released on 45rpm at the time. On a ‘progressive’ point of view, “Uomo di Pezza” can be seen as a transition LP, suspended between the beautiful “Collage” and the masterpiece “Felona and Sorona”, but still important to understand the rapid evolution of an essential band.
Semiramis - Dedicato A Frazz
Quella Vecchia Locanda - Quella Vecchia Locanda
Claudio Lolli - Aspettando Godot Green Vinyl Edition
Modena City Ramblers - Riportando Tutto A Casa Red Vinyl Edition
Trip, The - Time Of Change
Trip, The
Time Of Change
LP+CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Vinyl Magic)
29,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The Trip, a band mostly comprising English musicians who traveled to Italy in search of success during the '60s (even a young Ritchie Blackmore figured in the very first line-up!), were lucky enough to debut on RCA Records in 1970 with a blues-oriented eponymous album, just to suddenly change their musical route towards progressive rock with the next "Caronte" and "Atlantide".With "Time of Change" the band also entered the Trident roster, a fourth album in four consecutive years, the highest peak in an exceptional evolution mostly led by singer/keyboardist Joe Vescovi. 'It's time to change' says the title of the album, that shows a brilliant illustration on its gatefold cover with the three group members fly towards new paths. Here, even more than in the past, the classical elements mix with a progressive rock clearly influenced by EL&P and Yes, sometimes landing into jazz-rock; the compositions, inparticular the long "Rhapsodia" that occupy the entire side A of the LP, are rich in shades, athmospheres and rhythm changes.By some irony of fate, "Time of Change" would also become the last studio album produced by one of the very few Italian bands who could compete against the giants of international progressive rock. It's been very hard to find on LP even in recent times, and it's therefore reissued on GDR label, in a faithful reproduction of the original 1973 edition, on coloured vinyl and with a bonus CD attached.
Le Orme - Florian
Jumbo - DNA
Jumbo - Vietato Ai Minori Di 18 Anni?
Le Orme - Verita Nascoste Turquoise Vinyl Edition
L’Uovo Di Colombo - L’Uovo Di Colombo
L’Uovo Di Colombo
L’Uovo Di Colombo
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
L'Uovo di Colombo is yet another classic example of Italian progressiveband in the early '70s abandoned by their record company following thecompletion of their first LP. Actually, the labels were two, Odeon andColumbia, and it is weird that from those two 'giants' wasn't born a newcommercial phenomenon.The musicians of the group were in fact all professionals, coming from (IFholks, Flea on the Honey) or later joining (Cherry Five, Dwight Logan,Royal Academy of Music, Samadhi) other bands, and the level ofpreparation and how you feel in the eight tracks album. The style is a rock,at times hard, with keyboards always in evidence (and subsequentreferences to Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Le Orme, EL & P ...) and a solidrhythmic base.Long out of print in its LP, "The Egg of Columbus" is now available again onlabel VM, in a faithful reproduction of the original and coloured vinyl.
I Giganti - Terra In Bocca
I Giganti
Terra In Bocca
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
22,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Renowned in the progressive rock field especially for their LP "Terra in bocca", I Gicanti were actually born within a thriving beat scene in '64; authors of two albums and several 45rpm's, they played in support of The Beatles in one of their Italian shows in 1965.In 1971 the transformation is complete, or nearly so. From the beat era only some vocal harmonies remained, while the rest fully goes under the flag of a more mature progressive rock, filtered through that Mediterranean sensibility that makes it instantly recognizable as an Italian record. "Terra in bocca" is a sort of rock-opera concept album, basically consisting of two long suites, each occupying an entire side of the LP. Full of tension from the first to the last moment and beautifully produced, this record had everything it takes to make I Giganti rise above the crowded Italian pop scene of the early '70s, but the subject chosen as concept - the mafia honor killing - precluded them any promotional outlet.Already published in CD format by Vinyl Magic in the '90s, this beautiful album is now presented in a faithful LP replica of the original version, complete with a reproduction of the attached poster. "Terra in bocca" was also made, in terms of concept and graphic layout, in collaboration with Gianni Sassi, that would soon found the historical Cramps Records. In a single word: essential!
Circus 2000 - An Escape From A Box
Circus 2000
An Escape From A Box
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
One of the few American sounding Italian bands, and so convincing that even Vernon Joynson, in his 1988 book "The Flashback" included them in the US psychedelia section!Their second album came in 1972, still in English but with a slightly more polished sound and some progressive influences. "An escape from a box" is again a very short album, around 33 minutes, but the five songs are longer and the opening "Hey man" (also released as a single) the best track.After 1973 singer Silvana Aliotta tried a solo career (as Silvana dei Circus 2000) with some singles but the. Original drummer Johnny Betti founded the small Shirak label and formed Living Life along with guitarist Quartarone. The latter was also involved in the album "Il vangelo secondo Barabba". Drummer Dede Lo Previte played with Duello Madre, Nova and Kim & the Cadillacs.Both albums by Circus 2000 are now rare and expensive, probably pressed in small quantities. All their production came on RiFi label.
Raminghi - Il Lungo Cammino Dei Raminghi
Le Orme - Collage
Le Orme
Collage
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
“Collage” is today a classic, both in its iconic cover photo and its music: never before had anyone in the Italian peninsula heard anything like that, if not of foreign origin. A cornerstone of what was then still called ‘Italian pop’, fundamental not only within the prog scene!
Ibis - Sun Supreme
Ibis
Sun Supreme
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
20,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
In the early '70s, many inner incomprehensions led to legal actions over the use of the name New Trolls, who eventually folded. Two bands then were founded, N.T. Atomic System by Vittorio De Scalzi and Ibis by Nico De Palo, both releasing a debut album in 1973. The second ones, during their short lifetime, made three records out of which only "Sun Supreme" hadn't ever been reissued on vinyl in more than 40 years, until today."Sun Supreme" was released in 1974, after Ric Parnell replaced drummer Gianni Belleno. A solid second effort basically made of two long compositions, "Divine Mountain/Journey of Life" on side A and "Divinity" on side B. Some say it's not much original, due to a good dose of hard rock elements, but it's actually a rushing and voltage loaded - musically speaking - full of instrumental sections and complex scores, and must be considered one of the best italian progressive rock releases ever.180gr. gold & black mixed coloured vinyl.
Jumbo - Jumbo
Jumbo
Jumbo
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
22,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Issued in 1972, Jumbo’s debut album – at the time it was a pseudonym used by songwriter Alvaro Fella – saw the light on an important record label, Philips, following the release of two 45rpm’s by Lucio Battisti’s Numero Uno.Even if it shows just a few hints of what will soon explode in the masterpiece “DNA”, “Jumbo” does not deserve to be neglected by the Italian prog passionate, as a fundamental step in the band’s evolutionary path. Songs based on a mere acoustic guitar, and then dressed with rock, blues and sometimes funky arrangements; over all, then, we have the raw and ungraceful voice of Fella, an iconic musician whose personality should stand besides other historical singer’s ones, such as Demetrio Stratos (Area) or Francesco Di Giacomo (Banco del Mutuo Soccorso). Jumbo’s line-up is the same that will record the following “DNA”, where the song “Dio è” will become part of the 20-minute “Suite per il Signor K”.Jumbo’s eponymous LP is now repressed for the first time in over 40 years. A work considered minor by many, that must be absolutely rediscovered.A must have!
Latte E Miele - Passio Secundum Mattheum
Latte E Miele
Passio Secundum Mattheum
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
24,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Released in 1972, "Passio Secundum Mattheum" is the debut album of the trio Latte e Miele, coming from the town Genoa. The sole title immediately clarifies the intent of the group: to convey a religious message through avant-garde pop musical coordinates, those that would later be labeled as 'progressive'."Passio..." consists of twelve largely instrumental episodes, interspersed with excerpts from the Gospel of Matthew. It sounds bitter at times, due to the young age of the musicians, but undoubtedly significant, because for the first time there was a transition between simple spiritual / religious songs to something far more complex, enough to be fully included in the Italian progressive rock scene.In the subsequent two LP’s Latte e Miele will have the opportunity to further refine their technique, but the maturity of the group is already evident in this remarkable first effort.
De De Lind - Io Non So da Dove Vengo
De De Lind
Io Non So da Dove Vengo
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
22,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Look for “De De Lind” on the internet and you will find mainly two results: those related to a Playboy magazine model very much in vogue in the ‘60s, and those concerning the eponymous Italian progressive rock meteor band. The long title of the album “Io non so da dove vengo e non so dove mai andrò, uomo è il nome che mi hanno dato” (I do not know where I come from and where ever I’ll go, Man is the name I’ve been given) already anticipates the philosophical/existential lyrical content of the songs: seven tracks that develop between acoustic sensations and hard-rock guitar riffs for nearly forty minutes, culminating in the ending climax of the final track “E poi”. A band that surely deserved more success at the time - their LP was released in 1973 - but that was largely ignored, apart from a modest, mostly negative review appeared on Ciao 2001 magazine. Only recently De De Lind and their only record have been re-evaluated, and they’re now considered a fundamental piece in the Italian progressive scene. It takes just the first notes of the initial “Fuga e morte” to realize that we’re in front of a great musical work. This edition is a faithful replica of the original LP in gatefold format. 180g black vinyl.
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