Obscure Cam-label realese from Daniele Patucchi, an Italian loungemeister/soundtrack guru.
It sounded like a promising idea, but in the end I don’t know. Anyway, running the webradio costs some heavy money so it may help a tad.
- these are long dead and buried record labels so no copyright should be infringed anyway, but I may be wrong: protected artworks will be quickly removed on request.
For every bought shirt, 4€ are collected and will help covering the costs of the webradio.
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Friends of the good old Italo. For those who couldn’t tune in on the second of July because of the FIFA-Worldcup, the hot wheather or whatever: Here is the file of our “Best of Mister Italo”-mix. Only the very best – in our opinion – of this wonderful genre. Think you know all the tracks.
Another Ciao Records catalogue hidden gem from 1979: a vocal disco stomper of the highest order!
If you search for this on YouTube, take care: you could come across Roy Pisanelli in person dancing on a very trendy – at the time – “multiply effect”. Ah, and notice that the b side *has* the lovely instrumental version…..
The enormous Raffaella in yet another disco masterpiece from 1978 written by Gianni Boncompagni. Watch the video to see how Raffaella has been enormously influential in Italy (and not only)
“Watch out/Don’t make a sound/Danger’s around/Black cat”.
Dirty 1976 accidental disco version from Sweden. In the picture, actress Christina Lindberg in “Thriller – En Grym Film/They Call Her One-Eye”, first banned and then cut for 20 minutes in Sweden in 1974. The best film to come out of there, ever. Christina stars as a one-eyed one woman revenge squad, blowing pimps and other lowlifes away in ultra-graphic slo-mo detail. If you don’t own the dvd you have no business of having eyes.
Black Gorilla – Funky Jungle (1976)
Friendly tip: If the record is priced too high (and it currently is) then either try to find Sweet Promise – Funky Jungle or El Currante – Jungle Fever, it’s the same track except that fewer people care about these two latter bands.