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**150 copies, black vinyl** There are still so many treasures to be discovered out there, but once you find a gem like this you can definitely put the research on hold for a little while and give it a deep listen. Recorded by the Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza at Fono Roma in 1971, Eroina is a series of haunting improvisations - each one inspired by the effects of a different drug - made of whirling electronic glitches, skronky horns, pounded piano, funky drums and weird tape experiments delivering the best drone / spaced / drugged out free jazz performed by the legendary ensemble of Ennio Morricone, Mario Bertoncini, Egisto Macchi, Battisti D'Amario, Franco Evangelisti and Walter Bianchi.
An absolute belter from the golden era of the Group, loaded with funky drumming, Free Jazz deviant grooves and atmospherics like no-one else could deliver. A timeless masterpiece.
Cat. number: CMT10024