Le Orme ‎– Felona E Sorona

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Vinyl Magic ‎– VM LP 175, BTF.it ‎– VMLP175
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Green Transparent, 180 Gram
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This is the transparent green vinyl release. See Felona E Sorona for black vinyl release.

Gatefold cover replica with Philips logo and 623 023 A catalog number.
Vinyl Magic does not appears as label on release, although "VM" appears on SIAE sticker.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
  • Barcode: 8016158017540
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 13288 1A VMLP 175
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 13288 1B VMLP 175

Other Versions (5 of 30) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
6323 023 A Le Orme Felona E Sorona(LP, Album, Lam) Philips 6323 023 A Italy 1973 Sell This Version
842 507-2 Le Orme Felona E Sorona(CD, Album, RE, RP) Philips 842 507-2 Italy Unknown Sell This Version
6323 023 A Le Orme Felona E Sorona(LP, Album, Mat) Philips 6323 023 A Italy Unknown Sell This Version
842 507-2 Le Orme Felona E Sorona(CD, Album) Philips 842 507-2 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
ERLCD 0005 Le Orme Felona E Sorona(CDr, Album, Unofficial) ООО "Канкард" ERLCD 0005 Russia 2001 Sell This Version

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serg.atzeni

serg.atzeni

May 8, 2018
I have Felona e Sorona VM LP 175, BTF.it ‎– VMLP175 NOT transparent green 180 gram; my vinyl is just black!
sichlaubruun

sichlaubruun

April 16, 2018
All information fits my gatefold lp, except the vinyl is black.
chromodioxid

chromodioxid

January 25, 2016
edited over 3 years ago
Third LP in three years and substantially third center in a row, this was “Felona and Sorona”, the definitive consecration record for Le Orme, who became dominators of the Italian progressive rock scene, a status that still resists the inexorable passing of the years.

The long opener “Sospesi nell’incredibile” shows how rules have definitely been broken: “Felona and Sorona” can therefore be seen as a statement of freedom and artistic independence, waved in front of an even wider audience. In 1973 in fact the so-called ‘new avant-garde pop’ was so popular as to influence the famous artists (such as De André with “E tutti morimmo a stento” or Battisti with “Amore e non amore”) and many musicians were not afraid to break barriers, album after album.

“Felona and Sorona” is, in short, a masterpiece, of those who are made only once in a lifetime, impossible to replicate and therefore even more unique and special.

The album was released in two versions, one sung in Italian and the other in English on lyrics written by Peter Hammill from Van Der Graaf Generator. This is the Italian edition, a faithful replica of the original edition on transparent green vinyl.