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Alessandro Alessandroni
Spontaneous

Four Flies re-issues one of the holy grails of the library music scene, after five years of careful research and exhumation. Spontaneous, recorded in the mid-Seventies by Italian composer Alessandro Alessandroni, returns to vinyl, with its mixture of soft rock, jazz and downtempo breaks ageing remarkably well in the subsequent four decades. 

Alessandro Alessandroni
Prisma Sonoro

The late Italian composer, multi-instrumentalist and whistler Alessandro Alessandroni is best-known for his work with childhood pal Ennio Morricone. However, Alessandroni was also a prodigious artist in his own right, coming up with dozens of film and library albums during his lifetime. 1974’s micro-press LP Prisma Sonoro is one of the finest examples of Alessandroni’s oeuvre, a record of woozily beautiful cinema-jazz that is not dissimilar to Henry Mancini’s finest work. Now Prisma Sonoro has been remastered and reissued through The Roundtable.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Background Disco

The Four Flies label have reissued many a library music gem over the years, usually in either highlights collections or full album re-presses. But for these two Background Disco tracks by Alessandro Alessandroni, they decided they would benefit from being presented in a proper disco dance context: a DJ-friendly 12”, with both vocal and instrumental takes on each cut. Fun business.

Alessandro Alessandroni
Sangue di Sbirro

Italian library music hero Alessandro Alessandroni was also active as a soundtrack composer for obscure movies: here is one he put together for Sangue di Sbirro, a funky noir with an air of blaxploitation. Alessandroni makes full use of the context, with plenty of soul funk and disco worked into the compositions. Never previously released on vinyl!
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Lost & Found

Alessandro Alessandroni’s music never disappoints, so thank god for the various crate-diggers out there who are retrieving shiny gems from among his countless array of soundtrack, library music and session work. Lost And Found features fifteen cuts from the mid-seventies, and boy is there plenty of sweet sweet funky music on here.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Afro Discoteca

Well known for his spaghetti western soundtracks and scores to films such as Killer Nun, Italian composer Alessandro Alessandroni’s back catalogue is more like a literal vault, and in rifling through it the guys at Four Flies came across a tape that simply stated Afro Discoteca. Never before released material, experimenting with afro rhythms and disco flare it sounds like it was recorded yesterday.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Fischio Amore Mio

The wickedest whistler in the western game: Alessandro Alessandroni is notable for his collaborations with childhood friend Ennio Morricone, composing the soundtracks for a multitude of classic spaghetti western movies including A Fistful Of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More. Though the ultra-famous dooweeoohweeooh (waah waah waah) whistle from The Good The Bad and The Ugly wasn’t blown from Alessandroni’s lips, he did play the twangy guitar line! Here, fifteen beautiful, whistle heavy tracks are reissued on Dagored, spread over a white 12” LP and limited to only 300 copies.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Barocco & Romantico

Yet another rare treat from the archives of Alessandro Alessandroni, one of those undercover Italian masterminds. Barocco & Romantico is full of lush and atmospheric sound suites, most of them inspired by fine old melodies of antiquity (hence the (rather striking) cover art). Reissued, for the first time ever, on vinyl, by Dagored.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Braen & Raskovich
Drammatico

Composers and multi instrumentalists Alessandro Alessandroni and Giuliano Sorgini composed Drammatico under the guise of Braen & Raskovich. Terrifying, and dramatic library music that was way ahead of its time, utilising distortion and synthesizers to hellish effect. Remastered from the original tapes, put on vinyl for the first time since the 70s, limited.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Il Tempo Dello Spirito

The multi-instrumentalist and composer Alessandro Alessandroni was nothing if not diverse. Soundtracking Italian films such as spaghetti western El Puro, poliziottesco Sangue Di Sbirro, and Killer Nun. his independent compositions were just as diverse, Il Tempo Dello Spirito is an example of him mastering any form with choral and religious music, brooding and romanticised vocal works.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Caratteristici Vari

Another monster reissue from the guys at Sonor Music Editions in the form of Alessandro Alessandroni’s 1979 Caratteristici Vari. Also features many out-takes from Inchiesta which was recorded two years earlier. 20 tracks of jazz-funk, bossa and groove. Gets you head moving; No wonder he’s been sampled by people like Rick Ross and Cut Chemist.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
I Cantori Moderni


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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Panoramic Feelings + Le Film Trouvè - A Panoramic Experience

More tunnelings into the mysterious, super-rare world of Italian library music. Panoramic Feelings is an LP first issued (but only scarcely) in 1971 by Alessandro Alessandroni. Slinky and loungey with plenty of odd touches. Accompanied by Le Film Trouvé, a DVD of vintage amateur films. Beautiful packaging, from Dagored.
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  • Alessandro Alessandroni

Alessandro Alessandroni
Killer Nun

On translucent red vinyl with lobby card and obi strip. Death Waltz present another first on vinyl with Alessandro Alessandroni’s bizarre (fitting I guess, considering the theme of the film) score to Giulio Berruti's video nasty Killer Nun. Phased and layered guitars, dissonant electronics and even the odd chilled and wistful downtempo track….?! Features 3 unreleased tracks.
  • Artist(s):
  • Alessandro Alessandroni