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Reprint of the rare 1972’s library by Maestro Giuliano Sorgini with the pseudonym of Raskovich (and the funny name The Bid-On). Original minimal artwork designed by Giuliano Sorgini drawn with a chalk on a black sheet. Glossy Cinedelic cover.
"Wonderful sound library jazz from the Italian scene of the early 70s – and a record that's got a lot more warmth and color than you'd guess from its cover! The set was created by Giuliano Sorgi, working under his Raskovich name – with a small combo who seem equally well-skilled at a range of styles – including bossa instrumentals, funky jazz, and some very unusual moody moments – all laid out to make for a wonderful tapestry of sounds! There's some great flute on the record, used in that cool chromatic way that Italian players were picking up at the time – and the bossa numbers bring in acoustic guitar to sit nicely alongside the rhythms. Funkier tracks have the flute in a bit more blown-out mode, or some tenor too – and a few other tracks have these great lyrical piano lines that are mighty nice!" Dustygroove