Telaio Magnetico ‎– Live '75

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Musicando (2) ‎– MUS 012
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Tracklist

Reggio Calabria
1 Parte I 7:24
2 Parte II 6:07
3 Parte III 13:35
Gela
4 Parte IV 9:05
5 Parte V 5:26

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"Documenti Sonori Settanta"

Live in Reggio Calabria and Gela November / December 1975.

Edition of 500 copies.

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  • Barcode (Text): 8 017754 001131
  • Barcode (String): 8017754001131

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Signum 1 H 84992807 Telaio Magnetico Live '75(LP, Ltd) Musicando (2), Opus Avantra Studio Signum 1 H 84992807 Italy 1995 Sell This Version
BS034 Telaio Magnetico Live '75(LP, RE) Black Sweat Records BS034 Italy 2017 Sell This Version

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ultimathulerecords

October 10, 2016
TELAIO MAGNETICO
LIVE 1975

(Musicando MUS 012) CD 42m
A previously lost super-session project, Telaio Magnetico is delight for fans of this unique Italian genre. Featured here are: Franco Battiato (on synth and organ) with Juri Camisasca (here as an avant-garde vocalist, unlike on his own album), Albergo Intergalattico Spaziale members: Mino Di Martino and Terra Di Benedetto (she of the Italian space-whisper), and the former Aktuala musicians: Roberto Mazza and Lino "Capra" Vaccina.
Definitely improvised and intuitive, like a much more radical free-form avant-garde Aktuala, with flashes of Battiato circa M.ELLE LE GLADIATOR, this is fascinating stuff, drawing on all sorts of genres. It's a hybrid really, of all the other musics reviewed on this page, being an explorative music of flowing, shimmering, soundscaping, drawing on classical, folk and ethnic musics, but with that Italian rock aesthetic. With no real focus, and basically just two tracks, this is a phenomenal document of what must have been an extraordinary concert. The only drawback, is the raw edge to the recording, which rips on the ears a little. Essential nonetheless.
my review from Audion #36, page 12 - Autumn 1996.