Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Nino Nardini-Musique Pour Le Futur,LP/CD-R,1970,France


Nino Nardini (aka peter bonello or georges teperino, depending on whom you ask...)recorded "Musique Pour Le Futur" for the Crea Sound library imprint in 1970.
This record is not at all like this composer's better known funky exotica outings. Instead of sleazing it up, Nino is bleeping away in the Forbidden Planet / egghead labcoat electronics idiom here. When he gets bored with constructing drippy moog stalactites, he pulls out the synth and starts whacking out some atmospheric 'Hammer Horror on the moon' dirges.Inarguably his most “experimental” recording, rife with the sort of murky, backwards/tape-echo drenched prepared-piano, synth, percussion, and concrθte-sound studies that always jump out of 70s italian horror films right as the protagonist begins to question his/her own sanity...
Amazing stuff!
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3 comments:

Level Headed said...

i cant believe this made it so far with no comments, great album!!

polycy said...

you guys cover so many musical bases. thank you!

Anonymous said...

Can you recommend any other albums with this 50s sci fi feeling? please, and keep up the great work.