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Special green vinyl edition, limited to 100 copies only. The artistic achievement of Egisto Macchi was avant-garde not only for his immense talent and brilliance but for the quality that has managed to infuse every language he used, ranging from instrumental and symphonic music, musical theater, to library sounds more varied and articulated. Towering over all his passion and commitment, is the great inner need to break down the sectarian walls of thinking within categories. He had sensed that beauty could be located anywhere and that the biggest task entrusted to an artist was to leave the surface, always. Messico and Violenza came out originally on Ayna label; recorded in 1975 and 1976.
A title like Mexico, which toward the end of the 70s of the twentieth century, had been overused to indulge in exotic and desert themes, mariachi guitars and rancher dances, here is reinterpreted with unusual shades by Egisto Macchi.