Psych-Prog Soundtrack & Library Discoveries For The Working Class Weirdo
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Mario Molino & Duilio Radici "Holiday For Flutes"- RCA -SP 10047- 1973 JAZZ FUNK HOLY GRAIL!
Wow you just don't get to hear library records this solid every day. Usually I would stay away from any Library Record titled "Holiday For Flutes" cause well they tend to be very literal. Luckily for us all this thing is anything but boring flute passages, what we get is mindblowing melody and beats including Mario Molino's signature guitar sound, Duilio Radici's organ & piano, Antonio Ferrelli's incredible Bass playing, Ciro Cicco's perfect drumming and Franco Battimelli & Nino Rapicavoli melodic flute. As a musician this record is just so inspiring, I mean more thought and precision probably went into the first 2 minutes of this record than the latest "it" bands entire output. Even though the moods change constantly within the same song the whole album feels like one solid feel good vibe. The main thing that seems unique to me on this record is those drum breaks and fills, they are just so strange and perfect. The first song, "Bubble Soap" is a perfect example of this and probably the best of the 10 songs. Every song is a winner on here though and if you're a fan of Molino's work than I'm sure you'll be satisfied. This record is near impossible to find as well as any RCA SP record. I don't feel like sharing "this" record will hurt it's future resale value & potential (which I do wonder about often with my shares) because the good ones always sell in my experience, I would gladly pay the same price for this even if I had the MP3 before, it's the kind of record that sells itself, like drugs, HAHA. So enjoy another one from my personal collection ripped @320K and don't forget to leave a comment. Thanks, Chris Tillotson GET IT HERE!