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The Velvet Underground & Nico

Down For You Is Up

LP Easy Flyte Records ‎– Flight 101

EXCELLENT RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 300,00

Recorded live in Cleveland the 4th of November 1966.
The record is inside the left page of the fold out sleeve. The right page reads “Down for you is up”, tracklist, and “For promotional use – Not for sale”. Back cover has an Easy Flite logo. The sleeve cardboard is strong.

The Ceyleib People

Tanyet

Recorded by VAULT Records, Los Angeles, 1968

Produced by Mike Deasy for Wednesday Child Productions

Recording engineer: Joe Osborn

Cover painting by Ida and Rick Griffin

This is an early and rather interesting project featuring a young Ry Cooder, Larry Knechtel, and Jim Gordon who would become Derek & the Dominos drummer, among others. Long-time Beach Boys collaborator Mike Deasy appears on sitar under the pseudonym Lybuk Hyd (as well as under his own name), and also Mike Melvoin who has appeared on album credits all over the place but covered his pension by arranging all those Partridge Family albums in the seventies.
This is supposed to be a raga album but really that only applies for the most part because of the sitars being played. The guitar tuning doesn’t sound like the modal or open tuning you’d expect in raga music, but rather is decidedly blues-based for the most part. The arrangements also have lots of western characteristics. This is to be expected because we’re talking about Ry Cooder here, but I thought this was worth pointing out.

This short-lived L.A. studio band was the brainchild of successful session musician/producer Mike Deasy (guitar, sitar) and prior Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band member Ry Cooder (slide guitar). They successfully blended Indian and Western instrumentation and music, creating a truly awesome late 60s psychedelic sound. Other members included Mike Deasy’s 6-year old son Michael “Sean” Deasy (drum, vocals), Joe Osborne (bass, engineer), Larry Knechtel (bass, keyboards), Jim Gordon (drums), Ben Benay (sitar), Mike Melvion (keyboards) and Jim Horn (woodwinds). “Lybuk Hyd”, who was also credited on the album, was actually an alias for Mike Deasy himself.

EXCELLENT RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 500,00



New Trolls

Concerto Grosso Per I New Trolls

Cetra ‎– LPX 8, 1971
Vinyl, LP

Very Good Plus RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE
€ 300,00

MODERN ART TRIO

Vedette Records ‎– VPA 8434, 1978

Very Good Plus RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 700,00

Accrediti

  • Design [Cover] – Domizia Gandolfi
  • Double Bass – Bruno Tommaso
  • Drums, Trumpet, Whistle [Songwhistle] – Franco Tonani
  • Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Paolo Ketoff
  • Piano, Electric Piano, Soprano Saxophone – Franco D’Andrea
  • Producer – Alberto Alberti

Note

Recorded at Soundworkshop, Rome on April 17 & 19, 1970.
Originally released in 1970 on Vedette VSM 385454.
License courtesy of Vedette Records – Italy.
A very special thanks goes to Sergio Sciascia at Vedette Records.

Gorilla Biscuits

Start Today

We Bite Records ‎– WB 054

Vinyl, LP, Album, Germany,1989 (with insert)

EXCELLENT RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE 

€ 400,00

Sonic Youth

Goo, 1990

DGC 24297

Vinyl, LP, Album, US

Barcode (Printed): 0 7599-24297-1 9

EXCELLENT RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE 

€ 1.000,00

Gerardo Iacoucci

L’Avventura – N. 1

DENEB DNB 0103

EXCELLENT RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 300,00

Gerardo Iacoucci

I Bambini si divertono

DENEB DNB 0107

EXCELLENT RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 300,00

N.W.A
STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON

Priority Records – Ruthless Records, 1988

SL 57102

Very Good Plus RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 1.500,00

The Maytals Never Grow Old, Presenting The Maytals

Studio One, JBL 113, Jamaica, 1963

Produced by C. S. Dodd – coxSone

Very Good Plus RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 1.500,00

The Original Skatalites Ska Authentic

Studio One, 1967, Jamaica , sol 9006

Very Good Plus RECORD CONDITION AND SLEEVE

€ 1.000,00

SOUNDWALK

N.Y. CHINATOWN

CD, 2003

€ 800,00 NEW (wrapped)

Each SoundWalk is 50 minutes of walking adventure through a neighborhood, guided by a local personality, packed full of interviews and cinematic sound effects. SoundWalks are living documentaries about the city, but instead of experiencing it through the remoteness of your TV, you will savor the city in its reality.

“…If you can’t make the trek to New York City, this is the closest you can come to first-hand experience of the sights, sounds, and personalities of the Lower East Side… Guided by a local personality [Jami Gong], packed full of interviews, insights, recollections, and cinematic sound effects… This walking tour gives you the inside scoop on Chinatown’s opium dens, sweatshops, Buddhist Temples, Chinese Mobsters, and more.” –publisher’s summary

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CD-Audio

LONTANO Homage to Giacinto Scelsi    € 30,00 (Nuovo- New)

With: Sebastien Roux/EddieLadoire, Rafael Toral, Elio Martuscello, David Toop, Skoltz-Kolgen, Scanner, KK NULL, Alvin Curran, Efzeg, Eddie Prevost/John Butcher, Lawerence English, Rhodri Davies/Joe Williamson/Stefano Tedesco, Oliva Block

Second Limited Edition – June 2010
Printed in UK – 300 numbered copies
Cover by Riccardo Arena

This compilation is conceived, curated and produced by Stefano Tedesco

EnomisossaB la merce perfetta 2012
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EnomisossaB – La merce perfetta, CD agosto 2012, EU 18,00 (Nuovo- New)

EnomisossaB: voce                          

Riccardo Parravicini: registrazione, campionamenti 

Maiu: tastiere, registrazione                                                                         

Roberto Leardi: percussioni, metalli          

Fausto Balbo: registrazione, bordone, emissioni otoacustiche         

Alessandro Battistini: basso, bordone

Mixed by Riccardo Parravicini @ Modulo Studio recording in Cuneo 

mrminio: photo outside coverFirst of all, I hate captions.“Oggi a me,  domani a te” ( “Today me, tomorrow you” ) is simply an inscription on  the gates of a cemetery beneath the Barchi Tower.The tower is  the most emblematic sign of the ninth century saracen invasion of the  Alta Val Tanaro, a remote corner of north-western Italy.The place name, Eca Nasagò, is derived from two arabian phoenemes meaning “ferocious” and “battlefield”.It’s in Ormea: a small village on the outskirts of the Piedmontese mountains, it stands above the Ligurian coastline.Ulmosciu, the local dialect, is a weird mix of Piedmontese, Ligurian, Arabian, German and French.There are no similar languages in the area.For example, the train comin’ from the plain in ulmosciu is “sbrivotzu”.Meanwhile the train goin’ down the valley is “scuriatzu”.I’ve used these two rare, unique words, connecting to southern Italian traditions.In fact, at the start of the piece, my pronunciation is Neapolitan.And I’m talkin’ about “A’ livella”, a poem wrote by Totò, one of the greatest actors of the twentieth century.So deeply ancient, early Christian-like, a marvel of our popular literature.It’s about death as a spirit level for everybody; rich and poor.The whole track is a representation of chaos, and of the entropic energy on planet earth.“La merce perfetta” is made of circles and spirals.I’ve taken the  most bitter phrases of Alberto Camerini’s “Droga”, a cut-up that I sing  in the first verses as a vocal poem then as a soul song.And by the way, It’s not about the meaning of the lyrics, but rather the sound of the words.Using the voice in this way serves to introduce the second stanza: overtunes, glossolalia, falsettos, scat, blues, etc.What I’ve sung is assaulting me from the inside.The last part, the third one, is about sound perception. Therefore we have a drone, a low-pitched bass and glitchings.The singing is  free improvisation, a fifteen minute take one. It’s not perfect (who  cares?) but it’s imbued with emotion, so groovy.The only way to finish the number before getting lost in DPOAEs…But at this point you’re as well just to listen.(EnomisossaB)

**SMALL VOICES – picture disc Limited Edition of 150 hand-numbered copies.

Tin Toy ‎– Hello, World! Vinyl, 7″, 33 ⅓ RPM, Picture Disc, Limited Edition, Numbered Italy 2003

EU 40,00 (Nuovo- New)

Tracks

AHello, World!
BPulse
  • Photography By [Inlay Card Photo By] – Massimo Drago
  • Sounds [All Sounds] – Cesare Marilungo

LU – Done With A Space-Biter Vinyl, 7″, 33 ⅓ RPM, Picture Disc, Limited Edition, Numbered Italy 2003

EU 40,00 (Nuovo- New) 

Tracks

A1Done With A Space-Biter
A2Is It Summer?
BCrepuscolo, Crepuscolo, Crepuscolo
  • Music By, Artwork – Gianluca Porcu
  • Photography By [Inlay Card Photo By] – Massimo Drago

It ‎– Displaced Vinyl, 7″, 33 ⅓ RPM, Picture Disc, Limited Edition, Numbered Italy 2003

EU 40,00 (Nuovo- New) 

Tracks

ADisplaced
BMirror
  • Layout – M.H. Graphicks
  • Photography By [Inlay Card Photo By] – Massimo Drago
  • Photography By [Photo Picture Disc] – The Consumer (2)
  • Written-By, Producer [Produced By] – Ivan Fusco

Asaf 288 ‎– Dublay Vinyl, 7″, 33 ⅓ RPM, Picture Disc, Limited Edition, Numbered Italy 2003

EU 40,00 (Nuovo- New) 

tracks

ADublay
BBrain Store
  • Photography By [Inlay Card Photo By] – Massimo drago
  • Recorded By, Producer [Produced By] – Simone Balestrazzi

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FERMIONI ARMONICI

SETTIMANA SCIENTIFICA DEI MUSEI SCOLASTICI

MUSIS

LICEO CLASSICO PILO ALBERTELLI

PAOLO MONTI 37788

FERMIONI  ARMONICI

Arte e Scienza si incontrano in un tunnel armonico

cura di

Piero Pala

dal 15 aprile ore 12:00

fino al 30 maggio 2019

Museo Liceo Pilo Albertelli

Via dell’Esquilino, 31 – Via Manin, 72

Paolo Monti, Flottage, 1995

Paolo Monti, De-localizzazioni, 1998
Paolo Monti 37788, Fronte d’Onda – Invisible Cloak, 2018.
Paolo Monti 37788, Fronte d’Onda – Invisible Cloak b, 2018

In occasione della Settimana Scientifica 2019 organizzata da MUSIS è visitabile al Museo del Liceo Pilo Albertelli di Roma l’installazione immersiva Fermioni Armonici dell’artista Paolo Monti 37788 con la cura di Piero Pala.

L’impianto consiste in un fronte generato da una sorgente video che propaga in un tunnel completamente specchiante la perturbazione d’onda retroproiettata dal suo fondo. I video esposti sono selezionati tra quelli prodotti da Monti in un lustro di ricerca incentrata tra Arte e Scienza, dove l’uso della tecnologia è strettamente interconnesso all’idea che la sostanzia e l’impiego varia da quella più prosaica a quella più avanzata.

In mostra i video realizzati con l’impiego di termocamere a raggi infrarossi, analizzatori autocorrettivi a variazione luminosa, microscopi ottici 3D Epi-coassiali, rilevatori satellitari in collegamento dall’orbita eliosincrona della sua Galleria Orbitante EduSat-Gauss-ASI 37788, sino alle sequenze di frattali dinamici ripresi in analogico dove il succedersi di processi auto-generativi riproducono in sequenza armonica il feedback tra oscillazioni coerenti di onde sonore e luminose.

Le sequenze video si accoppiano sinesteticamente con sorgenti sonore sia espressamente composte come in Fronte d’Onda da Maurizio Martusciello (2004), sia attraverso la scelta per elezione di brani come Music is Not Music di Alvin Curran (2007), o nel caso di Riccardo Giagni che liberamente ha selezionato brani propri e altrui per il video Dune Sand-Pile (2002), con testi tratti dall’opera di Gregory Bateson e voce narrante di Rosalba Conserva.

Il tunnel accoglie al suo interno i visitatori che con addosso un mantello specchiante in mylar vengono ‘avvolti’ dal propagarsi delle immagini sulle superfici riflettenti. Un contesto di interazione dove i partecipanti sono parte attiva e integrante dell’installazione. In questa danza di fotoni ogni esperienza si fa personale e l’opera dona tanti punti di vista quanti sono quelli che vi interagiscono. L’interno del tunnel è ripreso da telecamere a circuito chiuso che registrano le variazioni di luce del sistema attraverso l’interazione dei fotoni con i visitatori.

I lavori di Paolo Monti offrono una continua esplorazione tra Arte e Scienza con l’intento di trasformare gli eventi fisici in opere visualmente tangibili mediante strumenti tecnico-scientifici che combinano biologia, scienze dei materiali, fisica e chimica con l’esperienza artistica e l’osservatore, coinvolto attivamente, diviene soggetto in grado di modificarle. Opere sistemiche che si realizzano attraverso processi generativi e di autogenerazione (autopoiesi) dove l’ampiezza della prospettiva sistemica di Gregory Bateson è di riferimento nella pluralità dei linguaggi impiegati.

I giovedì pomeriggio dal 9 al 30 maggio si terranno nell’Aula Magna quattro incontri di approfondimento sui temi trattati, partendo dal rapporto tra Arte, Scienza, Epistemologia, Etica… Volti principalmente agli studenti, gli incontri sono aperti al pubblico e coinvolgono nella discussione docenti del Liceo insieme a persone che a vario titolo hanno dato un contribuito a questa singolare ricerca.

la mostra è visitabile su appuntamento al 338 8107315 nei seguenti giorni e orari:

Lunedì 10:00 – 13:00

Martedì – mercoledì – giovedì 10:00 – 13:00 e 15:00 – 17:00

Sabato: 10:00 – 13:00 e 15:00 – 19:00

Domenica: chiuso

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