Here's the first ever vinyl reissue of the legendary killer psych funk album 'Under Pompelmo' (1973). The creator of this work, Giuliano Sorgini, is an Italian composer and musician who initially created music for TV and in the '70s switched to cinema. 'Under Pompelmo' is a genuine cult LP on which he mixed beat, prog, funk and psychedelia. The wonderful cover art has been faithfully reproduced from the original, but now on extra heavy cardboard. This is a limited edition of 300 copies.
""Under Pompelmo" is one of the most sought after Italian rare groove delights in the world. This record sells for huge amounts of money on the internet ($700 if you are lucky) and it is easy to understand why when you hear it. The opening track may be an imposing 16 minutes long but you'll still be begging for more! "London Transport" has a U.K style go go groove teamed with some quintessential Italian guitar fuzz and tempo changes. "Echoes from Canyon" is along the same lines but with the inclusion of wordless female vocals and "Wandering Man" starts off with a wicked drum break that forms the base for an equally mind blowing keyboard solo. The melancholic, soundtrack-worthy "When I See You" finishes the set with style.
It is the combination of outstanding musicianship, exceptional composing and top class production that places this album at the top of the list for discerning music lovers across the globe. Here is your chance to find out what the fuss is all about. This record is sometimes seen under the name "London Transport" with a different cover (see below)."