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The Yellow Rolls-Royce

I like the 60’s musical-hollywood-sugary-pop soundtracks. The blend of some jazz, naive songs about nothing, random electric guitar lick, some trumpets, you know how it is. Riz Ortiliani’s “The Yello Rolls-Royce” soundtrack is exactly that, with some lush strings arrangments, … Continue reading

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Al Caiola – Sounds for Spies and Private Eyes

Just look at this album cover and tell me it won’t make you go and press play immediately. Al Caiola was a guitar player, he recorded countless of studio hours for others and released several of great albums, in the … Continue reading

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Popol Vuh – Cobra Verde

                        I’m  flying above the French country side, from Geneva to Nantes and listening to the beautiful Popol Vuh album Cobre Verde. Like many of their recordings, this album … Continue reading

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