Gigi Masin ‎– Talk To The Sea

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Music From Memory ‎– MFM002
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered
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Tracklist

A1 Snake Theory 4:58
A2 The Word Love 8:58
A3 Still 5:06
A4 Fata Morgana 4:42
B1 Redanzen 4:25
B2 Talk To The Sea 7:06
B3 Music For Chameleons 5:50
B4 Little Faith 5:49
C1 First Time Ruth Saw The Sea 3:19
C2 The Nylon Dollar 9:20
C3 The Kasparian Circle 7:44
C4 Nadir 1:51
D1 Stella Maris 6:41
D2 Call Me 4:24
D3 The City Lights 5:47
D4 She Wears Shades 3:18
D5 Almanac 2:30

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Notes

Gigi Masin would like to give special thanks to:
Jamie Tiller, Tako Reyenga & all the crew at Red Light Records, Amsterdam.
Marco Pandin - Divergo Records / Stella Nera.
Alessandro Pizzin - Musica Continua / Hotel Bologna, Mestre.
Luis Filipe Cunha - Atelier Cunha, Lisbon.
Paolo Boarato - Pixel & Bo, Madrid.

Thanks to:
Mirco Salvadori, Alessandro Monti, Massimo Berizzi, Massimo Amato, Marco Carcasi, Max Caner, Andrea De Rocco, Simona Taffurelli, Giuseppe Caprioli, Rockerilla Music Magazine, Laverna Net-Label.

This is for Eugenia, Leonardo, Stefano.

Music From Memory would like to give special thanks to:
Gigi Masin, Alessandro Monti and Guy Mark Hinant from Sub Rosa for allowing us to use the track 'First Time Ruth Saw The Sea'.

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MFM002 Gigi Masin Talk To The Sea(2xLP, Comp, RM) Music From Memory MFM002 Netherlands 2014 Sell This Version
MFM 002 Gigi Masin Talk To The Sea(17xFile, FLAC, Comp) Music From Memory MFM 002 Netherlands 2014
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herb_

February 17, 2019
edited 6 months ago

Wondering if anyone can attest to quality of this remaster. I trust MFM understands the delicacy of this music and would do their best, but I would like to make sure before I invest in a physical copy instead of sticking with the digital version.