William Antonini Lp 1971 Killer Jazz-funk Freakbeat Prog. Blues Italian Library
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04 Jul 2016
WILLIAM ANTONINIe la sua orchestra
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Original 1971 EMR label STEREOMONO pressing, cat. E..M.R. 09 , Italy.
Very RARE Library cult album by maestro William Antonini and his orchestra recorded with the deep sounds of Dirmaphon studios in Roma. Very small Library and Orchestra production from the pianist Antonini during his career as session man, this is the unique long-playing we have and for sure a lost collectible gem. Liner notes on back foldout cover by the father of Italian Jazz Carlo Loffredo. Excellent studio orchestra arranged by the maestro. Back cover is curiously printed on the contrary for a mispressing. Expect strong Blues Rock influences with loads of Killer Psychedelic sounds all over the place / amazing Jazz-Funk and Blues Funk vibes / heavy Progressive riffs, with Big Band Swinging Jazz and Jazz-Rock tunes / huge bassline with stoned flute and deep Tenor sax / amazing early '70s Freakbeat clubbing tunes. Killer album!
Enjoy the long clip ripped from vinyl: https://soundcloud.com/armagideon-times/william-antonini-e-la-sua-orchestra-1971-italian-library-psych-prog-jazz-funk-masterpiece
Album is dedicated to England cities and tracks are titles with some noted English ones like the killer "CAMBRIDGE", fast dancefloor Acid Psychedelic & Shake Freakbeat tune with heavy bassline and guitar. "BRISTOL" gives dope Downtempo Psychedelic groove with lovely Piano solo. The super Moody "OXFORD" features amazing captivating horns, fascinating Progressive loops and heavy bassline, stoned flute solo and tempo changes with Swinging Moody Jazz addiction. Other Downtempo Progressive grooves on "BIRMINGHAM" with killer Hip Hop drums, sharp guitar and caotic horns. "LIVERPOOL" is another Killer theme with a dope Freakbeat groove, catching bassline notes and Moody tempo changes. Outstanding album, still very underrated and obscure. Not to be missed!
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RECORD: Visually VG+, sounds much better than it shows with only local background noises. Check the clip.
COVER: VG+ shape, light storage yellowish on the back, general wear on borders. Still nice shape.
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