Luigi Nono ‎– Non Consumiamo Marx - Musica Manifesto N. 1 Di Luigi Nono

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I Dischi Del Sole ‎– DS 182/84/CL, I Dischi Del Sole ‎– DS 182/84/CP
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A Un Volto, Del Mare
Text By – Cesare PaveseVoice – Kadigia Bove*, Liliana Poli
16:46
B Non Consumiamo Marx
Voice – Edmonda Aldini
17:36

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Both tracks for voice and magnetic tape.

Text for track A from the Cesare Pavese poem "Il Mattino".

Texts for track B from writings on Paris walls (May 1968), documents on fights against Biennale di Venezia (June 1968) and found voices recorded live during street demonstrations.

Licensed from G. Ricordi e C. S.p.A. - Milano, Italia.

Reissue of Luigi Nono - Non Consumiamo Marx - Musica Manifesto N. 1 Di Luigi Nono - although record sleeve is identical including cat. no. on jacket, this copy has different labels, in that it has:
different label matrixes (runouts remain the same);
the title Non Consumiamo Marx, and "Licensed from G. Ricordi" line are printed in black, not in red;
"Diritti riservati" (printed), and SEDRIM rights society stamp are missing, replaced by S.I.A.E. (printed), and SIAE rubbestamped on A label);
and (p) Bella Ciao Ed. Musicali is printed on labels.

No booklet included.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Label): DS 182/84/CP-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): DS 182/84/CP-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): DS 182/84/CL A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): DS 182/84/CL B
  • Rights Society (printed and rubbestamped on labels): S.I.A.E.

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November 2, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Difficult to date this reissue: original version is from 1969, bearing "Diritti Riservati" and Sedrim stamp attached. Starting from january 1970, italian labels stopped using rights society notices that were either Biem, Sedrim or D.R. (Diritti Riservati) - printed on labels or with small stamps attached on label or back cover - and all began using S.I.A.E. (or SIAE), printed and/or (from 1971) rubberstamped on labels. So as far as I know the date of this reissue might be from 1971 to 1978 (last DS Lps).