Friday, October 23, 2009

ORONZO DE FILIPPI-MECCANIZZAZIONE, LP, 196?, ITALY

This fabulous Morricone-esque library rarity (issued on the Leo label) is plainly the template for the turn Stereolab would take circa Dots And Loops, its atmosphere of pointillistic op-art modernist cool enacted via percolating cadences, dancing patterned harpsichord hits, stray dissonances, elegantly odd organ elaborations and jaunty period orchestrations.

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4 comments:

Evan Jones said...

Remarkable record. Thanks for posting. Any idea what year it was released?

Anonymous said...

Always interesting stuff here.

Nice.

M.

Crash The Driver said...

Stereolab reference is bang on target. A terrifically groovy, laid back slice of jazzy meccano pop. Recommended for library enthusiasts and space-age bachelors alike--thanks guys!

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