Monday, November 18, 2013

R.Barberis & Cincinnato "Musica In Penombra" Usignolo Fonit Cera 1981 Rip @320K

  Is it possible to feel as awesome as the girl on this cover does?  Unless you got some heavy drugs listening to, "Why Not?" off this record will get you there.  Another maximum rare library record from Usignolo Fonit Cera here.  This one is also by Cincinnato, possibly the italian prog band.  One thing you should know about Italian composers is, their musicianship is so top notch, whether it be, Psych Funk or Classical.  This one is Jazz Classical and it blows my mind, yeah there aren't any drums, fuzz or moog but the piano and strings are so timeless, there's no way of telling if this was made in 1960 or 1981.  It's a double plus that these records were made the same time I was,1980, I wonder if they could imagine someone talking about them on the internet 33 years later haha.   The pieces, "Why Not?" "Insieme" and "Smarrimento" inspire me greatly and I hope they do you as well.  So please enjoy this rare gem from my personal collection @320K and don't forget to leave a comment,  I love you Cincinnato!  Thanks, Chris Tillotson
GET IT HERE! Updated Link 11/19/2013
Preview 2 songs: "Why Not" & "Insieme"








18 comments:

  1. Just can't wait to hear it..
    Downloading now, since I can't sleep.
    I'm sure it will be a good companion for this endless night.
    Thank you Chris, once again.

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    1. I think this would be a nice companion for a sleepless night, very soothing. Hope you enjoy G

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  2. I just finish the download Chris;
    I'm afraid you've posted the wrong Cincinnato: inside the zip file I found UST 334 again, instead of UST 336.

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    1. Damn, my bad ill fix this when I got home today ,Chris

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  3. Dear Chris,
    I just noticed your blog as it was mentioned on Maïorov Simpleton's blog.
    I downloaded some OST albums kindly shared on your site and really enjoyed them.
    Here, I've got an unknown track which seems to be the opening of a movie.
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    http://www.mediafire.com/listen/pi8tskfcvk7tj00/Immigrants.mp3
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    Let me know if you can recognize the track.
    Thanks.

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    1. Sorry Maestro, I don't recognize the track. It sounds awesome though, sounds like a late 70s or early 80's track to me cause of the drum recording and sax solo. Glad you're enjoying the shares and hope you find the source of that track. Let me know if you do

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    2. Dear Chris,
      Someone sent this link which contains the theme music:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIbMIRbOCII

      This clips is shared by someone who is a member of this site which is all in Hebrew language.
      http://oldtv.co.il/forum/index.php

      It's the Ending Theme of an animation series produced by Japan called: Manga Fairy Tales of the World

      http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=2314

      Now, someone who knows Japanese or Hebrew can help us.

      I'll post the same info on the forum.
      There, someone may help.

      Thanks

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    3. Awesome Maestro I wonder if it ever got pressed on vinyl. I'll try to keep my eyes peeled. I fell asleep in Hebrew class so I can't decipher those words but I do dig the sounds. Thanks for the heads up

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    1. It says Roberto Magri played the guitar pieces from UST 334 so that would make sense. Thanks for the info

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  5. Also came here via Mairov Simpleton's blog. This is great! I look forward to hearing all these rare albums. Thank you so much and feel free to check out my blog with similar type shares:

    www.driftinghighplains.blogspot.com

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    1. Awesome glad you found me. Yeah you got a dope blog, very sexy haha. I'm gonna download some of your mixes, sure I will dig. Thanks

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  6. Alright y'all, Greta informed me I had put the wrong album in the first zip folder. I have now re upped the proper folder containing UST 336. Sorry for the mix up and Enjoy!

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  7. I love this blog! Thanks for rarities and interesting descriptions :)

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    1. Your welcome Pornotrond, and thank you for your wonderful blog contributions, love your blogs too!

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  8. Thank you for reupping, Chris!

    There's some damned sexy blogs around here! *snicker*



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