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By deafmetal
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texasvinyl wrote:The three new four flies comps landed today. They're all really good! Across the three there are about 24 tracks previously unreleased on any format. Recommended

@texas - Great is to hear. They are on my want list.
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By NathanLurker
#104518 I want, nay, need those new four flies comp so bad !
I never expected to get 'into' this label so much when I tried out ''La Poliziotta'' but I've become a completist for that label.
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By milliondollars
#104563 did not play this for a long time. i must admit that i did not like this a lot the time when i got it, but it sounds much better to me today. kind of classic De Filippi style. i would say the music is similar to the First Born album (later re-released as Riflessi on Edipan). when Riflessi deserves to be reissued, this one deserves, too.

took me years full of laziness to translate the albums title and now i know it means something like Garden Of My Dreams. finally i understand all the melancholy and dreaminess behind these compositions...

https://www.discogs.com/R-De-Filippi-L- ... se/4838387

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By milliondollars
#104607 traded this one in lately as those records from the RTV do not show up too often. the panoramic side B is quite average but it's all about the industrial compositions on side A. mechanical jazzy abstractions just how i like them and a important addition to my industrial library list. i consider Enrico Cortese a really bizzare composer with a unique style. need to hear more from him...

https://www.discogs.com/Enrico-Cortese- ... e/11171727

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By Steve Powder
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milliondollars wrote:did not play this for a long time. i must admit that i did not like this a lot the time when i got it, but it sounds much better to me today. kind of classic De Filippi style. i would say the music is similar to the First Born album (later re-released as Riflessi on Edipan). when Riflessi deserves to be reissued, this one deserves, too.

took me years full of laziness to translate the albums title and now i know it means something like Garden Of My Dreams. finally i understand all the melancholy and dreaminess behind these compositions...

https://www.discogs.com/R-De-Filippi-L- ... se/4838387

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One of my favorite library records ever. I somewhat understand the melancholy, it's maybe that Filippi made all this great music and still remains as someone who is not known. All that recognition he should have had (is he gone yet?). Sorgini had the same thing, as he explains on Zoo Folle. Cecil Leuter also made that melancholic Altitude 3000 album, may be the same thing on there as Filippi, not being recognized. A lot of library composers remain obscure it seems, not getting the fame that they deserve.
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By milliondollars
#104690 @Steve: obviously they never get the recognition they deserved. you can literally hear that some artists put a pinch more love in their music than others. but on the other hand, it was all about money and royalties. this is the main reason why these libraries were made and people seem to forget about that sometimes. i am always wondering if these recordings have paid out? with a quite poor distribution (especially those Leonardi records) and very low quantities the chance must have been small that their records got used. but this is only a speculation of mine...
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By milliondollars
#104691 finally i was able to get this record from my favourite french label from discogs for € 22,22. i love it when sellers grade G and it turns out to be NM. luckily some of the sellers are not familiar with the grading system, haha! these Musax records are a pain. for some of them i had to wait for many years. the funny thing is that when they turn up, they go for cheap mostly.

this one is absolutely brilliant and i would say it's Mr. Sauvage's best library output. super nice and mellow jazz session. the lovely cover art gives you an idea how your brain feels when you listen to this record. check out the whole album on youtube...

https://www.discogs.com/Camille-Sauvage ... e/10710956

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By milliondollars
#104708 do not have a lot of library 45s. do not even know of many. but i do know that i admire the electronic works by Gianni Safred and also i do know that it took me a very long time to get all these little babies for a fair price.

these little doughnuts are a treat. it's 4x4 tracks that would make a great reissue on one LP. most of these can be heard on the boxes of toys blog by the way...

https://www.discogs.com/Gianni-Safred-C ... se/3327577
https://www.discogs.com/Gianni-Safred-A ... se/3113542
https://www.discogs.com/Gianni-Safred-G ... se/2469673
https://www.discogs.com/Gianni-Safred-A ... se/7036459

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By milliondollars
#104794 some creepy nights with the mysterious Record For Murder, which is one of the best concept libraries that i know of. not sure anymore but i think i have read about this one in the Trunk recommendations some years ago. took me a long time to get one.

mystery and suspense cues on it but i would not say the music is groundbreaking. what i really like about it is the overall package with a brilliant title, enigmatic cover art plus each composition named after a well known novel character like Poirot, Holmes or Miss Marple to name a few.

great record for listening while you are doing plans for your perfect murder...

https://www.discogs.com/Hingross-Record ... se/6856165

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By Hatter313
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milliondollars wrote:some creepy nights with the mysterious Record For Murder, which is one of the best concept libraries that i know of. not sure anymore but i think i have read about this one in the Trunk recommendations some years ago. took me a long time to get one.

mystery and suspense cues on it but i would not say the music is groundbreaking. what i really like about it is the overall package with a brilliant title, enigmatic cover art plus each composition named after a well known novel character like Poirot, Holmes or Miss Marple to name a few.

great record for listening while you are doing plans for your perfect murder...

https://www.discogs.com/Hingross-Record ... se/6856165

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What is this? where has it been? why don't i have this?

God i love it when someone on here drops something special like this in my lap, definitely gonna check this out. Thanks a million @million