Giusto Pio ‎– Motore Immobile

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1 Motore Immobile
Organ – Danilo Lorenzini, Michele FedrigottiViolin – Giusto PioVoice – Martin Kleist
16:58
2 Ananta
Organ – Danilo LorenziniPiano – Michele Fedrigotti
13:57

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Limited Edition Reissue of 1979's LP Giusto Pio - Motore Immobile
400 copies in black vinyl.
100 copies in transparent vinyl (this listing)
Original liner notes. Photographic inner sleeve.

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  • Barcode: 8055323520607

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
5207 304 Giusto Pio Motore Immobile(LP) Cramps Records 5207 304 Italy 1979 Sell This Version
SV 01 Giusto Pio Motore Immobile(LP, Ltd, RE) Soave SV 01 Italy 2017 Sell This Version
0154552CRA Giusto Pio Motore Immobile(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Cramps Records, Edel 0154552CRA Italy 2004 Sell This Version
CRSCD 039 Giusto Pio Motore Immobile(CD, Album, RE) Cramps Records CRSCD 039 Italy 1996 Sell This Version

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dalakouras

dalakouras

May 18, 2017
edited 4 months ago

'It’s hard to put a finger one just what distinguishes Italian minimalism from its American counterparts, but to my ears, it ultimately boils down to lineage. While Americans trace back to the rugged and mischievous works of La Monte Young and Tony Conrad, the Italians go back to the compositions of Giacinto Scelsi, whose microtonal sound edges toward the mystic. As a result, Italian minimalism tends to be more crystalline and ascetic (read: pure) than what can be found elsewhere. It’s telling that Pio grounds both of these extended compositions not in his violin work, but in the tones of the church organ. It’s a sound that still resonates during services throughout the duomos of Italy, and one on Pio’s Motore Immobile that too evokes a sense of the divine'. (Pitchfork review)