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Friday, January 14, 2011

Ennio Morricone - Controfase (Gemelli - GG.ST. 10.019) (1972 - 320kbps)

Ennio Morricone - Controfase (Gemelli - GG.ST. 10.019) (1972 - 320kbps)


Anonymous said...

thanks for this. great stuff!

Head Chef said...

Thank you. Sounds great!

Pete B said...

Thank you so much for uploading all this stuff. I've downloaded a few and tried to thank you earlier but this is the first time my Google account has let me complete a comment. All the best.

Anonymous said...

Greetings Paul. I was wondering if you could provide me with some detailed info on the "Ennio Morricone - Controfase" album. I searched on google, but couldn't find much relevant information. Any info you could find concerning this album, and the label it was released on would be most appreciated. If you could, please leave a comment on my blog, as I have a tendacy to forget to check back on the posts I have commented on. Thank you for this killer album and take care.

21 décembre 2009 01:12

Zer0_II said...

@Anonymous: Apparently I picked this up from one of Paul Durango's old blogs. I suppose you are wanting to remind me of that fact for some reason since you went through the trouble of finding a 2 year old comment, and then copying and pasting it here in the comment section of this post. I can think of a couple of reasons, but I wonder why you are going about trying to deliver your point in such a roundabout way. I assume that you are either trying to imply that I "stole" this, need to give credit to Paul, or feel as if I shouldn't have posted it at all because someone else already posted it.

I have never made it a secret that many of the albums I share here have been posted elsewhere first. I have linked to other blogs often in my posts, so I obviously don't have a problem with giving credit when it is due, as long as I'm aware of where the album came from to begin with. I don't know Paul that well, I link to Paul via my blogroll/aggregator site, and he links back to Digital Meltd0wn. It wouldn't surprise me if half of my library music albums cover from Paul Durango. His blog serves as an archive of library music, and dozens of people contibute the albums which are posted there. He specializes in library music, while I only share my favorite albums. However, my aim isn't to be the first to post an album. I simply want to share what I consider to be the top tier of the library music albums in my collection, as well as select styles, such as my recent collection of dark library music. I also try to write descriptive reviews which many music bloggers fail to provide.