* in stock * Original released in 1973 on RCA, this obscure library music was produced by Maestro Gianfranco Reverberi using the pseudonym of Ninety as previously done before for other records like Psycheground Group Library on Lupus and the 2 Underground Set. The style is different from the LP's mentioned and 'closest to the style of murky erotic cult soundtracks created for Renato Polselli (Delirio Caldo, Riti Magie e segrete orge nel Trecento, ecc) as “Fire Shadows in the sunset" with congas, groovy piano, spacey synthesizers and vocals. It contains many other amazing tracks like "I've Got An Idea" including insane fat drums, hipnotic bass, trippy piano and beautiful phased flutes, or the jazz groove "Closed In a Drugstore”, the uptempo funk "You're So Vain” (Carly Simon), the hip hop drum on the cover versions of “Daniel” (Elton John, Bernie Taupin), “Sylvia’s Mother” (Shel Silverstein) and “Vincent” (Don McLean), the slow psychedelic cinematic lounge of “Quel che non saprei dirti mai a parole”.
Limited edition of 500 copies with Cinedelic glossy cover with title on cover in relief.
Includes digital download code.