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|1.||"Stressing Heart" (3:08)|
|2.||"Relax In My Hole" (3:04)|
|3.||"Soul's Fire" (3:00)|
|4.||"Red Pathostromo" (2:27)|
|5.||"Steel Lung" (3:00)|
|1.||"Moon Ice" (3:01)|
|2.||"Green Tipe" (2:18)|
|3.||"Black Feeling" (2:27)|
|4.||"Eco's Drops" (2:28)|
|5.||"Hands Up" (2:00)|
|6.||"White Dance" (2:05)|
The latest reissue from the reliable Sonor Music Editions camp comes from Italian jazz guitarist Angelo Baroncini and fellow axe-slinger Bruno Battisto D'Amario, a musician better known for his contributions to Ennio Morricone's Spaghetti Western soundtracks. Music For Movement was initially recorded for an Italian music library in 1969, and saw the duo deliver a string of wonderfully psychedelic instrumental workouts. There are fuzzy, distortion-laden heavy rock smashers, surf-rock inspired curiosities and, most bizarrely of all, tracks that sound like Ennio Morricone after copious amounts of high-strength lysergic acid. It's utterly bonkers, but also really rather good. Sonor Music Editions only pressed up 500 copies, so cop one while you still can.
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