**restocked** Egisto Macchi (1928-1992) has long existed in the shadow of his friend and famous collaborator Ennio Morricone. Founding member of the astounding ‘Il Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza ' Macchi was a busy film (LSD Inferno, Bandidos, The Assassination Of Trotsky) and TV (E.S.P, many commercials with Mario Bava) composer in late 1960s and 1970s Italy and France. Macchi also cut a number of highly desirable library LPs for the Gemelli, Sermi and other Italian labels in the 1970s. ‘I Futuribili’ is one of the greatest and most sought after of those LPs, a stunning and powerful hybrid of haunting orchestral arrangements, jarring avant tones and dense electronic atmospheres (the later played by composer and ‘Il Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza’ bandmate Walter Branchi).
Presented as an exact replica of the incredibly rare 1972 Gemelli LP, remastered from the original master tapes and complete with scholarly liner notes as an insert.
Some consider Egisto Macchi to be an undiscovered genius…and here is the evidence.
*exact replica LP of the mega rare original 1972 LP.
*first ever official reissue.
*remastered from the original master tapes 2011.
*rarely heard haunting masterpiece of orchestral/avant/electronic soundscapes.
Originally Recorded 1970. Limited to 500 copies. from the original Gemelli Records release ‘I Futuribili’ (GG-ST A 10-0010) 1972