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Rio PadiceTropical Interlune

Label:Early Sounds Recordings – EAS003, Early Sounds Recordings – EAS 003
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Italy
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, Downtempo, Future Jazz

Tracklist

A1Insenature
Written-ByMassimo Di Lena
5:50
A2Inquieto4:36
A3La Palma4:51
A4Gravitazionale3:51
B1Marea5:07
B2Paranoidale
Written-ByJoseph R. Cardone
5:04
B3Nightfall4:28
B4Quinto Anello4:04
B5Desert Horizons2:53
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Notes

Illustration: Eugenio Carmi, Ossimoro Tondo 1978
Painting reproduced under permission of the author

Dedicated to Pamela and Eva

Track durations not mentioned on cover or labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): EAS003A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): EAS003B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 96389 1A EAS 003
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 96389 1B EAS 003

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Tropical Interlune (LP, Album, Test Pressing, White Label)Early Sounds RecordingsEAS003Italy2013

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  • house.reunion's avatar
    "The album is full of highlights and as I mentioned, the entire compliment of songs work incredibly well together. Tropical is most certainly the operative word as almost every song is heavily bestowed with Latin percussion and complimented in the main by motion filled bass lines which are primed for feeling good and get people on their feet. However, this is not just about the dance floor, in much the same way as the music of Motor City Drum Ensemble, this album is about soul; its about freedom of movement and about feeling uninhibited no matter where you are or what you maybe doing. “Marea”, “Inquieto” and “La Palma” perfectly display these attributes. Each possesses the power to transport the listener to anywhere they may like to be. “Paranoidale” is a bit more of a fist pumper, but it still sits suitably within the overall composition of the album, utilising the same percussive elements that make the three aforementioned offerings so engrossing. “Insenature” acts as a perfect opening chapter; it doesn’t give the game away entirely but lets us know enough to keep us wanting more. Melodious and dreamy, it’s most comparable to “Gravitazionale”, although the latter is heavier handed with the tropical seasoning. Each song has its own merits but the real reward is to listen to them together and immerse yourself in Padice’s sonic pleasantry."

    Anthony Mooney - The Ransom Note

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