Few copies back in stock. Edition of 500 copies. Sequel to the mythical RCA LP “The Feed-back”, the legendary insane amalgam of avant-improvisation and motorik Krautrock-influenced beats that understandably has become one of the most collectable ‘Library Music’ related LPs ever issued. In 1971 ‘Il Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza’ returned to the studio to record a sequel. This is that record. For reasons unknown Niente was never originally issued but one listen will convince that not only is it the sequel to one of the most sought after LPs of all time, but it is also by far its superior. Brain melting jams collide with unhinged intensity in a hothouse of Italian avant-improv. You have been warned. Founded in Rome in 1964, ‘Il Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza’ was a collective of noted and noteworthy composers who challenged the very structure and performance of music itself. Today the most renowned of its members would be film scoring genius Ennio Morricone (indeed “Il Gruppo…” performed on many celebrated Morricone scores of the 1960s and 1970s) but each contributor has an intriguing history in Italian music. The collective improvised live (according to strict exercises) and in the studio (recording for RCA, Deutsche Grammaphon, GDM and others).
Nuova Consonanza at the top, in the classic freeform outfit mixed with dry drum breaks with screaching trumpets and guitars. For reasons unknown “Niente” was never originally issued but one listen will convince that not only is it the sequel to one of the most sought after LPs of all time, but it is also by far its superior.
*first ever LP issue of this originally unreleased masterpiece.
*band members: Battisti D'Amario, Egisto Macchi, Ennio Morricone, Franco Evangelisti, Mario Bertoncini, Walter Branchi and Vincenzo Restuccia.
*official release remastered from the original mastertapes.
*sequel to “The Feed-back”, a super-collectable LP known to change hands for upwards of $1500 a copy!
*deluxe LP issue with scholarly liner notes.
Recorded in Rome at Fono Roma Studios, October 1971. Limited to 500 copies