"In a recording with so many varied percussive sounds, there is a violent interaction between the stylus and the abruptly changing route taken by the walls of the record grooves..." Well, that's what it says on the back of the sleeve anyway. I'll leave you to judge whether this record is a little too dangerous to listen to.
Again, more apologies for the lack of posts. This is another excellent soundtrack from Roberto Pregadio and Romano Mussolini. Had a lot of positive comments about Kriminal so hopefully you'll enjoy this one just as much. Once again it's recorded from a picture disc so the quality isn't as good as it could be, but it's worth it.
Well after another hiatus I'm back with this thrilling soundtrack from Roberto Pregadio and Romano Mussolini and the 1966 film, Kriminal. This wasn't available at the time and was recently released on vinyl and CD (which has more tracks). This is the vinyl version, of course, but is pressed as a picture disc so the quality isn't as good, but is still a treat.
I've wanted to post this for a while (a good couple of years) but I've been searching for another copy as this one, unfortunately, is a little sad. I bought it at the time and for some reason didn't look after it as much as I should. I've given up getting a better copy, so I thought I'd post as is, so apologies for the surface noise, etc.
Side one is standard fare, nice enough. Side two is unusual though as they are self-penned tracks from the producer and others and are pretty cool (if dated) ambient sounding affairs.
EDIT: Thanks to Brian for cleaning my original files. There are now new links to the cleaned version and I recommend you grabbing those.
One of my absolute favourite albums and a truly remarkable lineup of New York's finest including Bill Potts and Zoot Sims. Mine is a mono copy and I've been looking for a stereo copy for years, so if you have one, let me know.
Apologies for the lack of posts, been away. Had a lovely time but disappointingly didn't get any records, which is unusual.
Nevermind. This will get me back in the swing of things. A lovely early S2S record which they tried to make all exotic for the mid-60s record buying public by adding the letter "O" to the end of every word.