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Fabio Fabor

Crazy Colours (LP)
* 2021 restock, killer price. Last copies * Rome was, of course, the pulsing heart of Italian library music – it is the place where tv and movies are made, so editors and musicians tend to gather there. But we must not forget what was happening in the library music world, at the same time, in Milan – where there was a very active music industry, but leaning more on the pop and jazz side.The Roman style was more connected to the classic and orchestral tradition, but the musicians from Milan adopt…
LP | €12.90
Superman (LP)
* 2021 restock, killer price. Last copies * 1983, in the history of synths, is a key year. During the January edition of Namn (the most important music fair in the US), indeed, Miid – the standard protocol for electronic instruments interaction – was introduced to the world. Until then, programming and making synths work together was something practiced by a restricted elite of “wizards”, explorers armed with cables and analog patches, who could create new sonic worlds – but totally temporary, n…
LP | €12.90
Galassia M81 (LP)
* 2021 restock, killer price. Last copies * Fabio Borgazzi – aka Fabio Fabor – played literally every known style of music, from baroque to “satanic” electronic, in his library music albums released during his career which lasted almost seven decades.Born in Milan in 1920, Fabor was one of the great artisans of post-war Italian popular music. Author, arranger and conductor with a classical background, he started writing songs (in the 1950’s and 1960’s) for popstars such as Nilla Pizzi, Johnny Do…
LP | €12.90
Pape Satan (LP)
* 180 Gram Vinyl with Black and Red mixed color * The long-awaited exact reissue of the 1980 occult electro / dark ambient masterpiece from the Italian library music label Hard. Fabio Borgazzi, under the alias of Fabio Fabor, was one of the maestros of Italian music, traversing disparate genres including classical music, pop, and electronic music. Released under his own library label, ‘Pape Satan’ is yet another holy grail for collectors of Italian library records. The record’s infernal visions …
Colored LP | €36.00
Mr. Diabolicus - Mr. Mysterious
**CD version** Given his fascination with obscure and esoteric topics, an interest that lasted throughout his whole career as a composer of library music, Fabio Fabor must have been diabolic and mysterious for real. The Milan-born composer, who passed away in 2011, had always showcased a darker side compared to other fellow musicians of his era. A side that is well portrayed in works like the famous masterpiece “Pape Satan”, or “Satanas”, which is included in the very accessible “B 81” (Serie Us…
CD | €15.50
Dramatest 1974
**CD version** Absolute music composed for keys which sound is processed in order to obtain particular effects, timbre and soundscape. There would not be other words needed to describe “Dramatest”, a release of experimental library music published in 1974 by Fonovideo and signed by Oscar Rocchi (and his moniker Chiarosi) and Fabio Fabor. Rocchi, an excellent pianist and composer, had worked with heavy weights of Italian jazz such as Dino Piana e Oscar Valdambrini (on their amazing album Afrodite…
CD | €15.50
Crazy Colours (colored LP)
First 200 on Mixed Colours Vinyl. Rome was, of course, the pulsing heart of Italian library music – it is the place where tv and movies are made, so editors and musicians tend to gather there. But we must not forget what was happening in the library music world, at the same time, in Milan – where there was a very active music industry, but leaning more on the pop and jazz side. The Roman style was more connected to the classic and …
LP | €22.90
Galassia M81 (Colored LP)
Fabio Borgazzi – aka Fabio Fabor – played literally every known style of music, from baroque to “satanic” electronic, in his library music albums released during his career which lasted almost seven decades. Born in Milan in 1920, Fabor was one of the great artisans of post-war Italian popular music. Author, arranger and conductor with a classical background, he started writing songs (in the 1950’s and 1960’s) for popstars such as Nilla Pizzi, John…
LP | €22.90
Superman (coloured LP)
First 200 on Red & Orange Colours Vinyl. 1983, in the history of synths, is a key year. During the January edition of Namn(the most important music fair in the US), indeed, Miid – the standard protocol for electronic instruments interaction – was introduced to the world. Until then, programming and making synths work together was something practiced by a restricted elite of “wizards”, explorers armed with cables and analog patches, who …
LP | €22.90
Crazy Colours
Rome was, of course, the pulsing heart of Italian library music – it is the place where tv and movies are made, so editors and musicians tend to gather there. But we must not forget what was happening in the library music world, at the same time, in Milan – where there was a very active music industry, but leaning more on the pop and jazz side. The Roman style was more connected to the classic and orchestral tradition, but t…
LP | €21.00
Galassia M81
Fabio Borgazzi – aka Fabio Fabor – played literally every known style of music, from baroque to “satanic” electronic, in his library music albums released during his career which lasted almost seven decades.Born in Milan in 1920, Fabor was one of the great artisans of post-war Italian popular music. Author, arranger and conductor with a classical background, he started writing songs (in the 1950’s and 1960’s) for popstars such as Nilla Pizzi, Johnny Dorelli and Milva; he then turned to music for…
LP | €21.00
Superman
1983, in the history of synths, is a key year. During the January edition of Namn(the most important music fair in the US), indeed, Miid – the standard protocol for electronic instruments interaction – was introduced to the world. Until then, programming and making synths work together was something practiced by a restricted elite of “wizards”, explorers armed with cables and analog patches, who could create new sonic worlds –…
LP | €21.00
B81 Ballabili anni 70 Underground
**CD version** Due to an overwhelming number of reissues and to the steady and meticulous work of collectors and passionate music lovers who have been spreading the word about it, the realm of Italian library music has moved from being some kind of hidden cult to becoming a well defined niche. Authors such as Alessandroni, Umiliani, Sciascia, Tommasi and Sorgini have become more accessible to the uninitiated, while prices of the original presses of their records keep surging.Among the multitude …
CD | €15.50
B82 Ballabili Anni 70 Underground
**CD version** Due to an overwhelming number of reissues and to the steady and meticulous work of collectors and passionate music lovers who have been spreading the word about it, the realm of Italian library music has moved from being some kind of hidden cult to becoming a well defined niche. Authors such as Alessandroni, Umiliani, Sciascia, Tommasi and Sorgini have become more accessible to the uninitiated, while prices of the original presses of their records keep surging.Among the multitude …
CD | €15.50
Dramatest 1974 (LP + CD)
Absolute music composed for keys which sound is processed in order to obtain particular effects, timbre and soundscape. There would not be other words needed to describe “Dramatest”, a release of experimental library music published in 1974 by Fonovideo and signed by Oscar Rocchi (and his moniker Chiarosi) and Fabio Fabor. Rocchi, an excellent pianist and composer, had worked with heavy weights of Italian jazz such as Dino Piana e Oscar Valdambrini (on their amazing album Afrodite) while develop…
LP + CD | €20.90
Mr. Diabolicus - Mr. Mysterious (LP + CD)
Given his fascination with obscure and esoteric topics, an interest that lasted throughout his whole career as a composer of library music, Fabio Fabor must have been diabolic and mysterious for real. The Milan-born composer, who passed away in 2011, had always showcased a darker side compared to other fellow musicians of his era. A side that is well portrayed in works like the famous masterpiece “Pape Satan”, or “Satanas”, which is included in the very accessible “B 81” (Serie Usignolo) or in t…
LP + CD | €20.90
B82 Ballabili Anni 70 Underground (LP + CD)
Due to an overwhelming number of reissues and to the steady and meticulous work of collectors and passionate music lovers who have been spreading the word about it, the realm of Italian library music has moved from being some kind of hidden cult to becoming a well defined niche. Authors such as Alessandroni, Umiliani, Sciascia, Tommasi and Sorgini have become more accessible to the uninitiated, while prices of the original presses of their records keep surging.Among the multitude of composers th…
LP + CD | €20.90
B81 Ballabili Anni 70 Underground (LP + CD)
Due to an overwhelming number of reissues and to the steady and meticulous work of collectors and passionate music lovers who have been spreading the word about it, the realm of Italian library music has moved from being some kind of hidden cult to becoming a well defined niche. Authors such as Alessandroni, Umiliani, Sciascia, Tommasi and Sorgini have become more accessible to the uninitiated, while prices of the original presses of their records keep surging.Among the multitude of composers th…
LP + CD | €20.90
Infini
Prepared pianos collide with subterranean VCS3 synthesis and mournful ornate strings, spectral choral arrangements ride menacing drones and eldritch bass rumbles in a phantasmic cinematic skin. Recorded between 1970 and 1971(and issued on the esteemed French 'Musique Pour L'Image' Library label in 1972), these sublime and concise symphonies of apocalyptic pulp dread receive their first ever commercial release here and are presented with 4 incredibly rare extra tracks from the original sessions. …
LP | €24.90
Aquarium
Small restock available, sold out at source. Limited edition of 500. First reissue. Welcome to the peak of underwater Italian library music. This is Fabio "Fabor" Borgazzi's Aquarium (1980), a totally amazing underwater modal jazz and lounge album with loads of vintage electronic keyboards, marine echoes, whirling organs, weird underwater synthesizers, jazzy drumming, and so on... This record is clearly a Holy Grail, with a bunch of lascivious tracks that simply let the listener's enjoyment …
LP | €25.90
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