Release Date:07/28/2017;Notes:Dagored present the first vinyl reissue of Sandro Brugnolini's Gli Arcangeli, originally released in 1964. Italian comp...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:07/28/2017;Notes:Dagored present the first vinyl reissue of Sandro Brugnolini's Gli Arcangeli, originally released in 1964. Italian composer and alto sax player Alessandro Brugnolini - composer behind 1970's Overground (CNPL 801LP) and L'Uomo Dagli Occhiali A Specchio (1975) - launched his career playing in the super jazz band inspired by Miles Davis, The Modern Jazz Gang. Later, he became very prolific as a composer and performer under his own name, as well as under pseudonyms (such as Narassa). One of the first pure jazz soundtracks for film belongs to him: it was 1963 and the movie was Enzo Battaglia's Gli Arcangeli. Featuring the legendary American singer Helen Merrill, here it is, one of the all-time rarest Italian jazz LPs. Includes two bonus tracks. Color vinyl Edition of 500.
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