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This incredible record has almost everything, and explains why it's so highly regarded and sought-after. Legendary album among Italian Library junkies and euro groove hunters by the great maestro and orchestra conductor Puccio Roelens, responsible of some of the Funkiest productions made in Italy. Music swings from Jazz to Funk and Psichedelia, with loads of terrific beats, laden grooves and top breakbeats simply to die for. Breathtaking classy Psychedelic Jazz arrangements, Lounge Funk tunes and also Bossa themes played by some of the finest Italian session men of the period all spiced with terrific drums groove. Amleto Armando Roelens had a musical career almost entirely devoted to jazz; he was one of the first in Italy to play jazz music with his orchestra at the end of World War II, a genre that at the time was regarded as a vulgar import from the States. After some collaborations with RAI, the Italian national public broadcasting company, the fortunate encounter with the composer Armando Sciascia led him to write arrangements for many albums released by Vedette Records (Sciascia's own label) and, in the mid-seventies, to compose some of the rarest and most revered library music ever released. His discography includes the cult LP Feelings, a release signed as Jay Richford and Gary Stevan, these names concealing the collaboration between Stefano Torossi, Sandro Brugnolini and Giancarlo Gazzani. One of the most desired items of the genre is finally available for the Record Store Day 2017.