Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Egisto Macchi - Futurissimo (St Germain Des Prés - St GDP 117) (1971 - 256kbps)

Egisto Macchi - Futurissimo (St Germain Des Prés - St GDP 117) (1971)

6 comments:

Strange Ranger said...

Yay! More Macchi! Can't wait to hear it.

Strange Ranger said...

Finally gave this one a listen earlier in the week. It is ridiculously awesome.

I've been really sick since Friday. I wanted to make a post this weekend, but my energy level has been so low, and I have been chronically coughing. I guess it was just a matter of time this winter. I'm going to get sick every winter and there is nothing to be done for it. Having a body sucks sometimes.

Zer0_II said...

@Strange Ranger: I'm sorry to hear that you're sick. I've been feeling so drained lately also, hence my lack of posts. School is really getting the best of me right now. I'll try to get something posted either tonight or tomorrow.

I'm glad you're enjoying the Macchi albums. Unfortunately his albums are very hard to come by. I have one more that I have yet to post - Bioritmi. Let me know if you've had a chance to listen to it yet. I wasn't planning on posting any more dark library music any time soon, but I can make an exception for Macchi.

Strange Ranger said...

I was listening to this on the bus to class this morning. This sorta sick paranoid feeling came over me, like a suicide bomber was going to get on the bus, or something really bad was going to happen. It took me a minute to realize it was the music having that effect on me. I'm far from prescient, so when I get those type of feelings I usually just ignore them.

I think if I could hold this LP in my hands I'd hear the angels singing like in a movie or something. :)

Anonymous said...

what program did you use to ZIP this with, I'm using WinRar and cannot unzip it because of invalid character(s) in the filename and directory (the e' with thing over it most likely) I have had this problem a couple times before with other files and used HEXedit to rename files/directories inside file, then work fine, but this one, cannot rename, cannot open in HEXed (error file does not exist ??) I can open it in WinRar, just can't do anything with it, can't view it, play it, unzip it, rename it, nothing, I'll try d/l it again but don't think that'll help because I don't get unexpected end of archive error so file appears complete

thanks 88

Anonymous said...

wow, persistence pays off (sometimes), tried open ZIP as folder in windows explorer, and files played, so was able to copy/pasted them to another folder, Voila (w/no funny chars), and all's well, that was a new one ...

thanks again, BC

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