Franco Falsini ‎– Cold Nose (Naso Freddo)

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Polydor ‎– 2449 012 A
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A1 Parte 1 10:23
A2 Parte 2 6:55
B Parte 3 20:57

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The cover and labels list Parte 3 as a single track, but it actually is divided into three tracks on the vinyl.

Single sleeve with printed inner sleeve.

Inner sleeve notes:
colonna sonora del film: « Cold Nose » (Naso Freddo)
un film de Filippo Milani
Sound Film Cutting Production
Ian Pugh Francisco Villalonga
Manolo Requena Coramina

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Facciata 1 - stamped): 2449 012 1 1 520 170775
  • Matrix / Runout (Facciata 2 - stamped): 2449 012 2 1 520 1707 75
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP014 Franco Falsini Cold Nose(LP, RM, RE, TP, W/Lbl) Spectrum Spools SP014 Austria 2012 Sell This Version
SP014 Franco Falsini Cold Nose(LP, RM, RE) Spectrum Spools SP014 Austria 2012 Sell This Version

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progfan97402

progfan97402

November 23, 2011
This may as well be a Sensations' Fix album in all but name only. But then unlike a Sensations' Fix album, Franco Falsini receives no outside help, it's all him on guitar, Eminent 310, Mini Moog, and EMS Synthi A. Cold Nose (Naso Freddo) was apparently a film soundtrack, the film itself apparently about cocaine (with a name like Cold Nose, I wouldn't doubt it). Apparently the film was never aired (there's no proof that it ever did). You can tell right away this is the guy from Sensations' Fix, with his brand of spacy guitar and synths. "Parte 1" for example, is a rather mellow piece, a bit inspired by Mike Oldfield (particularly the multiple guitar overlays). "Parte 2" is more aggressive, I particularly dig those synths. The last piece, "Parte 3" might as well be three separate tracks as it goes through different style changes, from more lively synth parts to mellow, ambient guitar and Eminent-dominated parts. The final part includes some vocals, which I really like, which is odd, given I never felt the vocals were the strong point of Sensations' Fix. It's a nice album to have, particularly if you're like Sensations' Fix.