Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Egisto Macchi - Sei Composizioni (Gemelli - GG.ST 10.036) (1975 - 320kbps)

Egisto Macchi - Egisto Macchi - Sei Composizioni (Gemelli - GG.ST 10.036) (1975)

5 comments:

Strange Ranger said...

From your description, I can already tell I'm going to dig this. Anything dark and Italian will promptly be downloaded by me.

Zer0_II said...

@Strange Ranger: I hope you do my friend. Please let me know what you thought of it when you get a chance. I would recommend listening to anything by Macchi. He is one of the best dark library composers period. I'll post something else by him within the next couple of days.

Strange Ranger said...

@Zer0_II: I had the chance to listen to it all the way through twice now and you are right, "Kleines Dachauer Requiem" is totally amazing and freaky. The rest of the tracks are really good, but that one is phenomenal.

Anonymous said...

Deeeeeelicious....

Zer0_II said...

@Strange Ranger: I'm glad you enjoyed this my friend. I know the majority of people who collect library music do so for the beats and breaks present on many of the funkier releases. While I enjoy those types of library music LPs also, however, I'm sure you are already aware that I happen to be drawn to the darker side of things. Unfortunately it would be several years from the time I initially discovered library music before I discovered the darker and more experimental library music LPs.

I hope that these more dark and twisted library records will have served as a worth introduction to the genre for a few visitors here. I plan to share a few more albums in this vein before posting what I consider to be some of the greatest fun and upbeat library music LPs in my opinion.

I've been putting together several compilations of library music, each revolving around a different them. I tend to be a perfectionist when it comes to such projects, so there is no telling when I will finally get around to completing them and sharing them here. One of the compilations I'm working on collects some of the more far out library tracks. Needless to say "Kleines Dachauer Requiem" easily made the cut. I'm glad that you enjoyed it as much as I did.

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