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Friday, December 25, 2009

Sven Libaek-Inner Space


It is pretty safe to say that Australian composer Sven Libaek has a unique sound of his own. This album (in my opinion) is some of his best work. With William Shatner doing the narration, and the sounds of Sven's orchestra playing away, it is easy to paint a mental image of the intended theme. Solar Flares on Peer Library is another great example of Sven in his prime, and without a doubt one of the most sought after soundtracks out there. Enjoy....

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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Kamen Rider - BGM Ost


Now what we have here is what some consider a Holy Grail Japan funk soundtrack. Horns, stabs, strings, breaks, you name it...it's here! This album is by Shunsuke Kikuchi, whom I know nothing at all about. Very RARE stuff right here, enjoy.....

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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Romolo Grano - Musica Elettronica 1973


This album must have been made by aliens. It is without a doubt one of the craziest, most extreme psyched out electronic library albums I own. On the back of the cover and the record label itself it says "electronically tested in a sound laboratory" & "a new dimension in sound". From the distant universe style sleeve to the far echoed drones and blips, you must admit Romolo Grano is one weird dude. Enjoy...


Sven Torstenson - Drugs


One crazy library record on Sonoton right here. This album pretty much is what it is. With track titles such as "Heroin, Horror Trip, The Morning After, & Dealers Corner", I'm sure you can imagine where it might take you. Unusual synth arrangements from all over the place with a HUGE 80's B movie personality. Although this was recorded in the 70's, trying to interpret it's sound is proving to be a bit tough. Just grab it....


Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Stefano Torossi - Feelings


Need I even explain what we have here? Some would consider this the most massive holy grail library record in existence. Deep flutes, horn stabs, drums, and string arrangements that you could compare to Nino Nardini/Roger Roger's Stringtronics. I'm not much for sizing it up, but will admit I don't even like taking it out of the sleeve it's so rare. What we have here is Jay Richford & Gary Steven's (aka Stefano Torossi) "Feelings" LP 1974. There are a few pressings going around of this record, so if you are a purist and want it on Conroy Library or Carosello, be ready to shed out between $500 to $1000. Or just hit my link up and get it for free. An amazing piece of work that I hope you will enjoy....Peace.

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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Walt Rockman - Under Water Vol. 1


Walt Rockman's Under Water Vol. 1 is a staple in the genre of library music. Expect lots of earthy, scary, weird droning sounds with deep synth madness! Great album, and of course, RARE!!! Enjoy...