Franco Leprino ‎– Integrati... Disintegrati

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Vinyl Magic ‎– VM022, Vinyl Magic ‎– VM022CD
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Tracklist

1 Lato A 19:15
2 Lato B 21:30

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Credits

  • Classical Guitar [Chitarra Classica], Twelve-String Guitar [Chitarra A 12 Corde], Electric Guitar [Chitarra Elettrica Fender], Synthesizer [V.C.S.3SyntiA, Moog Satellite], Vibraphone, Jew's Harp [Scacciapensieri In Mib E In Lab], Bells [Campanellini], Cymbal [Piatti], Voice [Microfono, Mastichio], Effects [Echo Elettronico Binson Con Testine Vecchio], Other [Pazienza]Franco Leprino
  • Electric Organ [Organo Thomas E Hammond], Synthesizer [Moog Satellite, Eminent]Franco Lazzaro
  • Flute [Flauto]Alfio Squaiella
  • Music By [Musiche Di]Franco Leprino
  • OboeTosi (3)
  • Piano [Pianoforte]Arnaldo Ciato
  • Producer [Produzione]Aldo Pagani
  • Technician [Tecnico Del Suono]Tonio Paolillo*

Notes

Studio di registrazione [Recording Studio]: Mondial Sound
Registrazioni effettuate di maggio e giugno 1977 [Recordings made in May and June 1977]

Made in Italy by PhonoComp
1990

Error on disc label: catalogue number COLP 12009 printed on label is supposed to be the original LP release catalogue number, but is in fact the catalogue number of O Terço* - Criaturas Da Noite released on Vinyl Magic VM023.

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  • Matrix / Runout: VM 022 PHC
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

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ultimathulerecords

ultimathulerecords

December 2, 2016
from my Italian Progressive Rock reissue explosion Part 2 feature in Audion 23 (Nov.1992)
The most surprising is one by Franco Leprino, INTEGRATI... DISINTEGRATI isn't really a progressive rock album, but I suppose more an experimental synth and guitar album sitting betwixt the avant-garde and ambient musics. Latterly the likes of Riccardo Sinigaglia, Musci & Venosta, Arturo Stalteri, further developed this uniquely Italian blend of musics, and Leprino's music is just as fascinating. His concoction of multi-guitars (mostly acoustic), gentle synths, Satiesque piano, use of sound effects, electronic treatments, etc., adds up to a continually fascinating and surprising album.
ucci

ucci

May 2, 2016
When the 12 string comes in at the start over the Moog you know the era this is from immediately. Like an obscure punk pirate tape from 1971 this is as much a document of the inventiveness in Italy from 1977. Makes me want to go to Italy and see if you can look beyond all the crass beach parties and house clubs to see what this forebearer was on.