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Giuliano Sorgini - Under Pompelmo Yellow Vinyl / Holographic Cover Edition
Psycheground Group, The - Psychedelic And Underground Music Yellow Vinyl Edition
Oronzo De Filippi - Meccanizzazione
Oronzo De Filippi
Meccanizzazione
LP | 1969 | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
25,99 €*
Release:1969 / Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
At the end of the '60s in Italy - but also abroad, especially in France and
England - a very particular trend began to spread, that one known as 'Library
music' or 'sonorization': as suggested by its name, those were real music
libraries intended for the accompaniment of audiovisual productions such as
television programs, advertisements, documentaries and films. Since they
were created in total artistic freedom condition, they are often difficult if not
impossible to catalog, as they're not anchored to a specific musical genre;
this freedom also allowed the authors to compose, sometimes in the most
complete anonymity, experimental and avant-garde music, capable of
anticipating the sounds that only many years later would have been
widespread on a larger scale.
Oronzo De Filippi is known not only for his library music works, but also for
having been part of the project The Braen's Machine, together with
Alessandro Alessandroni, another very important name in this context.
"Meccanizzazione" is a completely instrumental record - like practically all
LP's in this genre - literally dominated by the sound of the harpsichord, and it
substantially features two main kinds of compositions: the most 'friendly' and
easy-listening ones with a jazz-lounge and bossanova flavor, and the darker
and hypnotic ones, decidedly more fitting the repetitiveness of the industrial
world and its machines at work.
"Ritmo dell'industria N. 2" is part of a reissues series, made in collaboration
with Edizioni Leonardi (Milan, Italy), of extremely rare library music LP's
published between late '60s and early '70s, most of which have never been
released again until today, and that are finally made available again for
collectors and sonorization music lovers.
Quella Vecchia Locanda - Quella Vecchia Locanda Red Vinyl Edition
Quella Vecchia Locanda
Quella Vecchia Locanda Red Vinyl Edition
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
20,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
A classic italian progressive masterwork from 1972! Quella Vecchia Locanda is now available in vinyl gatefold edition faithful to the original released in red vinyl!
Blocco Mentale - Poa Yellow Vinyl Edition
Blocco Mentale
Poa Yellow Vinyl Edition
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
25,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
A very obscure and one of the rarest albums from Italian rock music scene of the 70's. This album takes on ecology as its theme and sings of the evil of polluting the planet. Terrific basic progressive music housed in a creative gimmick sleeve with window to flower. Blocco Mentale were a quintet, consisting of Aldo Angeletti (who wrote the music) on vocals and bass, Michele Arena on drums and vocals, Gigi "Roso" Bianchi on guitar and vocals, Filippo Lazzari on keyboards, harmonica and vocals, and Dino Finocchi on vocals, sax and flute. Musically Blocco Mentale is characterised by a progressive style with some personal touches. The best intruments are the horns and the keyboards.

The album opens with angular staccato sax riffs and then slides into a lush melody somewhat reminiscent of PFM ( Premiata Forneria Marconi ) in their early (and best) days. There are rich vocal harmonies blended with organ and flute, and once again a Meditteranean sensibility which distinguishes much of the best Italian progressive rock. (The opening lines of that opening track, "Capita," are recapitulated in the closing lines of the sixth track, "Ritorno," but the album still has one track to go at that point, oddly enough). Swelling Mellotrons blend into vocal harmonies, and give way to a cascading piano line. The music moves around a lot in the course of the album. The fourth track, "Io E Me," is an amazing Meditteranean blues, with a wailing harmonica taking the lead.
Il Balletto Di Bronzo - Ys Clear Red Vinyl Editoin
Le Orme - Uomo Di Pezza Clear Red Vinyl Edition
Le Orme - Felona E Sorona Italian Version Clear Red Edition
L'Uovo Di Colombo - L'Uovo Di Colombo Red Vinyl Edition
Garybaldi - Nuda - Limited Edition Picture LP
Garybaldi - Astrolabio Red Vinyl Edition
Metamorfosi - Inferno Red Vinyl Edition
Sensations Fix - Sensations Fix
Sensations Fix
Sensations Fix
LP | 1974 | US | Original (Vinyl Magic)
27,99 €*
Release:1974 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
* First Ever Vinyl Reissue
* Pressed on splatter-Colored Vinyl! Listening today to the music produced by Sensations' Fix, a project founded and directed by Franco Falsini in '70s, can't just leave anyone indifferent. Already in the mid-'60s, Falsini was full-time involved in musical activities: a tireless traveler and experimenter, an artist with uncommon curiosity and intuition, after having lived for some time in the United States and England, he finally established again in Italy where he gave shape to Sensations' Fix and signed a contract with Polydor for the release of six records in five years. Often associated with the sound of Tangerine Dream and the so-called German 'cosmic couriers', Sensations' Fix were much more than mere clones of something already existing.

"Sensations' Fix" is - together with "Portable Madness" and "Fragments of Light" - one of the three titles published in 1974, a collection of short psychedelic compositions, in which glimpses of 'cosmic' music can already be noticed; those elements would soon become a trademark in the group's repertoire. The twelve compositions present here were part of demos that Falsini had sold to the record company, which decided to publish them in the form of a not-for-sale LP, which had "music especially recorded for radio and television" written on the back cover: in practice, sketches of musical ideas had been 'transformed' into 'library music' and collected in an extremely rare vinyl that sells today for hundreds of euros.

Sensations' Fix albums are generally difficult to find; almost none of them has been reprinted in over forty years, but thanks to this series of reissues on the VM label it is now possible to rediscover them all.
Le Orme - Storia O Leggenda Red Vinyl Edition
Banco - Canto Di Primavera Yellow Vinyl Edition
Banco - Di Terra Yellow Vinyl Edition
Jumbo - Vietato Ai Minori Di 18 Anni Clear Red Vinyl Edition
Jumbo - DNA Clear Red Vinyl Edition
Locanda Delle Fate - Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano
Osanna - Palepoli Red Vinyl Edition
Augusto Righetti - Al Charly Max Canta I Beatles In Italiano
Le Orme - Felona & Sorona
Le Orme - Storia O Leggenda
Le Orme
Storia O Leggenda
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
21,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
1977, the year in which an ending progressive rock era symbolically passed the baton to the crescent punk and disco-music phenomena, is also the year of "Storia o leggenda" (History or legend), the ninth studio LP - taking into account the collection "L'aurora delle Orme" - by Aldo Tagliapietra, Michi Dei Rossi and Tony Pagliuca's band, who here renew the collaboration with young guitarist Germano Serafin.

Recorded in Paris and presented at the time as a cycle-closing record, "Storia o leggenda" was actually a step forward for Le Orme, who were able to infuse their trademark symphonic style, romantic and melancholy with pop veins and being perfectly recognizable at the same time. Sometimes the band looks back toward a not too distant past, thanks also to the return of acoustic guitars and a cover designed by artist Walter Mac Mazzieri, who already painted the artwork for "Uomo di pezza". After "Verità nascoste", "Storia o leggenda" was further evidence of the fact that Le Orme could make it by themselves, aftr the separation from producer Gian Piero Reverberi.

The artwork is here faithfully reproduced, including the inner sleeve with the songs lyrics. A must for any self-respecting fan of Le Orme, also considering that "Storia o leggenda" has never been reissued on LP in over thirty years!
Duello Madre - Duello Madre Red Vinyl Edition
Osage Tribe - Arrow Head Red Vinyl Edition
Osanna - Milano Calibro Nove Red Vinyl Edition
Remigio Ducros - America Giovane
Remigio Ducros
America Giovane
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
24,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
At the end of the '60s in Italy - but also abroad, especially in France and England - a very particular trend began to spread, that one known as 'Library music' or 'sonorization': as suggested by its name, those were real music libraries intended for the accompaniment of audiovisual productions such as television programs, advertisements, documentaries and films. Since they were created in total artistic freedom condition, they are often difficult if not impossible to catalog, as they're not anchored to a specific musical genre; this freedom also allowed the authors to compose, sometimes in the most complete anonymity, experimental and avant-garde music, capable of anticipating the sounds that only many years later would have been widespread on a larger scale.

Remigio Ducros, pianist and composer, author of about 20 library music LP's, with "America Giovane" (Young America) produces a heterogeneous compendium of musical genres coming from the United States, that could perfectly fit as an accompaniment to the '60s/70s hippie gatherings and events. Country (Country Feeling, On the West Road), funk (Black Not Coloured), blues (Ride On, Village Blues, State of Harlem), soul/r&b (Black Congregation), southern rock (Rock - H), psychedelic-tinged prog (The New Phylosophy), hard rock (Hendrix Memento, Campus Sit In), plus three songs for solo armonica (Week-end Down Town, Sunday in Central Park) and flute (Lonesome Voice).

"Ritmo dell'industria N. 2" is part of a reissues series, made in collaboration with Edizioni Leonardi (Milan, Italy), of extremely rare library music LP's published between late '60s and early '70s, most of which have never been released again until today, and that are finally made available again for collectors and sonorization music lovers.

First official reissue ever, on 180gr. black vinyl.
De De Lind - Io Non So Da Dove Vengo Green Vinyl Edition
Giuliano Sorgini - Elettroformule
Giuliano Sorgini
Elettroformule
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
24,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
At the end of the '60s in Italy - but also abroad, especially in France and England - a very particular trend began to spread, that one known as 'Library music' or 'sonorization': as suggested by its name, those were real music libraries intended for the accompaniment of audiovisual productions such as television programs, advertisements, documentaries and films. Since they were created in total artistic freedom condition, they are often difficult if not impossible to catalog, as they're not anchored to a specific musical genre; this freedom also allowed the authors to compose, sometimes in the most complete anonymity, experimental and avant-garde music, capable of anticipating the sounds that only many years later would have been widespread on a larger scale.

Giuliano Sorgini is one of the most mysterious composers of the sonorization and soundtrack genres: almost nothing is known about his life, despite his name being linked to dozens of albums and compositions. "Elettroformule" is probably one of his most 'extreme' experiments: a collection of thirteen short improvisations generated with the sole aid of electronic instruments: abstract compositions, balanced between ambient and noise music, perfect for a hypothetical science fiction from the '60/70s.

"Elettroformule" is part of a reissues series, made in collaboration with Edizioni Leonardi (Milan, Italy), of extremely rare library music LP's published between late '60s and early '70s, most of which have never been released again until today, and that are finally made available again for collectors and sonorization music lovers.

Edition in black vinyl 180gr.
Franco Falsini - Cold Nose (Naso freddo) White vinyl Edition
Franco Falsini
Cold Nose (Naso freddo) White vinyl Edition
LP | 2020 | US | Original (Vinyl Magic)
22,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Faithful reproduction of the original edition with inner envelope, on white vinyl

lFranco Falsini is a musician and composer who, already in the mid-'60s, was full-time involved in music
activities: a tireless traveler and experimenter, an artist with uncommon curiosity and intuition, after
having lived for some time in the United States and England, he finally established again in Italy where he gave shape to Sensations' Fix and signed a contract with Polydor for the release of six records in five years.

In addition to the composition and release of the Sensations' Fix LP's, Falsini was able to record a solo
album in 1975, 'Cold Nose (Naso freddo)', the soundtrack of the eponymous short film directed by Filippo Milani, which Falsini himself says it's the description of 'a day in the life of a Freudian cocaine addict. There were only three actors, two of whom represented the paranoia of the main and only character, Miguel, a Spaniard who lived as a photomodel companion. [...] There was no action at all in the film, which was basically made of moving photographs, with many close-ups [...]. This, with the absence of dialogues, made the soundtrack fundamental. The slowness of the images had to be reflected in music, and synchronizing everything wasn't easy. [...] Everything was analogic and the tape cuts were handmade'.

Sonically speaking, 'Cold Nose' is a space/psychedelic trip played by Falsini in complete autonomy, with
only bass, guitar, keyboards/synthesizers and sporadic vocalizations at the end of the third and last part of the opera, a long 20-minute composition that fills the entire B-side of the record. Sounds and atmospheres are still fresh totay, and it wouldn't have been wrong to define them 'avant-garde' back in those days!

Faithful reproduction of the original edition with inner envelope, in white vinyl.
Jumbo - Vietato Ai Minori Di 18 Anni Orange Vinyl Edition
Paese Die Balocchi - Paese Die Balochi Orange Vinyl Edition
Modena City Ramblers - Radio Rebelde Red Vinyl Edition
Sensations' Fix - Fragments Of Light Blue Vinyl Edition
Sensations' Fix
Fragments Of Light Blue Vinyl Edition
LP | 1974 | US | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
25,99 €*
Release:1974 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
180g Blue LP /// Listening today to the music produced by Sensations’ Fix, a project founded and directed by Franco Falsini in ‘70s, can’t just leave anyone indifferent. Already in the mid-‘60s, Falsini was full-time involved in musical activities: a tireless traveler and experimenter, an artist with uncommon curiosity and intuition, after having lived for some time in the United States and England, he finally established again in Italy where he gave shape to Sensations’ Fix and signed a contract with Polydor for the release of six records in five years. Often associated with the sound of Tangerine Dream and the so-called German ‘cosmic couriers’, Sensations’ Fix were much more than mere clones of something already existing.

“Sensations’ Fix” is – together with “Portable Madness” and “Fragments of Light” – one of the three titles published in 1974, a collection of short psychedelic compositions, in which glimpses of ‘cosmic’ music can already be noticed; those elements would soon become a trademark in the group’s repertoire. The twelve compositions present here were part of demos that Falsini had sold to the record company, which decided to publish them in the form of a not-for-sale LP, which had “music especially recorded for radio and television” written on the back cover: in practice, sketches of musical ideas had been ‘transformed’ into ‘library music’ and collected in an extremely rare vinyl that sells today for hundreds of euros.

Sensations’ Fix albums are generally difficult to find; almost none of them has been reprinted in over forty years, but thanks to this series of reissues on the VM label it is now possible to rediscover them all.
Sensations' Fix - Finest Finger Clear Green Vinyl Edition
Sensations' Fix
Finest Finger Clear Green Vinyl Edition
LP | 1974 | US | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
25,99 €*
Release:1974 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
First time on vinyl /// 180g Green LP /// Listening today to the music produced by Sensations’ Fix, a project founded and directed by Franco Falsini in ‘70s, can’t just leave anyone indifferent. Already in the mid-‘60s, Falsini was full-time involved in musical activities: a tireless traveler and experimenter, an artist with uncommon curiosity and intuition, after having lived for some time in the United States and England, he finally established again in Italy where he gave shape to Sensations’ Fix and signed a contract with Polydor for the release of six records in five years. Often associated with the sound of Tangerine Dream and the so-called German ‘cosmic couriers’, Sensations’ Fix were much more than mere clones of something already existing.

“Finest Finger” is Sensations’ Fix’s fourth album, originally released in 1976 and never officially reissued on vinyl until today. The making of this record coincided with the line-up addition of a second keyboard player and, even if Franco Falsini remains the only author of all its songs, the album sounds much more homogeneous, fluent, inspired, better produced than the band’s previous ones and is clearly the result of a proper teamwork. For the first time, Falsini also took care of the singing parts in four of the eight tracks, with very good results. This is probably the first album in which, thanks to the experience and means acquired, the sound of Sensations’ Fix takes on more precise and personal shapes.

Sensations’ Fix albums are generally difficult to find; almost none of them has been reprinted in over forty years, but thanks to this series of reissues on the VM label it is now possible to rediscover them all.
Modena City Ramblers - Terra E Libertà Red Vinyl Edition
Franco Mannino E Sergio Montori - OST Identikit Record Store Day 2019 Edition
Franco Mannino E Sergio Montori
OST Identikit Record Store Day 2019 Edition
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Vinyl Magic)
23,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
* Record Store Day Europe / UK 2019 Exclusive Release!
* Pressed on colored vinyl & limited to 500

Identikit (also known as The Driver's Seat) is a 1974 Italian drama film directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi. Based on the novella The Driver's Seat by Muriel Spark, it is a psychological drama starring Elizabeth Taylor, Ian Bannen and featuring Andy Warhol. Lise, a mentally unbalanced middle-aged woman, travels from her home in London to Rome, Italy where she embarks on a fatal destiny that she had helped to arrange for herself - a premeditated search for someone, anyone, with whom she could form a dangerous liaison. Lise meets a variety of people during her journey and stay in Rome whom include Bill, a lecherous British businessman that she meets on the plane to Rome who tries to seduce her; Carlo, a young man whom Lise tries to know more about; an elderly Englishwoman named Mrs. Fiedke whom Lise bonds with to go shopping; and Pierre, a Frenchman who picks up Lise hoping to seduce her as well. The film is told in a non-linear narrative as throughout the film are scenes of the local Rome police interviewing all the people that Lise interacted with as well as investigating the reasons for her strange behavior that led up to her own murder. Original Italian soundtrack from 1974 on the beautiful Ariete label by the pianist Franco Mannino. A great LP that inlcudes two completely different sides. On the first side, a refined symphonic composition for solo piano divided into 9 tracks performed by Franco Mannino himself. Second side is also composed by Franco Mannino but with the help of Sergio Montori this time entitled "Elizabeth Suite" and featuring 8 tracks with some crazy hammond. Enough words! Listen to "Liz Five" and "Lize Seven" two great jazz funk tracks with nice hammond and guitar.
Modena City Ramblers - Riportando Tutto A Casa Red Vinyl Edition
Jumbo - DNA
Jumbo - Vietato Ai Minori Di 18 Anni?
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.
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